CAPE MAY — City Council on Tuesday approved several beach tag increases for 2014 to make sure all costs to maintain the beach are paid by its users. The increases, which begin Jan. 28, raise the price of a three-day tag from $10 to $12, which City Manager Bruce MacLeod said is expected to generate about $80,000. This tag price was last raised in 2009.
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