Wildwood Crest has cancelled three upcoming events, including its popular Borough-wide yard sale in May. Also cancelled in the Crest are the Mayor’s wellness walk, and the Crest Beach Sweep. There will be another beach sweep event in late October.
West Cape May has cancelled four meetings for April. The upcoming environmental commission, planning/zoning, shade tree commission, and historical preservation commission meetings have all been cancelled by the Borough.
Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian announced that the city’s council meeting for next week has been cancelled. There is no word of a makeup date for the meeting scheduled for March 26th. City Hall has now been closed by the city, along with all recreational facilities.
Congressman Jeff Van Drew announced that he is in support of the proposed coronavirus relief package. Van Drew says he would like to see financial support for individuals to keep them solvent, and loan forgiveness for small businesses. Van Drew is also asking for evictions and foreclosure moratoriums.
The mayors of the four Wildwood communities have issued a joint statement asking non-residents to stay home at their primary residences, for now. The mayors say with many businesses closed and concerns of stress on food services and pertinent supplies, the non-residents would be helping the shore by staying home, away from the barrier islands. …
Cape May County has its first confirmed case of coronavirus. The Cape May County Department of Health announced that the victim is a 30 year old man from New York City who tested positive for the virus at a local health care facility while visiting the county. The County Department of Health says this is…
State health officials have updated New Jerseyans on the coronavirus. During a press conference Wednesday afternoon, there were zero reported cases in Cape May County, but there are 27 confirmed cases that still need to be assigned to a county. The number of confirmed cases in Atlantic County has risen from one, to three. There…
There are now 427 cases of coronavirus in the State of New Jersey. Governor Phil Murphy updated the state Wednesday afternoon on the actual numbers. There have been 162 additional positive test results provided to the State.
All events scheduled at the Wildwoods Convention Center have been cancelled through the end of April. The Center informed Coastal Broadcasting Systems today that all events are off, including the Coast Guard Ball, Fishing and Boating Expo, and Beast of the East Cheer Competition.
New Jersey State Senator Michael Testa will support bills Thursday that will help families who are struggling with the fallout from coronavirus. Testa calls the bills “pro-business, and pro-employee”. Various relief bills were approved in the State Assembly earlier this week.