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Voters reject plan to borrow money to rebuild Belmar pavilions

Belmar voters knocked down a plan to borrow

Belmar voters knocked down a plan to borrow $7 million in funding for the rebuilding of two beach pavilions destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. (August 20, 2014 8:13 PM)

Belmar voters knocked down a plan to borrow $7 million in funding for the rebuilding of two beach pavilions destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.

The plan was voted down 1,041 to 756. Opponents argued the price was too high to be passed on to taxpayers and said the work could be completed for less by using FEMA and insurance funding.

"It was just too much money," says Phil Janosko. "$7 million?...

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