Cape May’s city council will hold a special meeting Tuesday at 1:00pm. Business Administrator Neil Young will be discussing the new 2018 municipal budget for the resort. Council will meet again at 6:00pm and discuss a request to the County to reduce the speed limit on Pittsburgh Avenue from 35mph to 25mph.
It looks like the dispute between the City of Cape May and former Police Chief Robert Sheehan is headed to court. Special meetings were held by the Cape May City Council over the past several days. The issue over Sheehan’s eventual demotion by the city could be heard in Superior Court as early as Monday.
Major repairs are underway to the court room and lobby of the West Cape May municipal building. Borough officials say a fire suppression pipe burst during January’s Winter Storm Grayson which cause water damage in the building. Officials are asking for the public’s patience and understanding as the repairs continue.
The Cape May City Council will meet Monday afternoon to hold a special meeting on a sticky issue in town. Council will meet in closed session to discuss the issue involving Captain Robert Sheehan’s legal battles with the city. The meeting starts at 4:00pm.
Authorities in South Carolina say a 58 year old Cape May County man was killed during a traffic accident in Pawley’s Island, South Carolina. The victim of the accident has been identified by The Sun News as Michael Walter of Cape May who was in the resort for a golfing trip. The report says others…
Cape May City Police announced on social media that they have identified and arrested two women who shoplifted at a Cape May clothing store back on December 20th. Police have not yet identified the two women who are seen in a store surveillance video.
Cape May’s Planning Board passed on a plan that would create a redevelopment zone near the Washington Street Mall. The conversation about the proposed zone packed the meeting on Tuesday night. The block in the city that was slated for the zone lies near the Mall, and includes a supermarket.
The West Cape May Volunteer Fire Company is offering free smoke alarms to residents of the community. The Department will come to the home and install the alarm to any full time, year ’round residents of the community, excluding rental properties. A limited number of smoke alarms are available for free, which includes installation.
Cape May City Police are seeking a photo or video of an assault that took place early New Year’s Day morning. Police announced on social media that there was an assault with property damage that occurred on Beach Avenue between Decatur Street and Jackson Street. If you have any information about this crime, you are…
Cape May Mayor Chuck Lear has penned a letter to the community regarding the future of library services in the city. Lear’s letter over the holiday weekend opens up possibilities for expanded library services not provided by the County’s library system due in part to a lack of space. Lear suggests a feasibility study that…