The Philadelphia Eagles horrible season got a bit worse Monday. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that tight end Zach Ertz is out a month with a high ankle sprain, and running back Miles Sanders will likely miss Thursday night’s game against the Giants with a knee injury.
A republican Upper Township committeeman is receiving criticism for posting alleged sexually suggested memes involving vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris to his Facebook page. Mayor Richard Palombo says the Township Committee should have some sort of a major announcement by the end of the day, according to a report in the Press of Atlantic City. …
Restaurants in New Jersey can continue to serve alcohol outside through March, 2021. Governor Murphy announced the extension Monday, saying businesses have greatly benefited from this practice. Many local towns have extended the service of alcohol to sidewalks adjacent to businesses.
New Jersey has added nearly 1,200 additional cases of coronavirus Monday. State health officials say there are four additional deaths. The rate of transmission continues to drop slightly.
There were nearly 1,300 new cases of coronavirus in New Jersey on Sunday. The good news…the rate of transmission actually dropped. There were also seven new deaths from the virus reported Sunday.
Cape May County added six new cases of coronavirus on Sunday. Lower Township was the only community to add two cases. There are still fewer than 100 cases in the County despite a big increase statewide.
The Cape May City Council meets Tuesday and will receive a presentation on the potential for a state/national register application for the Franklin Street School. Council may also consider the extension of the modification of tent regulations in the city.
Wildwood officials have announced that the city has obtained a bond rating from Standard and Poor’s of SP-1+, indicating the city is in good financial health despite the Covid-19 pandemic. Mayor Pete Byron says he can’t wait to see “what more we can do in 2021”.
Lower Township will prepare for the possible construction of a new public works administration building. The Township Council is expected to award a contract to an engineering firm relating to the new building. Council may also accept a bid acceptance for the reconstruction of Star Avenue.
North Wildwood’s council meets Tuesday and is expected to entertain the second reading of a capital improvement ordinance. Council is also expected to amend various employment agreements with the city administrator police chief, fire chief, and deputy fire chief.