Moorestown Council to Consider Dam Repairs, Naval Construction Project Monday Night

Council meets Monday night, 7:30 at town hall.

The public hearing on the funding for repairs along Strawbridge Lake takes place when Moorestown Council convenes Monday night.

Council considers the use $66,330 from the Moorestown Open Space Fund for repairs of various dams along the lake at Monday night’s meeting, 7:30 p.m. at town hall, 111 West Second Street.

It will also consider an ordinance on first reading that would authorize an agreement for U.S. Navy NAVFAC CSEDS Construction Project and the relocation of four utility poles, according to the agenda posted on the township website.

The consent agenda features 15 resolutions, including an amendment to the service contract with Greyhawk Construction for $18,000 in relation to the library construction project and a $120,000 contract with Spectraserv for the removal and disposal of contents of the wastewater treatment plant secondary digester.

To view the full agenda, visit Moorestown.nj.us.  

sanlazarro12173 June 23, 2014 at 08:58 PM
The pen has always been mightier than the sword and always will be. The first amendment should ring a liberty bell or two. Freedom of speech is the first amendment, guns second. Fond of both amendments but like the writers of the constitution. I realize which one is more important. Is there a problem with asking questions on a news blog for all to view ? Is it better than asking in a meeting with a handful of politicos , both parties ,to hear? Yes it is. More taxpayers read the news than attend council meetings. I'm not running for office. I don't have to answer to the public. Unfortunately as are all taxpayers I'm running a life. Now about those phones, parks, lake and parking lots???
Bella Pelosi June 23, 2014 at 10:25 PM
because someone doesn't wear a hoodie to the mic at council meeting to hide their identity means the issues raised are less important? NoBama your leading from behind mayors can't even get the phones, parking lot or lake right. Embarrassing them at a meeting doesn't seem very Quaker like.
sanlazarro12173 June 24, 2014 at 06:34 AM
The hoodie is covered under that constitution too. Manners covers the removal of headwear when entering A building or is that a bit old school?
NObama June 24, 2014 at 06:59 AM
I'm not saying you aren't well within your rights to post on the Patch. Have at it, though much fewer people likely read it than used to. But if you aren't even willing to email the council to get a response, how is anyone supposed to take you seriously exactly? If you truly want the issue of the phones fixed, go to the microphone or send an email to all five councilpeople. And you know, if you still get no response, I wholeheartedly agree that there's a problem. But if you dont, its obvious you just want political points here that you can post over and over and over. As for a hoodie, yes, that is within someones rights too. And Bella, the most nonsensical of them all, I'm sure you have no Quaker qualms about being a mean-spirited person or having a pint at a local watering hole.
Tom June 24, 2014 at 10:54 AM
Take someone seriously? Did you really write that NObama?


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