At its Feb. 13 meeting, Dennis Township Committee unanimously passed a resolution that provided for each of the five members of the governing body to forego $1,500 of their annual compensation to be used towards the salary of newly-hired Business Administrator Patrick Moran.
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Residents of Cape May County can sign up for immediate notifications direct from the county Office of Emergency Management via the new Code Red notification system.
During the week of Feb. 11-17, 2018, the Ocean City Police Department responded to 572 calls for service.
Still under construction, the Cape May County Correctional Center's bill now totals $38.5 million, that's over $1.1 million over the estimated cost when freeholders awarded the $37.4-million contract April 12, 2016.
At its regular meeting Feb. 12, Upper Township Committee passed a resolution congratulating the Upper Township Hockey Team, Upper Riptide - White, on winning two of three games in the championship series and becoming the 2017 Cape May County second to fourth grade Foot Division Champions.
The prospect of legalized marijuana for recreational use by persons aged 21 and over was discussed by Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland with freeholders Feb. 13.
During the week of Jan. 22, 2018 through Jan. 28, 2018, members of the Middle Township Police Department responded to or initiated 980 calls for service, averaging 140 per day.
The Woodbine Borough Council, at its Feb. 15 meeting, awarded the contract for construction of a pedestrian and bikeway project to Charles Marandino, LLC.
The annual reorganization of the New Jersey Association of Counties (NJAC) took place on Jan. 26 in the New Jersey State House Senate Chambers in Trenton.
Cape Assist and the Cape May County Healthy Community Coalition sent out an urgent appeal to local legislators and stakeholders to consider a number of local regulations that can be put in place should marijuana become legalized for recreational use.
The loss of enrollments at Atlantic Cape Community College’s Cape May Campus is accelerating, down 12 percent in fiscal year 2017.
During the week of Jan. 15, 2018 through Jan. 21, 2018, members of the Middle Township Police Department responded to or initiated 1,064 calls for service, averaging 152 per day.
The Victorian house on Sixth Street has had only four owners in its 123-year history. The Dean family that owned the home from 1955 to 1996 is working to preserve the historic structure from demolition.