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Squan Beach Life-Saving Station In Manasquan, Impacted By Sandy, To Reopen

Superstorm Sandy caused about $160,000 in damage to the historic life-saving station in Manasquan, officials said.

Written by Mike DeMarco

The Squan Beach Life-Saving Station could soon reopen

Councilman Gregg Olivera hopes that the Life-Saving Station will reopen as soon as possible.

"The Squan Beach Life-Saving Station is basically used for educational purposes for students and could also be called a mini museum for others," said Olivera. 

Olivera is meeting with the president of the SBLSPC this week to talk about a possible contract renewal for the Squan Beach Life-Saving Station.

"The Life-Saving Station is a historical building and we would like to continue providing the sevices that are provided at the station," Olivera said.

Superstorm Sandy caused about $160,000 in damage to the historic life saving station in Manasquan, officials said.

Olivera said that there was flooding in the basement after Superstorm Sandy hit and, since then, there have been a lot of repairs in the building.

"There were about 40 things that needed to be repaired in that building including cleaning up and painting," said Olivera.

Other council members at the meeting on Monday night did not comment on this specific subject.
Taximan Steve Lindsey July 10, 2014 at 08:38 AM
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