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Resolution 21 on Middle Township Committee's Oct. 4 agenda authorized the committee to enter into a developer’s agreement with CKJR LLC, the current owner of 1-19 Patsy’s Way, “in order to enable the completion of the Patsy’s Way subdivision.”

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Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Eustace Mita, of Icona Resorts, appeared before Cape May City Council Oct. 5 with plans for a seven-story, 168-room hotel in the tradition of the historic grand hotels of the city’s past.

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The Concerned Citizens for Sewell Tract Preservation announced a settlement in what many believe is New Jersey’s longest-running civil suit 

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The Fair Share Housing Center (FSHC), a non-profit designated by the New Jersey courts as an interested party in municipal affordable housing plans, initiated litigation June 1 to strip Middle Township of its 2019 court judgment and prevent the municipality from having immunity protection from affordable housing developer lawsuits.

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In a continuing effort to provide relief to builders constructing projects in the city and spur attractive development, Wildwood officials have reduced the cost of application and escrow fees to the Planning and Zoning boards.  

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Upper Township’s Zoning Board met May 13 for what all hoped to be a definitive answer as to whether owner Stephen Maloney’s application to redevelop the present Strathmere Motel, at 513 Commonwealth Ave., could proceed.

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Developers were thrown a curveball, in February, when the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) told them their sites would immediately be frozen until they completed a lengthy and expensive permitting process.