MICHAEL SOL WARREN / NJ.COM – Gary Wiedemann built his house on Candace Lane, a secluded cul-de-sac just 10 minutes down the road from Six Flags Great Adventure, in 1998.
Since then, he’s lost count of how many neighbors have come and gone from his tree-lined street in New Egypt, a rural section of Plumsted Township.
The reason no one lasts, according to Wiedemann? The dump next door.
“(This neighborhood) was a beautiful place to live. It was nice and quiet. It was a breath of country air,” Wiedemann said. “Now, it’s like putting your head in a garbage can. The stench is unbelievable most of the time.” …