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The ordinance would authorize properties on four narrow streets with undersized lots to increase their living space by 60% above the current limit of less than 600 square feet. The properties on these four streets are collectively referred to in the borough as “the Courts.” 

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Perhaps it was appropriate that, after 15 years of seemingly endless litigation, the developer of the Marina Bay Towers property finally got the rubber stamp on a new, high-rise, luxury condo tower and renovation of the existing towers in a courtroom.

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The past week saw 400 newly reported resident cases of Covid. Even the ability of health officials to move 387 individuals off quarantine could not lower the active case numbers, which consistently hovered just over 600 for the last 10 days.

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Upper Township Committee introduced, for a first reading, an ordinance to adopt a redevelopment plan for a designated "area in need," referring to the decommissioned B. L. England generating station in Beesley's Point.

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During public comment at Middle Township Committee’s Dec. 7 meeting, resident Stanley Doniger asked about an item on the bill list for the payment of $26,000 in legal fees to the firm of James Maley, the municipality's special counsel for redevelopment issues.

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At its Nov. 16 meeting, Middle Township Committee awarded a contract to Maley Givens, a law firm, for redevelopment council service. James Maley previously served as a redevelopment council in Middle Township and in Cape May.