At the start of the November 22 City Council meeting, Mayor Desiderio explained that he recently met with the local surf-fishing and surfing communities to discuss fishing regulations along our shoreline, and an agreement was made that will accommodate everyone who wants to use Sea Isle City’s beaches. The mayor also stated that he is continuing to focus on ways to curb the challenges created by juveniles and others gathering in large groups during the summer season, and he will keep everyone updated as new developments occur.
The following two ordinances were adopted (after their second reading) during the November 22 City Council meeting...
• Ordinance 1690, which was written to amend the rules related to setbacks on new construction homes by adjusting the size of “bump-out” architectural features. Prior to being adopted, this ordinance was reviewed by the Sea Isle City Planning Board.
• Ordinance 1691, which established a city-wide dune line, based on project designs created by the Philadelphia District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Each of the resolutions on the November 22 Consent Agenda was approved, including...
• Resolution 207, which authorized the issuance of a License to Conduct Amusement Games at Boardwalk Casino.
• Resolution 208, which authorized the issuance of a License to Conduct Amusement Games at Island Breeze Casino.
• Resolution 209, which ratified a Separation Agreement and General Release between the City of Sea Isle City and Sergeant William Bradshaw.
• Resolution 212, which designated license plate reader cameras (previously used by the Sea Isle City Police Department) as surplus property and authorized their sale online.
• Resolution 213, which authorized the City’s 2023 Fireworks Shows on July Fourth and New Year’s Eve.
City Council will host a Capital Plan Workshop (which the public is welcome to attend) on Tuesday, December 13, at 1:00 PM inside Council Chambers, where Council will discuss Sea Isle City’s 5-Year Capital Plan and future projects.
Council President Mary Tighe