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FREEHOLDERS HONOR THOSE WHO SAVED MCCALL

It was a scary moment during the Cape May County reorganization meeting this year. Before the meeting even began, Emergency Management Coordinator Frank McCall was on the ground. A number of men rushed to his aide. A small group of them were thanked by the Freeholder board on Tuesday. The …

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP ANNOUNCES RECIEVING HOST COMMUNITY

The Middle Township Committee has announced that it will receive $140,000 in payments from local businesses Albrecht & Heun, Inc. and Future Mining, Inc., for past due Host Community Benefit fees owed by the companies to the municipality for the operation of a recycling facility on Goshen Road.  This brings …

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REPORT: CONVICTED KILLER BACK IN JAIL

A man who was convicted of killing a Lower Township teenager nearly ten years ago has landed back in jail.  The Times Union reports that 27-year old Joseph Michael Campon was locked up after he failed a routine parole search at his home where authorities uncovered a gun and illegal …

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MARR FORMALLY INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGES

A 72 year old local man has been formally indicted by a grand jury on murder charges.  A grand jury returned a murder indictment against Frederick G. Marr; Marr is accused of killing his nephew, Ronald Denny Sr. during a shooting incident last August.  Authorities believe Marr fired a shot …

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LOWER TOWNSHIP WINS SAFETY AWARD

Lower  Township was awarded as a GOLD Award winner from the Joint Insurance Fund Safety Committee. Lower also received a Certificate of Achievement for Outstanding Claims Reporting. The Township Safety Committee has earned $3,050.00 as a result of their outstanding performance in the 2010 ACMJIF Safety Incentive Program. The awarded …

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MENENDEZ HELPS BREAK GROUND ON LOWER MUA PROJECT

A ground breaking ceremony was held today on the Lower Township MUA’s Townbank Water Main project. The work includes USDA funding in the amount of $2.7 million in grants and $8.1 million in low interest loans. United States Senator Robert Menendez was in attendance of the ground breaking. Menendez was …

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