LITTLE SILVER: NEW STOP ALERTS

little silver spring st stop signAlthough redbankgreen‘s digital camera didn’t capture the full message on the electronic sign, there should be no missing the new stop signs that replaced yield signs on northbound Spring Street at Branch Avenue in Little Silver in recent days.

The change, at a busy location on the Red Bank border, was among three made to the borough traffic ordinance by the Little Silver council last week.

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RED BANK: OFFICES WITH CAR LIFTS OK’D

red bank 94 98 East FrontA schematic of the proposed structure with the underground vehicle storage racks visible. (Drawing by Bob Van Remoortel. Click to enlarge.)

By JOHN T. WARD

hot topic red bank njA proposed office building that would transform a prominent corner of Red Bank’s Washington Street Historic District won planning board approval Monday night.

The project comes with a first for the town: a valet-operated parking system that can store up to 92 cars in underground racks.

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RED BANK: BUILDING DESIGN TO BE REVISED

rb river properties brian taylorArchitect Brian Tracy shows the Historic Preservation Commission a revised proposal for a medical office building Wednesday night. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

By JOHN T. WARD

hot topic red bank njA modernist office building topped by what looked like an overturned laundry basket won’t be built in Red Bank’s Washington Street Historic District as proposed, an architect said Wednesday night.

But neither, it appears, will his replacement design, which Historic Preservation Commission members still found unacceptable.

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RED BANK: PEDESTRIAN OK AFTER HIT & RUN

AUTHORITIES_RB-2016-v2By JOHN T. WARD

A Red Bank pedestrian was taken to the hospital with non-serious injuries after a hit-and-run accident Monday night, said police Chief Darren McConnell.

And a short while later, a motorist walked away from a rollover accident, apparently without injury, he said.

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STORM RIPS THROUGH REGION

sping-st-stormEmergency personnel on the scene on Spring Street in Red Bank, where a downed limb damaged a house and left a live power line lying on the ground.

A wind-whipping thunderstorm tore through the Green Friday evening, resulting in downed wires and sporadic power outages, according to police reports.

At 7p, police and other responders were awaiting the arrival of a utility company representative to cut power to a downed line on Spring Street in Red Bank.

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