Westampton Township - Burlington County, New Jersey -- News and Calendar
The Maybury Farm (until 1992) - Springside Road
This land is Spring Meadows (Springside Road) since around 1993
WESTAMPTON TOWNSHIP INFORMATION
710 Rancocas Road, Westampton 08060
Mayor: Carolyn Chang
Deputy Mayor: Robert Maybury
Township Committee: Patricia Winsett Teleisa, C. Andre Daniels, Robert Thorpe
Meetings: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m.
Clerk: Donna Ryan
Court Administrator: Susan Graubart
Tax Assessor: Marie Procacci
Tax Collector: Carol Brown-Layou
Police Chief: Rick Smith
Fire Chief: Acting Chief - Craig Farnsworth II
Board of Education: Suzanne Applegate, Christina Daily, Daniel Dole, Russell Hansel, Melanie Logan, Morgan Merrill, LaToya Myers, Vanessa Nichols, Teri Stallone
Meetings: 2nd Monday of the month, 7 p.m.
Superintendent: Mrs. Virginia Grossman
Secretary: Tracy McGuire
Address: 700 Rancocas Road
High School: Rancocas Valley Regional (see listings for regional school districts)
Anderson + Scott
Who's wrong for Westampton : + = We can do better.
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John Anderson lives in a house on the Chitister Farm. Anderson's claim to fame is being part of a boat or boat company that is apparently invisible to everyone.
Gil Gehin Scott (Gehin-Scott) lives in the Village of Rancocas. Gehin-Scott is the owner of record for the former Grange Hall at # 80 Green Street in the Village. This building is crumbling before his eyes and the eyes of the groups he is part of in the village. Gehin Scott's Claim to fame is the Rancocas Civic Association Treasurer and Westampton Township Historical Society Treasurer, yet the historic building (former Grange Hall) he owns is crumbling in on itself.
We can do better.
WARNING: Permanent Alimony is alive and a huge business in New Jersey. Please help spread the word for a very worthy movement to reform New Jersey's outdated alimony laws. http://www.njalimonyreform.org/ .