"COMING SOON" You will be able to pay your property tax
and utility bills on line. Please watch this site for more
information and for the actual start-up date. THANK YOU.
To Our Residents: In response to questions about the
proposed bond #534 (2014) for certain capital improvements
in the Borough, these are the items that we are in desperate
need of and will be able to aquire with the passage of this
Acquire message sign at foot of bridge, est. max. cost
Repave various streets not limited to the 500 block of
Magnolia Ave. est. max. cost $150,000
Reconstruction of 500 block of Poplar Ave., est. max. cost.,
$231,000 with $173,000 reimbursed by the State of N.J.
Reconstruction of manholes and roadways on various
streets, est. max cost, $85,000
Acquisition of an emergency generator for Borough Buildings
est. max. cost $50,000
Acquisition of Police in-car/body camera and video system,
est. max. cost $37,500.
WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT IN THIS VERY
WEST WILDWOOD FIRE DEPT. Open house
will be held on August 9, 2014, from 1:00pm
to 5:00pm. Everyone is welcome, food, games
for kids. Meet the members of our department
as well as our Ladies Aux.
Warning From Atlantic City Electric - Be careful of scammers posing as third party energy suppliers who may be sending you fake utility bills via e-mail. They request that you click on your computer to a certain link which might possibly infect your computer with a virus or malware. If you wish to pay online please do so by visiting, atlanticcityelectric.com. If you are the least bit uncomfortable about any type of solicitation for electric bill payment, call the electric company immediately at 1-800-642-3780
Please Be Advised That All Yard Waste, Grass Cippings, Branches, Must Be
Put At Your Curb In Paper Bags, Not Plastic. Thank You.
SANDY RECOVERY SURVEY
ARE YOU NOW OR WERE YOU AT ONE TIME
DISPLACED FROM YOUR HOME BY SANDY?
WE NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU !
PLEASE PARTICIPATE IN OUR SURVEY AT:
YOUR PARTICIPATION WILL HELP ENSURE THAT THE CONCERNS OF THOSE MOST IMPACTED
BY SUPERSTORM SANDY WILL REMAIN IN THE PUBLIC EYE.
This project is being conducted by the Monmouth University Polling Institute and is supported by the New Jersey Recovery Fund of the Community Foundation of New Jersey. The Fund is focused on bold, long-term solutions that promote economic vitality, healthy ecosystems, strong and engaged communities, government transparency and a fair distribution of recovery resources.
The above survey can be printed from the Attachments below "SANDY RECOVERY SURVEY"
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2014 09:15|
THE NEXT BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 2014 @ 7:00 pm IN BORO HALL
Office of the
701 W. Glenwood Ave.
W. Wildwood, NJ 08260