City Council's Message
July 29, 2021
On July 16, City Council held a special meeting regarding the place-to-place transfer of Plenary Retail Consumption License Number 0509-33-009-004, which was held in Pocket Status by 42nd Place Liquor, LLC. During that meeting, Council approved the transfer of the license to the premises at 4000 Landis Avenue, and the transfer went into effect at 12:01 PM that same day.
At the start of the July 27 City Council meeting, Mayor Desiderio announced that the City will host a special “Chair of Honor” dedication ceremony” on September 17, which is POW-MIA Recognition Day. More information about that event will be forthcoming.
Following the Mayor’s comments, City Council adopted Ordinance 1673, which was written to establish several new summer recreation programs, including a day camp for children, a basketball clinic for teens, and three men’s basketball tournaments.
Each of the resolutions on the July 27 Consent Agenda was approved, including…
•Resolution 149, which authorized approval of a Grant Application for $122,280 in Federal funds administered by the State of New Jersey, as part of the Body Worn Camera Program for the Sea Isle City Police Department.
•Resolution 156, which allowed the Mayor to execute a settlement agreement in the Crowley-King lawsuit and accept a Grant of Conservation/Restriction, thus allowing the City to take possession of two (2) small parcels of land on 80th Street near the Bay, which will be used for conservation purposes.
•Resolution 162, which authorized the advertisement for bids for water well maintenance.
•Resolution 163, which authorized the advertisement for bids for road reconstruction on various streets in Sea Isle City, including Central Avenue (29th to 36th); 32nd, 33rd, 34th Streets (Landis to Central); and 56th, 57th and 58th Streets (Central to Sounds).
The next regular City Council meeting will take place at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, August 10, 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