A major beach fill project in Avalon is underway. Sand began being pumped on the beaches of the community Friday afternoon. Three north end beach paths are closed as Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company fills in the beaches damaged by repeated coastal storm events.
Dennis Township officials are holding a special meting Wednesday at 5:00pm to meet with property owners about some planned improvements to Dennisville Petersburg Road. The County will be constructing a road project and it may include roadway widening, sidewalk construction, and the relocation of some utility poles. The meeting will be held at the Senior…
Ocean City will be closing a major intersection this week to replace sanitary sewer lines. The intersection of Third Street and West Avenue will be closed to traffic throughout the week. Alternate routes are being requested by Mayor Jay Gillian
Sea Isle City’s council meets Tuesday morning with only routine business on its agenda. The city will establish guarded bathing beaches for the 2020 season, and approve a shared services agreement with the County for solid waste disposal and recycling services. The meeting begins Tuesday at 10:00am.
Lower Township officials are expected to further discuss the proposed aquatic center for the community during its meeting Monday evening. An item appears on the work session agenda to discuss the facility. Council is also expected to take a final vote on an ordinance that would fund various safety improvements to Schellenger’s Landing.
The Middle Township Committee meets Monday afternoon. It is expected to receive an update from County officials on the new Cape May County Commons project slated for the site of the former KMart store in Rio Grande. That update will be provided during the work session meeting Monday at 4:00pm.
Your eyes have not deceived you..you are paying more for gasoline in Cape May County over the past week. The price for a gallon of gas locally went up by six cents a gallon in the last week to an average of $2.56 per gallon. We are a penny above the state average.
The City of Cape May cancelled its halloween parade for Sunday. The threat of rain throughout the day forced parade organizers to cancel the parade, which will not be rescheduled. Washington Street Mall merchants will still welcome trick or treaters to the mall area.
Lower Cape May quarterback Connor Eckel threw three touchdown passes and ran for a fourth score as the Caper Tigers defeated Wildwood 42-0 in Lower’s homecoming game on Saturday. Lower Cape May scored the first four times they touched the ball. For more, including video of the game, see Brian Cunniff’s story on CoastSportsToday.com.
A 36 year old man was shot to death last week in Atlantic City. Police say Bernard Murphy was found shot dead near Florida and Pacific Avenues in the city late Thursday night. Police are still hunting for the suspect.