The Cape May City Council took a strong stand against pending New Jersey state legislation at their meeting on Monday. City Council voted unanimously to oppose legislation that would cap certain municipal user fees at 2 percent. City Manager Bruce MacLeod says that Cape May collects 48 percent of it’s revenue from sources other than local-purpose taxes. Those sources include beach fees, parking meters and room taxes. The pending state bills have been approved by the Senate, but are still at the committee level in the Assembly.