Author Archives: snjdc10

Turnpike Authority: Expansion will be complete by Thanksgiving

A new and improved New Jersey Turnpike is just around the corner, right on time for the busy Thanksgiving travel season, according to the Turnpike Authority. By the time holiday traffic rolls around, drivers will have the full benefit of … Continue reading

Posted in News | Comments Off

100 miles of drip irrigation will dispose of Hammonton’s wastewater

To picture the amount of drip irrigation tubing being installed in the woods around the Boyer Avenue Recreation Complex, imagine 557,000 linear feet set out end-to-end. That’s about 100 miles of tubing. “Like a trip from here to North Jersey,” … Continue reading

Posted in News | Comments Off

ShopRite helps spur growth on West Landis Avenue in Vineland

A stretch of Landis Avenue may finally be turning into the economic corridor local officials hoped for years would develop. The good feeling regarding West Landis Avenue between Routes 55 and 47 is being spurred by the opening of the … Continue reading

Posted in News | Comments Off

More grants being approved to raise Sandy-damaged homes

More Sandy-affected homes are being raised and rehabilitated two years after the storm as more grants are made available to homeowners. The Federal Emergency Management Agency recently approved 236 elevation grants statewide, bringing the total to 696 grants worth a … Continue reading

Posted in News | Comments Off

Bond of $14.5 Million Will Fund County Projects

A $14.5-million bond is boring but necessary to keep Cape May County‘s roads paved, its buildings maintained and software in top working order. Freeholders introduced such a bond Aug. 26 that will fund all the above, with almost $1.7-million anticipated … Continue reading

Posted in News | Comments Off

Vineland’s Landis MarketPlace wins award from state for economic development

The Landis MarketPlace won a 2014 Excellence in Housing and Economic Development Awards for creating a downtown tourist destination. It was one of several winners that were announced by the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, the New Jersey … Continue reading

Posted in News | Comments Off

PSE&G projects power the economy, too

New Jersey’s largest utility says the $8.1 billion it is spending over 10 years on transmission projects is powering more than the electrical grid – it’s putting a lot of juice into the state’s economy. Public Service Electric & Gas … Continue reading

Posted in News | Comments Off

Woodbury approves ordinance targeting owners of vacant, abandoned homes

Woodbury’s City council approved an ordinance targeting owners of vacant and abandoned homes, requiring them to pay a fee for each year. The ordinance, which was introduced in July and approved unanimously on Tuesday, creates a registry of vacant and … Continue reading

Posted in News | Comments Off

Atlantic City announces plans for $270,000 in Sandy assistance; Atlantic County gets $30,000

Atlantic City will use $270,000 of its $345,000 Post-Sandy Planning Assistance Grant on five initiatives that will help make the city more resilient in future storms, New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Commissioner Richard E. Constable announced. The plans include … Continue reading

Posted in News | Comments Off

Sea Isle City Seeks Development of Public Land

The City of Sea Isle City owns vacant land on the bayside of the resort, located adjacent to the municipal marina and the Sea Isle Bridge, which is an ideal location for amusements or other forms of family entertainment. The … Continue reading

Posted in News | Comments Off