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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.

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Incumbent Ocean City Mayor Jay A. Gillian launched his 2022 campaign for re-election at a news conference Jan. 23 in front of the carousel at Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, his family’s business. 

The Cape May County Office of Emergency Management advises all municipalities that Cape May County will be under “Code Blue” severe weather advisory.

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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.

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Cape May County appears to have gotten past the latest Covid peak for new cases from the omicron variant, but sadly the County is reporting eight new deaths this week.

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With a new administration now in place, Wildwood Crest is reconsidering the consolidation of its Planning and Zoning boards, which would save money but leave some board members out of their volunteer job. 

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While the days of seven beers for $1 have long been over, at least some part of the legendary Wildwood bar, Shamrock Beef & Ale, will live on.

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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.

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The Cape May County Office of Emergency Management advises all municipalities that Cape May County will be under “Code Blue” severe weather advisory effective from 6 p.m., Jan. 20 through 6 a.m. Jan. 23.

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After working all day to move the house that was above the Shamrock bar, crews have run out of daylight and were forced to leave the house in the 200 block of Lincoln Avenue overnight.

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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.