The Bellmawr Police Department has provided its yearly report for 2016.
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Bellmawr Mayor Frank Filipek and members of Council addressed concerns from residents. On the business side, all items on the meeting agenda was approved, including settling a grievance that was filed on behalf of three retired members of PBA Local 375.
The Bellmawr School Board approved the contract for Interim Business Administrator, Mark Ritter, effective January 30. The BOE also approved various emergent projects for Bellmawr Park and E.M. Burke School.
In advance of the impending demolition of the former Bellmawr Walgreens store, which will make way for a new Royal Farms, members of the Bellmawr Fire Department capitalized on a unique opportunity to use the empty commercial building for training purposes. On Monday night, approximately 25 members of the all-volunteer Department attended the training session […]
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.
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 […]
Bellmawr Mayor Frank Filipek and Council honored Bellmawr Baseball’s Babe Ruth team for clinching their 13-15 age division. The team received their jackets at last week’s council meeting. Bellmawr Baseball President, Rick Dougherty, said that the team went undefeated in their regular season and that it was “pretty amazing that they won every game.” Anthony […]
Sgt. Chris Cummings of the Bellmawr Police Department was awarded a Medal of Valor, along with a Proclamation, in recognition of his heroic actions stemming from an incident that took place at the Tanger Outlets (The Walk) in Atlantic City on September 1. That day, a suspect shot and killed another person and then proceeded […]