Bellmawr

2016 Ten Most Endangered Places in New Jersey

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Yesterday at the State House in Trenton, Preservation New Jersey announced the 10 Most Endangered Places in New Jersey for 2016. Bellmawr’s Hugg-Harrison-Glover House is on the list. Learn about all of the other endangered historic places in New Jersey by clicking below. 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in
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Bellmawr Planning Board Approves Site Plan for 100 Essex Ave.

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The Bellmawr Planning Board voted to approve the Site Plan for 100 Essex Avenue, LLC. The building will be used as office space.
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Bellmawr Councilman Sandrock Wants to Propose Term Limits for Mayor & Council

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Councilman Paul Sandock wants to put a question on November’s ballot that would limit term limits for Mayor and Council. At Thursday’s monthly council meeting, Sandrock said: “I am going to solicit this body to place on the November ballot a question to approve or disapprove setting term limits for
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Bellmawr School District Presents 2016-17 Budget

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At its April 27 meeting, the Bellmawr School District presented its 2016-17 in the amount of $16,981,271. As for the budget impact on taxpayers, Business Administrator/Board Secretary, Amy Capriotti said that a house assessed at $168,832, will see a tax increase of $55.71. According to the advertised budget, there are
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Bellmawr Waterfront Development Update

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Prior to the council meeting tonight, there was a meeting in the Borough Hall courtroom about the Bellmawr Waterfront Development. When Mayor Frank Filipek opened the regular meeting, he said: “It is 95-98% complete. The only thing we are waiting for is the traffic study from the DOT and
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