Notice Of A Public Hearing
Year (2023) Community Development Application
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS, GROUPS AND AGENCIES:
On or before December 16, 2022, the Township of Florence intends to submit a request to the Burlington County Office of Community Development for Community Development Block Grant funds. Prior to submitting its application for funds, the Township of Florence will conduct a public hearing at its regular town meeting. The hearing will be held:
DATE: December 14, 202
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Council Chambers, 711 Broad Street, Florence Township, Burlington County, New Jersey 08518
Members of the public are welcome to attend this meeting in person. The meeting will also be offered virtually. Instructions for virtual attendance can be found on the township’s website www.florence-nj.gov or by calling the Clerk’s office at 609-499-2525 Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
PURPOSE: This hearing will be held to afford interested parties the opportunity to review and comment on the activities which the Township of Florence will include in its application for Community Development funds. Residents of the Township of Florence are invited to attend this hearing and comment during the public portion of the hearing.
PROJECT: Elimination of architectural barriers for handicapped persons by installing appropriate ramps, aprons, and sidewalks where none exist or where sub-standard features are present. All work funded by the Community Development Block Grant will occur within the areas of the township deemed eligible by guidelines established by the Burlington County Community Development Office and/or the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
For additional information concerning this Hearing, the public may write to or call Ted Lovenduski, (609) 499-2525, Municipal Complex, 711 Broad Street, Florence, NJ 08518.
Persons requiring special assistance to participate in hearing due to condition of handicap or disability may call the above indicated contact person 48 hours prior to the hearing to make proper arrangements for participation.
Nancy L. Erlston, RMC