Stone Harbor Mayor Judith Davies-Dunhour used the Oct. 5 Borough Council work session to push for the creation of an ordinance banning private events on public property.
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During a work session discussion at Stone Harbor Borough Council's Oct. 5 meeting, Councilman Ray Parzych pointed to the need for repairs on three borough-owned bulkheads, at 93rd, 82nd and 83rd streets.
During Stone Harbor Borough Council's Oct. 5 meeting, a consensus emerged that the ordinance dealing with the rezoning of the Courts and Linden Lane would also bring those areas into compliance with the borough’s requirements for design flood elevation levels of 11 feet when a property is raised.
Borough Councilman Reese Moore Oct. 5 briefed Stone Harbor’s governing body on the utility committee’s recommendation regarding rate changes for water and sewer use in the municipality.
At its Sept. 21 work session, Stone Harbor Borough Council discussed proceeding with a bicycle helmet ordinance that would be more comprehensive than state requirements.
James Rutala, principal of Rutala Associates, a Linwood consultancy, presented a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant opportunity to Stone Harbor Borough Council Sept. 7.
During the spring 2021 budget process, several Stone Harbor Borough Council members called for a review of the borough’s unique trash collection practices.
Cape May County Engineer Robert Church made a presentation to Stone Harbor Borough Council Aug. 17, concerning expected work by the county on borough roads and bridges.