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Updates From Bellmawr Business Alliance & Zoning Board

The Borough of Bellmawr has uploaded the minutes from the March 15 Zoning Board of Adjustment meeting and for the March 22 Bellmawr Business Alliance meeting. From the Business Alliance meeting, excerpts from the minutes indicate the following topics were discussed: The digital sign at the corner of Black Horse Pike and Browning Road is […]

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Gloucester News Recent News

Gloucester City BOE Votes To Affirm HIBs

  Following an Executive Session at its April 12 meeting, the Gloucester City Board of Education (BOE) voted to affirm the Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying (HIBs) as reported. The BOE also voted to approve the sidebar agreement with the GCEA (Gloucester City Education Association) regarding sick leave subject to approval of the GCEA under the […]

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Mt. Ephraim News Recent News

Mt. Ephraim School Board Discusses Superintendent’s Contract

During its April 11 meeting, Mt. Ephraim Board of Education (BOE) discussed the contract renewal terms for School Superintendent, Leslie Koller. Board member Carl Ingram stated that Ms. Koller chose not to go into Executive Session to discuss the terms of her contract so the discussion was held in public. Of the contract Ingram stated: […]

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Bellmawr News Recent News

Bellmawr Council Voted to Settle Lawsuit During Exec Session

During its March 17 Executive Session, the Bellmawr Borough Council voted to approve the lawsuit filed against them by John Paff for violations of the Open Public Meetings Act. One of the mandates of the Open Public Meetings Act N.J.S.A. 10:4-13 as it pertains to closed or Executive Sessions is that the governing body is limited to […]

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Bellmawr News Recent News

Bellmawr Council Candidates Comment on Open & E-Gov’t

On April 9, Councilman David Spector posted on his David Spector for Council Facebook page: “Bellmawr could and should be a leader in E-Government, also called Open Government, like Utah. Increasing transparency and easy access to information and services is key to reducing taxes and allowing our excellent Borough employees to do their jobs efficiently.” […]