The Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority is replacing and rehabilitating the force mains that carry wastewater to the treatment plant on the bay at 45th Street. The work will be done on 31st Street from Haven Avenue to Bay Avenue and Bay Avenue from 31st Street to Eighth Street.Work for March 9-13:The contractor has installed PVC pipe, backfilled and temporarily paved from the southern terminus of the project on 31st Street going northward to the intersection of 13th Street and Bay Avenue.Work is also being done at the northern terminus of the project near Eighth Street, going southward to the intersection of Ninth Street and Bay Avenue. Starting Monday, the contractor’s south crew will be progressing with work going northward to 12th Street. The contractor’s north crew will be progressing southward across Ninth Street.Traffic:31st Street is closed to traffic between Simpson and Haven Avenues for the indefinite future.Next week, Bay Avenue will be open to local traffic only from 14th Street to Eighth Street, with the added restrictions that both north and south turns onto Bay Avenue from Ninth Street will be eliminated.In addition, traffic along Ninth Street will be funneled through marked lane shifts while work is ongoing.The traffic lights will be flashing yellow in the east-west direction at the Bay Avenue and Ninth Street intersection. There will be two police officers assigned at this location.See full project update Detour signs were a common sight on Bay Avenue during construction.
Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | After winning two of their three games on the opening day, Uganda Rugby Sevens take on fancied Germany in the World Series Qualifiers quarter-finals of the Hong Kong 7s on Saturday. 9 Jamaica31022667-415 Japan 7 April 2018 – 18:18 – Hong Kong Stadium Qualifier QuarterfinalsQualifier Semi-finalsQualifier Final Share on: WhatsApp Georgia30032581-563 6 April 2018Uruguay 38–0 Cook Islands 7 April 2018 – 18:42 – Hong Kong Stadium 6 April 2018Papua New Guinea 22–21 Hong Kong 6 April 2018Japan 10–19 Chile 7 April 2018Chile 29–5 Georgia 6 April 2018Uruguay 22–5 Jamaica 6 April 2018Ireland 26–0 Jamaica Hong Kong 6 April 2018Ireland 41–5 Cook Islands Uganda 6 April 2018Japan 26–10 Georgia Papua New Guinea31023974-355 PlTeamPldWDLPFPAPDPts 7 April 2018 – 19:26 – Hong Kong Stadium 1 Ireland33001035+989 Led by tries by Phillip Wokorach, Uganda beat Chile 14-10, beat Georgia 26-10 before falling to Japan 24-10. Against Georgia, Wokorach grabbed three tries while Solomon Okia one.The Uganda team will after the tournament fly to Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games on April 9.Pool E 5 Uruguay32016041+197 7 April 2018Papua New Guinea 7–36 Germany Pool G Zimbabwe Uganda32015044+67 7 April 2018Hong Kong 19–14 Zimbabwe Jamaica31022667-415 8 April 2018 – 12:32 – Hong Kong Stadium TeamPldWDLPFPAPDPts 8 Zimbabwe31023551-165 Knockout stage Chile32015829+297 7 April 2018Jamaica 21–19 Cook Islands 6 April 2018Papua New Guinea 10–17 Zimbabwe 2 Germany33007726+519 Japan32016039+217 6 April 2018Germany 14–12 Hong Kong 3 Chile32015829+297 7 Uganda32015044+67 Zimbabwe31023551-165 TeamPldWDLPFPAPDPts Ireland 6 Hong Kong31025250+25 Germany33007726+519 8 April 2018 – 12:54 – Hong Kong Stadium 4 Japan32016039+217 6 April 2018Uganda 14–10 Chile 11 Georgia30032581-563 10 Papua New Guinea31023974-355 Seating Table 6 April 2018Uganda 26–10 Georgia Germany Cook Islands300324100-763 Uruguay 7 April 2018Ireland 36–0 Uruguay Uruguay32016041+197 8 April 2018 – 16:30 – Hong Kong Stadium TeamPldWDLPFPAPDPts 7 April 2018 – 19:04 – Hong Kong Stadium Chile 12 Cook Islands300324100-763 Ireland33001035+989 7 April 2018Japan 24–10 Uganda 6 April 2018Germany 27–7 Zimbabwe Pool F Hong Kong31025250+25
The numbers of coronavirus cases in Florida continue to rise.Florida reported 5,511 cases in one day, shattering the record for most in a day by 1,462, as deaths rose by 54 to 3,281, the Florida Department of Health announced Wednesday.Testing has also gone up in the state. The state reported 15.91 percent of people who tested for the first time were positive. Two weeks ago, the percentage was 5.54. Of all results reported by labs, the positive rate was 18.43 percent of the 36,339 tests compared with 7.31 percent among 31,415 tests two week ago.The overall positive rate is 6.5 percent, which is up one-tenth of 1 percent, compared with 5.3 percent one week ago and 10 percent several weeks ago.The state cases reported Wednesday were 2,225 more than Tuesday’s total of 3,286. The record was 4,049 set Saturday. Earlier increases were a previous mark of 3,822 Friday after a 3,207 record Thursday. In addition, there was a record 2,783 one week ago Tuesday.Until recently, the increased cases daily were often under 1,000.