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Tensions are calming after a recent study that explored changing the school where West Wildwood students are sent angered many local parents.
North Wildwood City Council passed a $15.5 million bond ordinance, on first reading, to fund a pump station the city plans to install in a parking lot by the seawall, at Olde New Jersey and Spruce avenues
Several parents of West Wildwood students are unhappy with the idea, claiming their children are getting a better education at Margaret Mace School, the North Wildwood school where West Wildwood students are sent through eighth grade, than they would at Glenwood Avenue Elementary and Wildwood Middle School.
Mayor Timothy Donohue responded to a question during public comment by explaining that the municipality would defer about $800,000 more than usual in transferring school taxes to the school district.
Middle Township was approved for $171,325 in emergency funding to reimburse some expenses incurred as a result of COVID-19.
Borough officials in Wildwood Crest explained why the town can make major upgrades and take on large capital projects, without asking homeowners to incur the costs via a major tax hike.