Three familiar faces have re-joined the Sea Isle City Commission. Mayor Len Desiderio swore in council members Jack Gibson, J.B. Feeley, and Mary Tighe on Thursday. All three ran unopposed in the May election.
Sea Isle City is in on the pickleball craze. City officials on Tuesday dedicated their new seven pickleball courts that were installed along 42nd Place in the Marina District. All nine of the city’s pickleball courts are open and ready for use. Photo courtesy of Sea Isle City social media page.
Sea Isle City officials are advising residents and visitors about a longstanding dog prohibition on the beaches and promenade during the busiest time of year. Dogs are prohibited from these public areas through the end of September.
Sea Isle City Mayor Len Desiderio announced that some beach access points on the inlet beach on the west side of the Townsend’s Inlet Bridge have been closed. Desiderio says erosion is to blame. Many local beaches lost sand during the nor’easter during Memorial Day weekend. Desiderio says the options are very limited and there…
Palm trees in Sea Isle City? It’s happening this year along the JFK Boulevard corridor. Mayor Len Desiderio announced that after consultation with landscaping professionals, the city will try to place palm trees along the corridor. Desiderio admits that it’s only a seasonal planting, and something else will be tried when winter comes.
For the first time in over a year, members of the public will be able to access public buildings in Sea Isle City. Mayor Len Desiderio announced today that social distancing and masks will be required when the buildings open on May 24th. Sea Isle is one of the last communities to open its buildings…
The Sea Isle City Commission meets Tuesday morning and is expected to approve sweeping ordinances that will prohibit the use and consumption of cannibas products on public property. The Commission will also prohibit delivery trucks from coming into town to drop off pot to paying customers. Today’s meeting starts at 10:00am.
Municipal elections are being held in two communities on Tuesday. Both Avalon and Sea Isle City will be holding municipal elections from 6:00am until 8:00pm. The polling location in Avalon has been moved to the elementary school gym because the traditional polling location is currently used as a Covid-19 vaccination clinic by the County.
A portion of Central Avenue in Sea Isle City is closed to traffic for utility work. The Sea Isle City Police Department announced that the road is closed from 39th Street to John F. Kennedy Boulevard. The closure may extend through Thursday.
Sea Isle City has unveiled its official presentation for a new community center. Mayor Len Desiderio says the center will be located at the site of the former school on Park Road. There is a 22-minute video on the city’s website that includes details about the proposed center.