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SEA ISLE CITY TO HOLD REFERENDUM VOTE ON SWIMMING POOL

Sea Isle City is going to hold a referendum vote in the fall to ask voters if $5 million should be spent on a new swimming pool.  The average property owner would have to cough up $68 dollars a year in extra taxes for a dozen years.  That doesn’t include short and long term maintenance costs.

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