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  Bordentown Township Lawyers - New Jersey Personal Injury Attorneys - Lependorf & Silverstein
Located at the northern tip of Burlington County, Bordentown was first settled by Quaker family and later named after Joseph Borden who brought industry to the area because of its convenient location to a new ferry that traveled between Philadelphia and New York City.
Bordentown is and was home to many respected residents of the town including Clara Barton, who started New Jersey’s first public school and later founded the American Red Cross.
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  Bordentown Township, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bordentown Township occupies the northernmost extent of Burlington County.
New Jersey's Fourth Congressional District, covering portions of Burlington County, Mercer County, Monmouth County and Ocean County, is represented by Christopher Smith (R).
New Jersey is represented in the Senate by Frank Lautenberg (D, Cliffside Park) and Robert Menendez (D, Hoboken).
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 Posey v. Township of Bordentown (2002) * New Jersey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Township, however, points to the County as being responsible for the storm-water pipe that is inside the culvert.
The County contends that the Township is responsible for storm-water run-off from Thorntown Lane because Thorntown Lane is a Township road.
The determination whether the Township of Bordentown and or the County of Burlington may be liable to plaintiffs for injuries sustained on private property must be decided based on application of the TCA.
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 Downtown Bordentown Association
The Borough of Bordentown, established in 1825, separated from the Township when it was chartered as a city in 1867.
Bordentown's 300 year old architectural heritage is comprised of a unique variety of styles dating from the late 1600's through the early 1900's.
Because Bordentown was an active transportation center linking Philadelphia with New York City, from the early 1800's through the late 1800's, the residents who settled here were conscious of what was architecturally in fashion elsewhere along the eastern seaboard.
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 Bordentown City Historical Information
In the 1830s Bordentown became the southern terminus of the Delaware and Raritan Canal and, for a time, was also the southern terminus of the nation's first major commercial railroad, the Camden and Amboy.
Development in Bordentown thus came to a virtual halt, leaving the town with a legacy of fine 18th and 19th century architecture.
He served in the New Jersey Legislature for two years and in the Continental Congress for the crucial months in 1776 during which the Declaration of Independence was debated and signed.
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 The Jersey Devil (Fact or Fiction)
The Jersey Devil, the supposed mythical creature of the New Jersey Pinelands, has haunted New Jersey and the surrounding areas for the past 260 years.
A Mrs Bowen of Leeds point said, "The Jersey Devil was born in the Shrouds house at Leeds Point." 1 Another story that also placed the birth at Leeds Point said that a young girl fell in love with a British soldier during the Revolutionary War.
New Jersey rested easy with that thought for 6 years, until the week of January 16-23.
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 Bordentown, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This exploited Bordentown's natural location as the point on the Delaware River that provided the shortest overland route to South Amboy from which cargo and people could be ferried to New York City.
Bordentown Station is 11 minutes from the New Jersey Transit and Amtrak Trenton Rail Station.
The City of Bordentown is surrounded on three sides by Bordentown Township and on the western side by the juncture of the Delaware River and Crosswicks Creek.
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 Open Directory - News: Newspapers: Regional: United States: New Jersey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
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It is the primary advertising medium for Sussex County, New Jersey.
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 New Jersey Chapter - Sierra Club
If you live in the north end of the township and you think this doesn't affect you, keep in mind that the revenue lost by a reduction in property values at the south end of the township will be made up by somebody.
The Township Committee has already begun the process by declaring the area a Redevelopment Area, which in itself is not bad, but it makes moving the power plant forward easier.
Bordentown parents can now tell their children that the National Symbol is something other than a picture and you don't have to travel very far to see it.
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 New Jersey Property For Rent - Houses - Condos - Homes New Jersey
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 New Jersey Vacations - State Of New Jersey - New Jersey Hotels
The state of New Jersey is a mix of a variety of different attractions including beaches, gambling, gardens and historic landmarks.
