A 37 year old North Wildwood man will spend the next six and a half years in prison for a repeated offense of possessing child pornography. The New Jersey Attorney General’s Office announced that Timothy Corwonski received the prison sentence from Superior Court Judge Michael Donohue. Corwonski had prior convictions for child molestation and the…
Two special school ballot questions in North Wildwood were approved by voters Tuesday night. The questions asked voters to make various improvements at the Margaret Mace Elementary School, including improvements to the HVAC system. Question one passed 199-174; question two passed 197-173.
North Wildwood will hold a special school bond election Tuesday afternoon. Residents are being asked if the school district should finance HVAC and other improvements at the Margaret Mace Elementary School. Polls will be open starting at 4pm at the city’s community center.
New Jersey State Police Captain Patrick Gallagher joined other law enforcement officials in North Wildwood over the weekend for the fallen heroes remembrance. The annual weekend in North Wildwood honors the surviving family members of those who lost their lives in the Garden State protecting the public.
North Wildwood’s city council meets Tuesday afternoon and could approve two upcoming capital improvement projects. Council may authorize an emergency outfall pipe repair at the Third Avenue beach, and may authorize storm sewer repairs at 16th and Delaware avenues. Tuesday’s meeting begins at 5:00pm.
North Wildwood Police have announced restrictions for next weekend’s Irish Fall Festival. Olde New Jersey Avenue from 2nd Avenue to Pine Avenue and surrounding streets will be closed for the festival. Backpacks and coolers will be prohibited; guests cannot bring alcohol into the festival site.
North Wildwood’s council meets next week and is expected to approve an ordinance that would authorize a shared municipal court with Wildwood Crest. Council will also recognize the award of a grant that will pay for the reconstruction of a portion of 17th Avenue between Surf and Ocean Avenues. Council meets at 10:00am.
North Wildwood voters will head to the polls next month to vote on two bond ordinances that will result in improvements to the Margaret Mace Elementary School. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the bonds, if approved, will finance new HVAC and air conditioning in the building and will help with security upgrades. The…
North Wildwood’s city council gets back to work on Tuesday. Council is expected to discuss an agreement with Marina Bay Towers and will consider a shared court proposal with Wildwood Crest. North Wildwood may also share its court administrator with the Crest as well.
North Wildwood city officials will meet this morning for its first Council meeting of the month. Council is expected to hold second readings of ordinances that deal with animals, and parking and loading zones. Council will also consider a new bench dedication program, and establish a new Jitney route.