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Broadband, school needs top 2019 priorities

The upcoming year promises to be both exciting and challenging for Gloucester County government, according to county administrator Brent Fedors.

Hot button issues will include potential funding options for a new or renovated high school, potential broadband internet expansion in the county within a year’s time, and revisions to ordinances that will help small businesses thrive in the community.

“There have been a lot of behind-the-scenes accomplishments going on,” Fedors said. “There is no limit to the opportunities we have coming our way. Some are big. Some are small.”

Fedors said he is excited about the upcoming year for a number of reasons, including the effectiveness of organizational changes that were implemented over the past year, such as the addition of an assistant county administrator. “Bringing (that position) into play allows us to maintain momentum in many areas,” Fedors said.

One of these areas is the formation of the county&r...

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