City Council

City Hall , 233 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Sea Isle City, NJ  08243
9am-4pm, Monday-Friday

Councilperson Frank P. Edwardi
Phone 609-263-4461, Ext. 1237
Fax 609-263-6139

Councilperson John B. Feeley
Phone 609-263-4461, Ext. 1237
Fax 609-263-6139

Councilperson Jack C. Gibson
Phone 609-263-4461, Ext. 1237
Fax 609-263-6139

Councilperson William J. Kehner
Phone 609-263-4461, Ext. 1237
Fax 609-263-6139

Councilperson Mary Tighe
Phone 609-263-4461, Ext. 1237
Fax 609-263-6139


CITY COUNCIL’S MESSAGE  September 13, 2018

During the “Administration Reports” portion of the September 11 City Council meeting,  Business Administrator George Savastano informed Council that this year’s Polar Bear Plunge, which took place in February 2018, cost the City $53,316 in labor and overtime costs for Sea Isle’s Public Works and Police Departments.  Mr. Savastano made this report in response to a question that was asked by a resident during our previous City Council meeting.

During the Council Reports portion of the September 11 meeting, Council President Gibson asked the Administration to provide the cost to raise the profile (level) of Venicean Road and 44th Street, as part of Sea Isle’s citywide drainage study. Councilman Gibson’s request followed an evening of flooding that took place on Venicean Road earlier this week that effectively prevented property owners on the south-end of that street from leaving their homes.

Also on September 11, Ordinance 1625 had second reading and public hearing. This ordinance was introduced to clarify the previous ordinance that addressed alcohol in public places – and it made clear that it was not intended to affect outdoor bars at licensed establishments and would not affect outdoor dining that takes place in Sea Isle City. In addition, the ordinance also clarified the requirements for parking as it relates to the hotel and motel districts. After the public hearing, Council voted to adopt Ordinance 1625.

In addition to several routine resolutions on the September 11 Consent Agenda, the following resolutions were also adopted:

•    Resolution 157, which authorized the City to participate in a Shared Services Agreement with the County Municipal Utilities Authority for Solid Waste Disposal and Recycling Services.
•    Resolution 158, which authorized the City’s participation in the National Joint Power Allegiance for the acquisition of a John Deere 6130M Cab Tractor and Loader, with a trade-in from Deere & Company ($98,010).

Our next City Council meeting will take place on Tuesday, September 25, at 10:00 a.m. in Council Chambers.  We hope to see you there!

Best Regards from the Members of City Council,

Council President Jack Gibson (
Frank Edwardi (
J.B. Feeley (
Bill Kehner (
Mary Tighe (

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