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Stone Harbor, Avalon, and North Wildwood have jointly moved to retain a special litigation counsel to challenge the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's ruling, which prevents the municipalities from using federal dollars to borrow sand from Hereford Inlet.

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On multiple occasions, Stone Harbor Mayor Judith Davies-Dunhour has lamented the unenviable position of being caught in the middle with preserving borough history and character. At the Stone Harbor Borough Council meeting Sept. 3, she reiterated the sentiment.

Stone Harbor Borough Council approved a $500,000 purchase of radios for the police and fire departments Sept. 3 in preparation for the move to central dispatch.

As the 2020 budget preparation process gets underway in many of Cape May County's municipalities, the Borough of Stone Harbor is undertaking a process that will project budget requirements to 2024.

Stone Harbor Borough Council introduced changes to the municipal code Aug. 6, which will allow individuals to pick up bulk items that have been placed in the public right-of-way for collection. In short, scavenging discarded bulk items is no longer illegal.

In a split vote, Stone Harbor Borough Council introduced an ordinance change July 16. It would allow pilings work related to bulkhead construction or repair during July and August when other construction work is restricted.

At the July 16 meeting of Stone Harbor Borough Council, Wetlands Institute Executive Director Lenore Tedesco shared statistics which show a record year for terrapin deaths on causeways through the marshes.

Stone Harbor Council member Charles Krafczek expressed shock that the council had not been made aware of the use of snare traps for foxes as part of the state and federal predator control program at Stone Harbor Point May 7.