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Also, township committee provides a progress report on Memorial Park improvements and addresses parking concerns at Cinnaminson Harbor.
How much will the township and school district save next year due to 2011's pension reform?
Democrat Matthew Paterno, 25, says he's looking forward to election season as he vies for Cinnaminson Committeewoman Kathy Fitzpatrick's open seat.
Committeewoman Kathy Fitzpatrick will seek a third term, and will have to fend off a challenge from Democratic candidate Matthew Paterno to keep her seat.
Cinnaminson seeks a shared services agreement with neighboring towns to fill a vacant position.
Township committee believes the bus stops along Route 130 in Cinnaminson are unsafe for commuters. But getting rid of them may not be a viable solution.
Township has lost more than $1.5 million in revenue over the last three years because of lost tax appeals.
Find out what you missed at this week's township committee meeting, including what to expect at the summer concert series at Wood Park.
What should go at Azalea Farms? Tell us what you think. Also, committee puts someone familiar in charge of ushering new businesses into town.
What does the township have in store for the Azalea Farms property? Who's going to be in charge of community and economic development? Find out here (or come to the meeting).
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