Posted on July 27, 2015
By Claire Lowe, Shore News Today
Ocean City Council will consider a $2.7 million bond ordinance for beach replenishment and lagoon dredging when it meets 7 p.m. Thursday, July 23 in City Hall, Ninth Street and Asbury Avenue.
The ordinance, up for introduction, includes $1.35 million for improvements to the Ocean City beachfront and bayfront including a beachfront replenishment project in conjunction with the US Army Corps and the state of New Jersey, as well as bayfront and lagoon dredging to include permitting, dredging and removal of spoils from CDFs; $1.015 million for improvement of various streets, alleys, and drainage systems based on the city’s road rating system including associated professional services; and $328,000 for the purchase of communications and technology equipment including public safety radio replacements and system upgrades
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