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A hearing was held Sept. 14 by the Board of County Commissioners to fix regulations for bidders seeking to work on the historic Franklin Street School, in Cape May, which will become Cape May's branch of the County Library.

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Lower Township Council Sept. 8 shared an upcoming project regarding improvements to two major roadways in the area. 

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Between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. June 22 and June 23, there will be a lane restriction along Bayshore Road (C.R. 603), in Lower Township, between Townbank Road and Sandman Boulevard, in order to allow emergency paving restoration to proceed.

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Lower Township Council introduced ordinances to amend the municipal land development code that would allow marijuana sales and delivery businesses, at its June 7 meeting. Another ordinance would set mercantile license fees for those businesses at $2,000 each. 

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Lower Township Council introduced an ordinance, at its May 17 meeting, that would raise Lower Township Municipal Utilities Authority (MUA) board members’ salaries to $5,500.  

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The Lower Township Police Department and Lower Township Healthy Youth Coalition will be participating in National Prescription Drug Take-back Day April 24.