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Same place, new face(s): Cinnaminson is switching things up
Cinnaminson is switching things up. The township committee will be restructuring the township police department by having a police chief run the department instead of a director of public safety. This is one of a few changes to occur after last Monday’s meeting. According to Mayor Donald Brauckmann, in 2011 the township was left in a position where the township would benefit from temporality bringing in an outside professional to lead the department — the director of public safety.
Leaving a footprint for South Jersey’s youth
It’s never too early to get a running start. At least that is the mindset of Cinnaminson community organizer Lauren Leight, who wants to get even 2- to 3-year-olds on their feet this fall for The Healthy Kids Running Series. The Healthy Kids Running Series, a nonprofit originating in Pennsylvania, has helped many towns nationwide dust off their running shoes. The series, held twice a year, once in the spring and fall, accommodates kids from all age demographics. Children from Pre-K to eighth grade are invited to run in the race most appropriate for their age group.
Freeholders Gibbs, Hughes invite Burlington County women to share their voice
Burlington County Freeholder Director Kate Gibbs and Deputy Director Linda Hughes are inviting women in the community to share their voice on the unique issues they face in their daily lives. In partnership with the newly reinvigorated Burlington County Women’s Advisory Council, Gibbs and Hughes are launching a new county-wide women’s survey to gather meaningful input on how county services and programs could be enhanced to better address their needs.