Results are unofficial, not complete, and will be updated regularly.
Bellmawr Council approved a Resolution authorizing the Bellmawr Planning Board to undertake a preliminary investigation regarding 191 Anderson Avenue,
Jim D’Angelo and Paul DeAngelis were sworn in as Bellmawr Councilmen and Steve Sauter was named Council President at the January 5, 2018 Reorganization meeting.
At Bellmawr Council’s November 20, 2017 meeting, the plenary retail liquor license was approved for Bellmawr Redevelopment Partners, LLC for the period of September 28, 2017 through June 30, 2018.
Tax bills for the Borough of Bellmawr have been mailed out and the due date for payment must be received by August 31, 2017 to avoid interest charges.
Bellmawr E.M. Burke student, Joseph Siefert, was recognized at the June, 2017 Council monthly meeting for winning the Fire Department’s annual fire safety poster contest.
Bellmawr Council will vote on Ordinance #06:14-17, which authorizes the sale of a certain parcel of land on Creek Road to the NJDOT for construction purposes as part of the Route I-295/42 Missing Moves project.
Bellmawr Council took a straw vote which gives the go ahead for independent counsel to begin investigating a May 11 incident that allegedly took place between Borough employees and a sitting Councilman.
A recent report received from the Insurance Services Office evaluated Bellmawr’s building, construction, and enforcement bureau.
The formal Budget presentation for the Borough of Bellmawr will be held on Thursday, April 27 at 7:00 p.m. at next month’s Council meeting.