A ten year old girl was shot dead by someone who committed a drive by shooting in Vineland on Sunday. Police say it happened at a home located on West Early Drive. Investigators are trying to figure out who was the intended target of the shooting. The girl was taken to a local hospital where…
Lower Township officials will vote on an ordinance Tuesday evening that would permit cannabis retail licenses and delivery licenses in the community. The licenses would be restricted to the GB-1 and Industrial Zoning districts. Annual fees for the licenses will also be set.
Cape May’s city council meets Tuesday and is expected to approve an ordinance that will eliminate smoking along the Washington Street Mall. Several towns have enacted anti smoking ordinances as a means to get marijuana out of public areas. Council will also award a contract for transportation services to Sea Isle City Transit, LLC.
Middle Township will not be allowing any recreational cannabis licenses in the near future. The Township Committee meets Wednesday and is expected to approve an ordinance that would prohibit cannabis licenses. Township officials say the complexities of the State legislation leave too many questions for the Township to proceed at this time.
Governor Phil Murphy has pledged $4 million to fix the famous Wildwood boardwalk. Murphy came to the city over the holiday weekend and walked the boardwalk with Mayor Pete Byron. The boardwalk is in disrepair and the State has offered money to help fix it. Photo courtesy of Governor Murphy social media page.