Dunkin’ Donuts is back in business, at right, but the adjoining Sea Bright Service Station won’t be coming back to town, its owner says. (Photo by Wil Fulton. Click to enlarge)
By WIL FULTON
Amid optimistic declarations that storm-battered Sea Bright will rise from the wreckage of Hurricane Sandy, one of its more visible businesses has quietly thrown in the towel or the grease rag, in this case.
Sea Bright Service Station owner Rick Hennessey, who’s been operating in recent weeks out of temporary quarters in Atlantic Highlands, has decided not to return to town, he tells redbankgreen.
“The owner of the building doesnt really want any gas sales there anymore, which is the first problem, Hennessey said. “We also have the issues of rebuilding after the storm and this looming bridge construction.” Read More