Borough Caucus Meeting

August 31, 2021

Council discussed agenda items for the Tuesday, September 7th meeting starting at 7 p.m.

[Borough Agenda 8-31-2021]

[Payment of bills 8-31-2021] – An Open Public Records Act request was submitted on 8-31-2021 for the approved payment of bills. 

Board Meeting

August 17, 2021

The August board of education meeting was held at Mary E. Volz School library.  Absent from the meeting was board member Angle Beebe.  The regular meeting minutes for July 20, 2021 was approved. 

Under presentations was the discussion/development for the Board of Education goals 2021-2022. 

The Board approved Haley Charlesworth as a long-term substitute for third grade at Bingham School step 1 BA at $50,700.00 effective September 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022.  Tyler Witcraft was approved as a long-term substitute for fourth grade at Mary E. Volz School step 1 BA, $50,700.00 effective September 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022.   

Isabelle Salurso was approved as a third grade teacher at Downing School step 1 BA, $50,700.00 (pending paperwork), effective September 1, 2021.  Michele O. Hanley was approved as an instructional aide at Volz School step 1 $16,400.00 effective September 1, 2021. 

The Board approved the resignation of Amanda Haviland and Heather Logan, both instructional aides at Bingham School. 

Under finance, the financial reports for the month ending June 2021 and July 2021 were approved. 

There were several policies and regulations for first reading that was approved. 

During the public portion of the meeting, a few audience members spoke up about the children being required to wear a mask for the start of the 2021- 2022 school year.  The mask mandate is from New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. 

The September board of education meeting was changed to September 14th starting at 7 p.m. in the Mary E. Volz School library. 

[Board Agenda 8-17-2021]

[Financial Report 8-17-2021] – An Open Public Records Act request was submitted on 8-17-2021 for the approved financial report.  The request was completed on 8-17-2021. 

Borough Caucus Meeting

July 27, 2021

Council discussed agenda items for the Wednesday, August 4th meeting starting at 7 p.m. 

[Borough Caucus Agenda 7-27-2021]

[Payment of bills 7-27-2021] – An Open Public Records Act request was submitted on 7-27-2021 for the approved payment of bills. The request was completed on 7-30-2021 and received out of order by the Borough.

Board Meeting

July 20, 2021

The July board of education meeting was held at Mary E. Volz School.  Absent from the meeting was board president Samantha Spaulding.  Board member Daniel Murray ran the meeting. 

The regular meeting minutes for June 15, 2021 was approved. 

Under presentations, board secretary Sean McCarron and superintendent Mark Iannucci went over the district goals for 2021-2022. 

All district reports will continue at the September BOE meeting. 

Under facility use, the Board approved the Runnemede Police to use the Volz library and some classrooms for the Junior Police Academy in August. 

Stephanie D’Angelo was approved as a long-term substitute teacher BA- Step 1 $50,750.00 from January 1, 2022 through May 2, 2022.  Denise Horgan was approved as an instructional aide for the 2021-2022 school year at Step 1 $16,400.00.  Blake Smitley was also approved as an instructional aide at Step 1 $16,400.00 effective September 1, 2021.  Colin Burnett was approved as a math teacher at Mary Volz School BA Step 2, $51,335.00 effective September 1, 2021.  Kelly Gillian was approved as a preschool teacher at Step 1 BA $50,750.00 effective September 1, 2021.  Laura Herrera-Mateo was approved as the Spanish teacher BA- Step 1 $50,750.00 effective September 1, 2021. 

The joint purchasing agreement with Penns Grove-Carneys Point Board of Education (Salem County Cooperative Pricing Consortium) to purchase baked goods, milk/juice/diary and ice cream for the 2021-2022 school year was approved.

The next regular board of education meeting will be on Tuesday, August 17, 2021, starting at 6 p.m. in the Mary E. Volz School library. 

[Board Agenda 7-20-2021]

[Financial Report 7-20-2021] – An Open Public Records Act request was submitted on 7-20-2021 for the approved financial report. 

July 4th Parade

July 4, 2021

Runnemede’s 4th of July parade video.

Runnemede’s 4th of July Parade

July 3, 2021

Runnemede’s 4th of July parade will take place on Sunday, July 4th starting at 1 p.m. along the Black Horse Pike.

Borough Caucus Meeting

June 29, 2021

Council discussed agenda items for the Tuesday, July 6th meeting starting at 7 p.m. in the Borough Hall. 

[Borough Caucus Agenda 6-29-2021]

[Payment of bills 6-29-2021] – An Open Public Records Act request was submitted on 6-29-2021 for the approved payment of bills. 

Board Meeting

June 15, 2021

The June board of education meeting was held in-person at Grace Downing School.  This was the first time since March 2020 that the board of education meeting was held in-person.  All board members were present. 

Under personnel, the Board approved Bernadette Chappell, Jidvett Fabian and Maria Mendez as instructional aides at step 1 $16,400.00 effective September 1, 2021.  Elizabeth Koskinas was approved as a custodian, off guide at $43,588.00. 

The resignation of Valerie Ryan, math teacher at Volz School effective July 1, 2021 was approved. 

Under finance, the Board approved the financial reports for the month ending May 2021. The Board approved several policies and public relations. 

The Board did go into an executive session to discuss personnel/annual superintendent evaluation. 

The next board of education meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at Mary Volz School library starting at 7 p.m. 

[Board Agenda 6-15-2021]

[Financial Report 6-15-2021] – An Open Public Records Act request was submitted on 6-15-2021 for the approved financial report.  The request was completed on 6-15-2021.   

Unofficial Election Results

June 8, 2021

Click the link below for the unofficial 2021 primary election results.

[2021 Unofficial Primary Election Results]

Primary Election Day

June 7, 2021

Primary Election Day is Tuesday, June 8th.  Polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

Polling locations are:

Residents that live in voting districts 1, 4 or 6 will be voting at the Harry Williams Senior Center that is located at 2 Broadway.

Residents that live in voting districts 2, 3 or 5 will be voting at the Borough Hall in the courtroom that is located at 24 N. Black Horse Pike.

Eleanor Kelly and Craig Laubenstein are running for re-election for the two seats on Council.  Ed White is also running for one of the two seats on Council. 

[Camden County Voting and Elections Website]