New construction regulations have been approved by the Stone Harbor Borough Council. Council approved new regulations that prohibits any construction on Sundays from July 1st through the Friday after Labor Day weekend. There are other blackout times for contractors throughout the year.
The Stone Harbor Borough Council is prepared to adopt an ordinance Tuesday that will change construction requirements during the summertime in the Borough. The new regulations include no work on Saturdays between 9am and 5pm during the heart of summer with some exceptions, no demolitions from July 1st through the Friday after Labor Day, and…
Stone Harbor Police will participate in the annual “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. The crackdown on drunk driving will run from December 8th through January 1st. The campaign is designed to have a zero tolerance on drunk driving during the holiday season.
The Stone Harbor Borough Council will go into closed session on Tuesday afternoon to discuss a potential settlement regarding affordable housing. All communities in the State are being mandated by the courts to meet various affordable housing obligations. Avalon will also discuss affordable housing at its Tuesday afternoon meeting.
Stone Harbor has hired an engineering firm to study the project involved with burying electrical transmission lines in its community. Any effort to bury transmission lines in the town is likely to cost tens of millions of dollars and also likely would not receive any financial participation from Atlantic City Electric who put new steel…
Stone Harbor voters went to the polls on Tuesday to return three incumbents to Borough Council in uncontested elections. Joselyn Rich and Karen Lane each return to Council for additional terms, while Raymond Parzych earns a term as well. Republicans control the Stone Harbor Borough Council.
Stone Harbor’s borough council will meet Tuesday afternoon and could take final action on a bond that would finance a new building for the police department. Council is expected to go into closed session to discuss employment issues.
Stone Harbor Police have announced several street closings that will be in effect for a little over a week for various street repaving operations. Sections of Corinthian Drive, 98th Street, Sunset Drive, and 111th Street are among the streets to be repaved in the Borough.
Stone Harbor’s Borough Council will meet Tuesday and will consider some major changes to the construction schedules in the community. Council will discuss potential ordinance changes that would prohibit demolitions from July 1st through Labor Day. Council may also discuss the prohibition of Sunday construction from July 1st through early September.
A two-story home in Stone Harbor suffered significant damage during a fire on Sunday. Local fire departments were called to the scene of a fire on 87th Street that caused significant damage to the home. There were no injuries; the cause of the fire remains under investigation.