Woolwich Township, NJ

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MESSAGE FROM THE GLOUCESTER COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE 

June 21, 2017 

For Immediate Release 
Contact: Bernie Weisenfeld – PIO – GCPO 
Phone: 856-384-5617 
RE: Woolwich homicide 
 
“The investigation into the Woolwich homicide is progressing. This investigation is in the early stages and relevant details cannot be released at the present time. However, all available information indicates there is no immediate safety concern for area residents,” said Prosecutor Sean F. Dalton. Anyone with information can contact Detective Michael Bates of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office at 856-384-5552

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Municipal Engineer FAQ

Municipal Engineer (8 Entries)

1. Who is the Municipal Engineer?

  • Frank Morris, P.E. of the Alaimo Firm is the Township's 2014 Municipal Engineer.

    2. How do I contact the municipal engineer?

  • Initial contact with Woolwich Township concerning most engineering issues such as drainage complaints, for example, MUST be made through the Township Director of Community development's office. The Director of Community Development will take your report, open a file if necessary, and refer the matter to the municipal engineer. In many cases the Townhip Administrator or Director of Community Development may be able to answer your questions or provide you information that is responsive to your inquiry without having to refer you to the municipal engineer. In order for the Finance Department to monitor engineering costs you should not contact the Township Engineer directly.

3. I have a question about my Developer's Escrow Account

  • You should contact the township directly.The Municipal Land Use Law provides developers certain appeal rights related to engineering fees that are charged to their escrow accounts.

5. How do I report a pothole?

  • Call the Township Administrator's Office or use the online Report a Pothole Problem [COMING SOON!].

6. Is the municipal engineer responsible for Land Use Board matters?

  • Generally speaking, the municipal engineer is not responsible for Land Use Board matters. Each board retains its own engineering consultant

    7. How do I report a stormwater drainage problem?

  • Call the Township Administrator's Office or use the online Report a Drainage Problem form [COMING SOON!].

8. I want to request that my street be paved. You should contact the Township Administrator's Office to discuss requests for street paving. A limited amount of funding is available each year for paving.

  • You should contact the Township Administrator's Office to discuss requests for street paving. A limited amount of funding is available each year for pavingand the Township has a five year plan in place based upon need. Therefore, the annual road overlay program is determined based on a priority point system. A team comprised of the Township Administrator, Public Works Superintendent, and the municipal engineer continually monitors road conditions and prioritizes drainage and overlay needs for the Township Committee.

Last Municipal Engineer Update: January 30, 2014.