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West Cape May - I noticed West Cape May repaved the cement entrance to the fire station. Also, the big parking area. I don't see any drainage areas on the site for the rainwater runoff. Isn't that a requirement for site... Read More
Publication Date: 11/21/2018
West Cape May - What happened to the three white crosses in the West Cape May park? Didn't they represent the three West Cape May residents who lost their lives overseas serving our country as brave veterans? Read More
Publication Date: 11/14/2018
West Cape May - It is becoming more apparent that new home owners in the borough of West Cape May look online more than in person before they purchase homes. They should be more educated with the ordinances and not just complain... Read More
Publication Date: 10/17/2018
West Cape May - Why is the serious mold situation in both Lower Cape May Regional High School and Richard M. Teitelman School not being addressed professionally? I would think officials would want the staff and students to have a... Read More
Publication Date: 10/03/2018
West Cape May - There are 84 students in West Cape May Elementary School this year. How many of them are true residents of our town? Do people really think that this school is worth keeping open? I am glad that the state doesn'... Read More
Publication Date: 9/19/2018
West Cape May - Kudos to Lower Township Rec. Department, youth football program and LCMR staff for utilizing the new, beautiful, indoor field house during the recent heat wave for all age groups. What a competitive advantage for the... Read More
Publication Date: 9/12/2018
West Cape May - All my life, I have owned dogs. It used to be one would not take a dog into a store for health reasons. Now, people put their pets in shopping carts where shoppers put their food. Recently, a dog was brought into an... Read More
Publication Date: 8/29/2018
West Cape May - I read that a pop-up beer garden is planned for Aug. 23 at Cape May Point State Park. Would this be setting a precedence for having alcoholic beverages in a state park? Read More
Publication Date: 8/29/2018
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West Cape May - Amazing that vehicles, bicycles, and pedestrians are expected to share the roads in Cape May. The condition of at least a dozen streets is almost comical. Potholes have overcome the streets, it looks like the asphalt... Read More
Publication Date: 8/08/2018
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