Good Morning, Wall.
Seems it’s been a long time since we’ve spoken. It’s been busy around here.
This morning you’ll not find the oppressive winter you’ve come to love, but instead downright balmy temps around 42 degrees before the day is done. There may be some rain in the afternoon. But did I tell you the temperature is going to be around 42?
Around here, we’re looking ahead to another very busy news week. The Planning Board meets tonight. The agenda has not been posted to the town’s website yet, but we’ll give you as much notice as we can when it is posted.
On Tuesday, the Board of Education meets for the first time since they voted to authorize a formal study to chart what Wall would look like without West Belmar School. The Save Wall Schools group, which opposes the possible closure, has been awfully busy spreading the word about the issue and plans to send a good number of people to the meeting.
On Wednesday, the Township Committee meets, with an expected appearance by a high-ranking member of the New Jersey Audubon Society to speak about the committee’s consideration of an ordinance regulating the feeding of wildlife.
We also have plans for a local woman, an alum of Wall High School, who has gone on to big things in California since graduation. And we’ll bring you a local man who’s competing in sports well into his 70s.
Of course, we’ll be on top of anything that breaks, as we hope you’ve come to expect.
As always, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (732) 556-8562.
Have a good day,