Preliminary budget discussions began for Tabernacle Township at the committee’s workshop meeting held Feb. 10. According to township administrator Doug Cramer, residents can expect to see an increase in the township’s engineering budget.
A year after Medford municipal taxes remained flat, the budget presented to council at last week’s meeting showed a slight increase for taxpayers.
In Cherry Hill, paying taxes or sewer bills previously required a trip to town hall or a drive to the post office.
Commissioner Robert Caruso was re-elected to the fire department board. Gerard Flack was elected as a second commissioner. Both will serve terms of three years. The budget was approved by voters after elections were held on Feb. 15.
The Moorestown Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the media center at William Allen Middle School.
The annual Moorestown Friends School and Moorestown Rotary American Red Cross Blood Drive will take place on Thursday, Feb. 20, from 1 to 6 p.m. The blood drive will be held in the school’s West Building gym. The blood drive is open to the general public. Appoints can be scheduled online by searching for “Moorestown” at redcrossblood.org. To schedule a blood drive appointment via phone, please contact Ruth Chen at (856) 235-2900, extension 202.
A program giving tax exemptions to residents who make renovations on older homes will continue in Cherry Hill.
It was there in front of the crowd before the meeting officially began that Mayor Randy Brown, standing with his daughters by his side, made a special announcement.
Bancroft will soon celebrate its 21st annual Butterfly Ball, the non-profit organization’s signature event and leading fundraiser. On Saturday, February 8, from 6:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., at The Merion in Cinnaminson.
Tabernacle Township mayor Joseph Barton appointed a subcommittee to further look into the validity of concerns raised in the petition and to share that information with the rest of the township committee.