Elect Kilian - Re-elect Ernie Troiano

We Need You to Keep Progress Rolling

Dear Resident,

It’s important to keep progress rolling. Your current Mayor, Ernie Troiano Jr., is a man of the people with only one goal in mind; to improve the wellbeing of every Wildwood resident and business, by creating the best resort town on the east coast.

We are reaching out and seeking your continued support in the upcoming November 5th election to allow Ernie and Jeanne to continue to deliver success for Wildwood. The business of running this incredible city takes selfless dedication, energy, new ideas and experience in government. Jeanne Kilian and Ernie Troiano Jr. are the only candidates in this race with the right skills to ensure that Wildwood continues to thrive. As the slogan says, our goal is to Keep Progress Rolling here in Wildwood.


So, What Does Progress Look Like?

  • TOURISM UP YEAR AFTER YEAR

  • CRIME DOWN 35%
  • TAX FREEZE FOR SENIORS
  • NEWLY RENOVATED PARKS
  • MILLIONS IN BACKBAY DEVELOPMENT TO HELP STABLIZE TAXES
  • MILLIONS IN INFRASTRUCTURE GRANTS

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Here Are Some Progress Details

New Residential and Commercial Development

New Commercial Development:  COMPLETED

Here are some examples of significant commercial investment in Wildwood in recent times:

  • The Waves Hotel
  • Le Voyageur Hotel expansion
  • Reconstructed McDonald’s
  • Mudhen Brewery
  • Dock Street Seafood Wholesale Distribution
  • Dollar General
  • Dollar Tree
  • Pig Dog Beach Bar
  • Revamped Boardwalk parking along Atlantic Ave

….and the list goes on.

Progress is rolling and we are attracting commercial investment in Wildwood to help stablize our taxes. It takes the right candidates like Ernie and Jeanne to guide these projects to fruition.


Infrastructure Improvements & Road Work

Road Work Over Last 4 Years:  COMPLETED

  • Portions of Magnolia, Montgomery, Spicer, Susquehanna, Pine, Hildreth, Rio Grande, Ocean, Dock St, Tacony Rd, Hudson, Cedar/Schellenger, Arctic Ave from end to end, New Jersey Ave (with the County) from end to end, 26th street (with North Wildwood).

Rio Grande Entry Project:  IN PROGRESS

  • Elevation of main road into town to keep road open during storms and flooding.
  • Installation of new pump station to help relieve flooding and clear flood water faster.
  • Demolition of old gas station & dilapidated homes.
  • Installation of new sidewalks and bike lanes.
  • Installation of new, unique signage and design features to enhance this island’s gateway.
  • New passive park on Hudson Ave next to Rio Grande Ave to create new feel and excitement while providing safety along major road.

1A & 2A Road Program:  IN PROGRESS

  • Reconstruction of portions of Hand Ave, Taylor Ave, Andrews Ave, Burk Ave, Hudson Ave, and Susquehanna Ave.
  • Installation of speed bumps at strategic locations to reduce and slow traffic that plagues these residential neighborhoods.
  • New curbs, gutters, and asphalt to enhance both aesthetics and property values.

Parks and Recreation Improvements

Fox Park:  COMPLETED

  • Complete renovation of playground including new equipment, newly paved tennis courts, basketball court.

Veterans Memory Lane:  COMPLETED

Holly Beach Park:  COMPLETED

  • Removal of overgrown trees to allow more light and fresh air, repair and reconstruct center fountain, restoration of historic school house, new fencing/decorative wall, new concrete walk paths and sidewalks, and new irrigation system. All work done in house at no added expense to taxpayers.

Glenwood Avenue Park:  COMPLETED

  • Repair and refurbishment of center Neptune fountain to working order, install new planter beds, reconstruct existing gazebo, installed new park benches, new concrete walk paths, and new irrigation system. All work done in house at no added expense to taxpayers.

City Hall Grounds:  COMPLETED

  • Installed new planter areas and flower beds around City Hall, removed old, overgrown trees, and installed new irrigation system. That work was done in house at no added expense to taxpayers. Installed new high profile LED sign with message board.

Other Exciting Projects

New Headquarters for the Wildwood Water Utility:  COMPLETED

  • This new facility will house the administrative offices of both the Water Utility and the Sewer Utility. Both of those authorities are fully self-supported—not carried by the City’s annual budget. Some of the properties where these authorities used to operate will be sold and returned to the tax roll (put up for sale to generate additional tax revenue).

New Public Works Facility:  IN PROGRESS

  • This project is still under construction, with the perimeter wall and the elevation of the entire grade nearly completed. This will provide a safe location for vehicles during severe floods. The new public works building on site has begun construction, and Wildwood’s new, centrally-located trash and recycling center will be in place shortly. This project has been financed jointly through insurance payouts, in-house construction (saving millions of dollars) and bonds.

Voting Information

 

November 5, 2019

  • On Election Day, you will cast your ballot at the: 
    • Wildwood, NJ Convention Center, 4501 boardwalk.
  • Polls are open 6:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
  • Remember to Vote Column 2.

November 1 - November 4

If a voter did not meet the deadline to receive a mail-in ballot through the mail, they may appear in person at the Cape May County (CMC) Clerk's Office to obtain a mail-in ballot until 3:00 P.M. the day prior to the election.  

This is known as "emergency time."

CMC Clerk's Office

7 N Main Street
P.O. Box 5000
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210-5000

Phone: 609-465-1013

The Election Administration

https://www.capemaycountyvotes.com/