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Government, Police & Fire
With fire trucks the center of much political debate, West Deptford receives pledge from Sunoco.
Senator Frank Lautenberg's staff will be at Woodbury Public Library on Friday afternoon to address residents' issues with federal programs.
The state Senate president and West Deptford resident says player safety and fans' investments need to be protected.
More adults who work with children could be covered under the background check rules, but committee tabled the matter for now.
Residents can now report government officials they believe are abusing power.
Judge Eugene McCaffrey Jr. asks for more analysis as to whether secret meetings in December violated state law.
The state Attorney General's office is investigating possible abuse of power by township employees.
Government, Local Connections
West Deptford is up against a deadline from Mother Nature to get grass seed down, as nearby residents await the return of the destroyed park.
Arguments over whether closed-door meetings prior to January's reorganization meeting violated state law will be heard in court.
Leder hosted $50,000-per-person fundraiser during which Romney called 47 percent of voters 'victims.'
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