Cape May Police announced this week that it will be participating in an annual drug take back program sponsored by the federal government. The event will be held on April 28th and will allow residents of Cape May, Cape May Point, and West Cape May to drop off any unwanted prescription medications.
The Cape May City Police and Fire departments will be holding an open house one week from today in order to provide access for the public to view their facilities. Officials are hopeful the tours will help the public appreciate the need for a new public safety complex for the city. The tours will be…
Funeral services will be held on Monday afternoon for former West Cape May Commissioner James Roney. Roney passed away on Tuesday at his home. Roney served as the Public Safety commissioner for the Borough and also volunteered to play Santa Claus in the popular West Cape May Christmas Parade.
The tax rate in Cape May is scheduled to go up by a penny this year. The new municipal budget was introduced this week and it calls for an increase in the local purpose tax rate that would increase the rate to 35 cents per $100 of assessed valuation. Some of the extra revenue will…
West Cape May is holding a special budget meeting Tuesday afternoon. The Borough Commission will meet at 4:00pm to discuss details of the 2018 municipal budget.
The Cape May City Council is expected to approve a resolution Tuesday evening that will authorize the new 2018 municipal budget. Council is also expected to amend an ordinance that will establish a Bureau of Fire Prevention in the city. The meeting starts Tuesday at 6:00pm.
The Cape May City Council met this week and introduced a bond ordinance that may lead to the construction of a new public safety building. The complex could include a new police station, and a fire station for the city. A public hearing on the ordinance will be held on March 20th.
West Cape May will be holding a special meeting in early March to introduce its 2018 municipal budget. The Borough announced that the meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 6th at 4:00pm inside the municipal building.
Cape May is ready to welcome three new police officers during its meeting Tuesday night. Nicholas Campanella, Cory Hofmann, and Emmanuel Mendez will also be introduced to the public. Cape May may also introduce a new bond ordinance that would pay for preliminary expenses related to the construction of a new public safety building.
A very expensive settlement for the City of Cape May in the Robert Sheehan matter. Cape May will pay $800,000 in settlement money to its former police chief, with more than half of the settlement not being paid by insurance. Sheehan had been demoted from the rank of Chief to Captain, and failed to reinstate…