Cape May could soon consider a public address system running the length of the beach. A beach safety committee in the city met this week to consider extending a public address system the length of the city’s beachfront, according to the Cape May Star and Wave. The first phase of the project cost over a…
Wait, was that Bradley Cooper on the Washington Street Mall in Cape May on Saturday? NJ.com cites a Wildwood Archive social media page as reporting that Cooper was seen in the Victorian resort on Saturday. His mother has a home in Brigantine.
Mike Yeager will become the newest councilman in Cape May. The Press of Atlantic City reports that Yeager has been chosen to replace Chris Bezaire, who resigned. Yeager is expected to take his oath of office on Monday.
The Cape May Planning Board has rejected plans for a new Jetty Motel that would include a restaurant that would seat over 200 people and stacked parking. The Cape May Star and Wave reports that more than 100 people attended the meeting on the project. The proposed project also included a bar open to the…
A former longtime mayor of Cape May Point has passed away at the age of 92. Malcolm Fraser died Saturday at his home in the Point. Fraser served Cape May Point for 16 years as mayor, starting in 1992. A viewing will be held for Fraser on Thursday.
It looks like Cape May’s council could be getting a temporary appointment. The agenda for Cape May’s meeting Monday evening shows a resolution for a temporary appointment to Council. The appointee would fill the position of Chris Bezaire, who recently resigned.
Cape May City Police are attempting to identify an individual who allegedly stole an umbrella from Zoe’s Cape Cafe over the weekend. Police say the theft occurred shortly after 1am on Sunday. A photo of the crime has been released.
Cape May Police announced that portable stop signs are being placed at the intersection of Washington and Franklin streets this week. Crews will be tearing down a firehouse in that location starting Wednesday, and the stop signs are being added for safety. Power to traffic lights will be shut off.
The West Cape May Borough Commission is expected to accept the resignation of certified municipal court Administrator Bernandine Shearouse at its meeting on Wednesday. The Commission is also expected to amend sections of the West Cape May code regarding the removal of trees. The meeting starts Wednesday at 7:00am.
Cape May Police will be conducting a SWAT team exercise Thursday afternoon. The exercise will be held on Idaho Avenue and will start at 2pm. A number of police vehicles will be part of the drill. Neighbors should recognize that it is a drill and no emergency is taking place.