3RD QUARTER TAXES DUE AUGUST 11

Tax bills were mailed on July 14 and payments are due August 11.  There is no additional grace period.  Taxes not paid by August 11 will be charged interest back to August 1.

 

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    **BELL ROAD TRAFFIC CHANGES**

The DOT will restrict traffic on the Bell Road bridge with concrete barriers and a temporary traffic light.  Only one lane of traffic will be permitted to cross the bridge at a time.  This traffic restriction will continue until construction on the bridge is complete.  Make sure to stop your vehicle close to the Traffic Light stop area to engage the signal.  Use caution, be patient and DRIVE SLOWLY.

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        PUBLIC HEARING ON ORDINANCES

 

 A public hearing will be held during the August 7, 2014, commission    meeting to consider for adoption the following ordinances: 07-14, Bond Ordinance Providing for Various General Improvements in the Borough of Mount Ephraim, Appropriating $460,000 Therefore and Authorizing the issuance of $447,000 Bonds or Notes of the Borough for Financing the Costs for Said Improvements Authorized to be Undertaken in and by the Borough of Mount Ephraim; Ord. 01-14, Authorizing a Special Emergency Appropriation for Property Revaluation and Reassessment; and Ord. 02-14, To Exceed the Municipal Budget Appropriation Limits and to Establish a CAP Bank for Calendar Year 2014.  To view the full ordinances, click here: Ords 07-14, 01-14, 02-14.

 

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   MANDATORY ELECTRONICS RECYCLING

Per New Jersey State Law, electronics cannot be thrown out with regular trash.  If you recently got any new electronic devices and need to dispose of older ones, please put them out on Thursday, separate from regular trash and recycling, and public works will pick them up and recycle them.  Any questions, call Public Works at 856-931-2529.

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Welcome to the Borough of Mount Ephraim

Mount Ephraim Commissioners:  L-R, Commissioner Andrew Gilmore, Mayor Joseph Wolk, and Commissioner Bruce Greenwald.