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The Covid metrics continue to improve but are still at levels that require adherence to protocols. At the end of February, the monthly total of new cases, 938, was down 42% from the peak of 1,611, in January.
Upper Township Business Association hosted a roundtable discussion with Mayor Richard Palombo, who won't seek reelection after this year. He held the mayoral seat for 22 years, in addition to two previous years as a member of the Upper Township Committee.
Fundamental disparities in policing in the U.S. exist, according to Dr. Theodore Darden, who spoke during a presentation organized by the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office and the Coalition for a Safe Community on “The History of Law Enforcement in the Black Community.”
A member of the Rio Grande Fire District Board of Commissioners called for a new policy against the personal use of fire company vehicles, stating they should be parked on fire district property when not in use for official business.
Gov. Phil Murphy Feb. 26 signed A4410, permanently establishing the Community College Opportunity Grant Program (CCOG), which will allow qualified students to attend any New Jersey community college without tuition or educational fees.
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJ MVC) Feb. 26 announced it’s adding more transactions by appointment to improve service at its 39 agencies across the state.
The prospect of Wildwood's Pacific Avenue redevelopment, centered around the area of Byrne Plaza and near residential areas, has Mayor Peter Byron's phone "ringing from outside developers looking to come and jump on board."
The Ocean City Community Services Department put together a team of staff members and volunteers to help Ocean City residents who may have no or limited ability to complete the online registration or scheduling process for Covid vaccinations.
The Lower Township Police Department responded to or initiated a total of 1,036 calls, averaging a total of 148 calls per day.