UPPER TOWNSHIP – Upper Township Committee members said last week that they would ask the United State Postal Service (USPS) to again consider consolidating Zip Codes here in the wake of a misdirected 911 call that delayed response to a stroke victim almost an hour.They are also asking residents to tell dispatchers they live in Upper Township when calling in an emergency.Tom Henry, of Seaville, said at the May 8 committee meeting that he waited 50 minutes for an ambulance to arrive after his...
SEA ISLE CITY – The city’s 55th annual Skimmer Festival Weekend will be held Saturday and Sunday, June 17-18 over Father’s Day weekend.The festival derives its name from the turn-of-the-century straw hats also known as boater hats that gentlemen often wore during the summer months.The festival begins with a Seaside Market from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. along the Promenade, where 350 vendors will sell a wide variety of home goods, clothing, fishing gear, children's toys, pottery and artwork.
STRATHMERE – Officials said last week that they didn’t want to hear any excuses, but just want to see the new boat ramp on Bayview Drive in Strathmere complete.“It’s starting to get a little annoying,” Mayor Richard Palombo said at the May 30 meeting of Upper Township Committee. “Now is the time to use the boat ramp. It needs to be a priority.”Palombo said the township gave the contactor extra time when he was worried about winter weather.
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Selecting a term
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