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By Clyde Hughes | AC JosepH Media

LOGAN TOWNSHIP — Incumbent Doris Hall is seeking another term on the Logan Township council in Gloucester County.

Serving with Logan Township’s African American mayor Frank Minor and a diverse group of council members, Hall works as the council liaison to the county clerk’s office, Joint Insurance Commissioner, Senior Citizens and Bus committee, as well as the Environmental Committee.

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Hall, along with other council members worked hard to institute fiscal responsibility and service efficiency that resulted in Logan Township having the lowest municipal tax rate in Gloucester County.

Hall has been a resident of Logan Township for the past 33 years and takes pride in her family. She has raised two sons and is the grandmother of three grandsons.

Other initiatives Hall works on include keeping services for the township’s Senior Citizens and recreational facilities for the youth, and working with council in preserving open space, and maintaining a strong financial base.

Hall is a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church where she serves as its music ministry director.

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