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JITNEY SERVICES COMING TO CAPE MAY FOR SUMMER OF 2019

It’s possible Jitney service could be coming to Cape May for the summer of 2019.  A resolution appears on the Cape May Council agenda for Tuesday that would award a contract for transportation services for the City to the Atlantic City Jitney Association.  A presentation will be made to Council regarding the changing nature and …

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP TO DISCUSS LAND SALES, POST OFFICE MONDAY

The Middle Township Committee will discuss a few land sales during its meeting on Monday.  Two ordinances are up for reintroduction that would allow the Township to sell land by a private auction to contiguous owners of neighboring properties.  The Committee is expected to approve a resolution that will allow the administrator to begin discussions …

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CREST TO OFFER ADDITIONAL BEACH STORAGE BOXES

Wildwood Crest is making additional beach storage boxes available this summer.  Crest officials announced that an additional 65 storage boxes will be made available for public rent on the beach starting Monday, May 13th.  All reservations will be taken...

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SPORTS: LOWER CAPE MAY TO HOLD “SALUTE TO SERVICE DAY” MONDAY

Lower Cape May Regional High School and the Richard M. Teitelman School will both old a “Salute to Service Day” Monday.  As reported by Brian Cunniff on CoastSportsToday.com, the schools are inviting all local veterans and their families to attend various sporting events to be held in the afternoon.  Attendees are being asked to wear …

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MURPHY SIGNS LAW TO PROTECT BEACH ACCESS

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has signed a bill that is supposed to enhance access to public beaches.  The measure recognizes the Public Trust Doctrine and is intended to improve beach access in northern New Jersey where in some towns, access is limi...

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