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The Board of Education wants to build on a successful year that saw Superintendent Dr. John Ravally earn some $29,000 in merit pay, by taking a more holistic approach to a student’s education when the next school year begins in September.
If all goes according to plan 26 new students will graduate from the 8th Annual Franklin Township Police Youth Academy program today at 2 pm in the Franklin High School auditorium.
Township Council members unanimously approved a resolution July 10 to make some changes for deer hunting in the upcoming 2018-19 season.
Property tax bills in New Jersey municipalities, including Franklin Township, will be delayed. According to the township website as soon as certified rates are received it will begin its billing process.
Assemblyman Joe Danielsen (D), who represents the 17th District in New Jersey State Assembly, recently unveiled his sponsorship of Assembly No. 10, a bill revising the requirements to authorize and access medical marijuana.
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