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Stone Harbor Receives Two Municipal Engineering Awards

Stone Harbor's new beach patrol headquarters has won an award for its design.

By Vince Conti

STONE HARBOR – At the work session of the Stone Harbor Council Nov. 1, borough engineer Marc DeBlasio informed the governing body of two awards to the borough from the New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers. 
The first award was a second-place finish in the category for Municipal Construction Management Projects. It was given for the recently completed Beach Patrol Headquarters at 95th Street and the beach. The new building replaced an aging facility that no longer met the needs of the island community’s beach patrol.
The other award was in the Municipal Design Projects category. It was an Honorable Mention for the 94th Street sanitary pump station. The new pump station facility was initiated in order to make room at its old location on 93rd Street for a planned wastewater pump station and drainage project. 
Both of the 2022 awards were in a category for municipalities under 20,000 population. 
DeBlasio is President of DeBlasio & Associates, a municipal engineering and consulting firm headquartered in Wildwood.  

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