The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors began 2022 by announcing that it plans to revisit the current budget in light of Attorney General Mark Herring’s opinion on the use of revenue from the 1 percent sales tax.
That’s going to be a big task for supervisors in the coming weeks. The board is also faced with replacing Brent Fedors, the county administrator who stepped down from the post in November. At present, Deputy County Administrator Carol Steele is serving as acting county administrator while the search for a replacement goes on.
In addition to those, the board is sure to be facing a number of other issues in the coming weeks and months, and the members will be relying on input from residents on what they should do. So, if you have an idea how to attract new business to the county, a suggestion for a service the county should be providing, how best to spend your tax dollars, or any other thought about what the county should—or shouldn’t—be doing, there’s an easy way to g...
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