Jersey Shore town spikes proposal to extend boardwalk music hours

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SEA ISLE CITY — A popular Cape May County beach town has voted against extending hours for music performances on its boardwalk, according to a report. A proposal to let music continue on the weekends until 10 p.m., instead of 9 p.m. failed to gain support, Councilwoman Mary Tighe told the Press of Atlantic City. Bridge…

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