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AVALON HIRES RECREATION DIRECTOR, ADVANCES BEACH FILL

Avalon has hired a new recreation director.  Chuck McDonnell has been hired as the new recreation director in Avalon.  McDonnell is a former Athletic Supervisor at Richard Stockton College and used to serve as recreation director in Middle Township.  The Borough also gave final approvals for a bond that could …

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AVALON PLANS NORTH END BEACH FILL

The Borough of Avalon is planning for a north end beach fill before the summer.  Avalon’s Borough Council is expected to approve an ordinance on second reading on February 11th that would finance a beach fill that would address beach erosion from 9th Street south for about 15 blocks.  The …

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TOWNSEND’S INLET BRIDGE TO CLOSE ON MONDAY

The bridge that connects Avalon to Sea Isle City is closed Monday through at least sometime in April.  The county of Cape May is closing the Townsend’s Inlet Bridge to vehicular traffic due to a major construction effort on the bridge.  Machinery and racks are being replaced on the bridge; …

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AVALON GETS EXTENSION FOR DREDGING PROJECT

Avalon has a four day permit extension for its back bay dredging project.  Avalon Business Administrator Scott Wahl says that the extension will allow Mobile Dredging to finish a dredging project in Princeton Harbor before a state and federally mandated break in the project that will last until the middle …

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TOWNSEND’S INLET BRIDGE TO CLOSE JANUARY 12TH

January 12th..that’s when the county plans on shutting down a portion of Ocean Drive between Avalon and Sea Isle City that will result in the Townsend’s Inlet Bridge being closed to traffic.  The bridge will be shut down through April 30th for work to be done on the bridge.  Construction …

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AVALON DREDGING PROJECT GETS UNDERWAY THIS WEEK

A major back bay dredging project in Avalon gets underway sometime this week.  A company will be dredging private boat slips at Princeton Harbor behind Avalon in advance of a larger dredge that will remove mud and debris from the channel.  The goal for the Borough is to have Princeton …

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