The largest city in New Jersey is Newark which has the famous Newark Museum which has a large collection of fine art to enjoy.
You can easily find an accommodation to meet your needs in New Jersey where you can find the location of every hotel in New Jersey as well as a schedule of the visiting attractions open during your travel period.
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 NJ.com: New Homes: Community Profile
Settled in 1682, the township was named for Joseph Borden, who arrived in 1717 and established a line of stage coaches and boats between New York and Philadelphia.
Bordentown Township spans 9.3 square miles in northwestern Burlington County.
For travel, Bordentown is convenient to Trenton, Princeton, Philadelphia and even New York, with in-town access to Route 130, Route 206, I-295 and the New Jersey Turnpike.
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 Bordentown Regional Schools, Bordentown New Jersey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Bordentown Regional School District is a K-12 district which has the pleasure of serving the communities of Bordentown City, Bordentown Township, Fieldsboro, and New Hanover Township, which sends students to Bordentown Regional High School on a tuition basis beginning in grade nine.
Bordentown Regional High School was one of the first districts in the state to implement a block system of scheduling and instruction.
The daily operation of the CE/R program is under the jurisdiction of the board of education and the budget and program is developed with a high degree of input from all three groups.
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 Flierwire - Get your press release to your publisher
Bordentown, NJ, Jun 27, 2006 - /FLIERWIRE/-- KOR Companies, a commercial and residential real estate developer based in Wall, New Jersey, has announced the pre-construction sales office is now open at its new, luxury single-family residential development, The Estates at Borden's Crossing, in Bordentown, New Jersey.
Located in Bordentown Township, New Jersey, The Estates at Borden's Crossing is an unprecedented opportunity to acquire one of just 87 luxurious homes on half-acre sites in an exclusive enclave.
In addition, Routes 206, 295, 195 and 130, as well as the New Jersey Turnpike and Light Rail to Trenton and Camden, are all convenient from The Estates at Borden's Crossing.
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 New Jersey Drug Rehab Alcohol Treatment Addiction Rehab Information Narconon Arrowhead
New Jersey can therefore be considered an ideal strategic corridor as well as a vulnerable corridor for transportation of drug contraband and illicit currency.
The movement of cocaine to the southeastern New Jersey area is usually accomplished via couriers from New York and Philadelphia.
Crack, which also remains widely available, is usually purchased as cocaine HCL from sources in New York and Philadelphia and cooked by local distributors and is specifically seen in economically depressed areas of each southeast county in New Jersey.
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 Bordentown New Jersey Real Estate
Bordentown has one of the only remaining high dune systems on the east coast.
Bordentown is ideally located, far enough away that you can escape the hustle and bustle of a large city and be surrounded by the peace and quiet of the country.
Bordentown is a growing, thriving community of professional people who would love nothing more than to welcome you to their town.
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 Delanco Township - History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Delanco Township Historic Preservation Advisory Board is pleased to present this timeline of Delanco history.
March 2004: A new light rail passenger service known as the River Line was established between the Camden waterfront and Trenton, once again connecting the riverfront communities.
The new township building is 12,000 square feet, replacing the old 4,800 square foot township building on Burlington Avenue.
www.delancotownship.com /content/77/49/default.aspx   (1777 words)

 Downtown Bordentown Association
The area was settled in 1682 when Thomas Farnsworth, an English Quaker, moved up river from Burlington to make a new home for his family on a windswept bluff overlooking a broad bend in the Delaware River.
Situated at the northern tip of Burlington County and bordering Hamilton Township, it is located at the crossroads of the American Revolution and today's modern highways.
Serviced by the New Jersey Turnpike, Routes 130 and 206, and Interstates 295 and 195, Bordemown enjoys easy access to the cultural and commercial advantages of Princeton, Trenton, New York, and Philadelphia.
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 Princeton Area and Montgomery Township New Jersey homes & real estate - America's NUMBER1EXPERT(tm) : Check Out My ...
