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Diesel survey: Updated prices for every Vineland station

(VINELAND, NJ) The price of diesel varies by as much as $0.18 in the greater Vineland area, according to a recent price survey. The title of cheapest station in the Vineland area went to USA Gas at 3970N Delsea Dr, according to a Tuesday survey by GasBuddy. Diesel was listed there at just $3.27 per gallon. The most expensive station in the city was $3.45, at Wawa at 2105 N 2Nd St, the survey found:
VINELAND, NJ
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Science equipment maker Chemglass adding to North Mill Road facility

VINELAND – Scientific apparatus maker Chemglass Life Sciences has approval to add warehouse and manufacturing space to its facility at 3800 N. Mill Road. The Planning Board unanimously approved the project at its meeting Wednesday night. Chemglass owners and operators David and Philip Surdam attended but did not testify. The...
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Atlantic City Press

Atlantic Electric should agree to shut last two NL coal-fired plants early, by Gina Carola

Last month, the New York Times Magazine published an in-depth look at the increasing flooding problems faced by New Jersey’s coastal cities and towns, and said that the sea level has risen 18 inches in the past century, which is twice as fast as the global average, with incidences of nuisance flooding (which is associated with high tides) more than doubling in the past 20 years.
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ
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Missing the Ventnor and Margate farmers markets? Try C.R.O.P.S. market @ Chelsea

ATLANTIC CITY – C.R.O.P.S., a NJ nonprofit organization that stands for Communities Revolutionizing Open Public Spaces, the Chelsea Development Corporation and AC Devco are promoting a healthy, connected community during an eight-week farmers market being held 12-3 p.m. Sundays, Sept. 12 through Oct. 31 at O’Donnell Park, 3501 Atlantic Ave. near Albany Avenue.
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ
Atlantic City Press

Quiet rules the roost in Middle Township

If this editorial were about people, it would be a straightforward case against sex discrimination. Middle Township has proposed an ordinance seriously restricting males and giving females a pass. Animals, however, have few rights under human law. So unless an American Chicken Litigation Union appears and asserts the unfairness of...
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP, NJ
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AC Electric tree trimming program improves service reliability

MAYS LANDING – Atlantic City Electric customers will continue to benefit from the company’s ongoing effort to trim trees and remove vegetation along more than 1,800 miles of aerial power lines in 2021. This work, which will continue through the year, will help maintain safe and reliable service for the company’s more than 560,000 customers across South Jersey.
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ
Atlantic City Press

Enthusiasts take in aviation history at 25th AirFest in Lower

LOWER TOWNSHIP — Denny DeLorenzo got a bird’s-eye view of the cockpit inside an SNJ-4 aircraft. The owner and pilot of the aircraft, Danny Mochocki, of West Chester, Pennsylvania, flew it to this weekend’s 25th Anniversary AirFest at the Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum at Cape May Airport. He has owned the plane for three years.
LOWER TOWNSHIP, NJ
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Mayor’s Message: Wind Farm Update

The city administration met this week with representatives of Ocean Wind, the company seeking federal and state approval to construct a wind energy project off the shores of southern New Jersey. I advised them that it is crucial that they set up a town hall meeting to update everybody on...
OCEAN CITY, NJ

Survey pinpoints diesel prices around Atlantic City

(ATLANTIC CITY, NJ) You could be saving up to $0.19 per gallon on diesel in Atlantic City, according to a recent price survey. The survey looked at prices across the greater Atlantic City area, and found that the cheapest gallon of diesel as of Tuesday was $3.24, at Riggins at 901 N New Rd. By comparison, the most expensive was $3.43, listed at Sunoco at Atlantic City Expy Mm 3.
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ
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Tuckerton Oyster Restoration Site Doubles in Size

A flashlight beam illuminated what appeared to be swirling dots of fine-ground pepper flakes settling at the bottom of a clear bottle filled with chilled bay water. A few minutes later, the nearly invisible specks appeared at 10x magnification on a TV monitor linked to a microscope. The flakes are eyed oyster larvae, and within two weeks, they will make the Tuckerton restoration site their home reef.
GALLOWAY, NJ
Atlantic City Press

Cape May County's lights back on after power outage

A strong thunderstorm that tore through Cape May County brought power failures to the lower end of the county for about an hour. As of 8:24 p.m., 100% of Cape May, Cape May Point and West Cape May were without power, according to Atlantic City Electric. Sixteen percent of Lower Township's customers were without power.
CAPE MAY COUNTY, NJ
Atlantic City Press

Atlantic City Electric sends workers to help Louisiana restore power

Atlantic City Electric sent about 50 line workers and support crew members to Louisiana on Monday to help with the recovery from Hurricane Ida for an expected two-week deployment, according to a ACE spokesman Frank Tedesco. There was a pre-deployment briefing in Newark, Delaware, on Monday morning, and at about...
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Atlantic City Electric crews head south to aid Hurricane Ida recovery

MAYS LANDING – Atlantic City Electric is sending crews, equipment and expertise to Louisiana to repair utility infrastructure damage and help restore energy service for customers impacted by Hurricane Ida. More than 50 Atlantic City Electric employees and contractors are heading south as part of mutual assistance networks coordinating recovery efforts.
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ

Hurricane Ida: JCP&L, Atlantic City Electric crews head to Gulf Coast to restore power

A cadre of New Jersey utility workers are headed to the Gulf Coast to help with electric infrastructure repairs after Hurricane Ida's knockout blow. Jersey Central Power & Light is sending 41 employees, a mix of line and transmission workers, as well as safety workers and supervisors, along with 47 contractors. They are part of a group of 500 line workers, forestry crews and others sent by 10 utilities owned by parent company FirstEnergy Corp.
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ
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Opponents of Massachusetts Offshore Wind Project to File Lawsuit

Environmentally concerned citizens will file a lawsuit in federal court in Boston on Wednesday in opposition to a proposed offshore wind energy farm. The lawsuit aims to stop the industrialization of Massachusetts’ coastal ecosystem that would result from the construction of over 2,000 offshore wind turbines off of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, they announced in a press release.
OCEAN CITY, NJ
Atlantic City Press

Atlantic City Electric tree trimming and vegetation work helps maintain power grid

MAYS LANDING – Atlantic City Electric customers will continue to benefit from the company’s ongoing effort to trim trees and remove vegetation along more than 1,800 miles of aerial power lines in 2021. This work, which will continue through the year, will help maintain safe and reliable service for the company’s more than 560,000 customers across South Jersey.
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ
Atlantic City Press

Atlantic City inlet site of future offshore wind operations plant

ATLANTIC CITY — Ørsted, developer of the Ocean Wind project, the state’s first utility-scale offshore wind farm, is seeking environmental permits to build an operations and maintenance facility in Atlantic City’s inlet area. The project is slated for 701 N. Delaware Ave. The company is seeking a state Coastal Area...
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