SEA ISLE CITY BREAKS GROUND ON NEW CITY HALL

New Jersey Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno joined Sea Isle City Mayor Len Desiderio and other officials in breaking ground on a new city hall in Sea Isle Monday morning.  The original Sea Isle City Hall was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy a year and a half ago, and the city will open a new 29,000 square foot building on JFK Boulevard.  Desiderio says his city never missed a beat after Sandy, saying that employees work hard to help the city recover following the storm.

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