Weekly Roundup: Gloucester Township preps for concert series, council accepts NJ DOT Grant

Check out what made headlines this week.

Gloucester Township named one of the most “livable cities” in the United States

Last week, the Gloucester Township was honored on a national level for its Project SAVE program, winning Honorable Mention at the 2018 City Livability Awards Program during The U.S. Conference of Mayors’ 86th Annual Meeting in Boston.

Council passes road-related initiatives

At Monday’s meeting, Gloucester Township Council accepted NJ DOT grant money to repair lane in Sicklerville. Also, they passed an ordinance on first reading to reduce parts of Salina Road to 35 mph.

County Freeholders approve roadway improvement projects for the summer

This week, Camden County free holders voted to spend millions of dollars in repairs will take place across the region over the next few months. Improvements include Clementon Berlin Road Bridge and the Haddonfield-Sorrell Horse Road Connector.

Local musicians will occupy Veterans Park during the Summer Sounds Concert Series at Veterans Park

Gloucester Township’s summer schedule is packed with exciting events. Their featured concert series includes Megan Knight, the Big Bleu Band and more.

GTPD celebrates Pride Month 2018

The department features a LGBT liaison unit, serving as both a spokesperson for the police department to local LGBT demographics as well as a representative of LGBT interests to the leaders of the organization.