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  1. Boyd

    RAIN?

    Here comes the next one, but a little different this time - according to this, the shore has less risk of severe weather. And once again, my home is right on the border between yellow and green. Should be an interesting trip for everyone headed to the shore this afternoon. :siren: Severe...
  2. Boyd

    Tax Parcel Website

    There's no reason to expect that to change, unless the law changes... Redaction of owner names from parcels and tax list database In compliance with the provisions and protections afforded the personally identifiable information of certain persons, as enacted by Daniel’s Law (P.L. 2020, c...
  3. Boyd

    Accessibility Issues With Pinelands Trails

    "Content is only available to subscribers".... doubt that I'm missing anything though. ;) I remember there has been a handicap-accessible trail in Byrne State Forest ever since it was called Lebanon State Forest, back in the 1990's.
  4. Boyd

    Tax Parcel Website

    https://newjersey.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=bae6f833507745d287a15497d233fbbc It works for me today. :)
  5. Boyd

    RAIN?

    Here comes the next one. At least NJ is the the "marginal" threat zone...
  6. Boyd

    Tax Parcel Website

    I would give it a little time, could just be some configuration problem that they will fix when everyone comes back to work on Monday.
  7. Boyd

    Tax Parcel Website

    I get your error when I go here. Is that the site you have been using? https://newjersey.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=bae6f833507745d287a15497d233fbbc This is the link that @dragoncjo posted in that other thread, had not seen it before. One nice thing about it is you can...
  8. Boyd

    Tax Parcel Website

    This is (evidently) the layer that caused the error https://newjersey.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=8c82b9cd19ef4b2992161c41bab9761c If you click the "Open in Map Viewer" link the layer loads but is un-checked. You can check it and zoom way in and see the parcels. There's a time slider at...
  9. Boyd

    Tax Parcel Website

    Maybe this? They said the parcels were going to be retired at the end of April but it wasn't clear which services were going to be affected. OTOH, they might just be doing work on their systems over the weekend, they had a scheduled shutdown for awhile on Thursday...
  10. Boyd

    Tornado Watch for much of New Jersey until 7:00 PM

    Wow! Nothing at all down here.
  11. Boyd

    Tornado Watch for much of New Jersey until 7:00 PM

    So far, all the action is in the North with the storm moving in a Northeastern direction...
  12. Boyd

    Tornado Watch for much of New Jersey until 7:00 PM

    I actually just stumbled across this while reading an article on NBC New York's website. If you go to National Weather Service, you just get the following "helpful" response.... Tornado Watch EFFECT UNTIL 7 PM EDT THIS EVENING FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS IN DELAWARE THIS WATCH INCLUDES 1 COUNTY...
  13. Boyd

    Meetup With Invisible Menace No Walk in the Pinelands Park

    Which brings us back to this... if there are plenty, then where are they?
  14. Boyd

    Meetup With Invisible Menace No Walk in the Pinelands Park

    Well, yes (because I thought there were chiggers in the pines). But I don't think he believed her condition was caused by ticks either. Don't really remember, he may have thought it was something like poison ivy / poison oak because she had a terrible time with those in other places where we lived.
  15. Boyd

    Meetup With Invisible Menace No Walk in the Pinelands Park

    Back in the 90's, my ex-wife and I went for a walk in the pines and she got what I assumed to be chigger bites on her ankles and legs - looked very similar to bites I'd had many times. She had a bad allergic reaction and went to a dermatologist who gave her something that helped (cortisone?) but...
  16. Boyd

    Meetup With Invisible Menace No Walk in the Pinelands Park

    From the same thread I linked to above... https://forums.njpinebarrens.com/threads/ticks-chiggers-a-study.11884/page-8#post-151857 Bob: You are probably right about "walk in the (pinelands) park", but that's a pretty strange headline. :)
  17. Boyd

    Meetup With Invisible Menace No Walk in the Pinelands Park

    Well, I'll admit I don't know anything about it and the study of bugs never interested me. ;) I was just basing this on what others have posted here, such as this (there are other threads too): https://forums.njpinebarrens.com/threads/ticks-chiggers-a-study.11884/page-7#post-151158
  18. Boyd

    Meetup With Invisible Menace No Walk in the Pinelands Park

    Right, I am (unfortunately) familiar with chiggers, going way back to my youth in the Midwest. But I thought the concensus was that these are not what bites us in the pines? There are a few threads about this somewhere.
  19. Boyd

    Meetup With Invisible Menace No Walk in the Pinelands Park

    "Chiggers (a funny sounding name) are the juvenile form of a mite. The larvae are red, wingless, six-legged parasites." I thought we were in general agreement here that this isn't correct in the Pines? And what is commonly called "chiggers" are actually just young ticks. Didn't @Sue Gremlin...
  20. Boyd

    Realtor.com adds wildfire risk to listings

    You know, I downloaded the NJDEP contaminated sites dataset and included it when I was building my 2020 topo map. But I decided not to use it in the final version. Was just a bit concerned about liability if there were any errors, disputed sites, claims that it could impact somebody's property...
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