AAA: LOCAL ROADS IN BAD CONDITION

A new survey says that local roads are in as bad of a condition as they have been in for the past seven years. AAA says that 20 percent of their members report local roads as in “poor” condition. The state’s transportation trust fund is next to broke. Many roads in Cape May County showed continued deterioration following…

LOWER TOWNSHIP SUPPORTS CAP 2.5

The Lower Township Council voted in support of Cap 2.5. The idea was proposed by Gov. Chris Christie and it would cap property tax increases at 2.5 percent annually. Christie’s plan is to make it a constitutional cap, and would require voter support to overturn it. Deputy Mayor Kevin Lare said that the township supported…

PEDESTRIAN-MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT IN RIO GRANDE

Middle Township Police have released information about a motor vehicle accident involving a pedestrian.  The following a press statement from the Middle Township Police Department: On this date the Middle Township Police Department responded to a reported pedestrian motor vehicle accident on Route 47 in the area of the Rio Grande Shoprite.  The investigation revealed…

WE CHECK FOR 21 KICKS OFF THIS WEEK

If you’re too young to buy don’t even try that’s the slogan of the “We Check For 21” Program which officially starts in Cape May County on Thursday, June 24, 2010.  Due to the popularity of the training program, the event takes place this year at the Wildwoods Convention Center located at 4501 Boardwalk in…