shbeachbum

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  2. how much do you dilute the bleach? Will it kill ornamental plants?
  3. I have stones around the front & back of my house & weeds all through out them. I tried the big box store weed killers, white vinegar and nothing works permanently. Anyone know of a good weed killer that one application would take care of the problem? Thanks
  4. The real question is why don't manufacturers put the cooper wire on the heater element during manufacturing. I would pay the extra $1 or 2.
  5. My problem was caused by a frozen drain line to the drip pan under the fridge. Part store sells a small metal piece you attach to the defrost heating element and put in the drain line. Problem solved for under $20. Google repair clinic for a video & actual part needed
  6. Reply By Carly Baldwin, Patch Staff Mar 2, 2020 4:38 pm E The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to do the work on the expanded projects in the fall of 2020 through spring 2021. (Abraham Allen/Patch) SEA BRIGHT, NJ — Sea Bright and Monmouth Beach, as well as Long Branch, are three towns that will receive additional beach replenishment from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the area's local Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06) announced Monday. Pallone announced Monday that additional federal dollars will allow for expanded work in these Monmouth County towns. The Army Corps plans to do the work on the expanded projects in the fall of 2020 through spring 2021. In Long Branch, sand will be placed in the northern part of Long Branch from south Broadway to Joline Avenue. The additional replenishment projects in Sea Bright will begin at the southernmost border of Sea Bright near Sunrise Way and continue north to Island View Way. Another replenishment project will begin at Trade Winds Lane north to Sea Bright Borough Hall. In Monmouth Beach, the additional beach replenishment project begins in the area around Cottage Road and continues to Monmouth Beach's northern border. "I'm pleased to announce these additional replenishment projects that will be critical to our beaches and communities in Coastal Monmouth," Congressman Pallone said. "Restoration projects like beach replenishment ensure our beautiful beaches will remain safe and enjoyable for residents and tourists for years to come. I would like to thank Colonel Asbery and the Army Corps of Engineers staff for their dedication to this important work." Subscribe The Congressman noted that the Army Corps should complete the original beach replenishment projects awarded last year in the Monmouth County Shore towns before summer 2020 begins. "The original project for Monmouth Beach from the Monmouth Beach Bathing Pavilion near Valentine Street north to Cottage Road was completed in January. The original Sea Bright project from Island View Way north to Tradewinds Lane was completed in February," he said. "The project in Long Branch originally awarded last year is expected to start and be completed between April and June 2020. This includes the area in West End from Howland Avenue south to Sycamore Avenue in Elberon." Following Superstorm Sandy, Congressman Pallone requested that FEMA allocate emergency funding to address immediate needs of impacted homeowners and businesses, as well as repair breached dunes and damaged beaches to protect New Jersey's coastal areas from future flooding. As a result, the beaches from Sea Bright south to Manasquan were filled, which was the largest beach replenishment project ever undertaken in the history of the U.S. by the Army Corps.
  7. Happy Birthday John !
  8. Bob best wishes for your wife & you . Being a caregiver is a tough job. I know. Mike
  9. After you take out of the MW, cut a row or 3 on the skinny end and squeeze out the corn. No mess or silks.
  10. Yes the rubber gasket inside apparently gets damaged.
  11. Best of luck to you Tim.
  12. Back to you & your family !
  13. Jimmy- best wishes for a speedy recovery.
  14. Dan , can you post pictures, sizes & prices of the weighted grub hooks.
  15. I wish I had another choice besides Comcast. Only other option is Direct TV with old Verizon technology for internet & telephone.