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AVALON GOVERNMENT REORGANIZES, NEW COUNCIL PRESIDENT SELECTED

The Avalon Borough Council held its reorganization meeting on Tuesday and unanimously  selected longtime Councilman Charles Covington to serve as Council President for a one year term.  Council also  selected Councilman Richard Dean to serve as Council Vice President. Covington was first elected to the Avalon Borough Council in 1991 …

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AVALON BOROUGH COUNCIL TO REORGANIZE ON TUESDAY

The Avalon Borough Council will reorganize on Tuesday.  Council will hold a brief meeting in the afternoon to name Chuck Covington as the new Council President in the community.  The Borough will also appoint a new Business Administrator to replace Andy Bednarek who retired after a 30-year career.  A new …

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AVALON POLICE RESPOND TO ACCIDENTAL FALL INCIDENT

Avalon Police and medics responded to an accidental fall involving an 18-month old boy.  It happened late Thursday afternoon at a home located on Sunrise Drive.  According to a police statement, the victim was on a second floor landing when he pushed against a screen and fell outside to a …

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AVALON BRINGS ON THREE NEW OFFICERS

The Borough of Avalon filled vacancies in its police department during the Borough Council meeting  held on Wednesday, June 25th.  The three new officers were recommended to Council by Police Chief William  McCormick and were sworn in during the meeting by Avalon Mayor Martin Pagliughi. The new patrolmen are:  Anthony …

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AVALON HOLDS TOWN MEETING ON DREDGING PROJECT

About 150 people attended a public meeting in Avalon on Saturday morning to learn more information about an upcoming dredging project.  Avalon is partnering with the State of New Jersey and Middle Township to conduct a major dredging project along back bay channels that will take two years to complete. …

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ACCIDENT CA– USED MAJOR POWER OUTAGE IN AVALON

Power was knocked out to many residents in Avalon after four utility poles were destroyed in an accident. Police there say a tractor trailer accident caused the destruction of four utility poles at 15th Street and Ocean Drive. All of the poles were destroyed along with the power transformers. The …

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AVALON BEACH PATROL, OTHERS, TO GET AWARD ON THURSDAY

The American Red Cross will be honoring eight groups and individuals for their tireless work and commitment to community.  The Red Cross will hold a recognition breakfast at Ceasars Casino on Thursday morning.  Among those being honored:  The Avalon Beach Patrol.  The event is called “The Breakfast of Champions”.

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