The exercise concluded on Thursday by local and county officials, determining what course of action they would take if a category 1 hurricane hit in Cape May County. “Escape the Cape” continued on Thursday with representatives from the state coming down to help. It took place at the Cape May County Technical School. Cape May County Emergency Management Coordinator Frank McCall told Coastal Broadcasting that one of the main objectives is to find out where their are gaps in coverage to avoid the problem from surfacing during a real event. All the local municipalities had representatives there to go through the simulation.
- 987 THE COAST ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS
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- REPORT: MAN AIRLIFTED SATURDAY NIGHT AFTER WRECK IN LOWER TWP.
- FOOTBALL: MILLVILLE WINS TITLE, SPIRIT LOSES IN FINAL MINUTE
- TWO BUSTED FOR PIMPING OUT CHILD IN SOUTH JERSEY
- INMATE AT SOUTHERN STATE AIRLIFTED TO HOSPITAL AFTER FIGHT
- ACE TO HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE TO DISCUSS MERGER BENEFITS
- MIDDLE TOWNSHIP POLICE LAUNCH FREE MOBILE PHONE APP
- LARGEST CHRISTMAS PARADE IN THE COUNTY HAPPENS SATURDAY NIGHT
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- FEDS, STATE TO STUDY BACK BAY FLOODING FOR THREE YEARS