Blog

17 Nov
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Thank you Delran! We heard you!

After an unprecedented turnout during this election, the wait is over. The Burlington County Board of Elections has worked tirelessly for the past several weeks; counting and verifying each ballot and we are now ready to say: Delran, we HEARD ...

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24 Oct
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Transparency: Most Transparent Council In History

When you talk about transparency, our team is proud to say, we have become the most transparent town council in Delran history. And we’re just getting started! We heard you, we’ve done it.

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24 Oct
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Why are there closed sessions during Council meetings?

We understand that it sometimes seems like town council is trying to hide things when they “close the doors” and the public doesn’t get to see or hear what’s happening, but that’s not really why closed sessions exist. What must ...

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24 Oct
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Transparency: More To Come

When you ask about transparency, we are proud to say we have become the most transparent team in Delran history. And we’re just getting started! We’ve introduced live streaming of Council meetings, updated the Township website, and created a Township ...

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06 Oct
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The Surplus

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that we are living in unpredictable times. It’s hard to look at the current state of things and see Delran’s surplus as a negative, especially now. Without knowing that this would be our ...

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06 Oct
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Investing in the Future

The Township, like every other organization with physical assets and infrastructure; must be maintained. Perhaps even more now in the wake of the pandemic, it’s vital to public safety that the seemingly small things don’t slip through the cracks. For ...

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01 Oct
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How To Vote By Mail

How To Vote By Mail All active registered voters in New Jersey will automatically receive their ballots in the mail, at the address where the voter is registered. VOTE, SIGN, SEAL, RETURN.  Return My Ballot There are four ways: 1… ...

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04 Apr
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Delran Democrats Announce Candidates for Mayor and Council At-Large

Delran Democrats have announced Councilman Gary Catrambone as their candidate for Mayor and Councilman Tyler Burrell and Lynn Jeney will run for the two Council At Large seats. Catrambone, a Councilman and Council President for 11 of the 12 years ...

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01 Mar
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Fair Share Housing Lawsuit Statement

Fair Share Housing & COAH Lawsuit Recently, letters were distributed regarding the new housing developments slated to come to Delran as the result of the settlement of the lawsuit filed by Fair Share Housing, a Cherry Hill based Non-Profit. Brief ...

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29 Jan
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COAH – Cherry Hill Courier-Post

Delran reaches affordable housing settlement agreement Celeste E. Whittaker, Cherry Hill Courier-Post Published 11:44 a.m. ET Oct. 13, 2018 DELRAN – The township will build nearly 200 affordable housing units in the next decade or more under a settlement agreement ...

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