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Bellmawr to Host Freeholder Meeting May 4

Author: Anne Forline | South Jersey Observer

On Wednesday, May 4 from 6:30 p.m to 8:30 p.m., the Camden County Freeholders are holding a Town Hall Meeting at the Bellmawr Ballroom located at 29 Lewis Avenue in Bellmawr.

Mayor Frank Filipek is listed as one of the featured speakers, along with Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. Congressman Donald Norcross, and Assemblywoman Pat Egan Jones.

In addition to hearing from the elected officials about current initiatives, services, and priorities, there will be a Q&A session.

There will be also be a services fair with one-on-one help from a variety of departments and organizations, including Constituent Services, Veterans Affairs, Senior Services, Health & Human Services, and One-Stop Employment Center.

Town Hall Meetings are open to all county residents, but the public is asked to register in advance.

Additional Town Hall Meetings dates are scheduled for: April 11 in Cherry Hill, May 6 in Camden, May 9 in Collingswood, May 13 in Camden, and June 1 in Winslow.

Do you have a question you would like answered at the meeting? Scroll through the registration form and you can submit your question at the bottom.

About the Freeholder Board:

The Freeholders are empowered with a broad scope of authority, some of which is designated to them by the State of New Jersey. The Board has many diverse and important responsibilities, including both legislative and executive functions. A primary duty entails the adoption of the annual fiscal budget for Camden County’s 37 municipalities and all of the County agencies and services. Other areas for which the Freeholders have responsibilities include, but are not limited to, law enforcement, welfare, education, roads, and economic development. The Freeholders are involved in community service and work closely with local, state and federal officials to provide the very best quality of life for county residents.

To ensure close connections with our community the Freeholder Board holds its monthly meetings in a variety of locations throughout the county. We also broadcast our caucus meetings live on the internet each month.

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