Tearful groundbreaking starts parkway job to remove Cape May County traffic lights - Breaking News - pressofAtlanticCity.com Mobile

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Tearful groundbreaking starts parkway job to remove Cape May County traffic lights

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Dale Gerhard

 Lt. Gov Kim Guadagno (right) talks to Erik Meyer, whose son Christopher 17l was killed at the Stone Harbor Blvd. intersection in 2004. Monday Feb 4, 2013. (Dale Gerhard/Press of Atlantic City)

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CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — Acting Gov. Kim Guadagno said Monday that having a “Welcome to New Jersey” sign followed by three consecutive traffic lights on the Garden State Parkway is not a pleasant greeting for travelers from the south.

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Dale Gerhard

 Lt. Gov Kim Guadagno (right) talks to Erik Meyer, whose son Christopher 17l was killed at the Stone Harbor Blvd. intersection in 2004. Monday Feb 4, 2013. (Dale Gerhard/Press of Atlantic City)