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Lakewood Discusses Concession Stand At Beach

June 16, 2013

LAKEWOOD — If you’ve ever needed to quinch your thirst or needed to fill your tummy while visiting the Lakewood beach house, you may soon be able to find a solution without having to leave the sand....

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Jun-16-13 9:28 PM

If I remember correctly, Lakewood Beach did sell some concessions years ago when my kids were young. I really think the lifeguards should be responsible for keeping watch over swimmers exclusively . Lakewood can hire others to handle healthy snacks and drinks (no glass bottles please). Oh, Mr. Phillips, the word is "quench". Just say'in! :) lol

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Jun-16-13 11:12 AM

If the village decides to proceed with plans for a concession stand, I hope that they will consider some healthy snack choices. Soda, chips and candy are not what many parents encourage their children to eat and drink.

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Jun-16-13 10:42 AM

must serve beer and pot

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Jun-16-13 9:21 AM

Job it out! The government running a business that is not the government? What's next? The government running an entire amusement park? All of this government takeover, please, tea partiers, what are you doing about this?

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Jun-16-13 9:18 AM

I always thought the word was "quench" your thirst.

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Jun-16-13 8:26 AM

A concession stand is a good idea... except that in NO WAY should a lifeguard be taking care of it. It only takes seconds for someone to get into trouble in the water. If that lifeguard is making change, or waiting for a someone to make a decision on those chips or soda (we know how it is a terribly difficult choice sometimes), or if s/he runs out of change, or if s/he needs more ice for a cooler... A lifeguard should ONLY be concerned with what's going on in/near the water. Hire someone else to take care of snacks.

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