The midway point of February is now in the rearview mirror, and the last full week of the month is upon us. There’s plenty to keep in mind in the coming days. Let’s take a look at what’s going on.
‘Frustration Continues’: As was discussed at the most recent town council meeting, residents on New Jersey Avenue are still frustrated with the mess of homes being left by neighbors, creating eyesores and home value drops. Here’s the original story. We’re working on a follow-up as well this week, so keep an eye out.
Board of Education Meets: The Jefferson Township Board of Education will meet Monday night for its regular meeting, and we’ll be there to cover the issues. At the last meeting, a parent came forward and asked why his step-daughter’s complaints of racist and sexually-oriented remarks were not being addressed. See more here.
What’s the Business With Your Business? We’ll be taking a look at issues going on in the business community this week and bringing those stories to you. Feel free to speak out now and let us know what problems business owners are facing at the local level.
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