The United States Coast Guard medevaced a 51 year old man off a commercial fishing boat about 65 miles off Atlantic City Sunday. The man was on board board the “Settler”; he had difficulty breathing. The man was taken to the Atlantic City Medical Center for treatment.
The Lower Township Council meets Monday night and is expected to pass a resolution that will approve the acceptance of in-person credit cards for tax payments. Council will also accept a $7 million bid for the big Rosanne Avenue Roadway and Utility Improvement Project. Council meets Monday at 7pm.
The Wildwood City Commission meets Wednesday afternoon and is expected to adopt an ordinance that changes the zoning map in the city. The Commission may also transfer city owned land to Habitat for Humanity, and could amend its ordinance regarding handicap parking.
The Middle Township Committee meets Monday evening and is expected to approve a new redevelopment plan for Indian Trail Road. The Committee may also appoint a new special events coordinator and renew various gravel pit permits.
The United States Coast Guard rescued a diabetic man who grounded his boat near Little Egg Inlet on Saturday. The man’s daughter contacted the Coast Guard and reported that her father was disoriented on the rocks near the Golden Nugget Casino. The man was airlifted from his boat and taken to meet rescue squads for…
A fire destroyed a multi family home in Vineland Saturday; the blaze resulted in no injuries. It took firemen about three hours to bring the fire under control. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Construction work along a section of Bayshore Road in the Villas continues this week. Curbs and sidewalks will be constructed, yet Bayshore Road will remain open to northbound and southbound traffic. There could be minor delays associated with the construction.
Kenilworth School Superintendent Thomas Trmaglini has been suspended with pay until the end of the school year. The school board met over the weekend and decided to buy some more time to consider if Tramaglini should remain on the job. He’s been charged with repeatedly defecating on a school track operated by the Holmdel School…
The Speaker of the New Jersey Assembly is warning Governor Phil Murphy that he cannot cut the Homestead Rebate program. Craig Coughlin tweeted over the weekend that Murphy cannot simply slice in half the amount of assistance given to property owners. Coughlin says he plans to restore the rebate program to full funding.
Lower Cape May Regional High School now has its first ever 100 goal scorer in girls’ lacrosse. CoastSportsToday.com reports exclusively that Maya Critchfield hit the century mark Friday during a 15-3 win over Cedar Creek. She scored five goals in the victory.