CROSSWICKS, NJ –

The Crosswicks Fire Company held its annual voting for its 2012 budget.  46 people voted and 8 out of the total voted against the budget.  This budget shows what the Fire Company will spend on for their fiscal year which runs from February, 2012 through February, 2013.

“The Union Fire Company and the Chesterfield-Hamilton Fire District No. 1 would like to thank all of the residents who came out to vote yesterday for their support.  The 2012 budget passed with a vote of 38-6 and both Stanely Lewis and Joe Dubell were re-elected to the position of commissioner.  Your support allows us to continue helping you.”

The Fire Company also took a quote from the Burlington County Times:

“Incumbents Joseph Dubell (42 votes) and Stanley Lewis (40) won three-year terms.Voters approved a $474,380 tax levy that is part of a $646,299 budget by a 38-8 margin. The tax rate will increase from 9.6 cents to 9.9 cents per $100 of assessed property value. The owner of a home assessed at the township average of $396,500 will pay $392.53 in fire taxes, an annual increase of $11.89.”