Mayor Zack Mullock and City Manager Michael J. Voll led the swearing-in ceremony of the Superintendent of Beaches (Chief) Harry Back, Capt. Marty Franco, and Lt. Sara Werner April 30, at Cape May's beach patrol headquarters.
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Sara Werner, of the Cape May Beach Patrol, was promoted to lieutenant, according to Cape May.
A former Cape May lifeguard denies using racist language in July 2020, an accusation that was included in a February whistleblower lawsuit.
Terry L. Randolph filed the suit Feb. 17, alleging he was wrongly passed over for promotion, free speech violations, cronyism within the department, and violations of New Jersey’s Conscientious Employee Protection Act, described in the suit as the most far-reaching whistleblower protection in the nation.
Over the last few weeks, the Cape May Police Department has responded to numerous calls about underage drinking on Cape May beaches.
Firefighters were called to the Pittsburgh Avenue beach at around 6:30 p.m., Sunday evening for a water rescue.
The city will distribute at least 50,000 copies of a new beach safety brochure designed to prevent head, neck and back injuries, incidents with swimmers caught in rip currents and jelly fish stings.