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New Jersey, This Night Tubing Spot Rocks With Music And LED Light Show

Let’s go on a winter day trip, or a long weekend for that matter! This destination is a snow tuber’s paradise! Is anyone else looking for a can of PAM right now? There is no need to lube your tube, this slope is so fast that you will literally fly! Get ready to rock because this tubbing adventure is a light show and concert combined!Yep, this nighttime tubing adventure is epic. When we get a nor’easter I’ll be planning to hit this place up right away! I promise you this will be the most fun you have all winter ...

Let’s go on a winter day trip, or a long weekend for that matter! This destination is a snow tuber’s paradise! Is anyone else looking for a can of PAM right now? There is no need to lube your tube, this slope is so fast that you will literally fly! Get ready to rock because this tubbing adventure is a light show and concert combined!

Yep, this nighttime tubing adventure is epic. When we get a nor’easter I’ll be planning to hit this place up right away! I promise you this will be the most fun you have all winter so write down the address and make sure your snow pants still fit.

You and your crew need to throw yourselves down one of the biggest snow tubing tracks in New York, and why not do it under LED lights to get the vibe right? Just look at how cool this is!

They do it right, the mountain is lit up with thousands of bright and multi-colored LED lights that pulse to the beat of the music under the stars. This is literally a party that you will never forget. How big is it you ask? Well, the New York snow belt doesn’t play. They have 14 lanes so no one is waiting on line for any extended period of time.

The whole family can go too, my little ones like to link tubes and they allow it, in fact, you can link up to four tubes if you want to. If your kiddos are like mine they love the ride but that walk up the hill would end the party. Not here, there is a magic carpet that takes you up the hill which they like almost as much as the tubing!

Yep, this weekend it’s all about the Lunar Lights After Dusk. Where is it? It is happening at Peek’n Peak Resort and it is crazy popular. Learn more about it from their website here. Looks like your family is taking a trip to Clymer, New York. I bet you didn’t think you’d hear those words when you woke up this morning! You can also see more about what cool stuff they offer here. Road trip!

You Will Only Get These Things If You're From Jersey...

It may be the biggest debate in New Jersey. Personally, growing up in North Jersey, I along with former Gov. Chris Christie know it as Taylor Ham. Either way, it's part of one of the best breakfast sandwiches anywhere, along with egg and cheese. In fact, it's so good that I can't believe it doesn't show up in more places. like pizza. Want a real treat? try mixing it in a cheesesteak. It's enough to make Philadelphia jealous, as if they're not already.

We get that you’re either a Wawa person or a QuickChek person. And if you’re a QuickChek person you’re probably from North Jersey and if you’re a Wawa person you’re probably from anywhere else.

We get that there’s a North Jersey and we get that there’s a South Jersey. Each has its own accent, teams, and lingo. We will however fight to the death over whether there’s a Central Jersey.

If we decide there is a Central Jersey the fighting isn’t over yet, because where exactly is it then?

Only people from Jersey know why we have an Alabama 3 song called "Woke Up This Morning" go through our heads every time we snatch a Turnpike ticket out of that machine.

Only people from Jersey know what Zumanjaro is and it’s not an African nation nor is it a movie starring Jack Black and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. Maybe you’ve ridden it.

You may think you know what pizza is, or what Italian food is, or what good deli is, but only people from Jersey actually know.

Only in New Jersey do you make a right and two lefts to make a left. I was once performing comedy at a casino in Delaware and was amazed that all I had to do to make a left to turn into the venue was simply make a left. But here in New Jersey, the jughandle is a way of llife.

Only people from Jersey know what driving really is. The rest of you think you know how to drive. No. You know how to get a car from point A to point B. But surviving Jersey roads? You don’t know how to drive.

People from Jersey know that no one from Jersey ever says “Joisey” and if we hear you say it feel lucky if we don’t punch you in the face.

People from Jersey know we don’t go to the beach. We go to the shore. And we don’t go to the shore. We go down the shore.

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Chuck Wepner, The Inspiration For ‘Rocky’ Film Series, Gets His Own Statue In NJ Hometown

Chuck Wepner, the ham and egger professional boxer who nearly beat heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali and thus inspired the Sylvester Stallone series of Rocky movies, was honored today with his own statute in his ...

