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A resolution to approve licenses required for ice cream and fruit trucks to operate in Wildwood Crest this summer was tabled, at a Jan. 27 Board of Commissioners meeting, to give the governing body time to consider it, after a rare conflict arose, when it came time for a vote. 

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At a Jan. 5 Cape May City Council work session, the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) chair, Warren Copeland, explained a proposed ordinance designed to allow historic properties to be elevated for flood protection without losing their designations as key or contributing properties to the city’s National Historic Landmark status. 

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The dissension that has, at times, paralyzed Cape May City Council was, once again, in full view. This time, the issue was an abrupt change in rules for public comment at virtual council meetings.

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Borough Commissioners debated changing the rules to allow dogs on the beach in the morning hours during summer - something that has been disallowed, but rarely enforced - but settled on taking no action.