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Burlington County Summer Restaurant Week Will Celebrate Events Five-Year Anniversary

Burlington County Restaurant Week will celebrate five years of tasty food, drinks and economic success this summer during what is expected to become the event’s largest and most exciting chapter yet.

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Singleton Resolution to Designate July as ‘Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness and Prevention Month’ Advances

TRENTON – The Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens’ Committee advanced legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton that would designate July as “Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness and Prevention Month’, in an effort to foster a greater understanding of these conditions, promote research and prevention efforts, and support individuals and families who are affected by conditions like cleft lip and palate.

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Burlington County Summer Restaurant Week Will Celebrate Event’s Five-Year Anniversary

MOUNT HOLLY – Burlington County Restaurant Week will celebrate five years of tasty food, drinks and economic success this summer during what is expected to become the event’s largest and most exciting chapter yet.

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South Jersey dials up pressure on Philly 'boom car' parties

WILLINGBORO — Letters from aggrieved South Jersey officials are stacking up on the desk of Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle Parker on a familiar topic — “boom car” parties occurring in the City of Brotherly Love and how to stop them.

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Burlington County Legislators, Sheriff, and Commissioners Call on Philly Mayor to Crack Down on Boom Car Parties

(MOORESTOWN) – State legislators, law enforcement, and county commissioners sent a letter to Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle Parker requesting she crack down on the “boom car” parties that torment the residents living in Burlington County towns along the Delaware River. The letter was signed by New Jersey State Senator Troy Singleton, Assemblyman Herb Conaway Jr., Assemblywoman Carol Murphy, Burlington County Sheriff James Kostoplis, and Burlington County Commissioners Felicia Hopson, Dan O’Connell, Allison Eckel, Tom Pullion and Balvir Singh. The text of the letter is below:

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Burlington County Leaders Appeal to Philadelphia Mayor to Address “Boom Car” Disturbances

MOORESTOWN, NJ – Burlington County officials have formally reached out to Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle Parker, urging her to intensify efforts against disruptive “boom car” parties. These events have been a source of ongoing disturbance for the residents along the Delaware River facing Philadelphia.

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Celebrating Juneteenth

Juneteenth is a poignant reminder of the collective progress we have made since our nation's original sin of slavery officially ended, and the work that still remains in order to achieve an equal and just society.

I celebrated Juneteenth at events in Willingboro and Westampton this past weekend, and tonight I will be attending the PRC (Palmyra, Riverton, Cinnaminson) Juneteenth Celebration at Riverton Memorial Park and the Mount Laurel Juneteenth event at Laurel Acres Park.

I hope to see you there, and that together, we can continue the legacy of faith, hope and perseverance. 

Singleton, Cruz-Perez Propose Constitutional Amendment to Increase Veterans’ Property Tax Deduction

TRENTON – The Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee advanced a concurrent resolution sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Nilsa Cruz-Perez proposing a constitutional amendment to increase the amount of the veterans’ property tax deduction from $250 to $2,500 over the next four years.

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Stack, Singleton Bill Permitting Certain Local Units and Authorities to Reduce Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Fees for Low-Income People Advances

Trenton – The Senate Community and Urban Affairs committee advanced legislation today sponsored by Senator Brian Stack and Senator Troy Singleton that would permit certain local units and authorities to reduce water, sewer, and stormwater fees for low-income individuals under certain conditions.

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Singleton Bill to Monitor Domestic Violence Offenders Advances

TRENTON – In an effort to better enforce domestic violence restraining orders and prevent further violence, the Senate Judiciary Committee advanced legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton that would establish a four-year pilot program in Ocean County for the electronic monitoring of certain domestic violence offenders.

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