SEA ISLE CITY – At the Sea Isle City March 10 council meeting, resident Andrew Bednarek asked the governing body for a follow-up to his parking proposal that he suggested during at a previous meeting.
At a February meeting, he proposed that council consider creating a special “parking zone” to accommodate three historic homes on a beach block. Those homes were built in the late 1800s and early 1900s on undersized lots. They do not have off-street parking.
Bednarek added that rather than have those property owners request a variance for onsite parking, which, in his opinion, would create a safety hazard, he requested that the city consider designating three dedicated parking spaces for the three properties, noting that the city could charge the homeowners for use of those parking spaces. Council members were noncommittal in supporting Bednarek’s idea and indicted his proposal is still under consideration.
West Wildwood – Restaurants have come up with a fancy name for increasing prices. It’s called “Dynamic Pricing.” They plan is to raise prices during peak hours such as lunch time. 12-1 pm and dinner time, 5-7 pm…