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Council Agenda: Land for American Legion and More

first_imgProposed site for a new American Legion post at the corner of 46th Street and West Avenue in Ocean City, NJ. Proposed site for a new American Legion post at the corner of 46th Street and West Avenue in Ocean City, NJ.At its public meeting 7 p.m. Thursday (July 24) at City Hall in Ocean City, City Council has a full agenda and will consider rezoning the property currently occupied by the shuttered Palermo’s Family Market. But here are five other things that might be of interest:American Legion: City Council will consider the second and potentially final reading of an ordinance that would authorize leasing city-owned property to the American Legion for $1 a year, so it can build a bigger post in Ocean City. Read moreHousing Authority appointments: City Council will vote to appoint Bob Barr, Scott Halliday and Edmond Speitel to the Ocean City Housing Authority to replace three members who resigned in May. Read more about the resignations. Council also will vote to appoint Mike Hyson, Theresa Ifkovits and Robert McNeill to the Utility Advisory Commission; and Marjorie Brooks and Sara Allison Maas as alternate members of the Environmental Commission.Tourist Development Commission: City Council will consider the second reading of an ordinance that adds two non-voting members to the city’s Tourist Development Commission. The city administration said the change gives different segments of the business community better representation on the board.Beach Replenishment: City Council will consider the second reading of an ordinance that would grant easements on city-owned property in advance of a fall beach replenishment project for the south end. In the process of gathering easements from private landowners, the city obtained new parcels, making the ordinance necessary.Christian Brothers Retreat: Council will consider a resolution accepting a $15,000 payment in exchange for the use of an ADA accessible ramp at 27th Street during construction of duplexes at the demolished seaside retreat on the beachfront at 31st Street.See the complete agenda packet:Click Herelast_img read more

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