Among the topics included in the Project Status were updates on the Redevelopment Process, Green Acres, NJDOT, and also an Engineering Summary.
The year end December 31, 2018 audit for the Bellmawr Redevelopment Agency yielded no findings.
The 2019 Annual Budget Introduction Resolution was approved by the Bellmawr Redevelopment Agency on July 15, 2019.
Bellmawr Council approved a Resolution authorizing a bathroom facility project at the Essex Ave. batting cages.
A Resolution approving the Temporary Budget of the Bellmawr Redevelopment Authority for the calendar year 2019 was approved on January 14, 2019.
At the recent Bellmawr Redevelopment Agency meeting, Councilman Paul DeAngelis was appointed as Commissioner and Vice Chairman. DeAngelis replaces Councilman Ray Bider who resigned in May for “personal reasons.”
The May 24, 2018 monthly Bellmawr Mayor and Council meeting grew heated at several points as Mayor and Council disagreed over raising taxes and the rescinsion of the Bellmawr Redevelopment Authority (BDA).
On April 26, 2018, Bellmawr Council voted to table two Resolutions with regard to the Bellmawr Redevelopment Authority (BDA).
On April 16, 2018, the Bellmawr Redevelopment Authority Commissioners voted to name an Executive Director and approved professional appointments.
Appointees to the Bellmawr Redevelopment Authority were sworn in on March 14, 2018. Bellmawr Mayor Frank Filipek was named chairman and Bellmawr Councilman Ray Bider was elected vice-chairman/acting secretary. A temporary budget for 2018 was approved.