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The settlement comes almost eight months after the FSHC initiated litigation in June 2021, concerning what it felt was the municipality’s lack of progress on an approved fair share housing plan designed to meet its affordable housing obligations.
When Stone Harbor’s tiniest houses, in the Courts, were built, they were not overshadowed by the expansive multimillion-dollar homes that now characterize Stone Harbor.
Mayor Patrick Rosenello said that parking has been a lingering issue in North Wildwood, and that the ordinance, which will amend the parking code, should help alleviate some of the summer parking congestion faced by tourists and residents.
A house fire on Stone Harbor Boulevard broke out around 5 p.m. Jan. 21, sending flames shooting out of the bayfront home's windows and causing multiple departments to respond to the scene.
The federal beach nourishment program is an essential activity at the core of Cape May County’s tourist economy. Stone Harbor was left off the replenishment effort, in 2019, and can ill afford a similar outcome in 2022.
The Cape May County Bridge Commission voted to increase tolls across five bridges to an eventual toll cost of $3 for a standard commuter vehicle during a Jan. 20 meeting.
According to Stanford, there were 481 fire calls, an increase of 123 calls, up 35% over the prior year. EMS calls numbered 696, up 150 calls, a 28% increase from 2020.
The council was being asked to arrange a meeting similar to Ocean City’s, to provide residents of Seven Mile Island with the most up-to-date information. The goal is to prepare them to offer informed public comments when the Ocean Wind I report is released.
At its Jan. 18 meeting, Cape May City Council heard a report on the status of the project to repurpose the historic Franklin Street School as a branch of the Cape May County Library System.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced over $20 million in dredging projects for South Jersey.
Gov. Phil Murphy had a busy day Jan. 18, signing laws decriminalizing sexual activity for those with HIV, making grants for security services available to non-profits at risk for hate crimes, expanding employment opportunity for the disabled, furthering his commitment to end the opioid epidemic, supporting veterans and members of the armed forces and ensuring Asian American and Pacific Islander history is taught in public schools.
A Court House man, who became paralyzed in a snowboarding accident, can now call himself a Hall of Famer, after he was recognized for his success monoskiing by the National Adaptive Sports Hall of Fame.