Stone Harbor’s government will reorganize on Tuesday afternoon, and the governing body will swear in four members to Council seats. Jennifer Gensemer, Charles Krafczek, Reese Moore, and Frank Dallahan will all be sworn in to various terms of office. A new council will president will also be selected.
The cost of a day at the beach is going up in Stone Harbor in 2020. The municipality announced on its website that the price for in-season beach tags sold after May 31st will rise to $30. Pre-season purchases will save five dollars.
Stone Harbor has completed the move of its communication services to County dispatch. Stone Harbor is the latest community to join the service, which is located in Lower Township. Stone Harbor had an agreement with Avalon; Avalon may transition over to County dispatch in the new year.
Stone Harbor officials announced that they had to send out corrected water and sewer bills this month. A computer system caused an error in the billing, and a revised billing was mailed out on November 13th. Residents can go to the Borough website to get information to find out exactly what they owe.
Fire crews from Stone Harbor were called out late Tuesday night to battle a blaze located in an apartment building at 88th Street and Third Avenue in the community. The fire started shortly before midnight on the second floor of the building before spreading to a third floor. There are no reports of injuries.
Stone Harbor’s council held a special meeting Thursday to formally reject a plan that would have topped sand and vegetation from dunes for a mini beach fill project. Stone Harbor is handcuffed for a hydraulic fill in part due to a restriction to use sand in Hereford Inlet imposed by Fish and Wildlife..even though millions…
Stone Harbor police officers will be wearing pink badges through the month of October. The police department announced on social media that members will wear pink badges to support National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Stone Harbor’s council meets Tuesday afternoon and is expected to discuss a plan with state and federal reps to lower some dunes in order to put fresh sand on the beach. Stone Harbor is handcuffed by an environmental decision not to take sand out of Hereford Inlet for a traditional hydraulic beach fill. This alternate…
Stone Harbor will receive a status report on its beaches Tuesday afternoon from Stockton University. Stone Harbor is in line for some beach work, but cannot get a hydraulic beach fill due to restrictions in the Hereford Inlet borrow area. Council meets Tuesday at 4:00pm.
Stone Harbor will be the next community to join County joint dispatch. Borough Council met last week and approved the move to the joint dispatch system and bought all of the new equipment that will be needed for the move. Stone Harbor currently has its dispatching done by Avalon.