Bellmawr School District’s 4th Annual Multicultural was held on April 12, 2017 at Bell Oaks. Twenty families and 16 countries were represented this year.
Effective April 21, 2017, a portion of Leaf Avenue in Bellmawr will be a one-way only. The change will impact motorists exiting onto Leaf Avenue from southbound Route 42.
Bellmawr Council passed a Resolution authorizing the Borough to submit an application to the New Jersey Local Finance Board for permission to create the “Bellmawr Redevelopment Agency.”
The rectory at St. Joachim (Annunciation) has been demolished to make way for a new parking area along with new entrances and exits on the property. This is due to the ongoing I-295/I-76/Route 42 Direct Connection interchange project.
The Bellmawr School Board has approved the tentative 2017-18 budget. The average home assessed at $168,832 will see an increase of approximately $30.
The Bellmawr Water Dept. has issued its 2016 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report in compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act amendments.
Bellmawr’s batting cages are now taking shape. J.H. Williams, Inc. was awarded the contract in November, 2016 to construct the batting cages on Essex Avenue.
Photo gallery of what was once Bellmawr’s Hugg Harrison Glover House. Despite efforts to save it, demolition took place early Friday morning.
The Boro of Bellmawr is passing an Ordinance that will allow for a portion of Leaf Avenue to become a one-way street where it intersects with Harding Avenue. Once the change goes into effect, motorists exiting onto Leaf Avenue from Southbound Rt. 42 will be directed to turn right at Harding Avenue.
The demolition of the closed Walgreens in Bellmawr is now complete. Construction of the new Royal Farms is expected to take six months beginning April-May.