Wildwood Crest has changed the date of its next Borough Commission meeting. The next meeting will be held on November 5th, at 9:30am instead of the prior day. The meeting is open to the public and subject to capacity limitations.
Cape May County has added 14 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, with four of them being long term care cases in Dennis Township. Three new community cases were added in both North Wildwood and Lower Township. The number of non resident active cases is at two.
Did former Upper Township Committeeman Hobie Young actually resign? Depends on who you ask. Young showed up for a virtual meeting of the Upper Township Committee this week according to a report in the Press of Atlantic City. Young says he didn’t send a letter to the Township Clerk saying he resigned. However, Township solicitor…
There is yet another lawsuit in West Wildwood. The Cape May County Herald reports today that former mayor Herbert Frederick has filed suit against Mayor Christopher Fox, Police Chief Jacquelyn Ferentz, and others relating to another lawsuit. Frederick asserts that the Borough conspired to throw a lawsuit in the Chief’s favor in order to blame…
Atlantic City Police have announced two arrests in connection with the shooting of a nine year old child last month. Two 17 year old suspects have been charged, one from Atlantic City and the other from Vineland. The girl was shot in the foot in early September.
Cape May County has 14 additional coronavirus cases. County officials announced Tuesday that there were four cases apiece in Ocean City, and in Lower Township. The County currently has 118 resident cases.
Wildwood has reopened its department of recreation. Director Rich Hans announced on the city’s website that a Covid-19 self-checker will be required for every individual. Temperatures will also be taken at the front desk.
Middle Township will be holding a land sale Thursday morning. Township officials have notification regarding the sale on the municipal website. The auction will be held by the Township’s chief financial officer at 10:00am.
There are over 1,600 new cases of coronavirus cases in the state on Tuesday. State health officials report 14 new deaths as well. Governor Murphy calls the numbers “sobering”. He reminded people today that the pandemic still must be taken “seriously”.
The Galloway branch of the Atlantic County library system is closed due to a Covid exposure. Someone had been in the facility recently who tested positive for coronavirus, so the precaution was taken. Contact tracing began last Friday.