December 4, 2023
December 4, 2023
October 11, 2023
Mayor Judith Davies-Dunhour swears in Emily Dillon as the new Municipal Clerk and Registrar
September 7, 2023 – BOROUGH OF STONE HARBOR
Stone Harbor’s Mayor, Judith Davies-Dunhour, recently administered the oath of office to Emily Dillon, appointing her as the new Municipal Clerk and Registrar during the Borough Council Meeting held on the evening of September 5th, 2023.
Ms. Dillon brings a wealth of qualifications to her role, including a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Montclair State University. Additionally she possesses the required certifications of Certified Municipal Registrar and Registered Municipal Clerk, ensuring the accurate management of vital records and administrative procedures within the Borough.
Ms. Dillon’s affiliations with professional organizations, such as the Municipal Clerks Association of New Jersey, Cape May County Municipal Clerks Association, and the New Jersey Registrars Association, underscores her dedication to continuous professional growth and her commitment to staying updated on the latest municipal administration best practices.
Before joining the Stone Harbor Borough, Ms. Dillon gained relevant experience in the City of Cape May, where she held various positions, including Tax Clerk, Deputy City Clerk, and Interim City Clerk. Her official assumption of the role of Municipal Clerk and Registrar in Stone Harbor is scheduled for September 11th, 2023.
July 10, 2023
Protecting Beach-Nesting Birds at the Point!
May 10, 2022
Do you have extra reusable grocery bags?
Consider repurposing these bags if they are in good condition at any of the local food pantries!
Food Pantries are in constant need of reusable grocery bags and this is a great way to help them fulfill their mission.
The following is a partial list of Food Pantries within Cape May County that will accept your grocery bags that are in good condition: