Turtle fence to be expanded

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP – A turtle fence will be expanded along Stone Harbor Boulevard in Middle Township.

During a meeting Monday, March 19, Middle Township Committee authorized The Wetlands Institute to expand the fence.

The fence will extend to the western side of Stone Harbor Manor, which is a development in the township. The fence will consist of 6-inch tube kept in place by wooden stakes.

Wetlands Institute executive director Lenore Tedesco could not be immediately reached for comment.

The Wetlands Institute is at 1075 Stone Harbor Blvd.

In other matters, the Township Committee:

• awarded a bid to Future Mining of Middle Township for disposal of recyclable materials, and to be able to pick up materials or get them delivered from the Class B recycling facility. Future Mining is a subsidiary of family-owned Albrecht & Heun.

• appointed George B. Neidig Jr. as municipal court judge for Middle Township and Woodbine municipal courts. His term will be for three years, with an annual salary of $35,000 and a $7,000 stipend each year for Woodbine municipal court service. He had previously served as municipal court judge.

• ratified a shared service agreement to put a school resource officer at the Cape May County Technical School District. The agreement runs from Sept. 1, 2012, through June 30, 2015. The school resource officer comes from the Middle Township Police Department.

• acknowledged the resignation of William Hammerstein as a part-time public works laborer. He will be replaced.

• acknowledged the resignation of Special Class II police officer Phillip Rossi.


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