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Mon. Jan. 7, 2012:  Super busy today. Below is stuff hot off the wires.  ((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((()))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))) Southern Regional High School Fishing Flea Market The Hi…

Mon. Jan. 7, 2012: 
Super busy today. Below is stuff hot off the wires. 
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Southern Regional High School Fishing Flea Market

The High School Fishing club is sponsoring one of the largest fishing flea markets in Southern Ocean County on February 16th.   There will be over 90 tables of new and used fishing gear and services. All proceeds benefit the Southern Regional High School Fishing Club.  The show will run from 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM in the Southern Regional Middle School cafeteria.  Admission is $4.00.  Children under 12 are free with an adult.  Door prizes will be awarded all day.

            For additional show or vendor information contact Bob MacMaster, 609 597-9481 X2256,rmacmaster@srsd.net .

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This auction in Wrest Creek should be a good one. 

Legacies Old & New, Inc. 
Division of M&M Antique Enterprises, Inc.
609.294.3122
Member of AuctionZip.com  Auctioneer no. 5103

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Eagleswood Fire Hall, West Creek, NJ 08092

 

  • April 27, 2013 Multi-Estate Auction
    Eagleswood Fire Hall, West Creek, NJ 08092

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“Super Storm” Sandy Economic Injury Loss Questionnaire / WorksheetMarine Fisheries Resource Center - News
Overview

The last two months have been a trying and emotional time for the residents of New York and New Jersey.  The impacts to our family and friends have been tremendous and the costs to the region's infrastructure are being measured in the billions of dollars.  Those of us who live and make our livelihood around the ocean and its resources, recognize the devastation of the recreational fishing industry.  Docks, boats, businesses and entire communities have been lost in several locations.  As we struggle to assess the impacts on our livelihoods and the areas we call home, a collection of industry groups have asked NY Sea Grant to facilitate data collection to document the damages in recreational fishing communities.

On November 16th, the Department of Commerce officially determined under section 308(d) of the Interjurisdictional Fisheries Act (IFA) and section 315 of the Magnuson Stevens Fisheries Conservation Act (Magnuson Stevens Act):A catastrophic regional fishery disaster has occurred due to a natural disaster for New York and New Jersey. By law, this fishery disaster declaration includes fishermen, charter fishing operators, United States fish processors, and owners of related fishery infrastructure affected by the disaster.  In addition to authorizing Small Business Administration loans (SBA), the determination provides a basis for Congress to appropriate disaster relief funding to provide assistance to affected communities. As recreational fishing industry professionals, it is important to participate in fishery disaster relief activities being coordinated by the federal government.

This is unprecedented territory for our industry and our area of the country.  In the hopes that Congress will in fact appropriate funding, we need to begin the data collection process now.  At the request of the New York Fishing Tackle Trade Association, United Boatmen of NY, New York Sportfishing Federation, Regal Marine Products, and the Recreational Fishing Alliance, New York Sea Grant is helping to collect information to document losses and physical damages to your business as a part of the recreational fishing industry.  We have developed a questionnaire and worksheet for this purpose, and ask you to take a few minutes to describe the changes in your business that occurred since Saturday October 27, 2012.  YOUR RESPONSE IS CONFIDENTIAL AND WILL BE USED FOR INFORMATIONAL AND PLANNING PURPOSES, ONLY.  

Thank you for making the effort to assist us during this difficult time.  Data are being collected from tackle shops, party/charter boats, and marinas.  Data compiled under this exercise will supplement other ongoing assessment activities, and create the foundation to prepare a spending plan that is required in an appropriation request to rebuild the fishing industry.  Your input is important in this fishery disaster process, and we encourage you to share this link with other owners.  Please help to spread the word to as many recreational fishing businesses as possible.

If you have any questions regarding the process or general questions about the questionnaire, please contact Antoinette Clemetson of Sea Grant (aoc5@cornell.edu), Melissa Dearborn (melissa@regalbait.com), John Mantione (nyftta@earthlink.net), Kathy Heinlein (kheinlein529@aol.com),  or Jim Hutchinson (jhutchinson@joinrfa.org).  Again, NY Sea Grant is facilitating the data collection and your information will be held confidential.  While trade group leaders are engaged in the distribution and development of data collection, they will not have direct access to completed questionnaires.

Completed questionnaires must be returned to New York Sea Grant no later than January 10th, 2013. 

