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Freeholders Extend Lease for Cape May County Chamber of Commerce

Published Friday, July 19, 2019
COURT HOUSE – By resolution at the July 9, freeholders' meeting, the board unanimously approved to extend the ground lease agreement with the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce. According to a release, the county first entered into a lease agreement with the County Chamber in 1971 for the land located at 13 Crest Haven Road in Court House. The more»

2nd Congressional District Representative Van Drew to Speak at County Chamber Meeting

Published Thursday, July 18, 2019
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ—The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce will hold its Annual Legislative Update sponsored by Comcast on Thursday August 15 at Icona, Avalon with Congressman Jeff Van Drew. In addition to representing the 2nd Legislative District of New Jersey, Congressman Van Drew Van Drew has been appointed to the Committee on Natural more»

Senator Andrzejczak to Speak at Cape May County Chamber Meeting July 18

Published Friday, July 5, 2019
Cape May Court House, N.J. — The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce will host Senator Bob Andrzejczak at the organization’s July 18 meeting held at The Shore Club. “Senator Andrzejczak will give Chamber members an update on state legislative issues concerning the 1st District, especially those included, or not included like a more»

Pallone says battle against offshore drilling in a 'state of limbo'

Published Wednesday, July 3, 2019
Rep. Frank Pallone says that the battle against the Trump Administration’s push for seismic blasting and drilling for oil and gas in the Atlantic Ocean is in a “state of limbo.” This comes after the Trump administration’s appeal of a federal judge blocking it from reopening the Obama-era 5-year plan to make oil and natural gas more»

June Meeting Speaker: Contamination Plagues Recycling

Published Wednesday, June 26, 2019
STONE HARBOR – Representatives from the Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority (CMCMUA) discussed the future of recycling plastics and protecting the coastal environment at the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce meeting at The Reeds at Shelter Haven June 20. John Conturo, solid waste program manager, CMCMUA, provided insight into the more»

Sidelined Offshore Oil Plan is Temporary Solution

Published Friday, April 26, 2019
— The Department of Interior is backtracking on their offshore oil plans in response to a federal judge’s ruling last month which confirmed that an Obama-era ban on drilling must be upheld until Congress passes legislation that says otherwise. U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt announced Thursday, April 25 a plan to indefinitely more»

Cape May County Chamber, NJBIA to host Minimum Wage Seminar

Published Thursday, April 18, 2019
Cape May Court House, N.J. — The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the New Jersey Business Industry Association (NJBIA) will host a seminar to help businesses understand how to implement the new $15 minimum wage law. This seminar will be held at the Cape May County campus of Atlantic Cape Community College on Wednesday, May 1 more»

Cape May County Chamber of Commerce Partners With Thomas Edison State Unviersity to Provide Affordable, Flexible Education_copy

Published Thursday, March 21, 2019
TRENTON, N.J. – Thomas Edison State University and the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce announce a partnership that will allow chamber employees, members and employees of member corporations to earn industry valued degrees at New Jersey’s premier University for adult higher education. The newly signed partnership allows the approximately 800 more»
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