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Superintendent Kevin Kitchenman said he prepared for a federal funding cut in the preliminary school budget for 2013-14.
Government, Volunteers in the News
West Deptford and Johnson Matthey are planning another community service project, this time to refurbish the barren parking islands at RiverWinds.
Volunteers who have to pay for their mandatory background checks may be reimbursed by the Kanka Foundation.
With two new professionals appointed at Tuesday night's planning board meeting, Committeeman Sam Cianfarini has a vision to boost business growth in the township.
Mike McManamy takes over the chairman's position from long-time board member Scott Kintzing, while John Bond and Joe Nahas also join the executive board.
With former chairman Scott Kintzing and former board secretary Fred Purnell not re-appointed, Tuesday night's planning board reorganization will feature a lot of changes.
Government, Public Safety
West Deptford officials heard suggestions for improving notice to residents in an emergency, but aren't overly impressed with the options.
McManamy, Robinson and Dahmer all return to their positions atop the zoning board as no changes were made from the 2012 appointments.
West Deptford's zoning board flouts a judge's order to approve the site plans for a T-Mobile cell phone tower.
After the political tide turned last year, it's unlikely the township committee will make as many appointment changes at tonight's reorganization meeting.
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