Chuck Wepner, the ham and egger professional boxer who nearly beat heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali and thus inspired the Sylvester Stallone series of Rocky movies, was honored today with his own statute in his Bayonne, NJ hometown.

Wepner was a game but limited fighter in his career. Known as the “Bayonne Bleeder” for his penchant of absorbing numerous blows, Wepner was supposed to be a convenient stepping stone when he met Muhammad Ali on March 24, 1975.

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The match was Ali’s first boxing match since he reclaimed the heavyweight championship from George Foreman in the famed “Rumble in the Jungle” match in Kinshasa, Zaire in Africa.

Held at the Richfield Coliseum in Ohio, the fight with Wepner was billed “Give The White Guy a Break.” No one gave Wepner much of a chance.

But Wepner more than held his own, knocking Ali down in the ring and hammering away at the champ. The match entered the 15th and final round with the outcome still in doubt, but Ali managed to knock out Wepner and retain the title.

Stallone was among those who watched in astonishment, and used it to fuel his “Rocky” series. To this day, a statue of Rocky is a big tourist attraction in Philadelphia, so it’s fitting that the inspiration for the film character have his own.

Wepner is now 83, and was joined by boxing greats Larry Homes, Gerry Cooney, and Iran Barkley, along with actor Liev Schreiber, who played Wepner in the movie Chuck.

Wepner spoke about how much the statue means to him.

“The reason I’m here is because of all of you guys. I’ll never repay Bayonne,” Wepner said. “I’m going to ask the mayor; when I go, I’m being cremated – stick me down next to my statue.”

The fighter Who was the inspiration for Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky series was honored with a statue in his hometown of beautiful Bayonne New Jersey. Congratulations Chuck Wepner – the Bayonne bleeder. What a moniker!

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Roxbury Wants Answers About County Concrete Plan

ROXBURY, NJ – Taken by surprise by County Concrete Corp.’s plan to fill in part of a local lake and reroute the Black River, the township recently peppered the state with 22 questions and comments about the project.The concrete company has asked the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for permission to fill in a section of Rutgers Pond, also ...

ROXBURY, NJ – Taken by surprise by County Concrete Corp.’s plan to fill in part of a local lake and reroute the Black River, the township recently peppered the state with 22 questions and comments about the project.

The concrete company has asked the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for permission to fill in a section of Rutgers Pond, also known as Sunset Lake. The body of water, created by many years of quarrying, lies on the Roxbury/Mine Hill border adjacent to County Concrete's Kenvil facility.

In its nearly

, County Concrete proposes to spend seven years to 10 years filling in about 16 acres of the 56-acre pond. It wants to use, as fill, “sifted native soils” currently being stored at its Kenvil plant.

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'Additional Land Mass?'

In a letter to the DEP, Roxbury Township Manager John Shepherd said town officials have many “questions and concerns with respect to the application” and he asked the state to take Roxbury’s input into consideration prior to the issuance of any permit.

The first question asked in Shepherd’s letter relates to potential uses for the “new land” that would be created.

“The fill activity will enlarge three existing residential developed and zoned properties,” he wrote. “Will the additional land mass provide an opportunity for further development of the properties and/or residential subdivision? Can the new land be taxed (currently farmland assessed) or does any DEP regulation prohibit additional taxation?”

Shepherd’s letter notes County Concrete currently has three quarry/mining/extraction operations taking place in Roxbury. It said the company should be required to complete those operations before winning approval for the new project “so the disruption to adjacent residents can cease” to occur.

“The Township is concerned that fill for these projects will be diverted for the Black River Restoration and the impacts to the Roxbury residents will continue for a longer period,” wrote Shepherd. “The Township is opposed to any material being used for fill which has been generated at some location other than the County Concrete quarrying operations in Roxbury and Mine Hill townships.”

The township also wants to know the source of topsoil that would be used once the fill material is in place. “While the fill material may come from sites in Roxbury or Mine Hill townships, where is the source of topsoil coming from? Organic matter will be needed for plant and seed installation. In addition, clay material is specified to stabilize the channel bed and banks,” says the letter.

