From the City of Sea Isle City
May 3, 2012
If you drive through town,
it’s easy to see that we still have many City projects currently underway,
including road work on Central and Landis Avenues, the construction of our new Welcome Center on JFK Boulevard and the creation of a new
parking lot where our former Library and Beach Tag Office once stood. In the
weeks ahead, we will also be working on other projects, including the
installation of four-way stop signs on Central Avenue at 59th and 63rd Streets,
which will increase pedestrian safety near Dealy Field. Once again, I would
like to thank everyone for their patience and cooperation during these recent
As the summer season
approaches, more and more exciting events are taking place in Sea Isle City. In the weeks ahead, look for the
Police Unity Tour to roll into town on May 10, which will be highlighted by a
special ceremony honoring Officer Michael “Mickey” Cullinane, who died in the
line of duty here in Sea
in 1992. Then, on May 12, the Karl Boehret Surf Fishing Tournament will take
place, as will Sea Isle’s city-wide Yard Sale, hosted by the Chamber of
Commerce and Revitalization. During that same weekend, the Chamber will also
host their 2012 Mother’s Day Shopping event on May 12-13, which will include
discounts at businesses throughout town.
One week later, May 19
promises to be our busiest Saturday this spring, thanks to the Garden Club’s
annual Flower Sale and a variety of other activities taking place during Sea
Isle’s Community Day, which will include a Shredding Event hosted by 1st Bank
of Sea Isle City, discounted rides at Funland Amusement Park, a Saturday
morning City Council meeting, a public bicycle auction, a Real Estate Fair, and
the opportunity to meet City Department heads and other community leaders, who
can tell you all about what’s happening in town.
Following Community Day,
the Environmental Commission’s annual Turtle Party will take place on Sunday,
May 20, at the Lobster Loft Restaurant. Then, before we know it, it will be
Memorial Day Weekend, which will feature the Tri-For-Our-Vets Triathlon, a
Sidewalk Sale at the T.I. Civic Center
and our yearly Memorial Day Ceremony at Veterans Park.
Be sure to read the “Did You Know” section below or visit www.seaislecitynj.us
to learn more about our upcoming events.
This spring, you will also notice that many new businesses have opened their
doors here in Sea
In recent years, our town has experienced tremendous growth in our business
community, and our retail and restaurant options have never been more exciting.
In fact, during the past three years a total of 37 new businesses have joined
our “Sea Isle City Family of Merchants” – which is an amazing number! As we
grow, we will maintain our small town charm and strong sense of community, and
we will continually welcome all comers with open arms as we hold on to our
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Of course, not everyone
comes to Sea Isle just for our fantastic restaurants and abundant shopping
options. The beach is our biggest draw, and thanks to our recent beach
replenishment projects, our shoreline is wider and stronger than ever. If you
haven’t yet purchased your 2012 beach tags, keep in mind that seasonal tags
will be on sale at the pre-season rate of $20 until May 15. After May 15, the
price goes up to $25 – so buy your beach tags today (visit www.seaislecitynj.us
and click the “City Department” and “Beach Tag” tabs for more details).
In closing, I would like to
give a “shout out” to long time Sea
summer resident Sal Rose, who faithfully reads these bi-weekly E-Newsletters in
order to keep in touch with his favorite seashore community. I am looking
forward to seeing Sal and many other familiar faces in the months ahead, and I
am grateful to everyone who stays informed through Sea Isle’s E-News System. I
ask each of you to tell a friend about our E-Newsletters and E-Alerts, which
are a great way to learn all about the many events, projects and happenings
taking place in Sea
Smile…You’re in Sea Isle!
Mayor Leonard C. Desiderio
CITY COUNCIL MESSAGE:
City Council would like
to remind everyone that our next meeting, on Saturday, May 19, at 9:00 a.m.
(inside Council Chambers), will kick-off Sea Isle’s 2012 Community Day. There
will be many activities taking place during Community Day – so be sure to bring
the entire family!
During our last meeting on April 24, City Council unanimously passed the
Ordinance #1517, which made various changes to our parking regulations,
including an increase in meter fees to 25-cents for 15-minutes.
