Someday you may be able to purchase cannabis from a dispensary in Lower Township. Council met this week and approved allowing license retail establishments in the community, one in North Cape May and a second at the airport complex. County Commission Director Gerry Thornton told the Press of Atlantic City that he wouldn’t be in…
The Lower Township Rescue Squad will no longer exist as of June 20th. The Cape May County Herald reports that severe economic reasons are the issue, created by the Covid-19 pandemic. Employees will be offered jobs from Inspira.
There was an unsubstantiated threat on Wildwood’s amusement piers Sunday night. City police say someone called 911 alleging that there was a threat directed at the piers. The piers were evacuated as a precaution, and a multi jurisidctional search of the piers turned up nothing. The evacuations were lifted early Monday morning.
There was a contested primary for the republican nomination for Borough Council in Stone Harbor Tuesday night. Bunny Parzych and Frank Dallahan were the winners, defeating Robert Bickford. This is essentially the municipal election in Stone Harbor as no democrats have intended to run for any of the three Council seats.
Vince Polistina won the republican primary for State Senate in Atlantic County over challenger Seth Grossman. Polistina will square off against democrat Vince Mazzeo in the fall. Meanwhile, democrat Marty Small won the democratic primary for Mayor in Atlantic City. Small crushed Tom Foley in the primary.
This year’s gubernatorial race is between democrat Phil Murphy and republican Jack Ciattarelli. Ciattarelli won the republican nomination for governor in a three horse primary Tuesday night. Ciattarelli claims Murphy is not really from New Jersey since he wasn’t raised or educated here, and never owned a business in the Garden State.