GRANT AVENUE PROJECT TO BE DONE IN SPRING

The freeze of the Transportation Trust Funds has been lifted but because of weather concerns, the reconstruction of Grant Avenue will be done in the spring. 

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NOVEMBER 8 ELECTION DAY

 

The General Election will be held Tuesday, November 8, 2016 (as if you didn't already know).  All voting districts vote at MEPRI Hall.  Polls open at 6:00am and close at 8:00pm.  Don't forget to vote in this important election. 

 

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2016 MUNICIPAL BUDGET

To view the 2016 budget details, click the following links:

Budget message: 2016 budget message

Full budget: 2016 full budget

2016 User Friendly budget

2016 budget with analysis

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Online payments for taxes and sewer

We now accept online payments for taxes and sewer.  Be advised there is a fee for this service as follows: 

e-check or ACH debit-$1.05; Debit card-$3.95;

credit card 2.95% of payment amount.

Click here to make an Online payment for taxes and sewer

 

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INFORMATION ON RAFFLES & BINGO

Any organization that wants to conduct a basket auction, 50/50, designer bag bingo, or any other kind of raffle must be licensed.  The organization must be licensed by the state of New Jersey to conduct games and then a separate license is required for each game to be held from the municipality where the games will be conducted.  For more information on obtaining a license from the state, you can go to the Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission website. Once you have your gaming license, contact the Municipal Clerk to obtain a license for the individual games to be held.  Paperwork for a raffle/bingo license must be received a month before your scheduled event.  Contact the Municipal Clerk at 856-931-1546 or via email at boroclerk@mountephraim-nj.com.   

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          Pictured from left to right:  Commissioner "Traz" Tovinsky,

              Mayor Joseph Wolk and Commissioner Andy Gilmore.