Ordinance #1518, which allowed us to use $85,000 of capital surplus funds for
Ordinance #1519, which will allow jitneys to operate in Sea Isle City this summer. This ordinance also
clarifies the licensing requirements for taxis.
By a 3-to-2 majority, City Council also passed Ordinance #1520, which will
allow the sale of alcohol on Sundays to begin at 10:00 a.m. versus the previous
time of 12 noon.
On April 24, City Council also thanked Mike’s Seafood Restaurant in Fish Alley
for supplying a luncheon to over 150 people who participated in the Spring Beach
Clean-up on April 21. Thanks to the members of the Sea Isle City Environmental
Commission, a record-breaking number of volunteers and Mike’s Seafood, the day
was a huge success and hundreds of pounds of debris were removed from our
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See you on May 19 during Community Day!
Best Regards from the Members of City Council
Please Note: As we head toward the summer, the
push is on to complete projects in advance of our busy tourist season. Our
objective continues to be to maintain and improve Sea Isle’s public assets and
infrastructure in order to provide our residents and visitors with the best
quality of life, and fulfill the City’s vision of Sea Isle as a premier
destination resort, while maintaining a small town, community atmosphere.
Phase 2 of Excursion Park,
Beach to Bay Corridor – This project involves streetscape
improvements to the public corridor along JFK Boulevard from the Promenade to Landis Avenue, and
widening of the sidewalks along each side of this corridor by 3 feet. The
contractor, Fred M. Schiavone Construction, is in the process of completing the
project. New energy efficient, decorative street lighting and bollard lighting
has been installed, and old utility poles were removed or replaced. Paver
sidewalk construction is now being completed, and the hanging flower baskets
are scheduled for installation in the next two weeks. The entire project will
be completed prior to the Memorial Day weekend.
Decorative Seat Wall at Excursion
Park – To improve the appearance of the
park and provide for additional seating, the City constructed a landscaping
masonry seat wall along the eastern edge of the grounds. The wall matches the
masonry work recently installed, and was built completely by in-house Public
Works forces. Please see photos below…
Demolition of Existing Library/Beach
Tag Facility and Conversion to Parking Lot – The old
library/beach tag building has been demolished. Concrete curb work has been
installed along JFK Boulevard,
and the site is being graded in preparation for asphalt paving. The parking lot
lighting will match that which was recently been installed on JFK Boulevard from Landis Avenue to
the Promenade. The project also includes landscaping and a 6-foot high fence
around the perimeter. Completion of the new lot is scheduled for the first half
of June, prior to Skimmer Weekend (June 16 and 17). Please see photos below…
Construction of Welcome
Center Addition to the Community Lodge
and Renovations of the Existing Lodge Facility and Site – The
contractor, R. Wilkinson and Sons, has framed the new Welcome Center
addition. The building envelope for the addition is scheduled to be completed
within the next three weeks, with opening of the Welcome Center
scheduled for June. The new handicapped access ramps along with interior
renovation work to the Community Lodge have been completed, and community
activities are once again taking place inside the lodge. The project is the
culmination of several years of public discussion about the need for a Welcome Center, as well as the need for
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Improvements to T.I. Park
– The contractor, Axios, Inc., is expected to substantially
complete the project this week. The project includes installation of new
decking on the ramps, stairs, and pavilion area; repainting of the pavilion;
and installation of new aluminum railings, providing for compliance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act. Access to the park is expected to be opened to
the public for the coming weekend.
Lagoon Dredging –
The current status of the project is as follows:
*The contractor, Wickberg Marine Contracting of Belford, NJ, is continuing with
construction of dike walls in the dredged material disposal area, located west
of the library adjacent to Rio Grande lagoon (Rio Grande is along 47th Place).
Dike construction is expected to be completed within the next week.
*Dredging of Rio Grande Lagoon and a portion of Rio Del Isole (along Venicean)
will take place during May and into June; with measures taken to avoid
disruption to boaters.
*Dredging work will not take place over most of the summer; and will
re-commence after Labor Day, when the remainder of the lagoons will be dredged.
