15,340 dogs and cats were euthanized in New Jersey last year. NJ.com reports that the numbers are down slightly from the previous year. In Cape May County, 17 dogs and 50 cats were put to sleep, according to the report.
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Cape May’s city council will meet Tuesday evening and is expected to hold a second reading of an ordinance that will amend regulations involving the powers of the position of mayor in the resort. Council may also approve an ordinance that would adjust construction permit fees in the city. Tuesday’s meeting starts at 6:00pm.
North Wildwood’s council will meet Tuesday morning and is expected to advance an ordinance that creates a vacant property registration in the community. Council will also consider a one year extension of a solid waste contract with Choice Environmental Services, and may authorize an emergency sewer repair on New York Avenue between 24th and 25th [...]
An official ribbon cutting event was held on Friday to celebrate the connector between the Lower and Middle townships bicycle path. Freeholder Jeffrey Pierson and Lower Township Mayor Erik Simonsen cut the ribbon on the new connector, which allows bicyclists to ride from Route 109 in Cold Spring to the Cape May County Park and [...]