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Mt. Ephraim School District Pays $3,100 in Legal Fees to Defend Ethics Complaint

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In response to an OPRA (Open Public Records Act Request), South Jersey Observer has learned that the Mt. Ephraim School District paid $3,100.04 in legal fees to defend Joan Greenwood for the Ethics Complaint that was filed against her. The Mt. Ephraim School Board previously voted to approve the
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Lawsuit Filed Against Gloucester City Board of Ed

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CNBNews.net is reporting that the Gloucester City Board of Education has been named as a defendant in a lawsuit filed against them for alleged Open Public Records Act (OPRA) violations. On December 30, 2015, John Schmidt submitted an Open Public Records Act request to the Gloucester City School Board
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Gloucester City Middle School Construction Progressing

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During the March 8 Board of Education (BOE) meeting, School Superintendent, Joe Rafferty gave an update on the progress of the new middle school. He said: “Sometime in October, we will be able to go in and out of the building. In December, they should be complete with construction.
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Bishop Dennis Sullivan Grand Marshal of St. Patrick’s Day Parade

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Gloucester City’s first St. Patrick’s Day parade kicked off today at 1:00 p.m. at King & Monmouth Street. Grand Marshal Bishop Dennis Sullivan was joined by Msgr. William Hodge of St. Mary’s Church. Msgr. Hodge was the driving force behind the parade.     Videos:
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Mt. Ephraim School District Pays $50K To Settle Lawsuit

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*Article updated on March 23, 2016 to note that John Paff obtained narrowly redacted versions of the civil lawsuit. Paff updated his post by writing: “It looks as if there were two $50,000 settlements for a total of $100,000.” School superintendent, Leslie Koller, was reached on March 23 for
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