Cape May will be adopting a municipal budget on Tuesday. Cape May’s council will hold a public hearing on the new spending plans and also consider a new ordinance that would adjust parking meter rates in the city. Tuesday’s meeting starts at 6:00pm.
Cape May Mayor Chuck Lear will be holding a town hall style meeting on May 1st at the city’s Convention Center. Lear says there will be discussion regarding plans for a public library and community center at the site of the Franklin Street School.
West Cape May will be converting the intersection of Park Boulevard and Leaming Avenue to an all-way stop within a few weeks. Mayor Carol Sabo announced that the change is the result of a recent traffic study. Flashing stop signs will be installed on both sides of Park Boulevard.
Funeral services will be held Thursday morning for longtime Cape May businessman Bruce Axelson. Axelson died Thursday at the age of 75. He was the past owner of the former Mayer’s Tavern and Captain’s Cove Restaurant, both in Cape May.
For lease…a city-owned snack bar location in Cape May, on the Promenade. The Cape May Star and Wave reports that City Council in Cape May has authorized an auction for a re-bid of the lease for the bar, since there were no interested parties the first time around. The second auction will be held April…
Cape May is reminding residents and visitors that certain parking meters will be turned on Monday, April 1st and will remain turned on through the end of the year. Metered parking will be in place from 10am until 10pm and the cost is one dollar per hour.
Funeral services will be held on Saturday in North Wildwood for Ralph Ransom, who passed away last week at the age of 84. Ransom was the former owner of the Ugly Mug in Cape May, and he worked for decades at the former Marine National Bank. Services will be held at the Ingersoll-Greenwood Funeral Home.
Dozens of local officials and hundreds of residents showed up at an event in Cape May today to oppose seismic testing and offshore drilling. The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce held the event at the Cape May Convention Hall. Officials are trying to wipe out any plans by the Trump administration to conduct the…
Parking rates may be adjusted in Cape May. City Council has an ordinance before it on Tuesday that would adjust the rates to park in the city. The introduction of the municipal budget, which includes a tax increase, will also be before Council.
Cape May’s Parking Advisory Committee is looking at a reconfiguration of the Bank Street Parking lot to help add more parking spaces in town. The Cape May Star and Wave reports that the the committee has learned various construction equipment has been parked in the lot without authorization, and the lot could better serve the…