Rumson-Fair Haven senior James Rue before the start of Tuesday night’s school board meeting. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)
By JOHN T. WARD
A Rumson-Fair Haven Regional senior wants the school to drop a ban on student use of cellphones in school hallways between classes.
James Rue, 17, of Fair Haven, presented the school’s board of education with a petition Tuesday night calling for changes to the policy, which administrators said is being enforced anew after some unintended laxity.
Students, however, contend the crackdown was triggered by an incident last year in which a male student took “upskirt” videos of female students in stairwells without their knowledge.
The town’s first cell tower would now be sited east of borough hall, against the sea wall under a plan approved Tuesday. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)
By JOHN T. WARD
A years-overdue cellphone tower contemplated for the Sea Bright municipal parking lot will now probably go elsewhere.
The borough council, acting under the threat of unilateral action on the siting issue from Verizon, authorized telecom consultant Declan O’Scanlon to work with the phone giant to get the tower approved and built on the ocean side of borough hall Tuesday night.
A customer checks out the merchandize at Call Me Leon’s event at the Lambs and Wolves Salon last month. Below, Lori Lane. (Photo by Rebecca Desfosse. Click to enlarge)
By REBECCA DESFOSSE
If you dont feel like braving the stores this holiday season, Lori Lane of CallMeLeon will bring the store to you.
Lanes mobile boutique offers clients an opportunity to host parties at their home or business and invite their friends over for any occasion whether its a holiday party, a girls night out, or a birthday party. She brings the merchandise to your doorstep, sets it up and cleans up afterward.
Lane also always has showroom set up at her home in Shrewsbury for those who wish to stop by and browse.
On Black Friday, Lane set up her merchandise at Glen Goldbaums Lambs and Wolves Salon on Bridge Avenue in Red Bank for an event complete with sandwiches, snacks, and bottled water for her guests. Salon manager Heather Lubischer said that when Lane contacted them to host a party for her business, she didnt hesitate to accept. Lori has been our client for years and has become like family, she said.
The owner/chef/driver of the popular Cinnamon Snail vegetarian and organic food truck came away from Wednesday night’s borough council meeting with a pledge that the governing body would look into creating a dedicated spot near the train station that mobile food vendors could compete for.
But the location under discussion isn’t one that Sobel, the presumptive lead candidate for the license, is sold on.