Remember these? If you'd like to register your vehicle as belonging to a "local," a free bumper sticker is avaliable. Email: sia1912@comcast.net for details.  Good for security- identifies your vehicle as one that belongs in town, especially during the off season. (@2" high X 3.5" wide)

Would you like to share your story?

   It's easy! Email: sia1912@comcast.net for details.

   As we continue to build our Strathmere Stories Archive, we invite you to sit back and watch Strathmere's Tom Leonard share his life's adventures on the seas, always returning to Strathmere. (Volunteers needed to help splice videos via our youtube channel.)

   Have you seen Ken Weaver's video of his presentation on early Strathmere history yet? Fire up the popcorn! Thanks, Ken, for generously sharing your work.

Enjoy Some Winter and Early Spring Pix

Snapped by Some of our Favorite Beachcombers.

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Crucial Planning Board Meeting, March 21, 7:30 pm, Township Hall 

   Please attend the meeting, devoted to "the Master Plan reexamination of revisions of the ordinance regarding the 'RR' Resort Residential and the 'RC' Resort Commercial Zoning Districts in Strathmere." Last updated in 2006, the Master Plan revisions have been worked on by a committee representing Strathmere and Whale Beach  homeowners, and with the Twp Engineer, Planning Board, and a Planning Consultant. Click on the red box below to read a summary of the changes and then the blue box to see the proposed new ordinances and an interpretation of the changes. 

   The public hearing is your opportunity to learn more and to ask questions and to offer opinions.‚Äč   
 

Many thanks to all who contributed pix throughout the year, especially Ted Kingston and Greg Bennett. To share pix, please email: Sia1912@comcast.net

Morning Treat from Greg.

Ted's shot of Whale Beach from the air.

Karen Mitchell shared these showing the Township clearing pathways and trucking sand northward.

Daylight Savings Time sky changes: Greg Bennett's sunrise and Ted Kingston's morning rainbow.


   Have you paid your SIA dues yet? If not, please send a check to the SIA, PO Box 4, Strathmere, NJ 08248. $10.00 per person. Your dues help underwrite the July 4th Parade prizes, the annual Christmas Party, newsletter and website fees,  and several programs held over the summer season-more announcements soon! Thanks so much for taking part in a community organization dedicated to preserving life as we know it in Strathmere and to keeping you informed of goings on around town.

Click on menu bar  above to view Stockton 2017 Coastal Report.

John Zee snapped this old jetty in Whale Beach on Taylor Ave during a blowout tide. 


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PO Box 4, Strathmere, NJ 08248         sia1912@comcast.net

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