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Bayshore Young Dems and Brookdale Dems Teamup for Fundraiser

                      Monmouth County Bayshore Young Democrat and                     
The Brookdale Democratic Club Fundraiser

Thursday night Oct. 30 2008. 
 Dublin House In Red Bank. 
From 7-9 PM. 
$25 per person.
Includes hors dourves and the great company of each other. 
Cash bar. 
Topics of conversation are youth issues.

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>Bayshore Young Dems and Brookdale Dems Teamup for Fundraiser

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                      Monmouth County Bayshore Young Democrat and                     
The Brookdale Democratic Club Fundraiser

Thursday night Oct. 30 2008. 
 Dublin House In Red Bank. 
From 7-9 PM. 
$25 per person.
Includes hors dourves and the great company of each other. 
Cash bar. 
Topics of conversation are youth issues.

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The Curely Shuffle

I have to wonder what is really behind former Red Bank Councilman and current GOP candidate for Monmouth County Freeholder, John Curley’s move to Middletown. It just doesn’t seem right, why all of the sudden did he resign from the Red Bank Town Council and state that the reason for his resignation was that he was moving to Middletown?

From all that I have read and heard about him, he seems to be a man with a great amount of integrity, so to me this just doesn’t add up.

I wonder if he made some kind of deal with the Middletown GOP to be a candidate for the Middletown Township Committee, if his current bid for Freeholder is unsuccessful this November.
After loosing the last two elections in Middletown the local Republican Party is desperate for a decisive victory to maintain control in town, I wouldn’t put it past them.

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The Curely Shuffle

I have to wonder what is really behind former Red Bank Councilman and current GOP candidate for Monmouth County Freeholder, John Curley’s move to Middletown. It just doesn’t seem right, why all of the sudden did he resign from the Red Bank Town Council and state that the reason for his resignation was that he was moving to Middletown?

From all that I have read and heard about him, he seems to be a man with a great amount of integrity, so to me this just doesn’t add up.

I wonder if he made some kind of deal with the Middletown GOP to be a candidate for the Middletown Township Committee, if his current bid for Freeholder is unsuccessful this November.
After loosing the last two elections in Middletown the local Republican Party is desperate for a decisive victory to maintain control in town, I wouldn’t put it past them.

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W. Front St. Bridge Town Hall Meeting

I attended the W. Front St. town meeting last night at Middletown’s River Plaza  School.

About 30 peolpe showed up to voice their concerns over the project. Some of those to attend included  Middletown’s Mayor Scharfenberger, Deputy Mayor Brightbill and Committeeman Patrick Short, with Short the only one to voice concern over the project.
Also in attendance was Republican Candidate for Freeholder John Curley, which left a few people in the room wondering why neither one of the Democratic candidates, Amy Mallet or Glenn Mason, could show up lend their support to the concerned residents.
The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday night in Red Bank at the Senior Citizens Center on Shrewsbury Ave @ 7:00 – 8:30 pm.
In today’s APP there is a very good article written about the proceedings that describes events rather accurately and if you are interested or concerned about the project I recommend you take a look at it.  
Click here to read the APP story

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W. Front St. Bridge Town Hall Meeting

I attended the W. Front St. town meeting last night at Middletown’s River Plaza  School.

About 30 peolpe showed up to voice their concerns over the project. Some of those to attend included  Middletown’s Mayor Scharfenberger, Deputy Mayor Brightbill and Committeeman Patrick Short, with Short the only one to voice concern over the project.
Also in attendance was Republican Candidate for Freeholder John Curley, which left a few people in the room wondering why neither one of the Democratic candidates, Amy Mallet or Glenn Mason, could show up lend their support to the concerned residents.
The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday night in Red Bank at the Senior Citizens Center on Shrewsbury Ave @ 7:00 – 8:30 pm.
In today’s APP there is a very good article written about the proceedings that describes events rather accurately and if you are interested or concerned about the project I recommend you take a look at it.  
Click here to read the APP story

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