HT in the News
Congratulations Haddon Township!
Voted #4 Top Town by South Jersey Magazine!
(No.4) HADDON TOWNSHIP
Haddon Township skyrocketed 20 spots on this year’s list thanks to the ongoing emergence of the Westmont area, where a respectable dining scene and a thriving arts community have found a home.
2011 rank: 24
Average residential value: $223,106
Average residential taxes: $6,791
Commute to Philly: 20 minutes
Community theater is alive and well at The Ritz while the newly formed SoHa Arts District has given a place for aspiring local artists of all ages a place to call home.
Pasta lovers flock to Severino for homemade creations like roasted chicken and gouda ravioli while nearby Treno blisters pizzas to perfection in their wood-burning oven. Just down the block, The Pour House complements their menu with a bevy of craft beers.
Haddon Twp. Duo Film Music Video Ode to Town
The Wayside Shakeup uses Haddon Township as a backdrop for their video”Tallest Building in Town.”
Letter from Governor Chris Christie Congratulating Haddon Township for Continued Tax Relief!
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New Jersey Municipalities Magazine October 2010
Undertaking Redevelopment Against All Odds by Mayor Randall W. Teague
To read the complete article —-Haddon Township Article
Saddler’s Woods Philadelphia Inquirer Article
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Courier Post Applauds Haddon Twp. Tax Decrease
On Thursday, April 29, 2010, the Courier Post editorial staff recognized that Mayor Randall Teague, Commissioner Paul Dougherty and Commissioner John Foley have managed to put forward a budget that will lower the municipal tax rate despite the very difficult circumstances presented by the loss of state aid. “It shows that they are listening to taxpayers’ desire for more responsible and responsive government that actually does something about out-of-control property taxes.” To view the entire article please click on: http://www.courierpostonline.com/article/20100429/OPINION/4290320/1046/Local-governments-must-hold-the-line