Gibson plans to seek SIC Council seat

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SEA ISLE CITY – Former Assemblyman Jack Gibson plans to run for City Council this year.

He’s planning to announce his candidacy at a press conference on Monday morning, March 4, in front of the former Sea Isle city Elementary School, which is now serving as the temporary City Hall.

 Gibson, 79, is a lifelong Sea Isle City resident.

Gibson served six terms as a Republican member of the state Assembly, serving 12 years over a 14 year period.  He lost his last assembly race to Nelson Albano in 2005.

Sea Isle City had a three member commission form of government up until 2007, when by referendum it was changed. There is now a mayor and a five member City Council. 


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