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Mahaney & LoBiondo Dedicate Park Benches
Release Date: July 01, 2016

CAPE MAY, N.J. – The City of Cape May dedicated four new park benches to the Cape May Post Office on Monday, June 20, 2016. The beautiful benches can be found along Washington Street in front of the City’s Post Office building.
At the dedication, Cape May Mayor Edward Mahaney was accompanied by Rep. Frank A. LoBiondo and local postmasters. “These benches are for your enjoyment, for every resident and every visitor,” Mahaney said. The mayor expressed his gratitude for the City’s Garden Club for enhancing the landscape, as well as LoBiondo for his continued support of the City’s efforts, including supporting the City’s Coast Guard Base and having Cape May recognized by the United States Congress as a Coast Guard Community, as well as supporting more than $14 million in regular beach replenishments and $3 million spent specifically on American With Disabilities Act (ADA) improvements throughout the City. Said Cape May Postmaster Peggy Clifford: “The benches will beautify our city as well as benefit those that come to enjoy our city.”
The Cape May Post Office has been a government building for 78 years, first opening in 1938. The post office has a total of 49 employees, 18 delivery routes, and more than 13,000 customers. On average, a driver delivers to from 800-1200 houses, depending on the time of year. The post office delivers to both rural areas, from West Cape May to Rio Grande, and city, encompassing all of Cape May. Beginning in October the post office will deliver AmazonFresh, which includes next-day and early-morning deliveries of fresh grocery items and essential products.  
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Please see attached photo taken at the June 20 Cape May bench dedication. Photo Identification is left to right:
Melissa Tashie Lomax, Postmaster of Avalon Post Office; Cheryl Foster, Postmaster of Sea Isle City Post Office; Cape May Mayor Edward J. Mahaney, Jr., Peggy Clifford, Postmaster of Cape May Post Office, U.S. Representative Frank A. LoBiondo; Bernadette Puodziunas, Postmaster of Wildwood Post Office, and Cindy Yesgosh, Postmaster of Cape May Court House Post Office.
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