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As the COVID-19 pandemic turned our worlds upside down and inside out, Cape May County was in grave danger of losing the entire business of the 2020 summer. 

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An important role of community leaders and elected officials is to work together to create the right environment for all elements of a community to flourish and support the functioning of the whole, in a sustainable way.

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In response to Governor Phil Murphy’s decision to veto S-2704/A-4413, legislation that would appropriate $30 million to the Economic Development Authority (EDA) from the federal "Coronavirus Relief Fund" to assist food establishments impacted by Executive Order No. 158, Cape May County Freeh…

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As the Nov. 3 election approaches, Cape May County Clerk Rita Fulginiti reported 27,610 voters returned their vote-by-mail ballots, as of Oct. 19, of the 71,018 ballots sent to active voters.

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Lower Township is once again hosting its Veterans Day parade this year to honor and celebrate the brave men and women who have served our country in the United States Armed Forces.  The parade was initiated in 2018 at the request of Mayor Frank Sippel, who retired as a Command Sergeant Major…

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For all of us, serving as a Mayor in a small town of good and caring people, is a truly rewarding, all-American experience.

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It is time the citizens of Cape May have leadership, cooperation, and results.

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With over 70 square miles of land and close to 13 square miles of water, Middle Township has the most natural ecosystems of every municipality in the county. Protecting the substantial amount of sensitive resources within its boundaries needs to be a top priority for Middle Township Committee.

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Here at CapeGOP we are flattered that this year even the Democrats and Independents running for Freeholder want to be Republicans.

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Politics is much more hostile and divisive than it’s been in my lifetime.

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Township Committee’s commitment to the MTPD and the principles of inclusive, community policing has been backed up by words and deeds.

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There’s no doubt about the importance of Cape May County’s “anchor” industries, such as tourism and fishing. However, we’ve long known that other industries are needed to diversify our local economy, to support our residents and to make year-round life more livable in the county.