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19th annual community event teeming with people from Bernards and some neighboring towns, due to last til 10 p.m.
Bernards Township officials and properties provide an example of reduced-use pesticides and herbicides.
But attorney advises township to wait for state's next move before answering letter suggesting possible seizure of affordable housing funds.
Spending plan will raise this year's municipal portion of the property tax bill by an average of $35.
No changes in proposed budget from previous discussions about 2013 Bernards Twp. municipal spending plan.
Township Committee candidates to be listed on primary ballot, but no contest until November's general election.
This year's Charter Day again due to welcome thousands of residents and visitors for an all-day celebration.
Number of suitable parking spots and traffic planning still up for discussion regarding proposed mosque in Liberty Corner.
Meanwhile, resolution to memorialize Planning Board's recommendations regarding Millington Quarry due on May 7.
Bernards Township Committee approves ordinance that appropriates funding for road repairs, technology improvements, more.
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