A scrum between the township GOP and Democrats over the February appointment of Councilwoman Michelle Winters has landed in state Superior Court in Camden.
Gloucester Township Republican Municipal Committee
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Drop off turkeys, canned goods and non-perishable food items at Sprota's Deli, in Glendora, Saturday morning.
The Gloucester Township Republican Municipal Committee (GTRMC) will hold a food drive in Glendora this Saturday to benefit a local food pantry. The food drive will be held between 8 and 11 a.m. at Sprota's Deli. The event will also serve to rejuvenate GTRMC's coffee talk program, chairman Ray Polidoro said. Food collected during the 6th annual GTRMC food drive will benefit the food pantry at Living Word Bible Fellowship, located on Church Street in Blackwood. Needed are turkeys, instant mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and other non-perishable and canned food items. Cash and check donations, gift cards and turkey coupons are also welcomed, as the pantry can buy needed items for local families.
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Township Council President Glen Bianchini is not in a rush to put the measure on the agenda.
The four Republican candidates for Township Council support a proposed ordinance seeking to ban so-called pay-to-play practices in the township. Gloucester Township Republican Municipal Committee released a statement this week stating its four candidates—Sam Garro, Ted Liddell, Linda Musser and Erica Weissmann—"will place a pay-to-play ordinance on the agenda in January upon election to Gloucester Township Council." "It is quite evident that this practice is alive and well in our township and needs to be stopped. The amount of money funneled through the various PACs and Democratic Committee presents a conflict of interest when awarding contracts and no-bid contracts," the GTRMC statement reads. "A large percentage of contracts awarded in …