A section of Wildwood’s Boardwalk, at Leaming Avenue, was removed, closing that section while work to complete a pump station and it’s connected outfall pipe continues.
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North Wildwood City Council passed a $15.5 million bond ordinance, on first reading, to fund a pump station the city plans to install in a parking lot by the seawall, at Olde New Jersey and Spruce avenues
“What did we miss?” Those words expressed Middle Township Deputy Mayor Theron "Ike" Gandy’s amazement that the lowest bid for the reconstruction of four sanitary pump stations was more than double the engineer’s estimate.
City Administrator Ronald Simone informed North Wildwood City Council Dec. 17 of the Army Corps of Engineer’s approval for the proposed pump station. According to officials, the station would occupy the parking lot at Olde New Jersey and Spruce avenues.
Borough Engineer Thomas Thornton presented Mott MacDonald’s formal recommendations to Avalon Borough Council for the north end drainage improvements.