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Bellmawr Planning Board Approves Site Plan for 100 Essex Ave.

The Bellmawr Planning Board voted to approve the Site Plan for 100 Essex Avenue, LLC. The building will be used as office space.

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Mt. Ephraim Teachers Picnic for Schools

  (Mt. Ephraim, NJ) — Teaching is “no picnic” as they say, unless you are a teacher in Mt. Ephraim! The Mt. Ephraim Education Association (MEEA) recently collected close to $200 in donations for the community-based Mt. Ephraim Education Foundation. District teachers, counselors and school nurses participated in the project. Rallying at the Mt. Ephraim […]

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Bellmawr Councilman Sandrock Wants to Propose Term Limits for Mayor & Council

Councilman Paul Sandock wants to put a question on November’s ballot that would limit term limits for Mayor and Council. At Thursday’s monthly council meeting, Sandrock said: “I am going to solicit this body to place on the November ballot a question to approve or disapprove setting term limits for mayor and council.” SJO emailed the […]

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Bellmawr School District Presents 2016-17 Budget

At its April 27 meeting, the Bellmawr School District presented its 2016-17 in the amount of $16,981,271. As for the budget impact on taxpayers, Business Administrator/Board Secretary, Amy Capriotti said that a house assessed at $168,832, will see a tax increase of $55.71. According to the advertised budget, there are an estimated 1,097 regular full-time pupils […]

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Bellmawr Waterfront Development Update

Prior to the council meeting tonight, there was a meeting in the Borough Hall courtroom about the Bellmawr Waterfront Development. When Mayor Frank Filipek opened the regular meeting, he said: “It is 95-98% complete. The only thing we are waiting for is the traffic study from the DOT and then it can finally be redeveloped.” […]