Public input session scheduled for Route 70 corridor land use study

The Medford Township Council has asked the Planning Board to prepare a land use study of the Route 70 Highway Corridor Zoning Districts to analyze existing zoning and land development regulations that may be unduly impacting development along the corridor which may include setbacks, buffers and building size limitations among others.

Cherry Hill mourns loss of Joyce Walker

Former Cherry Hill councilwoman Joyce Walker wasn’t one to stand on the sidelines.

Kenneth Long sworn in as Shamong’s mayor

The faces may look familiar but the responsibilities are changing as the Shamong Township Committee swore in a new mayor and deputy mayor for 2014.

Joseph Barton sworn in as Tabernacle’s mayor

The new year brought a new mayor to Tabernacle Township, as Joseph Barton was sworn in at the township committee’s annual reorganization meeting on Jan. 2.

Jan. 13 Voorhees Township Committee meeting, 8 p.m.

There is a Voorhees Township Committee meeting on Jan. 13. The committee caucus begins at 7:30 p.m. The regular meeting begins at 8 p.m., in the Voorhees municipal building in the Voorhees Town Center. All Voorhees residents are welcome to attend.

Delran Township Council holds reorganization meeting

Gary Catrambone and Tom Morrow will again serve as president and vice president of council, respectively, in 2014.

Mayor’s column: Delran’s Public Works Department should be proud

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.

Tabernacle Township workshop meeting cancelled.

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 looking toward industrial redevelopment in 2014

Cinnaminson is looking to switch gears in 2014, and it’s not just in the mayor’s seat.

Upcoming book sale at Moorestown Library

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.