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For much of 2021, the City of Cape May has been in a dispute with Mott MacDonald, its previous engineering firm. City Council Nov. 15 approved a settlement, which will allow both parties to avoid the time and expense of potential litigation.

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Michelle Sampson, of Marmora, who has been employed with the Upper Township emergency medical team, as chief EMT, since November 2019, is suing the municipality for having terminated her in what she claims is multiple violations of law and due process.

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Middle Township Mayor Timothy Donohue, in an Oct. 20 announcement of progress in the mediation of litigation on an affordable housing plan, said there is “continued progress toward finalizing the township’s affordable housing plan.”  

Just two weeks after the Diocese of Camden filed its plan of reorganization, all of its insurers have reached a settlement with the diocese and agreed to contribute over $27 million to the diocese’s proposed plan or reorganization. 

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Avalon Borough Council Sept. 22 approved a settlement that should bring an end to events that led to a recent reorganization of the borough’s Department of Public Works (DPW). The settlement was approved by all parties.

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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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The Fair Share Housing Center (FSHC), a nonprofit affordable housing advocacy group, filed in Superior Court June 1 to have Middle Township’s over two-year-old affordable housing declaratory judgment dismissed.