The Lower Township Council held its official reorganization meeting on Wednesday evening. Republicans remain in control after three incumbents were all sworn in to new terms in office on Council. Lower Township will have a budget to consider next month.
The Lower Township municipal government will reorganize Wednesday evening. Three republican incumbent councilmembers were re-elected in November: Roland Roy, Jr, Tom Conrad, and David Perry. Council will be making various appoints, including bond counsel, public information officer, and other positions. The meeting begins Wednesday at 7:00pm.
The Lower Township Council will vote on a resolution Monday night that will result in the Township’s MUA supplying water to the Del Haven section of Middle Township. Council meets on Monday night for its last meeting of 2018. Council is also expected to approve a Shared Services Agreement between the Township and the County…
Lower Township Police will conduct an impaired driving crackdown during the holiday season. Police will participate in the annual “Drive Sober, or Get Pulled Over” effort to reduce the number of impaired drivers on the road. The effort begins on Friday, December 7th.
Saturday night is Rotary Parade night in Lower Township. Lower Township Police have issued an advisory suggesting the parade route will be about three hours long and impact a portion of Bayshore Road, to Rosehill Parkway. A portion of Breakwater Road between Bayshore Road and Fishing Creek Road will also be closed for three and…
Three people have been charged, two of them with attempted murder, in connection with a home invasion crime in Lower Township earlier this fall. Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland announced that 19 year old Jeramy Thompson-Pierce of Vineland and 20 year old Michael Woods Jr. were both charged with attempted murder. The pair and…
The Lower Township Council voted itself small pay raises during a meeting Monday night. This is the first time since 2016 that pay increases have been offered to members of Council. Salary ranges for Mayor and Council were adjusted by $2,500.
Lower Township Police officers paid their respects to one of their fallen heroes, David C. Douglass Sr. Officers placed a wreath at his gravesite on Tuesday. Douglass lost his life in the line of duty back in 1994 when he responded to a call at the Bayshore Mall shopping center. Douglass was 34 years old.
The Lower Township Council will vote on a resolution Monday that joins with the County to develop an economic plan for the Cape May Airport, in Erma. The transfer of a liquor license from Marie Nicole’s also appears on the agenda. Monday’s meeting begins at 7:00pm.
The superintendent of the Lower Cape May Regional School District will retire in June. The Press of Atlantic City reports that Chris Kobik will retire next summer. The retirement was announced at this month’s school board meeting.