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Thursday, June 20, 2024


Pile Driving OK’d

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By Vince Conti

STONE HARBOR – Stone Harbor Borough Council adopted an ordinance change Aug. 20 exempting the driving of pilings for construction or repair of bulkheads from the general ban on noise-creating construction, during the period from July 1 to the Friday following Labor Day. 
The council vote was tied 3-3. The ordinance change was adopted on a vote by Mayor Judith Davies-Dunhour. The mayor is allowed to cast a vote in the case of a tie.
Council members Mantura Gallagher, Reese Moore, and Joselyn Rich voted against the measure, while Charles Krafczek, Raymond Parzych and Frank Dallahan voted for it.  

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