Pennsauken Township Holds Halloween Home Decorating Contest

The Pennsauken Department of Parks and Recreation and the Pennsauken Youth Action Committee will be holding their annual Halloween home decorating contest.   Judging will be between the hours of 7:00 PM and 9:000 PM on Oct. 22nd and 23rd.  Prizes are $100 for 1st place, $75 for 2nd place and $50 for 3rd place.

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Camden County Freeholder candidate Vincent Squire and “Silly Season”

Last Friday disgraced 2018 Camden County Freeholder and failed 2017 Pennsauken Township Committee candidate Vincent Squire put out a video entitled “The Silly Season”.  In this writer’s opinion based on his behavior Squire must consider the entire election cycle “The Silly Season”.  I don’t believe he’s shown us that he took last year’s Township Committee or this year’s Freeholder race seriously  Continue reading “Camden County Freeholder candidate Vincent Squire and “Silly Season””

Vincent Squire is again threatening to use the legal system to silence his detractors

Disgraced 2018 Camden County Freeholder and failed 2017 Pennsauken Township Committee candidate Vincent squire is again threatening to misuse police and judicial resources to quiet a detractor.  You may remember that Squire fraudulently filed criminal charges against a Pennsauken Township employee who spoke out against him (on his own time).  If you do not recall or not aware you can read about that HERE.  You may also recall that Squire fraudulently “served” a $10 million lawsuit on that same Pennsauken Township employee, myself and a local resident (his fake lawsuit fraudulently included a docket number that did not include any of the three of us and was assigned to a completely different lawsuit.  A report was filed with the Pennsauken Police Department at the time) earlier this year.  It seems Squire is at it again based on his Facebook post tonight.

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Unauthorized Democratic campaign signs in Pennsauken

Pennsauken’s Signgate continues.  As I understand it today was the first day the Democratic campaign for Pennsauken Township Committee was distributing lawn signs and already complaints are being reported of residents finding signs on their property that they did not authorize.  The proper way to distribute lawn signs is to get residents permission every year, assuming that properties change hands, not automatically place lawn signs on properties because they did so in the past.  Apparently this did not occur to the Pennsauken Democratic candidates.  Plastering our town with their signs would give the impression that they have a lot of support in town – and that’s apparently all that matters.   Continue reading “Unauthorized Democratic campaign signs in Pennsauken”

A “legalized” marijuana bill is up for a vote in the NJ legislature on October 29, 2018

Back in August New Jersey State Senate President Steve Sweeney told POLITICO in an interview that he believed a “legalized” marijuana bill would pass by the end of September.  At the time Sweeney told POLITICO that he was confident Democrats would secure the needed votes to pass a “legalized” marijuana bill.  Sweeney apparently is so confident that a “legalized” marijuana bill will pass in New Jersey he said “Don’t be surprised when people who say they were against it vote for it” predicting some Republican support.  Apparently we’ll find out shortly as several news outlets reported today that the legislature plans to vote on the measure to “legalize” marijuana on October 29th.  Continue reading “A “legalized” marijuana bill is up for a vote in the NJ legislature on October 29, 2018″

Pennsauken Township needs to enforce a social media policy for officials, employees and board members

We’ve seen Pennsauken Township officials, employees and board members speaking out quite a bit recently on social media about the upcoming election.  It’s no secret that we live in a partisan town.   The Democratic party and their handpicked and groomed successors have run things for over 30-years.  But have they forgotten that they serve the residents of Pennsauken and not the Democratic party?   Continue reading “Pennsauken Township needs to enforce a social media policy for officials, employees and board members”

Italian American Festival October 6th at Cooper River Park in Pennsauken

The Grand Lodge of New Jersey of the Order of Sons of Italy in America and the Camden County Board of Freeholders and Parks Department will be hosting an Italian American Festival and Car Show on October 6, 2018 at Cooper River Park.  This promises to be a day rich in tradition featuring Italian food, kids activities, entertainment, local wine tastings and a beer garden. New this year is a car show featuring Italian made automobiles.  Continue reading “Italian American Festival October 6th at Cooper River Park in Pennsauken”