The Lower Township Council meets Monday night and may approve a new contract between the Township and its superior police officers. Council is expected to go into closed session to discuss a potential four year contract agreement. Council is also expected to award a contract for the preparation of an approved tax map.
If pre-election polls are to be believed, Phil Murphy will be your next governor. The latest Stockton University Poll gives Murphy an 18 point lead over republican challenger Kim Guadagno. Murphy received 51 percent support in the poll, while Guadagno has 33 percent. Seven percent desire another third party candidate.
This probably won’t work out well for the perpetrator who did it. Washington Township Police say someone stole a life sized cutout standup of Pope Francis from the St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church. Three women driving a white Audi took the cutout; one of the suspects was described as a 70 year old woman on…
Sea Isle City will be considering a new set of beach regulations during a Council meeting on November 14th. Council will discuss various regulations including beach smoking, large holes that are dug on the beach, and the erection of large tents. A Capital Plan Workshop meeting will also be held on that date.
Wildwood Crest is seeking volunteers to help during an annual beach sweep event. Clean Ocean Action and Borough officials will sweep the beaches of litter and other debris during the morning hours of Saturday, October 21st. Volunteers can register for the event at Centennial Park.
Middle Township will be conducting a ribbon cutting event at the new Okie Wisting Recreation Complex on Tuesday. An event will be held during the late afternoon for the public to inspect new amenities including a playground, fishing pier, wildlife observation deck, and disc golf course. The event begins at 4:00pm.
The Borough of Avalon is creating a Monarch Butterfly Habitat, and will locate the habitat at Armacost Park in the southern end of the community. Mayor Marty Pagliughi presented the habitat at the recent Borough Council meeting. It is expected to attract important pollinators who often stop in our region during their fly byes to…
Ocean City will be getting a big beach fill project that begins later this month. City officials announced that 1 million cubic yards of sand will be placed on the beaches between Seaspray Road and the 14th Street Pier. Dunes will be rebuilt as part of this federal beach project.