New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will sign a new bill into law that will permit early, in person voting. The bill will allow people to cast their votes at certain polling locations early, if they choose to do so. For the general election, voting can take place ten days before the actual election day.
Cape May County reported 37 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. Seven of the 16 municipalities are in single digits with the number of overall cases. Lower and Middle townships have 72 resident cases each.
Gasoline prices have dropped by two cents per gallon over the past week. Mid Atlantic AAA reports that the average price for a gallon of gas in Cape May County is now $2.98. We remain five cents above the state average.
New Jersey American Water Company has purchased the water and wastewater system in Egg Harbor City for nearly $22 million. The Press of Atlantic City reported the deal Monday. The company will make $14 million worth of new investments.
New Jersey is reporting 3,174 new cases of coroanvirus on Monday. 16 new deaths have been reported by the State. The rate of transmission has inches up to 1.10.
Outdoor gathering limits are going up in New Jersey. Governor Murphy announced Monday that as of Friday, the limit will increase to 200 people. Indoor gathering limits will still be capped at 25. Capacity for indoor seating at large venues will go up slightly to 20 percent.
The slate of candidates seeking legislative office in our First District are largely unknowns to Cape May County. Some democratic organizations are backing a slate of candidates that includes Senate candidate Yolanda Garcia-Balicki, and Assembly candidates Chris Wilson and John Capizola Jr. All three republican incumbents–Mike Testa, Erik Simonsen, and Antwan McClellan–are expected to be…
The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch Sunday until 9:00pm. The Watch means conditions will be favorable to the development of severe storms this evening. A front is pushing towards South Jersey that could spark severe weather tonight.
New Jersey is about to expand the eligibility for those eligible to get the coronavirus vaccine. Starting Monday, restaurant, grocery, and warehouse workers will all be eligible to get the vaccines. In April, the number of vaccines coming to New Jersey is expected to greatly increase.
Cape May County reported 26 new positive Covid-19 cases on Sunday. There are fewer than 400 cases of the virus countywide. Cape May County has one of the lowest number of new cases per capita of any county in the State.