The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will discuss a possible real estate tax exemption for surviving spouses of certain people killed in the line of duty during its meeting Tuesday night in the colonial courthouse. This will be the board’s first meeting with its new start time of 6 p.m.
The board has two public hearings scheduled to begin at 6:30. The first will consider an ordinance making it unlawful to permit dogs to run at large in the Holly Beach subdivision in northern Gloucester.
A second public hearing will allow residents to comment on the county administrator’s proposed fiscal year 2019-2023 Capital Improvement Plan. The CIP is a planning document that will be used to prepare future operating budgets, to anticipate future financial needs, and to identify possible funding resources.
In other news, supervisors are expected to discuss amendments to county code related to fireworks; will hear the planning commission’s 2017 annual report and discussion o...
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