City Council's Message
September 23, 2021
The members of City Council attended Sea Isle City’s annual Patriot Day ceremony on September 11 and POW-MIA Recognition Day ceremony on September 17 – and we were very happy to support such important community events.
During City Council’s September 14 meeting, two ordinances were introduced with first reading…
• Ordinance 1674, which is a bond ordinance in the amount of $980,000 that will provide for various utility improvements.
• Ordinance 1675, which is a bond ordinance in the amount of $2,805,000 that will provide for various capital improvements, including improved drainage, new equipment for the Police and Fire Departments, and roadway improvements on Pleasure Avenue (JFK to 38th), 40th Street (Central to Kneass), Kneass Street (JFK to 38th), Sounds Avenue (56th to 59th), Central Avenue (56th to 69th), 75th Street (west end) and 89th Street (east end).
Each of the resolutions on the September 14 Consent Agenda was approved, including…
• Resolution 182, which authorized a contract renewing Sea Isle City’s membership in the Atlantic County Joint Insurance Fund.
• Resolution 183, which confirmed Mayor Desiderio’s appointment of Richard (Jerry) Rutledge as Director of Public Works.
• Resolution 184, which authorized a Shared Services Agreement between the City and the Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority for solid waste disposal and recycling services.
• Resolution 193, which authorized a contract in the amount of $662,547 with Think Pavers, of Mount Royal, NJ, for roadway reconstruction on various streets in Sea Isle City, including 56th Street (Central to Sounds Avenue), 57th Street (Central to Sounds), 58th Street (Central to Sounds), and Roberts Avenue (56th to 57th Street).
City Council’s next meeting will take place at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, September 28, inside Council Chambers on the third floor of City Hall. –We hope to see you there!
Best Regards from the Members of City Council,
Council President Jack Gibson