Cape May city officials will consider some additional travel and parking changes this week. Council is expected to consider ordinances that allow for dedicated parking for low speed vehicles along Beach Avenue, and to add more stop intersections on Broad Street. Three bond ordinances are also on Tuesday’s agenda.
The Middle Township Committee meets Monday and is expected to consider redevelopment plans for Rio Grande and for Indian Trail Road. The Committee will also repeal and replace all affordable housing ordinances in the community during the meeting.
Atlantic City Police have charged a 17 year old boy with being in possession of a high capacity magazine handgun that was full of hollow point bullets. Police made the arrest during an investigation Friday at the Carver Hall Apartment Complex. The juvenile was taken to a detention facility.
Cape May County continues its climb in the numbers of coronavirus cases. Sunday’s figures put the Cape at 434 cases of the virus, with a quarter of them in Lower Township. Every community in Cape May County has at least one active case of the virus.
Cape May County will again host its annual Tourism Conference on May 25th. The Conference will be held at the administration building at Crest Haven at 10:00am. A legislative update from local lawmakers will be provided.