The lagoons to be dredged are as follows:
Rio Grande (south side of 47th Place)
Rio Delle Stelle (between 46th and 47th Place)
Rio Delle Luna (between 45th and 46th Place)
Rio Del Amore (between 44th Street and 45th Place)
Rio Delle Isole (along Venicean Road)
Rio Del Barche (between 43rd Place and 44th Street)
Rio Del Affare (between 42nd and 43rd Place)
Rio Delle Ponte (along Park Road on either side of 43rd Place)
The project provides for the ability of private property owners adjacent to the
project area to enter into an agreement with the dredging contractor to dredge
their private slips (at the private owner’s expense). In conjunction with the
City project, properties at the above locations do have the required permit to
perform private slip dredging.
As part of this project, consistent with the commitment to afford the
opportunity to private property owners to have their slips dredged (at their
own expense), the City continues to work with the Army Corps of Engineers and
the NJ Department of Environmental Protection to obtain permits for previously
identified areas of need, including the western side of Venicean Road (along
the intracoastal waterway) and along Sounds Avenue in the area of 38th Street.
Permits for these areas are not expected to be obtained until late summer or
early fall, which will still allow time for these property owners to come to
agreement with the dredging contractor to have their slips dredged prior to
completion of the overall project.
Sewer and Road Reconstruction on Central Avenue (49th
to 69th Street) – The project has been contracted to the
firm of Lewandowski Construction Industries, Inc., of Waterford, NJ.
The project is being performed in two phases – the first being from 49th to 63rd Street, and
the second phase from 63rd to 69th
Street. The contractor will be required to cease
construction operations for the summer season and start back up after Labor
Day. Based on the current assessment of the project, utility work is expected
to be completed from 63rd Street
to 55th Street
prior to the coming summer. The road surface will be temporarily restored to
allow for vehicular travel with no detours or obstructions over the summer.
Trench paving work was completed last week from 63rd to 59th Street; with the remaining trench
paving to be performed before the project ceases operation for the summer. At
this point, all construction operations will be ceased by May 18th, and the
project area will be completely de-mobilized until operations resume in
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The remainder of phase one
(to 49th Street),
along with phase two (from 63rd to 69th
Street), will be completed in the fall, after
which the entire roadway will be resurfaced. The project will provide for an
upgraded sewer system and new road surface for the entire one mile stretch of roadway.
This section of sewer has been problematic for years, with continuous
maintenance issues; and this project will not only provide for appropriate
sewage infrastructure, it will assist in decreasing the amount of ground water
sent to the county sewage treatment plant, thus saving in unnecessary costs
associated with the treatment of “infiltration” water. Please see photos below…
Utility Reconstruction on Landis Avenue
(54th to 69th Street) – The project has been contracted to
F.W.Shawl & Sons of Marmora, NJ, and will provide for water and sewer line
replacement in advance of the County project to resurface Landis Avenue from
54th to 69th Street. To date, the contractor has installed hydrant services,
water main extensions out of several intersections, and new water services to
adjacent properties. Utility work will continue through the third week of May,
with work suspended through the summer, then resumed in the fall. The County is
scheduled to resurface Landis
Avenue from 54th to 69th Street either in the fall of 2012 or
spring of 2013. Intersections from 69th
Street to 63rd Street have been completed in regard
to water services, hydrants and water main extensions. Sanitary manholes have
been delivered with sanitary sewer installation complete near 61st and 60th
streets. Most of the sanitary sewer work will be completed in September. Trench
Restoration is on-going. Please see photos below…
Inflow and Infiltration (I & I)
Remediation – The firm of Video Pipe Services, Inc. of
Newfield, NJ, has substantially completed the project, which included internal
repairs of sewer pipelines and manholes throughout the City. The need for this
project was identified over the past several years through a comprehensive
investigation and analysis of the City’s sewer system. Sewer systems are prone
to both inflow (overland water entering the sewer system through manhole covers
and other surface openings in the system) and infiltration (entry of
groundwater into pipelines through cracks, deteriorated pipe, and pipe joints).
The effects of I & I are symptoms of deterioration of the sewer system that
must be corrected to avoid more problematic maintenance issues and potential
failure of the sewer system. I & I is also costly, in that the City must
pay for the unnecessary treatment of water that enters the sanitary sewer
system. This is the first phase of a multi-year citywide sewer maintenance and
improvement project that will ensure the continued viability of the City’s
vital sewer infrastructure. The next phase of I & I work will involve
replacement of sewer lines that cannot be corrected through internal “no-dig”
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and prepared for bidding and construction, we will provide updates on the
specific details of the projects.
