Construction work is now underway at Bellmawr Boro Hall to make the building compliant as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Councilman Paul Sandrock announced at Council’s January 26 meeting.
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The 2017 appointment for the Borough Administrator position was approved by Bellmawr Council when the matter was brought to a re-vote during Council’s January 26 meeting. When Council voted on January 6 during its reorganization meeting on Resolution 127:17, which is the appointment of Borough employees, boards, and commissions, there was a 3-3 tie as […]
(Part 1 of 2) This post will feature the installation of Ray Bider and Jamie Casey to Bellmawr Council and also the committee reports from the January 6, 2017 reorganization meeting. The second post will focus on the agenda items and approved business. Installation of Newly Elected Council Members At the Borough of Bellmawr’s January 6 […]
In preparation for the new Royal Farms store that is slated to be built at the closed Walgreens site, Bellmawr Council passed a Resolution at its December 13 meeting restricting left turns out of and into the Royal Farms’ driveway on the Black Horse Pike. The left turn restriction was required by the State, explained […]
A Spruce Avenue resident asked Bellmawr Mayor Frank Filipek and Council at the October 27 meeting if a three-way stop sign could be installed at the corner of Spruce and Glenview. Cars on Spruce Avenue travel down the street at a high speed, the resident said. He brought a petition that had been signed by […]
The Resolutions* for Bellmawr Council’s October 27 meeting have been uploaded on Bellmawr.com. Among the Resolutions that Council approve are: A shared services agreement with the Borough of Woodlyne for the maintenance of their Public Works equipment through October 12, 2018. A shared services agreement with East Greenwich Township for the maintenance of their […]
At its Special Meeting on October 20, Bellmawr Council approved the Best Practices Worksheet.
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 […]