The Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority is replacing and rehabilitating the force mains that carry wastewater to the treatment plant on the bay at 45th Street. The work will be on 31st Street from Haven Avenue to Bay Avenue and Bay Avenue from 31st Street to Eighth Street.
Details follow for construction work scheduled during the week of Sept. 23 to 27.
This stunning open bayfront home takes your breath away from the moment you enter the grand foyer; as you continue on the first floor you will notice a spacious floor plan with the living room and large gourmet kitchen capturing the magnificent open bay and sunset views. Additionally on the first floor you will find a separate media room as well as an ensuite bedroom and a powder room. Following the custom built staircase the second floor offers an expansive master suite with endless views, a master bathroom designed to mimic a spa retreat double walk-in closets and more. There are four additional large ensuite bedrooms on the second floor. The entire home is appointed with the finest finishes including custom trim throughout 4 large decks, a fully raised ground floor offering immense parking and storage, an elevator which services all three floors and a fixed pier with direct water access on an expansive 60 x 100 bayfornt property.
Just as we take steps to keep ourselves healthy through the changing of the seasons, we need to do the same with our home. Heating and air conditioning units that aren’t properly maintained and cleaned can cause additional allergens and particles to circulate around your home.
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After a cool morning for the start in Cherry Hill, it was unequivocally hot on the other side of the state by Saturday afternoon, where the 75-mile MS City to Shore Ride ended near the Boardwalk in Ocean City.
By early afternoon, riders were pouring over the Route 52 Causeway, where one traffic lane had been reserved for bicyclists. At the foot of the bridge, Ocean City Police periodically blocked traffic for the bikes to make a left for the final stretch to the finish line at Fifth Street behind Ocean City High School.
Thousands participated in the race, which has become a September tradition in the seaside resort.