Democratic Freeholder Candidates Elizabeth Casey and Joyce Gould have their fingers on the pulse of the proposed Boardwalk restoration funding for the City of Wildwood.
Casey and Gould fully support this plan backed by South Jersey legislators Sen. Bob Andrzejczak, Assemblyman Bruce Land and Assemblyman Matt Milam (all D-1st). As evidenced from Tuesday’s visit to the Wildwood Boardwalk from New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney, Casey and Gould will have an open line of communication from Cape May County to Trenton, and beyond.
The Wildwood Boardwalk sends $550 million to Trenton every year in tax revenue.
Sweeney has promised to work with the South Jersey team on rebates from that revenue. The senate president is supporting legislation by Andrzejczak, Land, and Milam that would return $4 million each year for 15 years to Wildwood to be earmarked for restoration work.
As freeholders, Casey and Gould will join South Jersey legislators, and U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D-2nd) to help Wildwood and other shore communities receive their fair share from Trenton, while maintaining honesty and integrity in county government.
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