Bellmawr Council recently approved a Resolution giving the go-ahead to stream meetings.
Bellmawr Mayor and Council will meet on Thursday, August 24, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Borough Hall. Resolutions that Council will vote on have been posted.
Bellmawr Council’s monthly meeting is May 25, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. Agenda Resolutions include a $711,00 Bond Ordinance for various capital equipment and the completion of various capital improvements in the Borough.
Bellmawr Council will meet on Thursday, April 27 at 7:00 p.m. in the courtroom of Borough Hall. Resolutions have been uploaded in advance of the meeting.
Bellmawr Council will vote on Amended & Restated Bond Ordinances at its February 23 meeting, which will authorize the acquisition of various capital equipment and improvements in the Borough, authorize the acquisition and construction of a water tank, and also authorize the reconstruction and/or repaving of various roads.
During last Thursday’s monthly Council meeting, Bellmawr Mayor Frank Filipek said that he has been receiving a lot of phone calls about rats in town. “I met with DOT and I met with the contractor and we are trying to see if the State or DOT can come up with some money for baiting because […]
Bellmawr Council approved a motion at its special meeting on Tuesday night authorizing a Bond Anticipation Note in the amount of $3,949,620. The Bond Anticipation Note was awarded to first Colonial National Bank at the interest rate of 0.849%. Councilman Paul Sandrock asked for clarification and Councilman Steve Sauter responded: “We are just re-financing the note.” […]
Bellmawr Council passed a Resolution at last week’s meeting establishing August 22nd as the due date for the third quarter taxes. To avoid interest charges, payment must be received before that date. Regarding the tax bill, Councilman Ray Bider said during his report: “The increase was 7.2 cents – a little over 3 cents for combined […]
At its June 23, 2016 meeting, Bellmawr Council approved the renewal of all of the Borough’s liquor licenses, including the one for Johnnie’s Liquors. Last week at the caucus meeting, Council discussed tabling the renewal saying they were frustrated and wanted to show unity. Councilman Paul Sandrock said, “It’s bad timing that a liquor license […]
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 […]