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Ocean County Seaside Hgts. Ocean Terrice Hotel

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Does anyone have the frequencies for the Ocean Terrace Hotel in Seaside Hgts. With all the high school students going down after prom there should be some pretty good radio traffic.
 

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I would check the Business Band Freqs. 151's -154's or the UHF band Business freqs.( 2 Watts) .I don't think that you would hear any thing worth while . Boss
 

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I checked the FCC Database and found nothing listed for them. The frequency may be licensed under a corporation or owners name. And, I would imagine if they have a radio frequency licensed to them, it is probably low power, which means you would have to be within a stone's throw of the place to hear anything. If they have radios at all, they are probably hand held units (walkie talkies). So I wouldn't get my hopes up. You probably won't hear them. Good try though. Yes we scanner buffs are always lookiing for new stuff to listen to as ridiculous as it may sound to others. Oh well, we could be doing worse things.
 
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