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Quick update on Klause and Palmer Development property condemnation process. The city has deposited with the court the required funds for the acquisition of the properties through the condemnation process. Both property owners have petitioned the court for withdrawal of the funds in accordance with state law. Back in August,
July 26, 2019 Dear Friends, City Council last night authorized a contract for ACT Engineers to develop a Flood Mitigation and Drainage Master Plan. The city has now completed major drainage projects in three of the island’s most flood-prone neighborhoods. We have invested more than $20 million in these efforts
I need help understanding the debate about the Ocean City Ethics Board. I understand the question: Is it a redundant waste of taxpayer dollars, or a community watchdog to hold elected legislators, administration officials, and city connected businesses accountable? No one disagrees with its purpose. But is it working? Mixed
The Ocean City school district was approved for the School Choice program this year and accepted 10 out of district students for the 9th and 10th grades. The school board then voted to accept 30 new students for next year’s class. However, because of the large number of applications, at
As you’ll recall the City spent $2.1 million for the boardwalk lot purchase in June over our strenuous objections that we were paying too much. Initially described as 40 to 50 parking spaces it turned out to be 40. The new boardwalk lot is adjacent to an existing Ocean City
The Ocean City Board of Education hired 61 year old, Ocean City resident, William Boyle, as the interim principal for the intermediate school. He has experience in the Cape May County, and State Dept of Special Education and also served as the director of special services for Ocean City school.
To the Editor: I hate to talk shop about my own profession, but I love to listen to other people talk about theirs. It’s like being introduced to a new world. The Council workshop on the Fireman/EMT issue was fascinating because we heard various perspectives on a given set of
The Honorable Dr. Jeff Van Drew, Senator The Honorable Nelson Albino, Assemblyman The Honorable Matthew W. Milam, Assemblyman 21 North Main Street. Cape May Court House, NJ 08210 Gentlemen: Your recent March 11, 2008 was most appreciated. Your 7-point plan is a small beginning to addressing the root cause of