Jim Malloy. It
is with great sadness that we note the passing of SICTA Board Member Jim
Malloy. Our condolences to Jim's family and friends.
SICTA Public & Board Meeting -- the public is
to attend all SICTA meetings!
Saturday, Feburary 13, 10am, SIC Community Lodge at 300 JFK Blvd (JFK & Park Rd).
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flood insurance reform rates are effective 4/1/15!
Visit our FEMA-related
page for details.
Recent SICTA News & Research, Municipal
Documents, Noteworthy Newspaper Articles
Note: only Members receive the quarterly newsletter.
We'll be adding some new stuff here soon! See the archive
for many years worth of interesting stuff.
FEMA flood maps and your flood insurance rates!
There is a big storm coming -- and it's very likely going to cause major
structural damage to your wallet. Please visit our
FEMA page for complete details.
Archived news and SICTA research
Recent News From
12/28/15 (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers) Sea Isle, Strathmere and
southern Ocean City to get 'Re-Pump'
12/26/15 (Philly Voice) Plan moves forward to extend Sea Isle
City Promenade for cyclists and joggers
12/11/15 (Herald) City, FOP Agree to Three-year Pact; Chamber
12/9/15 (Herald) Bridge Alerts Differ, Each Municipality Has Its
10/27/15 (Herald) Master Plan Input Proves Residents Want to Be
10/24/15 (Press of AC) Stop building, large crowd tells Sea Isle
9/22/15 (philly.com) Trial set over death after New Jersey town
Polar Bear Plunge
6/19/15 (New York Times) Science Panel Tries to Reinject Reality
into Flood Insurance Pricing
6/15/15 (philly.com) Magrogan planning oyster house at the
6/14/15 (Press of AC) South Jersey shore businesses cope with
5/27/15 (Press of AC) Sea Isle City grapples with "giant" houses
5/27/15 (Press of AC) County taking steps to reopen Townsends
Inlet Bridge by June 19
5/20/15 (Press of AC) Townsends Inlet Bridge opening delayed two
to three weeks
5/7/15 (Shore News Today) Dredge arrives off Strathmere with
beach fill set to begin
5/6/15 (Shore News Today) New Strathmere jitney to start
operating this summer
4/28/15 (Press of AC) Sea Isle City school budget increases but
taxes decline slightly
4/28/15 (Press of AC) Sea Isle City makes Pleasure Avenue
15-mph, one-way street
4/22/15 (Herald) Beach Rebuilding Begins, Federal Project Aids
Post-Sandy Resiliency in Three Areas
4/20/15 (philly.com) Army Corps Starts Work on Two Major
Beach-Protection Projects at Shore
4/16/15 (Herald) Council Passes Budget, Hears Updates on Beach
Replenishment and Boulevard Construction
3/24/15 (Press of AC) Sea Isle City hears residents, but cell
tower plan remains on track
3/17/15 (Herald) School’s Closing Saves Taxes, Aids Pupils,
Larger District Offers Better Resources
3/13/15 (Herald) City Introduces $50-Million Budget, Debates
Proposed Verizon Cell Tower
3/10/15 (Press of AC) Sea Isle City adopts 2015 budget with no
local tax increase
3/9/15 (Press of AC) Incumbents to run uncontested in Sea Isle
3/6/15 (Press of AC) Sea Isle City recognized as a leader in
3/3/15 (Press of AC) Proposed 2015 Sea Isle City budget keeps
local tax rate flat
2/27/15 (Upper Twp Gazette) Citizen Call-Check offered in Sea
2/26/15 (Upper Twp Gazette) Storm drain reconstruction could be
included in beach replenishment
2/25/15 (Press of AC) Sea Isle City asks: Is there such a thing
as too many bars?
12/9/14 (Press of AC) Ludlam Island Brewery lingers before Sea
11/25/14 (Herald) Sea Isle City Taxpayers Assn.: Replace
Bridges, Raise Taxes
11/25/14 (Press of AC) Cape taxpayers willing to pay for new
11/25/14 (Press of AC) Sea Isle brewpub bubbles back to life
Archived newspaper (etc.) news