Lower Township reportedly will be giving disabled veterans a break on local construction fees. The Press of Atlantic City reported over the weekend that the bill will likely be introduced at the July 21st Council meeting. Councilman Tom Conrad proposes that construction fees be waived if veterans need to make improvements to their homes, such as wheelchair ramps, wider doors and the like. Conrad says it’s a small token of appreciation to the men and women who served our country.
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