Stone Harbor appears to poised to join the Cape May County joint dispatch operations. A resolution appears on the Council agenda Tuesday afternoon that will allow Stone Harbor to become the latest community involved in County dispatch. Stone Harbor will need to break away from a current agreement that permits Avalon to handle dispatching services…
Stone Harbor has advertised to find a new Business Administrator. Current administrator Jill Gougher is retiring in early 2020 and the search is on for her replacement. Applications will be accepted through September 24th.
Stone Harbor will again provide the backdrop for the Philadelphia Flyers “Trial by the Isle” event. Thursday, rookies will be coming to Stone Harbor for an annual community event that includes an autograph session and a volleyball game.
More communities are now banning single use plastic bags to help better the environment. In Cape May County, only Avalon and Stone Harbor have banned the bags. Beach Haven became the latest beach town to ban the bags this week.
Stone Harbor will swear in a new member of Council on Tuesday. Frank Dallahan will fill an unexpired term on the governing body. Three liquor licenses are also up for renewal, and the Borough intends to purchase a new fire truck. Tuesday’s meeting begins at 4:30pm.
A resignation on the Stone Harbor Borough Council. Robert Levins announced that he is resigning from Council just several months after winning an election. Levins resigned as of the first of May; Council is expected to appoint a new member in the coming weeks.
Stone Harbor officials announced that South Jersey Gas will be doing some work in Borough streets this week. On Monday, work will be done on 120th Street, and for the rest of the week, some work will be done on the southerly limits of Second Avenue. The utility is going gas main improvements on the…
Stone Harbor’s Villa Maria by the Sea retreat building will be torn down. The Press of Atlantic City reports that a portion of the four acre property will be sold off, and a new energy efficient building will replace the larger retreat building. The retreat has been in existence since 1937.
Stone Harbor is set to adopt a new municipal budget Tuesday afternoon. The new budget will include a small tax increase for residents and result in $12.1 million to be raised via taxation. Council is expected to introduce a couple of bonds at today’s meeting, which begins at 4:30pm.
Stone Harbor will consider a large bond ordinance during its meeting on Tuesday. Council will consider a bond ordinance that will finance some capital purchases, including a trash truck, firefighting equipment, security cameras, along with back bay dredging work.