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Lower Township's Revaluation February 19th, 2010 Sometimes a municipality in New Jersey actually shows foresight and at the same time saves itself a lot of money. Such is the case recently in Lower Township, Cape May County. The township completed a full-blown revaluation in 2007, raising the to...
Our Blizzard Drama February 12th, 2010 The big blizzard of February 5-6th, 2010 dumped about 22 inches of snow on Cape May County, New Jersey. The wet, heavy snow paralyzed a peninsula that rarely receives more than 7 or 8 inches of snow in an entire winter. February 9-10th, another blizzard bl...
Feeding the Hungry in Cape May County February 11th, 2010 We just couldn't stand by any longer and do nothing about the hunger and nutrition problem here in Cape May County, New Jersey. It was time to act. In a county that has hundreds of multi-million dollar vacation homes overlooking the Atla...
Well, we are certainly having our share of snow this year. I've seen more snow in the last 2 weeks than I've seen in the 32 years I've lived in this area. Actually, I bought a hotel in Wildwood in 1978 during a big storm that dropped over 2 feet of snow and the agent had to carry me over the dr...
RIP New Jersey COAH February 2nd, 2010 A New Jersey State Senate bill recently introduced would abolish the Council on Affordable Housing (COAH), taking implementation of low and moderate income housing standards from the state and putting it in the hands of municipalities. It's about time. COAH...