Mark your calendar for
Thursday, August 30th
OCMayors 27th Annual Golf Classic
Bey Lea Golf
June 19, 2018,
our guests were
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
The N.J. Dept. of Environmental Protection
Here are some,
but not all, of the folks who came to explain the new flood risk study.
In the largest guest contingent ever to visit the mayors, people from the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the N.J. Department of Environmental
Protection, and the County of Ocean came to explain the New Jersey Back Bays
Flood Risk Management Feasibility Study. The aim of the study is to
investigate flooding and suggest ways to mitigate damages from coastal
flooding, particularly as it affects the inland tidal waters of Ocean,
Burlington, Atlantic, and Cape May Counties - some 950 square miles. The
Army Corps will be conducting the study in cooperation with the NJ DEP. The
work is expected to take three years.
According to the Army Corps. municipalities are among the
stakeholder encouraged to provide feedback and input throughout the study
Join us in September
Hear and meet informative speakers, the people who
make and carry out policies that greatly affect our communities. Enjoy a
terrific breakfast buffet and mingle with other political and administrative
leaders. You don't know what you might learn here unless you join us at the
next business meeting of the Ocean County Mayors' Association.
We look forward to seeing you.
Watch for our guest speaker announcement here. Meanwhile,
have a great summer!
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The Ocean County Mayors' Association has been found tax
exempt by the IRS. Donations are deductible. Documentation of this
determination and related financial disclosure documents are available for
public examination. cir
Note: When circumstances make it necessary, guest speakers
are subject to change without notice.