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With the prospect of increasing revenue for the community center, the township committee debates raising the senior membership age from 55-years-old to 62-years-old.
After presiding over West Deptford municipal court for close to two decades, Judge Guy Killen is being replaced with Joan Adams.
Township committee on Thursday proposed an increase in the fees for summer recreation and related programs.
Resident Gary Kuehnapfel claimed three West Deptford GOP committeemen broke open meeting laws, but a judge ruled otherwise. The mayor called Kuehnapfel's lawsuit politically motivated.
The mayor criticizes West Deptford's municipal judge as 'too lenient,' the township attorney provides an update on an attorney general's investigation and more.
Following the expiration of her initial appointment, Brenda Sprigman will continue to serve as the township's acting chief financial officer.
While it wasn't smooth sailing, West Deptford's township committee passed a resolution ensuring a summer concert series this year.
Three girls from Monongahela Middle School got a special lesson in the electorial process while visiting the board.
Vicinage XV Municipal Courts ask for volunteers to act as mediators for local municipal courts.
Government, Police & Fire
Freeholder Director Robert Damminger announces that inmates will soon form a work detail in West Deptford to remove litter and debris along the Delaware River.
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