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In My Neighborhood in East Brunswick : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jan 20, 2014
Karen Marra answered:
I know the community very well. I currently have one buyer under contract. Great value and only a few left. Please call me. I will be happy to schedule an appointment to introduce you to the community. Karen Marra, Gloria Zastko Realtors, Direct: 908-565-4290 ... more
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Fri Sep 6, 2013
diane lezark answered:
hello, yes we definitely have coyotes in east brunswick per joan our animal control officer, we also have had 3 bear sitings in three years, this year the bear was on harts lane. we also have a resident fox living behind the high school
in the back of the farm on cranbury rd, i have a friend who lives behind the high school and left her garage doors open, walked around her yard and came back to her garage, and was face to face with
a fox in her garage. we have a million turkeys now walking around here too, on evergreen blvd, and colonial oaks village and timber hollow. i call it born free here in east brunswick, since there is no hunting. on coleman rd. behind the high school a whole herd of deer come down the street in the fall. we are surrounded by farms. i would defer from this area, and the riva ave,/farrington lake area if you are scared of wildlife. a deer doesnt bite and is docile, i am worried about the fox, coyotes, and bears now when i walk my dog every day. i walked up on a dead baby coyote right on the bike path, along side the vfw in colonial oaks village on veterans way about a month ago. a giant turkey buzzard wasv eating him.dont leave your dogs loose in the back yard unattended, especially if they are small.
ps-love living here in e.b. for 28 years,
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Sun Feb 13, 2011
Kem answered:
Stay AWAY from East Brunswick...THIS TOWN IS WAY TOO EXPENSIVE - property taxes in East Brunswick HAVE DOUBLED IN A DECADE. From $4485 in 2000 to $8875 in 2010. Mayor Stahl said "Property Tax Relief is mu No.1 Priority" WHEN HE CAME TO MY HOUSE FOR A VOTE,,,but instead of relief, he has given us DISBELIEF (IN CONSTANTLY RISING PROPERTY TAXES!) ... more
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