Over sixty Cape May County residents, including nearly two dozen veterans, were able to access New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission services from an MVC Mobile unit, which visited the Cape May County Court House parking area, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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- New Retail Space Being Built in Burleigh
- Indictments Filed May 4
- Cape May Considers Parking Options
- New NJ Driver’s License Law Takes Effect May 1
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- Indictments Filed May 11
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