A 24.68-acre parcel of land in Court House, at 109 Magnolia Dr., would provide 24.68 acres of parkland, according to a resolution passed Jan. 26 by the Board of County Commissioners.
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The saga of Ocean City’s years-long attempt to acquire a former car dealership, at 16th Street and Simpson Avenue, continued Nov. 19, as Ocean City Council unanimously approved three bond ordinances, totaling $615,000, to help cover the cost.
A drive down waterside Route 47, a trek down a Dennis Township hiking trail, and a trip down Jake’s Landing Road, a skinny road with open-sky views of the surrounding marshes, tell the same story: there is death, and new life, rising with the seawater.
The Upper Township Committee meeting Sept. 23 included discussion of an ordinance to authorize the transfer of land owned by the municipality to Habitat for Humanity, Cape May County, a non-profit organization.
In recognition of Infrastructure Week 2019, Sen. Robert "Bob" Andrzejczak, Assemblyman Bruce Land, and Assemblyman Matt Milam (all D-1st) in a release called for an increase in infrastructure projects for South Jersey, specifically for critical bridge repairs, transit funding, crucial dredging, and the next steps in the completion of NJ-Rt. 55.
Assemblyman Bruce Land (D-1st) issued the following statement on legislation (A-3869) he has sponsored to provide funding critical to continuing expansion and development of tourism opportunities in the Wildwoods area in Cape May County:
In an effort to benefit commercial fishing operations, Assemblymen Robert Andrzejczak and Bruce Land (both D-1st) have sponsored legislation permitting commercial fishing vessels to possess more than the daily trip limit of black sea bass and summer flounder under certain conditions.
The new law (A-2513) establishes a Military and Defense Economic Ombudsman in the Department of State.
Legislation that would authorize a property tax exemption for totally disabled veterans, regardless of whether they served in a theater of war, received final legislative approval from the Senate.
“Dredging is essential for marinas and boaters to thrive in this economic climate,” said Andrzejczak (D-Salem, Cumberland, and Gloucester).