There are large new homes on acre plus parcels of land, communities of small new homes on small lots, antique and historic houses, condominiums, enclaves of townhomes, and all styles of residential resales.
Princeton University was chartered in 1746 as the College of New Jersey, the name by which it was known for the next 150 years.
The College of New Jersey moved to Princeton in 1756, where it was housed in Nassau Hall.
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 Tax Assessor
The division of assessments is charged with the responsibility for establishing the value of each property in Bordentown Township, which is the basis for each property owners property tax levy.
In accordance with the New Jersey Statute 54:4-38, the assessment list of the Township of Bordentown may be inspected by any taxpayer on Monday, January 8, 2007, between 9:00 a.m.
and 11:30 a.m., at Room # 4 in the North Wing of the Township Municipal Complex, 1 Municipal Drive, Bordentown, NJ, for the purpose of enabling the taxpayer to ascertain what assessments have been made against his / her property and to confer informally with the tax assessor as to the correctness of the assessment.
www.bordentowntownship.com /finance/assessor.htm   (151 words)

 Hainesport Township Website
The New Jersey State Police works closely with the administration, residents, and the township itself.
All new housing developments, prior to being constructed must submit their proposed street name information to the township.
Flash Floods are the number 1 weather related killer in the U.S. and Hainesport Township is fortunate in not having this type of occurrence on a normal basis.
www.hainesporttownship.com /public_safety.html   (900 words)

 Bordentown Township, New Jersey (NJ) @USA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Bordentown is a Walsh Act city located in Burlington County, New Jersey.
Bordentown was home to Napoleonic brother and former King of Naples and Spain Joseph Bonaparte for 17 years.
In more modern times, Bordentown is home to the Albert C. Wagner Youth Correctional Facility.
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 Bordentown New Jersey Real Estate Offices and Agents. Buying a Home, Homes for Sale in Bordentown, NJ
GMAC Real Estate Offices and Agents of Bordentown, NJ Welcome to GMAC Real Estate of Bordentown, NJ - where our real estate professionals are waiting to assist you with all of your home buying needs in New Jersey.
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 Shadowlands Haunted Places Index - New Jersey
One of New Jersey's oldest historical landmarks used to be a tavern during the Revolutionary war.
Raritan township library, Raritan The old library keeper haunts this place nightly, turning on lights and moving books, there have been numerous sightings of the elderly woman in the window and the old garden behind it.
An old abandoned asylum is located in New Jersey and it is the home to many dead lunatics...going there, you'll hear voices, footsteps and you'll see old people.
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 Bordentown News
Local news for Bordentown, NJ continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
A 21-year-old former township resident was charged yesterday with beating to death a pit bull found earlier this month chained to a tree, police said.
A Pemberton Township man was sentenced yesterday to 10 years in prison for plotting to kill two police officers.
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 Bordentown township, Burlington County, New Jersey (NJ) Detailed Profile
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93% of Bordentown township residents lived in the same house 5 years ago.
Out of people who lived in different counties, 100% lived in New Jersey.
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 New Homes for Sale in Burlington County, NJ
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Homes.com's New Homes Channel is putting home buyers in touch with new home builders in Burlington County.
Whether you are looking for an apartment for rent or to buy a brand new home, it's all right at your fingertips.
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 Bordentown, New Jersey NJ, township profile (Burlington County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
New Jersey > All counties > Burlington County > Bordentown
Bordentown is a township in Burlington County, in the Philadelphia-Camden metro area.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Bordentown was $26,934, compared with $21,587 nationally.
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 Ewing Township New Jersey Real Estate
It was first known as Hopewell Township, a part of Hunterdon County and continued under that name until the City of Trenton was established in 1792.
Trenton (Ewing Township) Township was formed by an Act of the New Jersey State Legislature on February 22, 1834.
The name of the Township was changed from Trenton Township to Ewing Township township in honor of Charles Ewing Township township, late Chief Justice of New Jersey.
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