Wildwood commissioners laud local businesses

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WILDWOOD – Two local businessmen were honored for their contribution to improving the city during the Nov. 27 meeting of the Board of Commissioners.

“They’ve done quite a bit not only to improve their neighborhood, but to also improve the town,” said Mayor Ernie Troiano, Jr. during the presentation of a certificate to William Helm, owner, and Michael Young, manager, of the Ship N’ Shore Bar.

The business, located at 434 W. Montgomery Ave., has been an institution Wildwood for more than 70 years.

“If you evaluate the history of the Ship N’ Shore, you’d certainly know what it once was and what it has become,” said Troiano. “And we’d like to recognize the Ship N’ Shore and its management for really stepping up to the plate and doing an outstanding job in not only improving the facility but the quality of life in the neighborhood. It’s people like you who make this town and community a much better place not only to live in but to have fun in.”

On behalf of the three city commissioners, a certificate was given to Helm and Young noting their hard work and investment in improving the Ship N’ Shore property, thereby increasing the overall attractiveness and appeal of the neighborhood.

Commissioners also planned to recognize the owner of the Dog Tooth Bar and Grill and Ala Moana Motel for their work, but due to the Thanksgiving holiday, neither owner was present at the meeting.


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