Statistics Saturday: Number Of New Jersey Municipalities With “Egg” In Their Name By County


County Number Of Municipalities With “Egg” In Their Name
Atlantic 2 [1]
Bergen 0
Burlington 0
Camden 0
Cape May 0
Cumberland 0
Essex 0
Gloucester 0
Hudson 0
Hunterdon 0
Mercer 0
Middlesex 0
Monmouth 0
Morris 0
Ocean 1 [2]
Passaic 0
Salem 0
Somerset 0
Sussex 0
Union 0
Warren 0

[1] Egg Harbor City, Egg Harbor Township.

[2] Little Egg Harbor Township.

No two “Egg Harbor” municipalities share a border.

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Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there.

5 thoughts on “Statistics Saturday: Number Of New Jersey Municipalities With “Egg” In Their Name By County”

    1. Oh, neat, glad to hear it.

      I’m fairly sure I’ve driven through at least some of the Egg Harbors, because I’ve had need to drive to that part of the state, but I can’t swear I’ve set foot in any of them. Jersey Shore boardwalks are great, though.

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      1. This boardwalk was teensy-tiny. It went around a little…bog? A little marshy area? Not straight, like in a pentagon-ish shape. I realize how bad this description is. But very cool because every little bit there was a local artisan. It would take maybe 5 minutes to walk around.

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        1. It was really wonderful but of course the kids were expecting games and rides. Instead they got carved decoys and paintings. Oh I think ice cream cones, too. Extremely small but I loved it. Away from the hustle and bustle.

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