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Gloucester City Tickets Jaywalkers

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Posted with permission from CNBNews.net William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet JAYWALKERS BEWARE!—We received a tip recently from a subscriber about the Gloucester City Police issuing tickets to pedestrians for jaywalking. The fine for that offense is $54. Lt. Stephen Burkhardt, spokesman for the department, said, “Since January 1, 2016
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Bellmawr Girl Scouts Assist With Operation Yellow Ribbon

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Earlier today, Bellmawr Girl Scout Troops 30215 and 30082 in collaboration with Operation Yellow Ribbon of South Jersey, Warrior Watch Riders, the West Deptford and Thorofare Fire Departments participated in a Welcome Home Celebration for Sgt. Jena Clifford and Spc. James Simmermon at the West Deptford Riverwinds Community Center. The Girl
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Ethics Complaint Dismissed Against GC BOE Vice President

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In response to an OPRA (Open Public Records) Request filed with the School Ethics Commission (SEC), South Jersey Observer has learned that on February 23, 2016, the SEC dismissed an Ethics Complaint that had been filed against Gloucester City Board of Education Vice President, Jackie Borger. Shelley Mealey of
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Minutes Obtained from Gloucester City BOE Executive Sessions

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Displayed with permission from CNBNews.net GLOUCESTER CITY N.J. (March 20, 2016)—The Gloucester City Board of Education approved a one-year contract for School District Facilities Director John Kenney in September 2015. According to the minutes of the September 3, 2015, Executive session, Board vice-president Jackie Borger questioned the benefits package
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To: Bellmawr, From Your Facebook Blogger

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Dear Residents of Bellmawr: Tonight, the monthly mayor and council caucus meeting was at 5:00 p.m. at the Borough Hall. I arrived at the Borough Hall at about 4:50 p.m. and walked into the conference room where it appeared that a meeting of some sort was already in progress.
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