Utility Reconstruction, Various Streets
– The project includes replacement of deteriorated underground utilities (water
and sewer) in several streets, as part of the City’s comprehensive road and
utility program. At the April 10th City Council meeting, the council authorized
award of a construction contract for the project to Garden State General
Construction, Inc., of Rio Grande, NJ, in the amount of $607,653.92. Last week,
a pre-construction conference was held, and the City and the contractor jointly
agreed that only test pit investigation would take place prior to the summer
season, to minimize disruption to our residents and visitors. The construction
work to perform the actual utility replacement will take place in the fall.
Following utility work, the streets will receive new surface paving. The
following streets are included in this project:
1. 50th Street,
2. 51st Street,
3. 60th Street,
to Central Avenue
4. 43rd Place
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5. 42nd Street,
6. 79th Street,
to Central Avenue
7. 60th Street,
to Beach End
JFK Boulevard Reconstruction, from Bridge to Landis Avenue (NO CHANGE
FROM PREVIOUS UPDATE) – The County has been working with the City for design of
the project to reconstruct and reconfigure JFK Boulevard from the bridge to Landis Avenue. The
project limits also include reconstruction of Landis Avenue from JFK Boulevard to 40th Street. The project scope will
include the addition of widened sidewalks, decorative lighting, streetscape
improvements and landscaping, drainage improvements, and elevation of the road
surface which will assist during times of flooding. The County Engineer and the
design engineering firm of Urban Engineers (which is under contract to the
County), along with the City Engineer, made a presentation on the JFK Boulevard
project on March 7, 2012, in council chambers, at which time those in
attendance were informed of the project details and the proposed timing of the
project. The meeting was attended by approximately 30 members of the public and
the media, with the opportunity for questions and concerns to be raised. The
engineers addressed issues relative to drainage, traffic, the proposed
elevation of the road surface, changes to the road configuration, and the new
streetscape. The project involves federal funding, and the next step is for the
County to obtain authorization from federal and state agencies to proceed to
bidding. If authorization is received, the County will put the project out to
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this event, construction will take place between October 2012 and May 2013.
Paving of 43rd Street from Landis Avenue to Park Road (NO CHANGE FROM
PREVIOUS UPDATE) – The project involves final resurfacing of the street, along
with associated replacement of some of the adjacent curb and sidewalk. The work
has been contracted to the firm of Arawak Paving Co., Inc., of Hammonton, NJ,
in the amount of $98,500. This paving project will finalize a complete reconstruction
of this section of 43rd Street,
which previously received new water and sewer lines. The project is scheduled
to be completed prior to Memorial Day weekend.
Turtle Sculptures – The
City previously authorized the acquisition of two signature turtle sculptures –
one for placement on the corner of JFK and Pleasure Avenue (at Excursion Park),
and the other at the north-end entrance of Sea Isle City. The sculpture at Excursion Park will be approximately six feet in
length and the north-end sculpture will be about three feet in length. The
sculptures are expected to be delivered to the City within the next two weeks.
Improvements – The County has contracted with RTW Construction
to perform several drainage improvement projects in Sea Isle City. RTW has completed drainage work on
and at 79th Street
(between Landis and Central Avenue).
They have now mobilized their operations to Landis Avenue (between 24th and 25th Street), where
they will complete their drainage improvement work in Sea Isle.
PLEASE CONSERVE WATER:
Due to ongoing concerns
about below-normal precipitation, the New Jersey Department of Environmental
Protection urges residents to conserve water inside and outside the home. While
recent rainfalls have helped ease this year’s precipitation deficits somewhat,
the effects of an unusually dry winter and spring are starting to be felt
across the state.
Here are several water-saving tips we can all follow:
–Do not over-water lawns and gardens.
–Use a hose with a hand held nozzle to water flowers and shrubs
–Turn off faucets while brushing teeth and shaving
–Fix leaky faucets and pipes
–Run washing machines and dish washers only when full
–Install high-efficiency toilets, faucets and shower heads
–Use a broom to sweep the sidewalk instead of a hose
–Use mulch and native plants to conserve water in gardens
–Use a rain barrel to capture water for gardens
–Use soaker hoses or drip irrigation to water trees and gardens
To read more from the
NJDEP, please click HERE.
