As part of his annual Mayor’s Message, Frank Filipek announced that “after 16 glorious years,” 2018 will be his last as Mayor of the Borough of Bellmawr.
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Bellmawr’s All Wars Memorial on Creek Road is slated to be open for Veterans Day. The Public Works Department has made a commitment to have this project completed by then.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 […]
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 […]