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Welcome to Historic Woodstown New Jersey Other Important Dates Salem County Hazardous Waste Day April 21 st and Oct. 20 th (County Landfill, McKillip Road.

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1 Welcome to Historic Woodstown New Jersey Other Important Dates Salem County Hazardous Waste Day April 21 st and Oct. 20 th (County Landfill, McKillip Road in Alloway) Halloween Trick or Treating Saturday, October 31 st, 4-8 pm Voting Dates at Reliance Fire Company New Jersey Primary Election Tuesday, June 2nd General Election Tuesday, Nov. 3rd Major Community Events Memorial Day Ceremony Monday, May 25 th 10:00 am Independence Day Parade and Events Saturday, July 4 th Fall Festival Saturday, September 26th Candlelight Tour Friday, Dec. 4 th 6–10 pm Woodstown Public Works Trash is collected weekly on Wednesday in BROWN containers; recyclables every other Friday in BLUE containers. All trash and recycles must be inside of containers Tree Branch Chipper (up to 4 inches) every other Thursday through Sept (same week as recycling pickup) Large item pickup 3rd Friday of the month Metal drop-off day June 13 th 8:00am — 12:00pm Spring clean up May 4 th – 8 th (leaves only) Fire hydrant flushing Months of April and October Leaf pickup October 1 st — December 14 th Borough-wide Yard Sale day May 2nd Giveaway Day May 9th Woodstown Borough Meeting Schedule All meetings are held in Borough Hall Borough Council 2 nd & 4 th Tuesday 7 PM Sewerage Authority 3 rd Tuesday 7 PM Planning Board 1 st Wednesday 7 PM Historic Preservation Commission 1 st Tuesdays Joint Environmental Commission (w-pjec.org) 2 nd Thursday 7 PM Odd months in Pilesgrove Even months in Woodstown Mid Salem County Municipal Court 2 nd & 4 th Thursday 9:00 AM P.O. Box 286 Woodstown, NJ 08098 769-2200 March 2015 Contact Information: Borough Officials and Departments Don DietrichMayor769-1376 Deb TiernoCouncil / Streets and Roads/ Utilities 856-571-4791 John HallCouncil / General Government/ Finance769-2844 Joe HilesCouncil / Finance/ General Government498-8352 Dave LaytonCouncil / Utilities / Streets and Roads 769-8487 Glenn MerkleCouncil / Health Rec. & Open Space/ Public Safety769-0184 Ed SegrestCouncil / Public Safety/ Health Rec. & Open Space769-8480 Cynthia DalessioClerk 769-2200 ext. 20 Jane GallagherAsst. to the Clerk / Water & Sewer Clerk 769-2200 ext. 10 Public Works 769-2485 Greg BusaTax Assessor (Fridays 8 AM-noon) 769-2200 ext. 25 Elaine UrionTax Collector (Mon. & Wed. 9-12) 769-2200 ext. 22 Marita McCarthy-CarllCourt Administrator 769-2424 Animal Control Officer Edmund Shimp 769-3481 Zoning Officer Hubert Layton Tues 6-8pm & Thurs 12-3pm 769-1918 Construction Code Office Tues. 6-8pm & Thurs 12-3 pm 769-1918 FAX: 769-3723 Visit the Borough’s website and bookmark it on your internet browser www.historicwoodstown.org Applications for zoning, construction permits and occupancy inspections. Links to Police, Fire, Ambulance, Recreation, School and other websites Instructions on how to license pets, get a marriage license and other municipal transactions Meeting minutes and contact information for department heads Borough Ordinances and Municipal Code DOG LICENSES RENEWALS ARE DUE! Please register by March 15, 2015 to avoid a $10 late fee OVERNIGHT PARKING ON BOROUGH STREETS IS PROHOBITED BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 2:00 AM AND 5:00 AM SNOW MUST BE CLEARED FROM SIDEWALKS WITHIN 24 HOURS AFTER PRECIPITATION ENDS

2 Dear Fellow Woodstown Resident: In 2014 borough government continued its successful team efforts to maintain and enhance the quality of life Woodstown residents enjoy while keeping our level of debt very low and declining. 1)We implemented a shared service agreement with Logan Township to collect our trash and recyclables. In 2015 this new shared service will save us approximately $25,000. 2)We completed important sewer and water pipe, sidewalk and street improvements on East Millbrooke Avenue and Green Street utilizing grant funds from the state. 3)We foreclosed on and auctioned to private owners three abandoned properties in Woodstown, including the famous “Pink House.” The rehabilitation of the Pink House is underway. 4)We invested to support the services residents want: a new Public Works truck, a new police vehicle, replacement windows for borough hall, and a new heating system for our fire hall. 5)Our Woodstown police force continued to provide and enhance public safety in Woodstown in 2014. By many statistics, our police force did even more in 2014 with the same resources as in 2013, including even more motor vehicle stops associated with traffic control. In 2015 we will work as a team to continue to provide all the services we have been providing. We will also provide at least three significant improvements to the infrastructure in Woodstown. 1)We plan provide needed rehabilitation of Borough Hall. Like Woodstown High School, borough hall is a historic gem in Woodstown that we want to preserve. Furthermore, investment in its preservation will be much more cost-effective than being forced to replace it at some point in the future. 2)There will be significant improvements in the Alloway Road area this year. We will use grant money to replace the water main, widen the street on both sides, and finish sidewalks and curbs along Alloway Road to beyond Liberty Avenue. We will acquire 12 acres of new open space contiguous to Marvin L. Watson Memorial Park to provide for future recreational space. 3)We will continue to work with DOT to prepare to refurbish the corner of Route 40 and 45 in the heart of Woodstown in 2016. Plans for this important improvement can be found on our borough website. In 2015 we look forward to continuing to work as a team with our municipal employees, police and the many residents who kindly donate their time and talents to our borough’s many pubic safety organizations, boards, commissions and committees and special events. Together we plan to continue to provide the high level of public safety, charm and quality of life that we all enjoy in Woodstown. Warm Regards, Don Dietrich, Deb Tierno, Ed Segrest, John Hall, Joe Hiles, Dave Layton & Glenn Merkle Mayor Woodstown Borough Council _____________________________________________________________________________________ Borough of Woodstown (Address) CURRENT RESIDENT (Address)


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