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City of Brigantine is Demanding a Complete Stop to all work for Offshore Wind Power until Federal and State Agencies Investigate

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photo courtesy of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center

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Brigantine NJ, after the 7th dead whale washed up  in the NJ and NY Wind Farm shore  areas and New Jersey bought and paid for “environmental groups” make excuses  for Governor Murphy, for the City of Brigantine is demanding a complete stop to all work for offshore wind power until federal and state agencies investigate whether the projects are responsible for a spate of recent whale deaths. City council voted nearly unanimously to approve a resolution calling for the moratorium at Wednesday night’s meeting, with one member Rick Delucry voting to abstain. New Jersey 101.5 reached out to Delucry for comment Thursday. “This resolution isn’t about being for or against ocean wind projects, it’s about our due diligence and getting real scientifically supported facts about the potential impacts that these ocean wind projects could have on whales and other marine life,” Mayor Vince Sera said in a statement. Gov. Phil Murphy last week called the whale deaths “tragic” but said offshore wind projects would not be halted.

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Polar Bear Plunge Postponed Due to Cold

Seaside Heights Polar Bear Plunge

December 29,2017

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ocean City NJ, how cold is it , its so cold that annual Polar bear plunges planned in two Jersey Shore towns on New Year’s Day have been cancelled because organizers think it will be just too cold outside.

“Err on the side of safety” , Ventnor officials have postponed the event and Ocean City officials announced Thursday that their plunge had also been canceled due to the bitter cold. It’s not clear if the annual fundraising events will be rescheduled.

If you are still determined Polar bear plunges are still being planned for Monday in the nearby towns of Brigantine and Margate.