Tabernacle Hides Info On Municipal Court Deal

The township continued to conduct business in an opaque and non-transparent manner with its approval of a deal with Woodland Township to share municipal court services. If adopted by Woodland Township, the shared services agreement would then require the approval of the New Jersey Superior Court in Burlington County. The committee adopted Resolution 2018-51 without Read More…

Tabernacle Mayor Unhappy With Half-Baked Budget

With the April 24, 2017 budget vote deadlocked at two votes for (Franzen, Brown) and two votes against (Barton, Yates), the attention turned to Mayor Steven Lee to cast the decisive vote. He anguished about it for about five minutes and spoke about his unhappiness with the budget. But he voted for it anyway, joining Read More…

County Machine Backs Candidates Litowitz And Coolidge. Tabernacle Budget Adopted. June 1, 2016 Meeting Video Available

ELECTION: Campaign Financing. As the June 7 primary election approaches, the two campaigns have filed their Report of Contributions and Expenditures with New Jersey’s Election Law Enforcement Commission (“ELEC”). ELEC monitors the integrity of campaign finances in New Jersey. The Litowitz-Coolidge campaign reported $7,610 in monetary contributions. This doesn’t include $40.52 of in-kind contributions. The monetary contributions Read More…