DID YOU KNOW:
Permits are now due. Property owners can purchase rental permits (which are required for
each rental property in Sea
for $150.00 each at the Municipal Clerk’s Office on the first level of City
Hall, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The late fee to purchase a
rental permit is $175.00 (263-4461, ext. 200).
–Voters in Sea Isle’s 3rd and 4th
Districts have a new polling location. Starting with the
Primary Election on June 5, voting will take place inside the new Sea Isle City
Library at 48th Street
and Central Avenue
(voting will no longer take place inside the Recreation Services
Building at Dealy Field
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continue to vote at the Community Lodge at JFK Boulevard and Park Road, which is once again in use as
construction of the adjacent Welcome
Center continues. For
more information, phone the Municipal Clerk’s Office: 263-4461, ext. 200.
— A Golf Weekend is
being hosted by the Sea Isle City Chamber of Commerce and Revitalization on May
4, 5 & 6, featuring discounts at area golf courses, restaurant specials,
lodging deals, gifts and prizes (firstname.lastname@example.org, www.seaislechamber.com
–The Police Unity Tour
will be in Sea
on Thursday, May 10, at the Sea
Building, 233 JFK Boulevard,
10:30 to 11:30 a.m. (www.policeunitytourchap2.com).
–A Special Ceremony and Plaque
Dedication will take place during the Police Unity Tour visit
on May 10 at approximately 10:30 a.m. in front of the Public Safety Building to
honor Sea Isle City Police Officer Michael P. Cullinane, Sr. A member of Sea
Isle’s Police Department for more than a decade, “Mickey” Cullinane was killed
in the line of duty on August 26, 1992, while saving the life of another during
a construction accident. For more information about the dedication ceremony,
–The Association of Surf Anglers will
host the Karl Boehret Surf Fishing Tournament in Sea Isle
City on Saturday, May 12,
7:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (642-1427, www.asaconline.org).
–A City-Wide Yard Sale,
hosted by the SIC Chamber of Commerce & Revitalization, will take place on
Saturday, May 12, 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. All residents are invited to sell
items during this event. Contact the Chamber to add your address to the
official list of participating properties. No fee is required to participate
–A Mother’s Day Shopping Event,
hosted by the SIC Chamber of Commerce & Revitalization, will take place May
12 -13. Many local businesses will participate, and an abundance of bargains
will be available all over town (263-9090, www.seaislechamber.com).
–An Introduction to Genealogy
will be presented at the Sea Isle City Library, 48th Street and Central Avenue, Friday, May 18, 2:00 to
3:30 p.m. Information about Ancestry.com and other genealogy resources will be
presented by Clare Hughes Bebbington. No registration is required. For more
information, phone SIC Historical Society President Mike Stafford
–The Garden Club’s 2012 Flower Sale is
Saturday, May 19, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at the SIC Public School, 47th and Park Road. Many
varieties of flowers (in flats and in pots) will be on sale (263-1157,
–Community Day is Saturday, May 19 programme filme downloaden. Events include: City Council Meeting (9:00 a.m.); Bicycle Auction at the Public Safety
Building (10:00 a.m.); Free Shredding
Event at the Community Lodge for Sea Isle City residents and
property owners (10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.); Information from City officials and civic groups, food,
face-painting and other activities at the Community Lodge (11:00 a.m. to 1:00
p.m.); Discounted rides at Gillian’s
Funland Amusement Park (12
noon to 5:00 p.m.); and a Real Estate
Fair hosted by the SIC Chamber of Commerce and Revitalization
at the Community Lodge (1:00 to 3:00 p.m.). To learn more about the Real Estate
Fair, phone 263-9090. For information about all other Community Day events,
phone 263-4461, ext 245.
–The Environmental Commission’s Annual
Turtle Party is Sunday, May 20, 6:00 p.m., Lobster Loft
Restaurant, 42nd and the Bay, $20 per person, door prizes, music and dancing.
Benefits Beachcomber Guided Tours (263-9643).
