Mayor Paris: During this recent snow storm I received a number of complimentary e-mails from residents and non-residents alike that took the time to reach out to my office and express their satisfaction with the work that the road crew accomplished.
Due to a lack of a quorum, the January 13, 2014 workshop meeting of the Tabernacle Township Committee has been cancelled. Next scheduled meeting will be held on Jan. 27, at 8 p.m.
Cinnaminson is looking to switch gears in 2014, and it’s not just in the mayor’s seat.
This Saturday, Jan.11, the Moorestown Library will be having a paperback book sale. Located in the meeting room of the library, an array of paperback books will be on sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Readers and collectors of all ages are welcome.
Evesham Township council continued its tradition of rotating the deputy mayor’s role as Ken D’Andrea was named to the position at last week’s reorganization meeting. He will be taking over for 2013 deputy mayor Debbie Hackman.
Last night’s Medford council reorganization meeting brought a new face and a new voice to the mayor’s seat.
A new face joined the Cherry Hill council at last night’s reorganization meeting as Carole Roskoph was sworn in for her first term on the governing body.
A new mayor took the gavel at the Mt. Laurel council reorganization meeting last night as David D’Antonio was chosen to serve as mayor by his fellow council members in 2014.
Leah Arter was sworn as Director of the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders today, pledging to enact a new jobs initiative in 2014 to assist unemployed and underemployed residents, and issuing a “budget challenge” to her fellow freeholders to find cost-savings that would reduce property taxes for the sixth consecutive year.
The focus on Voorhees Township in 2013 revolved around not only moving forward with existing initiatives, but also making progress with new programs.