Thousands of Trucks

Shepherd says town officials are concerned about truck traffic on local roads. He notes that County Concrete proposes to use nearly 600,000 cubic yards of fill material for the project. “That amount equals approximately 30,000 to 35,000 truckloads or 60,000 to 70,000 truck trips,” says the letter, adding that the use by those trucks of Green Lane would be a big problem.

“Green Lane is a narrow, residential road which is in poor condition and would be heavily damaged by this significant truck traffic,” Shepherd wrote. “As such, Roxbury Township is opposed to the utilization of Green Lane or any other township street which has residential property uses for accessing the site via truck. The Township is concerned with the wear and tear on any road within the township over the course of a 7- to 10-year time frame.”

The letter says Roxbury also “objects to any work at the site, including delivery of material, between the hours of 6 p.m. and 8 a.m. It asks for details about the “landscape restoration” being proposed, as well as a plan for future site maintenance.

“How are downstream properties protected from flooding and erosion as the stream embankments become established?” Shepherd asks. “Continuous monitoring and maintenance are necessary over the anticipated 7- to 10-year construction period to establish the embankment. The construction duration is concerning since there will be significant time periods where there will not be any construction activity, especially between May 1 and July 31, to protect spawning fish in the pond. Any control measures which have been compromised will have negative sediment deposition downstream of the project area.”

Water Table Worries

The final point raised in Shepherd’s letter relates to the project’s potential impact on private wells in the area. It points out that County Concrete proposes pumping up to 750 gallons of water per minute of water.

“Will pumping lower the water elevation for an extended period?” asks Shepherd. “If so, will there be a negative impact to the existing private wells in the area? Roxbury Township private well owners have, recently, experienced negative impacts from water pumping activities related to County Concrete mining/pumping operations.”

In an email, Shepherd said there has been no direct communication between County Concrete and the township about the project. Town officials have expressed their unhappiness.

"They want to reroute the Black River and that certainly goes through my ward," said Roxbury Deputy Mayor Jaki Albrecht, a Kenvil resident, at the Roxbury Township Council's Aug. 9 meeting. "I'm not pleased with that at all."

At that meeting, both Roxbury Mayor Jim Rilee and Shepherd said the town was taken by surprise by the proposal. "I have spoken with Russ (Stern), our planning director, who is looking at the project as possibly land development, soil moving and something that would go in front of our planning board," Shepherd told the council.

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Concrete Firm Proposes Pond Fill-in, River Reroute in Roxbury

ROXBURY, NJ – Rutgers Pond, also known as Sunset Lake, was formed by decades of quarrying.Now, Roxbury-based County Concrete Corp. wants to return to that hole on the Roxbury/Mine Hill border some material long ago removed.The company has applied to the state for permission to fill in a section of the pond and to reroute a piece of the Black River through the reclaimed area. In an application describing the plan, County Concrete says the river would be returned to its “natural channel” instead of going through...

ROXBURY, NJ – Rutgers Pond, also known as Sunset Lake, was formed by decades of quarrying.

Now, Roxbury-based County Concrete Corp. wants to return to that hole on the Roxbury/Mine Hill border some material long ago removed.

The company has applied to the state for permission to fill in a section of the pond and to reroute a piece of the Black River through the reclaimed area. In an application describing the plan, County Concrete says the river would be returned to its “natural channel” instead of going through the man-made pond as it does now.

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The project is outlined in a 597-page application filed with the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) which refers to the plan as the “Black River Restoration.” County Concrete is seeking from the DEP a flood hazard individual permit and an open water fill individual permit.

“The Black River … currently routes through man-made Rutgers Pond in Roxbury and Mine Hill Townships,” says the application. “The proposed project will reestablish the natural channel of the river, disconnecting it from Rutgers Pond. This will be accomplished by mainly using fine-grained materials that were separated from aggregates removed from the pond to build up land surface along the southwest edge of the pond.”

The pond is the body of water that includes Mine Hill Beach on the eastern shore across the water from County Concrete’s plant in Kenvil.

