The total Haddonfield community should be very much concerned about the land use variance that is going before the Zoning Board on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Haddonfield Borough Hall.
The Mt. Laurel Township Council will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight, Sept. 9 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will take place at the municipal complex, 100 Mt. Laurel Road.
Commissioners: Haddonfield United is contacting you regarding your recent announcement that the Camden County Board of Choose Freeholders intends to pursue the purchase of 13 of the 19.2 acre Bancroft property located in the Borough of Haddonfield.
A group of Moorestown citizens will be delivering a petition, containing more than 1200 signatures, to the Moorestown Town Hall on Friday, Sept. 6, at 3:30 p.m.
“Revenues from recording – a large portion of which will go towards the County budget and help reduce taxes – will also increase significantly by year’s end,” Tyler said.
The Camden County Freeholder Board is in the process of updating its long-range master plan for the vision of development in the region.
I wanted to write you as follow up to last Monday’s meeting. It’s important to bring uniform campaign finance reform to our state.
A parking lot is a blight in any of Haddonfield’s residential neighborhoods. Think fumes, headlights, noise, beer cans, cigarette butts and trash – next door to you.
On Sept. 17, the Haddonfield Zoning Board will consider a “hardship” request from the First Church of Christ, Scientist, to create a parking lot next door to the church. This request should be rejected, for several reasons…
Township auditor Kevin Frenia of Holman and Frenia presented audit findings at last week’s meeting of an additional $3.2 million the township will utilize for primary capital improvements.