Middle Township News Notes

Classes offered in Woodbine

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, February 02, 2014 06:45 pm

WOODBINE — The Neighborhood Outreach Center in Woodbine continues to offer High School Equivalency and English languages classes.

Classes are held from 9 a.m.-noon Monday through Friday at the Neighborhood Outreach Center at 308 Clay St. at St. Casimir’s Church, and one-on-one tutoring is available at other times.

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Free beach tags for vets being explored in Stone Harbor

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, February 02, 2014 12:46 pm

STONE HARBOR — This summer, military veterans may be able to visit the Stone Harbor beaches for free.

A new ordinance set to be introduced by the Stone Harbor Borough Council on Tuesday, Feb. 4, would provide free beach tags to those who have served in the armed forces. The ordinance is in response to Gov. Chris Christie’s approval of a state law on Jan. 21 that permits beach communities to offer free or reduced fee beach tags to veterans. 

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Middle Township gets lacrosse grant

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, January 31, 2014 08:22 pm

CAPE MAY COURT  HOUSE — The Middle Township Recreation Department has received grant through U.S. Lacrosse, the national governing body of lacrosse in the United States.

The grant program will provide equipment and benefits for the youth lacrosse programs in Middle Township before new season, set to begin on March 22.  Middle Township was one of 50 youth girls’ lacrosse programs in the United States to receive this grant.

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Animal control patrol in Dennis Township

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, January 31, 2014 03:42 pm

DENNIS TOWNSHIP — Shore Animal Control will patrol door-to-door in Dennis Township in February to ensure dogs have rabies vaccinations and are in compliance with the township license ordinance.

The township recently held its annual rabies clinic and began the process of licensing and registering dogs in the township. Rabies vaccinations are required by state law.

After Feb. 1, a late fee of $5 will be charged for each dog license.

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Guardian volunteers sworn in

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, January 26, 2014 02:46 pm

 CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Five Cape May County citizens answered the call to undergo intense training to become guardian volunteers.

Superior Court Judge J. Christopher Gibson on Jan. 17 swore in judiciary volunteers, Stanley Doniger and Margaret Doniger of Rio Grande, Elaine Makowski of Cape May Court House and Leonard Teofilak of Sea Isle City. The fifth volunteer is Janet Stielau of Avalon.  

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Middle Township supports dentistry project

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, January 23, 2014 10:46 am

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE—Middle Township is supporting an annual effort conducted by a local dental office that will provide free dental services to Cape May County residents.

Sunshine Dentistry will host a free dental care event through “Dentistry From The Heart” (DFTH) supporting Cape May County residents by providing free dental services to the first 100 people ages 18 or older on Friday, Feb. 7 between 6:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. at 109 West Atlantic Ave. in Cape May Court House.

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Woodbine council members sworn in for another term

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, January 10, 2014 01:00 am


Councilwoman Mary Helen Perez, middle, was sworn in for her second term by Cape May County Clerk Rita Marie Fulginiti on Sunday, Jan. 5. Perez is shown with her mother Maria Elena Cecilia, left.


 

Councilman Eduardo Ortiz, second from right, was sworn in for his seventh term, by Cape May County freeholder director Gerald Thornton, far right. Also pictured are wife Miriam and other family members.

 

Stone Harbor Borough Council reorganizes

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, January 09, 2014 07:49 pm

Barry Mastrangelo and Al Carusi have been sworn in to new 3-year terms on the Borough Council during the meeting Tuesday, Jan. 7, at Borough Hall. 

“It’s a pleasure to welcome Barry and Al back on to the Stone Harbor Borough Council,” said Mayor Suzanne Walters.  “Both Barry and Al bring leadership, management, and ideas that will help make Stone Harbor a terrific place to live and vacation in 2014 and beyond.”

Mastrangelo is starting his fifth term and was unanimously appointed council president for one year, and Carusi begins his second term on council.

   

Woodbine Municipal Alliance to meet

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, January 05, 2014 06:28 pm

 WOODBINE — The Woodbine Municipal Alliance will hold its quarterly meeting Jan. 14, starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Woodbine municipal building.

“I encourage all those interested in learning about and possibly helping with the outreach programs of the Woodbine Municipal Alliance to attend this meeting and share your input,” said Mayor William Pikolycky.

The meeting will be held at 501 Washington Ave. and is open to the public.

 
 

New contract for recycling and trash in Woodbine

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, December 31, 2013 01:00 am

WOODBINE — Borough Council recently awarded a $390,000 5-year contract for trash and recycling collection.

Blue Diamond Disposal of Woodbine will handle the two services for Woodbine.

“We are particularly pleased that this is the beginning of single-stream collection for the Borough. Starting on Jan. 6, 2014, both trash and recycling will be collected on Mondays,” Mayor William Pikolycky said. “While trash and recycling must be separated, there will now only be the need to set out cans one day a week. This will result in a cost savings to the Borough and also be more convenient for our residents.”

   

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