A River Runs Through It

County Concrete proposes to build a “naturalized stream channel” through the filled-in area that would “directly connect the Black River to itself” below the pond. That new channel would be shored-up with gravel and vegetation, according to the letter. “Landscaping and shade trees will be implemented along both sides of the new stream channel,” it notes.

The company proposes filling-in about 16 acres of the 56-acre pond, with about nine acres of the filled area rising above the water. If approved, the project would take seven to 10 years to finish, according to the paperwork.

“To date, there have been no attempts to restore or stabilize the Black River channel through the project site,” says the application. “The causes of ecological degradation that led to the Black River connecting to Rutgers Pond were mechanical quarrying operations. Quarrying operations are no longer active in the project area, and this mechanical removal of restored stream channel and banks is not a concern.”

The document asserts that replacing the material into the pond “is the only way to restore the Black River Channel to a typical cross-section,” adding that the river’s channel “has been drastically reconfigured due to the historical quarrying operations.“

The project is the only viable alternative, asserts the application, suggesting County Concrete is running out of room at its Kenvil site to store unwanted material it can't sell. If not allowed to proceed “County Concrete would have to either “haul and properly dispose of the sifted native soils at an offsite location,” continue to store it on site or buy new land to conduct its operations, it says.

“The materials have no market or resale value,” says the document. “Relocating this material would require significant truck transportation of the material, resulting in increased truck traffic and air pollution. Disposing of this fill at regulated facilities would also incur significant costs.”

County Concrete President John Crimi did not return a message.

The application seemed to come as a surprise to Mine Hill Mayor Sam Morris and to Roxbury Township Manager John Shepherd. Both said they had no idea it was coming.

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Elves Will Soon Be Hopping Back On Their Shelves In Style Here In South Jersey

It's almost time, parents!The Elf On A Shelf is preparing to leave the North Pole and keep an eye on your kid for Santa! Did your child's elf return from the North Pole yet? If not by now, then he or she is coming back soon.I have to warn you... they may be coming back in a big way this year ;)Seriously, I know parents can go a little over-the-top with the holiday season for their kids, but this is outrageous to me. Cool, I guess. It just seems superfluous to spend money on something like this with all the bills that usu...

It's almost time, parents!

The Elf On A Shelf is preparing to leave the North Pole and keep an eye on your kid for Santa! Did your child's elf return from the North Pole yet? If not by now, then he or she is coming back soon.

I have to warn you... they may be coming back in a big way this year ;)

Seriously, I know parents can go a little over-the-top with the holiday season for their kids, but this is outrageous to me. Cool, I guess. It just seems superfluous to spend money on something like this with all the bills that usually come with the holiday season that you can't escape. Christmas presents aren't cheap, after all. That's especially true for this year.

Apparently, some people are planning for some of the most elaborate "Elf On a Shelf" returns I've ever seen.

Let's back up for one second...

If you're unfamiliar with "The Elf On A Shelf," it's a tradition that's taken on a life of its own over the last few years that started with a book of the same name about elves that stay at children's homes and spy on them for Santa. Now, every book comes with an elf, so every child that receives the book gets one. You guessed it - the elf "returns" every year from the North Pole to be Santa's eyes and ears.

Now, the elves can get a little naughty when nobody's watching them. Sometimes, they get into the flour jar and make a mess. Sometimes, they cause a raucous with toilet paper. Parents can get pretty creative. The whole point is that the elves get into mischief while everyone's asleep. Then, the kids wake up and see what debauchery the elves were involved in that night.

The things people do to keep this illusion alive for their kids is pretty awesome. So many creative ideas have been shared on social media. They're pretty hilarious, too. This one idea, though, for the elves' return, is on a whole new level of "elaborate".

The "Elf On A Shelf" reunions are getting to be as elaborate and gender reveals. I have to admit, this is pretty cool, though. It's definitely something the kids will never forget. I guess, if it's for the sake of making nostalgic memories, I totally understand why parents would do this.

What do you think? Is this too much? You tell us! If you are interested in having your kids' elves make a big grand entrance this holiday season, get all of the balloon information HERE.

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