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Posted on: November 25, 2020

[ARCHIVED] A Message from Mayor and Council

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To Our Cherry Hill Family,

In a year like no other, we extend to you our gratitude for everything you do. While the world looks forward to 2021 with great and renewed hope, we tip our hats to the scores of residents who continue to fight the good fight each and every day.  A special thanks to our front line health care professionals, first responders, our military families, the men and women of our Armed Services, and the many residents who demonstrate resilience and kindness in all they do.

We are a diverse, inclusive, and prosperous community, and we recognize and support those who have fallen on hard times.  We’ve seen the compassion from our community throughout this year, and we hope those of us who are able to give find a way to continue to do so during these challenging times.  If you find yourself in a place where you need a little more help, please visit our resources page here or reach out to us at Town Hall.

We have much to be grateful for—your friendship and partnership being among the top on the list!

Above all else, we are blessed to live in a community that respects its neighbors, its neighborhoods, supports health and safety, values education and, embraces the beauty of our cultural differences. We will continue to fight to make sure Cherry Hill continues to uphold these values.

On behalf of the Cherry Hill Township, thank you for being leaders in the continued betterment of the community we love and share. From our homes to yours, we wish you and your family good health and a peaceful Thanksgiving.

With Gratitude,


Susan Shin Angulo
Mayor
David Fleisher
Council President


Brian Bauerle, Council Vice President
Carole Roskoph, Councilwoman  
Sangeeta Doshi, Councilwoman  
Michele Golkow, Councilwoman   
Jennifer Apell, Councilwoman  
William Carter, Councilman

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