Gloucester residents will have an opportunity to weigh in Tuesday night on what major projects they would like to see funded in the county’s next budget cycle, which will likely be adopted in April.
The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing beginning at 7:30 in the colonial courthouse on its Capital Improvement Plan recommendations for 2018-2022.
Expansion of the Gloucester Social Services building, roofing replacements at several schools, and new voting machines are just a few of the items that top the county’s list of capital improvement projects over the next five years.
During the board’s last regular meeting Jan. 17, county administrator Brent Fedors presented a series of recommendations that had been compiled and prioritized from a variety of feedback, including his own, from the county’s CIP Development Team, department heads, the planning commission and the public.
Though the public hearing on the county’s CIP is gen...
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