Sunday, March 31, 2019


April is Distracted Driving Awareness month so starting tomorrow, April 1st, Lindenwold Police will begin cracking down on people who text and drive.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019


Last week, we reported on our Facebook page that Governor Murphy generously awarded the students of Lindenwold School District an additional $2.4 Million in state aid funding. Monday night however, the Lindenwold School Board voted (not unanimous) to take $120,000 of the students' money in the form of tax relief back to residents. What this boils down to is that the school board is stealing approximately $42 from each and every Lindenwold student in order to save each taxpayer approximately $24. Does this make sense?

It would be one thing if our school district was fully funded, but even with the $2.4 Million increase from Governor Murphy, our district still remains more than $12 Million in the whole. If, on the other hand, the school board kept our taxes flat and utilized that $120,000 to create distinguishable district programming, our potential property value increase could far offset the $24 shortsighted savings. Our taxes are already some of the lowest in Camden County. 

In a decade's long, severely under-funded, disadvantaged school district, our students deserve all the opportunity they can get. Give the students back their money! Feel free to share your thoughts with school board president, Cathy Moncrief. Her email address is  P.S. Thank you to the school board members who voted on the students' side of this issue!

Friday, March 8, 2019


ICYMI: Budget Address 2020: Worth a watch for every New Jersey resident but extra special for Aurelio Sotelo, a graduate of Lindenwold High School, whom Governor Murphy recognized for outstanding achievement. Thank you Governor Murphy! 

Congratulations to Aurelio, his family and the Lindenwold education system! #shoutouttoLindenwold #StrongerFairerNJ #LoveLindenwold

To hear the nod to Aurelio and Lindenwold, fast forward to 29:15.