Cape May County Region
Written by Alex Davis Friday, January 31, 2014 03:06 pm
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP – Consolidation of the county’s emergency dispatch has languished for 25 years.
The idea came up again and again, but municipal governments didn’t seem interested.
This year, things seem to be taking shape.
Written by Staff Reports Friday, January 31, 2014 01:00 am
NEWARK – With Super Bowl XLVIII fast approaching, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs reminds New Jersey sports fans, and those planning on coming to the Garden State for the big game, to beware of opportunistic scams that have been known to occur during major sports events.
Written by Claire Lowe Thursday, January 30, 2014 04:33 pm
MAYS LANDING – The U.S. Senate Thursday, Jan. 30 approved a bill 67-32 that would delay increases to premiums under the National Flood Insurance Program for four years.
The bill, authored by New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez, is a modeled after bipartisan House legislation authored by Reps. Michael Grimm of New York, Maxine Waters of California, Cedric Richmond of Louisiana and Frank LoBiondo of New Jersey.
Written by Claire Lowe Wednesday, January 29, 2014 01:31 pm
NEWARK – A week after New Jersey terminated a multimillion-dollar contract with the firm hired last year to oversee a grant program aimed at helping homeowners after Hurricane Sandy, U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey is insisting HUD and state officials attend to growing complaints from New Jersey families, who were devastated by Sandy and are still waiting for federal aid.
Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, January 28, 2014 07:55 pm
On Tuesday, Jan. 28, the Cape May County Board of Freeholders introduced a $1.38.9 million budget, which would raise the tax rate by less than half-a-cent. Last year's tax rate was 20 cents.
Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton attributes part of the tax increase to the continued loss in ratables. In five years, the county lost more than $8.1 billion in ratables – about a 15 percent reduction.
Written by Bill Barlow Tuesday, January 28, 2014 04:18 pm
Assurances are that applications for elevation funding will continue to move forward
With little explanation or notice, New Jersey ended a multimillion-dollar contract with the firm hired last year to oversee a grant program aimed at helping homeowners after Hurricane Sandy.
Written by Staff Reports Sunday, January 26, 2014 01:00 am
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The Wilmington VA Mobile Outreach Van will be coming to Cape May County each month to assist the county’s veterans.
The van will be at the Wildwood American Legion Post 184, 4200 Atlantic and Roberts avenues, Wildwood, on the first Tuesday of each month from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. starting Tuesday, Feb. 4.
Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, January 21, 2014 02:32 pm
Atlantic City Electric is reporting that there are several municipalities in Atlantic and Cape May counties already experiencing power outages because of the winter storm.
Written by Alex Davis Tuesday, January 21, 2014 09:35 am
Cape May County road crews are preparing for a major winter storm expected early Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning.
Written by Alex Davis Monday, January 20, 2014 06:59 pm
$30M project to include offices, courtroom and more
A new approximately $30 million jail in Cape May County won’t just eliminate the long-standing problem of overcrowding at the current 33-year-old facility in Middle Township, officials say.
Thousands of dollars will be saved by having a courtroom at the jail, as well, according to officials. Inmates will also do laundry for county departments. Plans call for a hospital-type of suite at the jail as well.
Written by Alex Davis Monday, January 20, 2014 05:52 pm
Garbage hauled to the Cape May County landfill doesn’t completely go to waste.
In the late 1990s, officials wanted to capture the energy coming from the decaying organic matter at the landfill at 2050 Route 610, Woodbine. So, the county’s MUA decided to use the gases generated, like methane, to supply natural gas to the Woodbine Developmental Center.
Written by Christie Rotondo Thursday, January 09, 2014 01:16 pm
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie asserted that he had no knowledge one of his top aides had ordered lane closures on the George Washington Bridge in the fall during a press conference Thursday, Jan. 9. However, he did say he was responsible for the conduct of his staff.
- War of words at historical society in Cape May County
- Local families impacted by Sandy get special gifts
- Group helps Sandy victims rebuild
- Officers to graduate from Cape May County Police Academy
- New law gives New Jersey school board candidates until July to file
- Local brewers offer an eye opener for the New Year
- We’ve moved
- Fireside volunteers take in Coast Guard recruits for Christmas
- Two Cape May County students graduate Academy of Culinary Arts
- One way to see a white Christmas
- Cape and Atlantic county towns recognized for flood protection improvements
- 25 in Cape May County charged in child support sweep
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