–The S.I.C. Beach
Tag Office has moved to a temporary location in a mobile office
on 42nd Place
(near the Lobster Loft Restaurant, across from the Municipal Marina). The Beach
Tag Office will move to its permanent home inside the new Welcome Center
later this year. The office is currently open seven days a week, 9:00 a.m. to
3:00 p.m. Look for the “Open” flag out front (263-1771).
–2012 Seasonal Beach
Tags cost $20 per tag through May 15. Starting May 16, 2012
seasonal tags will cost $25 per tag (263-1771).
–Free 2012 Veterans Beach Tags
are now available to any United
States military veteran. Veterans Beach
Tags are seasonal tags that will grant access to any of Sea Isle’s beaches
during the summer months. The tags are only for the use of Vets (not their
families). To obtain a 2012 Veterans Beach Tag, bring your DD214 Discharge Form
to VFW Post 1963, JFK Boulevard and Cini Avenue (adjacent to the Sea Isle Bridge),
on Wednesdays, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.; Fridays, 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.; and Saturdays and
Sundays, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. (263-1711).
–America’s Active Duty Military
Personnel can visit Sea Isle’s beaches for free by visiting the
Beach Tag Office between Memorial Day Weekend and Labor Day and providing a
current active military duty identification card to receive a 100% discount on Sea Isle
City’s beach tags
now offers online view and payment options for municipal
property tax bills and water/sewer utility bills (visit www.seaislecitynj.us
and click on the “Tax &
Utility Payment Center” icon at the bottom of the
homepage). You can mail-in a payment as always, or pay online through your
checking account, credit card or debit card. Please Note: Online viewing is
free; however a convenience charge will be applied if you pay your bills
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–Bulk Trash will be
collected during the month of May on the following days: 1st Thursday of the
Month from 1st to 44th Street;
2nd Thursday of the Month from 45th to 70th Street; 3rd Thursday of the Month
from 71st to 94th Street.
Brush and branches will be collected on all streets on the 4th Thursday of the
Month. A city-wide Bulk Trash collection will take place on June 7 (263-6000,
–The City of Sea Isle City will gladly arrange a Welcome
Home Ceremony for any members of the military as they return to
town. To arrange a “Hero’s Welcome” for your favorite Sailor, Marine, Soldier,
Airman, National Guard or Coast Guard service member, phone Mayor Desiderio’s
Office (263-4461, ext. 245) or Commander Chick Haines at VFW Post 1963
(263-1711). You can also find a “Welcome Home Ceremony” application online at
www.seaislecitynj.us (via the “Quick Links” and “Downloadable Forms” tabs).
–Registration for Summer Recreation
Programs will begin on May 14, 2012. Registration forms will be
available online at www.seaislecitynj.us or at the Recreation Service
Building, 6108 Central Avenue.
Forms MUST be postmarked by June 9, 2012. Registration is subject to availability
–A Red Cross Blood Drive
will take place on Thursday, June 7, 1:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Sea Isle City United
and Park Road.
Blood donors are needed (263-8025).
–“Zumba Gold” classes for active
seniors will begin May 7 on Monday mornings at 10:00 a.m.
inside the Sea Isle City Library, 48th and Central Avenue. Classes are free and
no registration is required (263-7301).
–Sponsors and donations are needed
this year’s Tri-For-Our-Vets Triathlon on Saturday, May 26. If
your family, business or organization can help this worthwhile event that
injured military veterans, email email@example.com or phone (610) 888
–An Indoor Sidewalk Sale
and Auction will take place on Saturday, May 26, at the T.I. Civic
Center on 85th Street, 8:00
a.m. to 12 noon (263-3002, www.senaworld.org).
–Sea Isle City’s 2012 Memorial Day
Ceremony will be held on Monday, May 28, 10:00 a.m., Veterans
Park, Landis Avenue and JFK Boulevard (263-4461, ext 245, or email
–“Flavor of Sea Isle City” Restaurant
Week, hosted by the SIC Chamber of Commerce and Revitalization,
is June 1 to 8, featuring special offers at restaurants all over town
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— Personalized Bricks for the Sea Isle
City Historical Museum’s Memorial Garden are available for $200
each. Bricks are a great way to remember someone you love (609-624-7929).