Five Things on the Agenda at Tonight's Township Meeting

Flood ordinance, an emergency management coordinator and more are on tonight's agenda.


Cinnaminson Township Committee meets tonight in its first regular meeting of the month.

The work session, open to the public and held in the municipal building's conference room, will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Here are a few things on the agenda:

1. Further discussion on the appointment of an emergency management coordinator for Cinnaminson for 2013.

2. Discussion of the ROSI (Recreational and Open Space Inventory) close out—The former Cinnaminson Home was on the state's open house roster. It had to be removed from the list for Lutheran Social Ministries to continue with its plan to turn the home into affordable senior housing. (Read about that here.)

3. Flood ordinance and repetitive loss

4. Contract award for the resurfacing Pomona Road

5. Motion to authorize to go out for bid for garage doors for the township's department of public works.


Click on the PDF to the right for Monday's full agenda. Changes may occur

Ric February 04, 2013 at 07:19 PM
Oh, please do not blame this all on the GOP. The Democrats are perfectly content with just owning the school board. These days in Cinnaminson there are no competitive races; neither party has to run a real election against the other to win the seats they want. It is so bad we even have at least one Philadelphia teacher's union member sitting on our school board. The only person who shows any interest in representing taxpayers is our governor and he is more interested in winning the 2016 nomination for President.
Cindy Pierson February 04, 2013 at 07:56 PM
I want to remind everyone who will be attending tonight's meeting - public comments don't come until near the end of the meeting, so be prepared to hang out for awhile. If you hear things during the early parts of the meeting that you have questions or comments about, write it down so that you don't forget when comment time arrives. That seques into : If you are attending the meeting to speak to the committee about a particular issue, do yourself a favor and write out what you want to say. It will make it easier for you to stay focused and calm. Citizens: Don't waste time on blaming an individual or political party; Don't make personal attacks. Committee: don't talk about past accomplishments or track records. Try to keep to the here and now, don't drag up stuff from the past - concentrate on the problems right now, and the future solutions for them. Try to remember to be civil and polite and courteous - As soon as you loose your temper or get nasty, people stop listening to what you have to say. Hope to see you all tonight!
Barb Rivera February 04, 2013 at 09:18 PM
I will be there early & prepared!
Mark February 04, 2013 at 11:22 PM
I agree with everything that you say about conducting yourself with the utmost professionalism and do not lose you temper. But one thing that you should have added to the committee’s responsibilities is that they DO NOT talk down to the residents like they are holier than thou! They sometimes need to be reminded that they too are taxpayers and are NO better then the rest of us taxpayers. Even if they choose to think they are.
No Politics...JK February 06, 2013 at 12:42 AM
Darn so sorry I missed the meeting would have loved to congratulate Donald Brauckman on his latest backdoor move at the Moorestown Police Dept. I guess he is feeling all the love with the lengthy petition that has gone viral. I don't know how the man can sleep at night, here in Moorestown you had an officer doing an excellent job! But I guess the big time politician thought the SRO schedule would suit him better. Bye Officer Wright you can't fight City Hall! Feel the love Donald!


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