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WOODBINE STUDENTS HEADED TO MIDDLE TWP. THIS FALL

It’s official. The freshman class at Middle Township High School will include students from Woodbine this fall. N.J. Education Commissioner Chris Cerf approved Woodbine’s petition to move it’s students from Millville High School to Middle Township, a move approved by all local districts. The commissioner was satisfied that the change …

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WOODBINE CHANGING SENDING DISTRICT TO MIDDLE TWP.

High school students from Woodbine might be attending school closer to home this fall. Woodbine has applied to the state to send it’s students to Middle Township High School instead of Millville, where they have been attending. The move would save Woodbine big bucks in tuition and place it’s students …

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WOODBINE SEEKING DOLLARS FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO HEILPRIN AVE.

Woodbine is looking to make some roadway improvements in the borough. They applied to the New Jersey Department of Transportation for discretionary aid funding in the amount of $250,397.25 for infrastructure improvements along portions of Heilprin Avenue between Clay Street and Sumner Avenue. Heilprin Avenue is in a deteriorated condition …

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STOCKTON OPENS LEARNING CENTER IN WOODBINE

On Monday morning the Richard Stockton College will formally open its first instructional site in Cape May County. The learning facility is a 2,800 square-foot addition to the Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton, located at 610 Washington Ave. The facility features two state-of-the-art, electronic classrooms, with a dividing wall that can …

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WOODBINE TO KEEP TAX RATE STEADY AGAIN

Woodbine has no increase to its tax rate for another year in a row. Woodbine Mayor William Pikolycky announced that the State of New Jersey authorized the Borough of Woodbine to adopt its budget at its April 18 meeting. The Local Purpose tax continues to be stable for the 23rd …

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WOODBINE MAYOR PRESENTS NEW BUDGET PLAN

Woodbine Mayor William Pikolycky presented the 2013 budget at Thursday night’s Council meeting. The local purpose tax rate is at 23.5 cents per $100 assessed value, the same as last year’s rate, and has remained stable for the 23rd consecutive year. Woodbine’s new spending plan is approximately $1.7 million less than last year, due to grant …

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REPORT: WOODBINE KIDS COULD ATTEND MIDDLE TWP. HIGH

Some high school students in Woodbine may be able to attend Middle Township High School.  The Middle Township Gazette reported over the weekend that the concept was approved by the Middle Township Board of Education on February 21st; now approvals are needed from the state.  Currently Woodbine high school students …

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EARLY MORNING FIRE IN WOODBINE

Fire officials in Woodbine are investigating a fire that struck just after 12:30 a.m. on Friday. NBC-40 reports that the fire damaged a two-story home at the corner of Cedar Avenue and Route 49. The report says local officials believe the fire started in the chimney, and spread to the walls near the …

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ANIMAL AB– USE INVESTIGATION IN WOODBINE

The Cape May County Animal Shelter is now home to two dogs from Woodbine who were left outdoors with no food in unsanitary conditions for the past two weeks. NBC-40 reports that the owner of the dogs was in jail for an unrelated case and the woman in charge of their …

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