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Left to right: Deputy Mayor Heather Cooper, Mayor Jaclyn Veasy, and Councilwoman Patricia Hansen

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The deadline to apply for an absentee ballot3PM November 7th is the deadline to apply in-person for an absentee ballot at the Burlington County Clerk’s office.
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Election DayPolls are open from 6 AM until 8 PM. You can still vote if you’re in line by 8 PM. Check for your polling place location at https://www.nj.gov/state/elections/vote-polling-location.shtml
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In the News

‘Building public trust’ – Evesham police upgrade holsters to prompt camera surveillance

Police host township’s largest swearing-in ceremony – Local, county and state officials gather for historic session

Evesham Given ‘Healthy Town Award’ for Second Year in a Row, Largely Due to Programs Included in Mayor’s Wellness Campaign

Township adds a cistern to rain garden – The tank collects rainwater, which is known to be more beneficial than township or city water

Small businesses are the lifeblood of New Jersey’s economy – Local and state officials gathered at a local diner to discuss small business growth

Local restaurant cited for community involvement – Mission BBQ awarded for supporting veterans and first responders

Upgrades are coming to Indian Spring Golf Course – Range will eventually offer concessions and mini-pro shop

Final community input meeting for former “Beagle Club” property set – Township will let residents tour the passive park at a future date

Council proclaims township inclusivity for LGBTQ+ community – Members also cite advocacy work of Garden State Equality

Burlington County partners with Evesham for housing assistance webinar – Burlington County Commissioner, Evesham Mayor and Deputy Mayor discussed critical assistance programs


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