Residents worry about tree roots near field.
Voters in Mt. Laurel approved the fire district budget with no tax increase on Saturday, Feb. 16. The vote passed 655-233.
On Saturday, Feb. 16, voters approved both township fire districts’ budgets and elected two incumbents and two newcomers on both fire commissions, according to unofficial results.
Ed Borden announced that he will be a candidate for re-election for a third term as a Commissioner.
Eight students from Elizabeth Haddon Elementary School helped the commissioners with reading a proclamation for Read Across America, which is to be held March 1.
Council has adopted an ordinance that will allow for alcoholic beverage sales to be held to stricter standards.
On Saturday, Feb. 16, voters approved the Voorhees Fire Department’s operating budget for 2013 by a margin of 479-337, according to unofficial election results.
Mt. Laurel council passed an ordinance limiting vehicles over four tons from parking on residential streets overnight.
Several intersections in the township will have yield signs removed and replaced with stop signs following the ordinance adoption at last night’s council meeting.
Building on her commitment to delivering excellent community leadership, Lee Anne Albright announced her campaign for Haddonfield Borough Commissioner.