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   Borough Hall  

    Will be closed on 

    Veterans' Day

    Friday November 10

   


 

 

MERCHANTVILLE REDEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

 

Committee Meeting Minutes:

        

 


  

CLEAN COMMUNITIES GRANT APPLICATION

Thank you for your interest in a Clean Communities Grant. One grant per month will be awarded.

Your organization should complete at least 2 hours of service and one adult per every 5 children

is required. Please complete the application below and return to Denise Brouse at Merchantville

Borough Hall in the Clerks Office.  Application


 

MERCHANTVILLE GARDEN CLUB

 

The Merchantville Garden Club is seeking volunteers to help with watering during the summer

months. Please call  or email Agnes Madden @ 856-663-0599/   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   

if you are interested in helping. Even a week would be most helpful!

Thank you

 

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PSE&G Prepared to Meet Demand as Temperatures Rise

Offers tips to beat the heat and save on bills

Details

 

 


 

 

Inspire Your Community

 

 

Text your neighbors. Call your child's school. Email your relative across the country.

Encourage them to participate in ShakeOut and America's PrepareAthon!

Everyone needs a friendly reminder now and then, or maybe just a little help

securing that bookcase to the wall. Be the positive inspiration your community needs!

                                              Details

 

 


 

 

Division of Highway Traffic Safety

Safe driving tips video

 


 

Congratulations to the Merchantville Girls Basketball team

         for winning the championship

A proclamation was given by Borough council at the

         March 9th council meeting

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 Please Help the South Jersey Food Bank with Food Drop-Off at County Environmental Center

To aid in the collection of food donations for the South Jersey Food Bank, the Camden County Board of Freeholders has designated the Camden County Environmental Center a food donation location.  The Center is located at 1301 Park Boulevard, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002.  The drive will continue through the end of 2014.  This is a convenient location with parking for drop-offs.

“We want to help make it as easy as possible for residents to drop-off donations of canned goods and other staples to help keep the shelves filled at the Food Bank, “ said Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr.

The drop-off box will be located in the Lobby of the Environmental Center and residents can drop off donations from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Below is a list of foods that Food Bank can really use. We will request pickups whenever our bin is full and we are depending on the support of Camden County residents to help keep it filled throughout the coming year.

List of food to be donated:

High Protein Items Breads & Cereals
Peanut butter Breakfast cereals (whole grain)
Oatmeal
Canned tuna or salmon
Canned chicken or ham
Rice
Beans – canned or dry
Pasta (whole grain)
Peanuts, sunflower seeds, almonds
Pancake mix

Fruits & Vegetables Holiday Items
Vegetables (canned)
Stuffing mix
Fruit (canned) Cranberry sauce
Fruit cups
Instant mashed potatoes
Applesauce
Gravy
Dried fruit (raisins, cranberries, prunes)
Canned pie fillings

Mixed Items
Macaroni & cheese
Canned soups
Canned stews, chili
Ravioli, Spaghettios, etc.
Granola Bars


The Food Bank cannot accept previously-opened containers, repackaged and homemade items, outdated products, or perishables—e.g., breads, pies, cakes, produce, meat (fresh or frozen).

The Food Bank asks that, when choosing foods to donate, kindly consider the nutrient value so that our South Jersey children, adults and seniors are receiving healthy and nutritious meals year round.

Thank you for your continued assistance.

gina marie santore, MPS

Assistant Director

Camden County Department of Central Services

Division of Shared Services

Camden County Animal Shelter >^.^<

(Office 856.566.2930  7Fax 856.566.3140ÈMobile 609.230.2328

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Camden County Home Improvement Program (HIP)

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TO: Merchantville Watch Volunteers

FROM:  Helping Hand Coordinator

The Helping Hand house or business is easily recognized by a red hand displayed prominently in a door or window. For the safety of our children, a criminal background check is conducted for each Helping Hand participant.

If you are usually home on weekdays while children are going to and from school and would like more information on becoming a Helping Hand block representative please contact me.