New York Sea Grant
Attn:  FISHERIES DISASTER
3059 Sound Avenue
Riverhead, NY 11901
Tel:  (631) 727-3910  Ext 11
Fax:  (631) 369-5944
Email: aoc5@cornell.edu


Information for NY Tackle Shops

Instructions

The information that you disclose is confidential, and information that is shared with a third party will be summarized.  By completing the survey you are agreeing to this condition.

Estimating Revenue Loss after Super Storm Sandy
  1. Use the "Sandy Economic Loss Worksheet" (.xls) provided to calculate your estimated loss of revenue in 2012. If you use Online Submission, please remember to email your completed worksheet, separately.

  2. Although it is very hard to determine the future cost of these impacts, please use the space provide to list and give an estimate as to some of the costs/losses that you may incur from now through the opening of the 2013 fishing season on April 1st.  Use additional paper if necessary.

Documenting Infrastructure Damage
  1. One major industry concern is the status of our recreational fishing infrastructure.  Many access points have been damaged.  So that we may start to get an inventory of these locations, please use the space provided to list any docks, piers, ramps, etc..., in your local community that have been damaged.

  2. Pictures to document the locations and damage would be very helpful.  If you have photos to submit, please E-mail them separately to Antoinette Clemetson at aoc5@cornell.edu. Please remember to make a note of the address of the locations(s) for all pictures. And be sure to mark the final question on the questionnaire, "Submitting any photos?" with a "Yes" so we can match up your response with the photo(s) you send.
[To Mail or Fax Your Response] – PDF

[To Use Online Submission] – Click Here




Information for NY For Hire - Party and Charter Boat Industry 

Instructions

The information that you disclose is confidential, and information that is shared with a third party will be summarized.  By completing the survey you are agreeing to this condition.

Estimating Revenue Loss after Super Storm Sandy
  1. Please provide an estimate of monetary value as to how much income was lost to your business by not being able to leave the dock for fishing, whether due to damage, waterway closures or lack of customers (cancelled trips, returned deposits, etc.), no electricity, evacuation or closures? (Note:  Estimated lost revenue for Nov/Dec 2012 as compared to same time frame over average of 2009-2011.)

Documenting Infrastructure Damage
  1. One major industry concern is the status of our recreational fishing infrastructure.  Many access points have been damaged.  So that we may start to get an inventory of these locations, please use the space provided to list any docks, piers, ramps, etc..., in your local community that have been damaged.

  2. Pictures to document the locations and damage would be very helpful.  If you have photos to submit, please E-mail them separately to Antoinette Clemetson at aoc5@cornell.edu. Please remember to make a note of the address of the locations(s) for all pictures. And be sure to mark the final question on the questionnaire, "Submitting any photos?" with a "Yes" so we can match up your response with the photo(s) you send.

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Global warming?: 

 [Daily Mail] by Sam Webb - January 7, 2013

Temperatures in China have plunged to their lowest in almost three decades, cold enough to freeze coastal waters and trap 1,000 ships in ice, official media said at the weekend. They are unable to leave their docks.

Since late November the country has shivered at an average of minus 3.8 degrees Celsius, 1.3 degrees colder than the previous average, and the chilliest in 28 years, state news agency Xinhua said on Saturday, citing the China Meteorological Administration.

Bitter cold has even frozen the sea in Laizhou Bay on the coast of Shandong province in the east, stranding nearly 1,000 ships, the China Daily newspaper reported.

China is experiencing unusual chills this winter, with its national average temperature hitting the lowest in 28 years. These children grabbed their sledges to take advantage today

Zheng Dong, chief meteorologist at the Yantai Marine Environment Monitoring Center under the State Oceanic Administration, told the paper that the area under ice in Laizhou Bay was 291 square km this week.

Transport around the country has been severely disrupted.

Over 140 flights from the state capital airport in central Hunan province were delayed, while heavy snowfall forced the closure of some sections of the Beijing-Hong Kong-Macau Expressway, the China Daily said.

Temperatures in the northeast fell even further, reaching a 43-year low of minus 15.3 degrees Celsius, about 3.7 degrees below the previous recorded average.

One truck driver in southeastern Jiangxi province, caught in a 5 km (3.1 miles) queue caused by a pileup that happened after heavy snowfall, told China Daily the snow and extreme cold had caught him unawares.

'I didn't expect such a situation, so I've brought no warm coats or food. All I can do now is wait,' trucker Yao Xuefeng told the paper.

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Comment by John Baxter on January 7, 2013 at 6:19pm

Just NY, what about NEW JERSEY ??????????      Loses caused by Sandy ???????

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