August is National Water Quality Month: An Opportunity for Improvement
In August, the perfect time to celebrate National Water Quality Month, we enjoy the benefit and privilege of our waterways, and heeding the perennial warnings of remaining hydrated during our recent hot spells by drinking plenty of water. Yet, unsurprisingly, many take drinking water for granted even though we all understand that safe drinking water is a must for us to live.
Community and Police Relations: A Way Forward
This week there were many “National Night Out” events being held in communities throughout our district to highlight one of the most critical issues we face as law-abiding citizens: how to improve police-community relations. In recent years, it seems that the relationship between the two (or lack of it) fills the news cycle with negative messages and disturbing videos. But it doesn’t have to be that way. This is why I sponsored two pieces of legislation that I believe will help restore faith and confidence in this relationship.
Residents Asked To Donate New Reuseable Bags To Food Bank Of South Jersey
WESTAMPTON – The Food Bank of South Jersey needs reuseable bags to distribute groceries to neighbors in need, and the Burlington County Library System and Burlington County Commissioners are lending a helping hand.
Singleton And County's School Supply Drive Continues With Mount Laurel Drop-Off Site
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ — The Burlington County Commissioners, Burlington County Sheriff’s Department and New Jersey Senator Troy Singleton want to make sure every Burlington County child is prepared to return to school this fall.