HomeMedford NewsWeekly Roundup: Medford agrees on forming subcommittee to revisit Sign Ordinance, Shawnee...

Weekly Roundup: Medford agrees on forming subcommittee to revisit Sign Ordinance, Shawnee hosts…

Weekly Roundup: Medford agrees on forming subcommittee to revisit Sign Ordinance, Shawnee hosts Jazz Festival

In other news, Shawnee High School’s Musical hosted their first annual Character Breakfast, helping raise over $1000 for the school’s production of Cinderella

At the latest Medford Township council meeting, Main Street business owners expressed concerns regarding the sign ordinance, and Shawnee hosted it’s annual Jazz Festival on Feb. 2, where other LRHSD schools also competed. Catch up on all of the week’s biggest stories in the Weekly Roundup.

Township discusses subcommittee for sign ordinance, PPE zones at council meeting

- Advertisement -

Medford township once again took to consideration the sign ordinance at the most recent council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 6, agreeing to form another subcommittee to revisit the ordinance. In addition, township planner Scott Taylor discussed the Park, Public and Education report, noting there’s an unusual “conglomeration of uses” within Medford’s PPE zone, and that re-examination and potential re-zoning of some of the properties in the PPE zones is recommended.

Shawnee Students Take Stage at Jazz Festival

The Shawnee Concert Band performing in the Shawnee Auditorium at the Jazz Festival. Some students in the band also performed solos for the crowd. Photo: Krista Cerminaro, The Sun

Twelve high school jazz bands across South Jersey took the stage at Shawnee High School on Friday, Feb. 2, to compete against one another at Shawnee’s annual Jazz Festival. While Shawnee was ineligible to win any awards because they hosted the event, Seneca was awarded for best rhythm section, Cherokee for best trumpet section, and Bridgewater-Raritan for best saxes and trombone.

Man charged with DWI, unlawful possession of weapon at Murphy’s Marketplace

David Moore, of Southampton, was processed and charged with possession of a weapon for unlawful purpose, unlawful possession of a weapon, driving while intoxicated and reckless driving after Medford Police found him asleep behind the wheel of a Ford F-150 in the Murphy’s Marketplace parking lot on Feb. 9, around 1 a.m. Police also discovered a large hunting knife and expandable baton in the driver’s door panel.

Weichert, Realtors’ Medford office, top associate recognized for regional sales awards

Dan Giannetto, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, announced that the Medford office was recognized for exceptional performance in January. The office led its Weichert sales region, which is comprised of offices throughout Burlington, Camden, Atlantic and Gloucester counties, in new home dollar volume for the month. Individually, sales associate Carlo Vitulano led the region in the same category.


Stay Connected

- Advertisment -

Current Issue