Work will soon begin on the final phase of Middle Township’s bike path, fulfilling a vision that’s been many years in the making.
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Cape May County's Office of Emergency Management Coordinator Martin Pagliughi was reappointed for a three-year term by the County Board of Commissioners July 13. His new term will end July 8, 2024.
Attorney General Gurbir Grewal highlighted an effort by the Juvenile Justice Commission (JJC) that awarded more than $85,000 to community-based organizations to provide resources to county-operated juvenile detention centers.
Gov. Phil Murphy and Secretary of Higher Education Dr. Brian Bridges announced July 12 the awardees of nearly $30 million in federal funding that will be distributed to New Jersey institutions of higher education to support the core priorities of the State Plan for Higher Education and address the impacts of Covid on postsecondary students.
Gov. Phil Murphy July 1 signed legislation (S3990), appropriating $100 million in American Rescue Plan funds to the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) to support child care providers and the child care workforce through a number of initiatives.
2020 began with hopes for another stellar tourist season after Cape May County’s record-breaking 2019, with over 10 million visitors and nearly $7 billion in direct tourism spending. However, an invisible threat changed everything.
Before leaving office, former Cape May City Manager Jerry Inderwies Jr. issued bonuses to several city employees, including himself, reportedly for work done on Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) issues. Inderwies resigned his position, as a new administration took office in January.