 

Debra Nickollof

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856-662-5263

 

 


Merchantville Borough Council presented proclamations

           to the American Legion Post #68 on Monday August 11, 2014

in celebration of their 95th anniversary.

  

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Wellwood Manor grand opening

 

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 MERCHANTVILLE  BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

 

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Hello Everyone,
     
     The Merchantville Garden Club is organizing again and we would love for more people to be involved! Would you like to help?  Or do you know someone who would?  Every year we plant and maintain at various spots around town... Ever notice the planters throughout the down town, planters at town hall, the garden at the corner there, the boxes at the ends of the bike path, the Merchantville Circle garden, and in past years Morrissesy Park, (which I understand was planted this season by a gentleman named Steven Gillis and other volunteers... Thank you, thank you, thank you!!) Or perhaps you remember some spots where planting used to occur, like at the Community Center for which, so far, we don’t have the volunteers to continue.  We would love to hear from people who are willing to help throughout the season... for initial planting and continued weeding and watering.  The more people that help, the more enjoyable the process... And the finer our town.
         
     Please respond back to me, or contact Agnes Madden at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

If you or someone you know is interested!

 Please feel free to forward this on, as I can think of many other friends in town but don’t have the e-mail addresses.

 Thank you!!  ...and Happy Spring!   Rich Buckwalter

 


 

Acceptance of Bequests and Gifts for Purchase plaques and shade trees

 

 


 

 WEST MAPLE NEIGHBORHOOD TASK FORCE

 

At the last meeting for the West Maple Task Force members decided to continue to hold meetings on a quarterly basis until such time that another source of funds becomes available to finance RDG’s professional planning services.  It was agreed that each municipality will take a turn hosting the meetings in its municipality, inviting task force members to attend, running the meeting, taking minutes and distributing minutes to members.   The rotation will start off with Merchantville in October, Camden in January, and Pennsauken April, and so on.

 

Special thanks to Mara Wuebker and the Ragan Design Group for all of the hard work on this project.  We hope to secure another grant so that we may continue to work with you all again very soon.

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Subject:We need your help - trees

Dear Friends of the West Maple Neighborhood,

The trees that the NJ Tree Foundation planted along Angelo’s fence on Maple Avenue look beautiful!  However, we need some help to maintain them.  Please reach out to your contacts and/or explore your resources to see if we can get:

 3   50 foot soaker hoses

 1   100+ foot standard hose to carry water to planting area from shop

 

Maybe you know someone that will lend or donate a hose (if donated, they can be used for future Merchantville and Pennsauken shade tree commission plantings).  We want to make it as easy as possible for Angelo’s and Mike Carruth to water the trees, as lack of water during first few growing seasons is number one killer of street trees.  We will publicize people’s generosity – posting thank yous on facebook page, municipal websites, emails to stakeholders, and related articles. 

 

Thanks for your help. 

 

Mara Wuebker, PP/AICP

Ragan Design Group, LLC

30 Jackson Road, Suite C-3

Medford, NJ 08055

(609) 654-8800

www.ragandesign.com

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Task Force West Maple Neighborhood

 meeting Feb 25, 2013

 

Task Force Borough Council Presentation 

 

West Maple Neighborhood

 

Task Force Who What Why

 

DVRPC approves funding for the West Maple Neighborhood Plan Phase 2

 

 

Public Workshop Presentation on 09-27-2011

Survey Results

FINAL NEIGHBORHOOD SURVEY-FORM

  

Camden Numbers

  

Pennsauken Numbers

  

Merchantville Numbers

  

Combined Numbers

  

Meeting Minutes

  

 Merchantville School District  

 

 

Feasibility Study on the Termination of the Sending-Receiving Agreement

 

between the Merchantville Schoool District and the Pennsauken Public Schools 

  

 


  

Merchantville-Pennsauken Water Commission

 

 


  

 

Mayor's Corner

edward brennan

 

 October 1, 2016

As we begin to welcome my

favorite  time of year, with

tempatures cooling and

leaves changing, fall brings

a rush of activity and

community events to

Merchantville....Continue