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CAPE MAY CITY APPROVES NEW 2015 BUDGET

The City of Cape May approved it’s 2015 Municipal Budget Tuesday night with a one cent increase of the tax rate, by a vote of 3-1. Before the vote councilman Shaine Meier made a motion to move $70,000 from over a half-million dollars of budgeted legal fees to the fire department but the motion was not seconded. The new budget cuts $70,000 from salary and wages for the Cape May Fire Department, which currently employs 14 career firefighters, with only two residing within city limits.

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