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Chesilhurst Borough
201 Grant Avenue
Chesilhurst NJ 08089
1-856-767-4153

Hello Chesilhurst

I hope you and your family are keeping well.
As you know the weekly Conference calls for Mayors and with the Governor have been ongoing since this Pandemic has started. I along with Council President Marrone, Chief Smith, And OEM Manager have had several conference calls for their departments as well.

Council Updates: ALL REPORTS ARE PAUSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

I thank those that have been helping with the food bank, seniors, students, and those that have offered to see if anything is needed in reference to this Pandemic. I appreciate your calls to me. Thank you. Council Members iPads are in and are available for pick up along with signature requirements.

CHESILHURST UPDATE:

Public Works will be on its regular scheduled pickups for both Trash & Recyclables.
The Municipal Building will remain CLOSED to the Public. Taxes may be mailed. Residents can call For an appointment for the Tax office to or in person.

For the Boro Clerk- Please call or email for an appointment. 856-767-4153 ex 0

Masks are a requirement for entrance and while in the office.

The LeAnna Harris Park will remain CLOSED- THE TRACK IS OPEN FOR WALKING IR RUNNING.

The Park & Basketball Court at the Shirley B Foster School Will remain CLOSED

The Arland Poindexter Community Center is to remain CLOSED

Refunds will be given for those that scheduled events for rental of the center during this time.

CHESILHURST DAY JUNE 6th is CANCELLED

COVID-19 Cases 11

AGAIN- WE ARE NOT AT LIBERTY TO DISCLOSE WHO HAS THE VIRUS or WHERE THEY LIVE.

I do NOT get that information. If the family disclosed that information to the public that is their choice. The information received is Male or Female/ age/ Town. Please be respectful of people’s personal information.

Regarding Council 2 Vacant Seats

Councilwoman Rochelle Parks And Councilman Herbert Littles resigned. There Resignation has been accepted and voted upon by Council.

Councilwoman Parks wanted me to share that she moved and she enjoyed her time served on Council and she will remain active in the Community. I respect her decision because it is very important as we serve that we in fact live in the Boro of Chesilhurst not just hold names on a property here. It is our duty to be truthful about this situation. I commend her integrity.

As of today, I have not heard from Littles, so I can not give a message from him to the residents. With that being said, if anyone has an interest in these two vacant seats and you are a Registered Democrat because the persons holding those prior seats were, Registered as Democrats please see Committeeman Matthew Marrone.

First Baptist Church
Corner Cupboard Food Pantry Will be open
Wednesday, May 20th, 3-6 pm
57 White Horse Pike
CHESILHURST NJ 08089

You do not have to be a Chesilhurst resident to get assistance. People are to Remain in their VEHICLES. Drive-Up, Items will be placed in your trunk. Grab & Go will also be available for those that require that assistance.

POLICE DEPARTMENT
Operating on a Full Schedule
The Chesilhurst Police Department
They are offering Motorcades for Milestones
Birthdays, Weddings, Anniversaries, Graduations.
Residents are to EMAIL or call for an appointment. [email protected]
The Mayor’s Approval. Please remember to stay safe. Remember to practice The regulations of The CDC.
Please go to camdencounty.com or nj.gov for ALL of your information

Praying for you all.
Keep Smiling & God Bless Chesilhurst
Mayor Jamila Bremmer
Chesilhurst Borough Counts Too

Primary Election will be held on July 7th Per Governor Murphy

He is also signing executive order to clarify procedures for the July 7th
primary election.

  • All registered Democrats and Republicans will automatically receive a
    postage-paid vote by mail ballot.
  • Unaffiliated and inactive voters will receive a postage-paid vote by mail
    ballot application.
  • Counties will be required to distribute secure drop boxes for voters to turn
    in completed ballots.
  • For in-person voting, we will require at least one polling location to be open
    per municipality. Social distancing will be enforced and voting machines will
    be cleaned after each use.
  • The deadline for the Board of Elections to receive mail-in ballots will be
    extended from 48 hours after polls close to 7 days after polls close. The
    ballot has to be postmarked on the day of the election.

Please remember to do your Census!
We want Chesilhurst to be Counted!

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