The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors spent more than five hours Tuesday night in the colonial courthouse discussing potential cuts and additions.
Sunny skies and comfortable temperatures provided the perfect setting for over 20,000 people to visit last weekend’s festival.
The brief ceremony marked the end of the committee’s five years of efforts to educate the community about the Civil War.
Motion not put on table
Residents can find out about projects, join discussions, share ideas
Altemus previously served on the board from 1994 until she was defeated for reelection to her York district seat by Carter Borden in 2009.
Business will be located on Guinea Circle
Public hearing at 8 p.m. Tuesday
County has no provision to pick up the cost
Replaces Doug Meredith, who retired