Dear Berkeley Township,

This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law right of access. I am not required to fill out an official form. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.

Records requested:
Open Permits
Open Zoning permits
Open Property Liens
Violations
Survey of Property
Elevation Certification
“any information regarding the presence of an underground oil tank if applicable including permits, remediation reports, environmental reports”
“survey showing underground oil tank location if applicable”
"any information of the presence of a septic system"

Property Info:
24B 23rd Ave
Seaside Park, NJ 08752
Block 1711, Lot 2319.02

Yours faithfully,

Susan E Payne

Pamela Castle, Berkeley Township

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Susan,

Please see the attached per you’re OPRA Request from the Construction Office. For your convenience you may access this information directly on our Portal for Construction. You just need to go to Berkeley Township on a Google Search and then in the Construction Department you will see the link for SDL. Just register and you may check any property in the Township. You will see the same information that I am providing.

Thank You,

Pam Castle
NJ State Certified Technical Assistant to the Construction Official
732.244.0660 Ext 1261

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Karen Stallings, Berkeley Township

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Records requested:
Open Permits - Construction report attached
Zoning permits _ATTACHED
Open Property Liens - None see attached
Violations - Nothing on file with Code Enforcement for the above mentioned property.
Survey of Property - “survey showing underground oil tank location if applicable”
Elevation Certification - Nothing on File
“any information regarding the presence of an underground oil tank if applicable including permits, remediation reports, environmental reports” "any information of the presence of a septic system" With regard to these two items: Health Department Inspections are done by Ocean County Board of Health and need to be requested directly from them: www.ochd.org
Also environmental investigations are conducted by NJDEP and should be requested directly from them: http://www.state.nj.us/dep/srp/kcsnj/

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