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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.

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An oversight in the 2020 budget led to a 2021 budget process in which the borough raised the local tax rate by more than 8%. This led to calls on Stone Harbor Borough Council for improvements in the budget process.  

It took three and a half years for an ordinance authorizing rezoning of the Bower, Stone and Weber Courts, along with Linden Lane, to reach a potential adoption vote by the borough’s governing body. When it did, it failed.