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Township Republicans sued in an attempt to nullify the Democrats' choice to fill an unexpired council seat, saying the process took too long.
The case is scheduled to be heard on Monday in state Superior Court in Camden.
The paving work will start May 15 and continue for 45 days.
The Camden County Health Services Center on Woodbury-Turnersviille Road is being sold.
Governor tells New York Post that Lap-Band procedure was done at the urging of his family. An NYU doctor made house calls to Christie's Mendham home to not draw attention to the surgery.
Marianne Coyle was told by the state Election Law Enforcement Commission that an association she had with a political action committee was improper.
The senior bus is free for 50 and older township residents.
Citing Congressional measure, Board of Governors reluctantly decides to continue six-day-a-week delivery, not drop to five-days-a-week.
The report was produced by a six-member task force.
Environmental New Jersey is calling for efforts to reduce carbon pollution.
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