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Sunday, May 19, 2024


Mullock: Split Police, Fire Facilities

By Vince Conti

CAPE MAY – Cape May City Council member Zack Mullock used council’s Nov. 6 work session for a presentation on alternatives to the proposed joint police and fire public safety building, being planned for municipal land at Franklin and Washington streets.
Mullock, who, along with Council member Stacey Sheehan, has voiced misgivings about the projected cost of the combined public safety complex, presented dozens of examples of separate police and fire department buildings, which, he argued, would cost less, and could be accomplished quickly by incorporating city-owned land on Elmira Street for the police station, and leaving the Franklin Street site for the fire department.
Deputy Mayor Patricia Hendricks accused Mullock of ignoring the work of a city committee that recommended a combined public safety structure rather than two separate facilities.

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