The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will hear a presentation on regionalization of the county’s sewer system during its meeting Tuesday night in the colonial courthouse. The board will also hold a public hearing to consider amending county code dealing with procurement.
The regular meeting will begin at 7 o’clock; the public hearing will start at 8.
Other matters on Tuesday night’s agenda include a discussion of the county’s legislative priorities, the county’s audit report and a discussion on board rules of procedure.
Resolutions will also be presented to retiring board of supervisors members Carter Borden (York), John Northstein (Petsworth) and Louise Theberge (at large), commending their years of service to the county.
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