Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation (S-3982) July 21, providing additional aid to small businesses, as New Jersey continues to provide support to small businesses as they recover from the pandemic.
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Gov. Phil Murphy May 24 signed Executive Order No. 242, lifting major Covid restrictions and moving forward with the state’s most significant reopening steps to date.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, and Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont May 3 announced a significant easing of Covid pandemic restrictions on the region’s businesses, venues and gatherings, given significant progress in vaccinations and sustained reduction in Covid cases and hospitalizations.
Gov. Phil Murphy April 26 announced the easing of restrictions for a variety of activities and higher outdoor capacity limits, effective May 10.
At an April 20 Cape May City Council meeting, the city's governing body clarified possible confusion about open alcohol consumption on the city’s Promenade. The public consumption of alcohol is not allowed anywhere on the Promenade, without exception.
With summer approaching and the pandemic ongoing, Cape May City Council had to, once again, deal with the controversial topic of open consumption of alcohol in the city.
The North Wildwood Police Department has partnered with the #WHATSMYNAME Foundation by purchasing street signs to educate the public about Sami’s Law.
A Wildwood restaurant may have its liquor license revoked for repeated Covid violations.