Weekly Roundup: Aging infrastructure, Project Graduation top this week’s stories

Catch up on the biggest stories in Burlington Township this week.

Burlington Township Council discussed plans to address the town’s aging infrastructure, and Burlington Township parents are getting their fundraising for Project Graduation over the finish line. Catch up on everything from the past week in the Weekly Roundup.

Burlington Township council addressing the town’s aging infrastructure

Burlington Township’s council met Tuesday, May 9 to discuss capital improvements intended to address areas of town that are aging and in need of repair. The updates address an aging sewer system, outdated roadways, rehabilitation of unused tennis courts and updates to the township’s fueling facilities. The public hearing for the ordinances put forth will be held at the next council meeting on Tuesday, May 23.

Project Graduation: one night of fun for graduates, one year of work for parents

Project Graduation is an annual drug- and alcohol-free night of activities for Burlington Township High School’s graduating seniors. This year’s Project Graduation festivities will be held at the the Funplex, an amusement and water park in Mt. Laurel, following the high school’s graduation ceremony on June 20. The Project Graduation Committee is a subset of the Burlington Township Foundation — a nonprofit that raises funds to benefit education, athletics and the arts at Burlington Township schools. Project Graduation is one of the culminating events of the nonprofit’s yearly fundraisers.

BTPD asking for public’s help identifying suspects involved in hit and run

The Burlington Township Police Department announced Tuesday, May 9 that they are seeking assistance from the public in identifying two subjects and a vehicle involved in a hit and run incident at the Wal-Mart on May 4. If anyone is able to identify the two subjects and vehicle in they should contact patrol officer C. Zalot at (609) 386–2019 or czalot@burltwppd.com.