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  Mayor Cahn's Weekly Column: Focusing on Education
In Mayor Cahnís weekly column, he talked about how education is critical to ensuring the continued long-term success of our community.
Emergency Sewer Repairs Ė Intersection of Ramble Road and Sheffield Road
A project to repair storm sewer lines in the vicinity of the Intersection for Ramble Road and Sheffield Road is scheduled to begin construction, with weather permitting, on January 16.
Mayor Cahn Launches the Citizen's Cabinet
In Mayor Cahnís weekly column, he introduced the Citizenís Cabinet, a voluntary citizenís board, made up of a diverse cross section of neighborhood leaders, Civic Association leaders, community activists and concerned residents.
Four Cherry Hill residents to be awarded the Camden County Freedom Medal
Four Cherry Hill residents were chosen to receive the 2012 edition of the Camden County Freedom Medal for their unselfish contributions to improving their community. The award, created in 2001, is presented to civic leaders who demonstrate the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Get updated alerts/info via text message
Special text alert system set up to deliver news to residents via their cell phones throughout the forthcoming storm.
Free leaf bags now available to all residents
For more information, call the Mayor's Office at (856) 488-7878 or DPW at (856) 424-4422.
Cahn cites need for cooperation in moving Cherry Hill forward
Click to read the full text of Mayor Chuck Cahn's inauguration speech, delivered as he took office Monday.
NJDOT to close I-295 ramp in Mt. Laurel Sunday; traffic to be diverted to Exit 34 in Cherry Hill
Exit to be closed 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday to facilitate utility pole installation project.
Chuck Cahn sworn in as new Mayor of Cherry Hill
In first public address, Mayor pledges line-by-line review of budget to identify cost savings for taxpayers.
Barclay, Croft Farm sites named ĎNational Recreation Trailsí
The trails are the only locations in N.J. to receive designation for 2011 and are among just 41 sites given the title this year.
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