Budget Introduction, T-Mobile Litigation Top Local News
A settled contract with the BPWA also tops this week in Bridgewater.
The township and T-Mobile are discussing a possible settlement to the litigation that would include allowing a cell tower to be built on public property that Bridgewater would lease to the telecommunications company.
The township council introduced a $ $38,935,484.46 budget Thursday, which includes a 0 percent tax increase over the 2012 figures.
The council approved a contract with the Bridgewater Public Works Association that will include 2 percent raises for 2012 and 2013, as well as a sick pay cap for accruals.
Rep. Leonard Lance, Lisa Niemi Swayze and others were on hand to celebrate the passage of a law that will help develop better treatments for some of the deadliest cancers, including pancreatic and lung cancers.
After less than a year in Bridgewater, CUPS Frozen Yogurt closed its doors at the Village at Commons, and now we wait for something to take its place.
Budgets passed in all four districts in this year’s annual fire elections.