RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY SET FOR CAPE MAY LIBRARY

A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on Tuesday 2 p.m. to officially re-open the Cape May City Library. The Cape May City Library, located at 110 Ocean Street in Cape May, New Jersey, is housed in the former Verizon telephone building built in the early 1900s.  It was rapidly deteriorating and in need of renovation which began in October 2009. Improvements totaling approximately $530,000 were made to the library. Improvements at the Cape May City Library include a new roof, exterior painting, new sidewalks, new electric, plumbing, carpet, ceilings and walls.   Also, trim was installed, a ramp was constructed to allow wheelchair accessibility, improvements were made to kitchen and bathroom facilities and new shelving and furniture were installed.

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