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At its Feb. 16 meeting, Cape May City Council adopted three ordinances, none of which provoked public comment during the required public hearings.
Following two successful citizen initiative petitions, the ballot, in Cape May, in November, will have competing referendums aimed at resolving the long controversy over new facilities for the city’s public safety departments.
Lower Township voters will encounter a non-binding referendum question on their ballot Nov. 5. They will decide whether to approve construction of a $10.5 million state-of-the-art aquatic center, that proponents say won’t raise property taxes.