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After months of disagreement on the process for making appointments to city boards, commissions and committees, Cape May City Council agreed on a protocol at its Jan. 7 meeting.

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Cape May City Council voted Jan. 7 to adopt a protocol for public comment at council meetings. While public comment is allowed and encouraged, the protocol places a five-minute limit on remarks. The move was made in order to shorten overly long public meetings.

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Reorganization meetings are generally ones dedicated to having individuals take the oath of office, followed by a long list of routine resolutions setting up annual accounts, establishing temporary budgets, reappointing contract professionals, dividing oversight and liaison responsibilities among governing body members, and completion of housekeeping chores, like setting holidays and announcing meeting schedules.

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Cape May Mayor Clarence Lear delivered his annual State of the City address at the end of the Jan. 7 reorganization meeting. The address is a January tradition.

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After almost two and a half years, final direction on a Cape May Public Safety Building remains unclear. Cape May City Council enters 2020 lacking consensus on the project.