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Borden lost a bid for a third term for the Haddonfield Board of Commissioners on Tuesday.
Candidates and election-watchers pack the municipal building to find out the results of Tuesday's vote.
The trio, who finished on top of a field of six candidates, represent a mix of experience as municipal officials.
Haddon Patch editors and readers chatted about borough issues, the election and the candidates as election results came in. Read the transcript here.
Ballots in Haddonfield's District 1 have the wrong voting place.
Make sure you're informed and ready to cast your ballot for Haddonfield commissioner on May 14.
Joe Keating says next week's election next week played a role publicizing the controversial spill, but other Haddonfield and state officials say the situation shouldn't be downplayed.
Mayor Tish Colombi says borough, county and state officials all have attended to the sewage spill site, and disciplinary actions are being taken for the delayed cleanup response.
Haddonfield officials did not initially report the spill to county and state officials.
Moscatelli explains why he is running for the Haddonfield Board of Commissioners.
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