WILDWOOD – Wildwood city commissioners told local landlords last week to take care of their properties and keep drug dealers out, or risk having their mercantile licenses revoked.
VENTNOR – A handful of residents and city officials heard a preliminary report from Senior Research Associate Stacy Krause of Rutgers University Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy Tuesday, June 9. The report will make recommendations on how Ventnor can become more storm…
MARGATE – Margate officials have decided that instead of losing points in the National Flood Insurance Program’s Community Rating System, the city will work to increase those points in an effort to give homeowners an additional 5 percent discount on the annual cost of flood insurance.
EGG HARBOR CITY – An ordinance to increase the registration fee for the issuance of housing permits for rental properties was met with opposition by City Council candidate and landlord Manya Medrala at the City Council meeting on Thursday, May 28.
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Fox & Roach, Realtors recently honored sales associates from the Margate Office with a Leading Edge Society Award for their excellent sales performance for 2014, placing them in the top 7 percent of agents in the national BHHS network. Sales associates ho…
BRIGANTINE–The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency has increased the amount and the number of months the Rental Assistance Program provides homeowners with financial assistance for temporary housing while their primary residences undergo repair or elevation.
CAPE MAY – Cape May City Council voted 4-0 Wednesday to appoint former councilman Jack Wichterman to the council seat vacated March 3 by the resignation of Jerry Inderwies Jr.
WILDWOOD- City officials are vowing to clean up the city with strict code enforcement to ensure landlords of rental properties are providing safe and decent living conditions for their tenants and well-maintained properties.
BRIGANTINE– Senate President Stephen Sweeney introduced legislation this week to increase the efficiency, transparency and accountability in the disbursement of aid to the tens of thousands of New Jersey residents whose lives were upended by Superstorm Sandy.
"They've been running it as an insurance industry would run it. An insurance industry is looking to mitigate claims, not to make people whole."
WASHINGTON, DC – New Jersey Congressmen Frank Pallone, Jr. and Frank LoBiondo joined with colleagues on Tuesday, Feb. 24 to launch the Congressional Coastal Communities Caucus, a bipartisan group designed to highlight the unique concerns of those that live, work, and do business along Americ…
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — A Cape May County Superior Court judge heard testimony Thursday, Feb. 5 from attorneys representing Marina Bay Towers, a seven-story, low-income senior housing development in North Wildwood, and its residents, who filed suit against the owners in order to have repairs …
Thanks to the work of local governments, many properties that were once in the area in the restrictive V zone are now being moved into the A zone, according to updated flood insurance rate maps released last week.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Residents along the bay shoreline face steep increases in flood insurance if preliminary flood zone maps by the Federal Emergency Management Agency are approved, a coastal geologist said last week.