According to the Cape May County Herald, the town of Sea Isle City is looking to get public input for its proposed Beach to Bay project. The public forum is being held on February 10th at 2pm. The meeting is being held in the public safely building on JFK Boulevard. You can also find more information on the project on the official Sea Isle City website.
From the Herald:
According to a release, the Marine Waterfront project brings new bulkheads and docks to the scenic bay front. In addition, a 12-foot wide boardwalk-style walkway will be installed along the perimeter of the marina at the foot of the bridge. A few blocks away, city officials plan to resurface the Promenade and dress it up, including the installation of new railings and planters. Also in the works is the beautification of Excursion Park.
It looks like a great way for the town to spruce up Sea Isle City. It should also have a positive impact on home values in that part of Sea Isle City.