WILDWOOD- During a Greater Wildwood Chamber of Commerce meeting Wednesday, the mayors or deputy mayors of the four Wildwoods communities emphasized the need for continued funding from the island's Urban Enterprise Zone program.

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The four men, speaking at the invitation of the chamber, each said the program had supported various projects that otherwise would never had received funding.

"We reaped a lot of benefits from UEZ money," Wildwood Commissioner Al Brannen said.

UEZ funding has been threatened by cuts in the state budget this year.

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