LOWER TOWNSHIP ANNOUNCES GETTING FEMA MONEY

Lower Township is pleased to announce receiving $336,406.52 from FEMA to replenish money spent on last year’s horrendous snow storms. Lower Township officials say that they have also submitted for reimbursement of $26,000.00 for road repairs, and also $85,000.00 to $110,000.00 for repairs, engineering, and permits to the Holmes Avenue outfall that was damaged during the…

SEVEN TOWNS TO GET DOT MONEY

Infrastructure improvements are coming to seven Cape May County towns from the state’s Department of Transportation. The announcement was made on Tuesday by Gov. Chris Christie. Below are the projects and how much the town will get: Avalon Borough Reconstruction of 34th Street Dune Drive to Ocean Drive $195,000.00 Middle Township Reconstruction of Main Street…

FARMING TO BE MORE ATTENTION IN SCHOOLS

A bill sponsored by Senator Jim Whelan which would designate the last week of September as “Jersey Fresh Farm to School Week,” in order to promote the importance of agriculture in New Jersey and encourage schools to make fresh, locally-grown foods available to students was signed into law over the weekend by Governor Christie. The…