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Tax Collector's Office: Open until 6:30 PM on Mondays
Tax Assessor's Office: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM on Mondays

UPDATE: REORGANIZATION MEETING DATE ANNOUNCED! It’s Official! Congratulations Councilpersons-elect Tait & Allmond! And Councilman Tim Howard as well!!

UPDATE: THE BOROUGH’S ANNUAL REORGANIZATION MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 2018 AT 10:00 AM. THE MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE COURT ROOM AT PALMYRA BOROUGH HALL.

Councilpersons-elect Gina Tait and Brandon Allmond will be officially sworn into office for their respective three-year terms and annual appointments will be announced during the Reorganization Meeting.

Burlington County’s election officials have counted all the votes and the results are in: during the General Election held on Tuesday, November 7th, Gina Tait was re-elected and public office-newcomer Brandon Allmond was elected as well. Both will now serve three-year terms on Borough Council. Congratulations!

Also, Councilman Tim Howard was elected to complete the unexpired term of former Councilwoman Shelby Tucker who resigned last December. Councilman Frank Cosky had been previously appointed to fill that term until the recent General Election was held.

Councilman Howard was sworn in to the unexpired term (which ends on December 21, 2018) during the Council Meeting on Monday night. This left Councilman Howard’s current term vacant (that expires at the end of this year). Borough Council than selected Brandon Allmond to fill that term until he is sworn into office to begin his full three-year term in January!! Holy-Election-Confusion-Batman! Congratualtions to Councilman Howard, and well, Councilman Allmond again too!!!

Councilpersons-elect Gina Tait and Brandon Allmond will be officially sworn into office for their respective three-year terms during the Borough’s Annual Reorganization Meeting to be held the first week of January 2018.

We all wish the very best for the newest members of our Governing Body!

Also, special thanks to Councilman Frank Cosky and Council-candidates Susan VanEmburgh and Paul Bisceglie for their dedicated and much appreciated service to our community. Best wishes and good luck in all you do in the future!

It’s certainly not an easy thing to do to “stick your neck out” and run for elected office so it’s very special when six of our neighbors, each committed to this community in their own way, decide to do so.  Thank you everyone for your commitment to Palmyra!