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Bellmawr Council Okays Refinancing of $3.9M Bond Note

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Bellmawr Council approved a motion at its special meeting on Tuesday night authorizing a Bond Anticipation Note in the amount of $3,949,620. The Bond Anticipation Note was awarded to first Colonial National Bank at the interest rate of 0.849%. Councilman Paul Sandrock asked for clarification and Councilman Steve Sauter responded:
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Gloucester Resident Questions School Board About Funding For Turf

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  Gloucester resident, Shaun Gismonde, addressed the city’s School Board on Tuesday night to ask about several issues. Gismonde started by asking how the the turf at the new middle school was funded and he also sought clarification about the roles of the district’s coaches. Gismonde asked: “Where did
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Mt. Ephraim Schools’ Contract Negotiations Ongoing

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Negotiation meetings for the contracts for Mt. Ephraim’s teachers and administrators are ongoing, said Board of Education member, Carl Ingram, at Monday’s meeting. “Meetings have been taking place with the teachers and a meeting will be set up with the superintendent and the other administrators. Hopefully, everything will be
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3rd Annual Ryan Coyle Memorial Softball Tournament Raises $7,000 for Scholarship Fund

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A jokester who was always laughing. That’s how Kyle Wright describes his childhood friend, Ryan Coyle. Growing up in Bellmawr, the pair played baseball and basketball together at Bell Oaks and remained tight during their days at Gloucester Catholic. As Rams, Wright played football while Coyle, a left handed
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Bellmawr Quarterly Taxes Due August 22, 2016

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Bellmawr Council passed a Resolution at last week’s meeting establishing August 22nd as the due date for the third quarter taxes. To avoid interest charges, payment must be received before that date. Regarding the tax bill, Councilman Ray Bider said during his report: “The increase was 7.2 cents – a
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