The Wildwood Golf Club in Middle Township has been sold. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the club has been sold to a group of current and new members. The Club has hired a professional management staff to handle day to day operations.
Cape May County Freeholder Marie Hayes has been selected to serve as the 2nd Vice President on the New Jersey Association of Counties. The Board advocates for the services and mission of county governments. Hayes is the only representative on the Board from our region.
Cape May County’s Fare Free Transportation service has received recognition as the Outstanding Transportation System of the Year by the New Jersey Council on Special Transportation. Freeholder Marie Hayes made the announcement, saying she is proud of the accomplishments of the Fare Free Transportation management and staff.
The Cape May County Office of Emergency Management has issued a Code Blue advisory. The advisory goes into effect Tuesday night and will last through Thursday morning. Overnight low temperatures are expected to fall into the low 20s.
County government is expected to hold its reorganization meeting on January 4th, 2018. Cape May County Freeholders meet Tuesday and are expected to authorize government to reorganize on that date. Freeholders Jeffrey Pierson and Will Morey were re-elected this fall; Bob Nolan was elected as County Sheriff.
Jeff Sutherland is the new Prosecutor for Cape May County. The New Jersey Senate confirmed Sutherland for the job on Thursday; he replaces Bob Taylor, who recently resigned from the position. Sutherland has been the Chairman for the Cape May County Democratic Party.
Local communities will share in just over $14 million worth of recycling grants offered by the State of New Jersey. The Christie administration announced the grants this month. Cape May County’s 16 communities will get just over a quarter million dollars.
The County of Cape May is hosting a free cyber security workshop next Wednesday. County Freeholder Gerald Thornton and County OEM Coordinator Marty Pagliughi announced that the conference will include participation from several entities, including the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness. Pagliughi calls the cyber attacks “costly and disruptive”.
If you like super moons, then the cold moon is for you on Sunday. This is the only so-called super moon of the year, and will be best viewed on Sunday evening at sunset, around 4:30pm. It will be bigger and brighter of any moon of 2017.
A 30 year old Clayton man was fired from his job with the Cooper Health Systems because he wore make up to work. NJ.com reports that Stephen Kunkle was fired from his job because Kunkle says he wore too much make up and women’s perfume. Kunkle has now filed suit.