Our new playground project is underway! It’s sad to see the PineCone Zone removed, but the existing plaques and fencing with donor names will be incorporated in the new facility. The playground will be closed starting September 17th so Public Works can begin demolition to make room for the new equipment. Site preparation will take
OLD TIME GIFT AUCTION Update on the October 5th, Old Time Gift Auction. As of now we have Children’s , Household, Men, Ladies items, Holiday Baskets, Gift Cards, Vintage Treasures, etc, too many to list. Thanks to our friends and merchants for the donated gifts. All on display at the Hilda Frame School, Nesco Road,
SEALED BIDS for the Reconstruction of Seventh Avenue, Section #2, located in Mullica Township, Atlantic County, New Jersey, will be received at the Municipal Clerk’s Office, Mullica Township Municipal Building, 4528 White Horse Pike, Elwood, NJ until 10:00 AM prevailing time, on the date of Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at which time they will be
SAVE THE DATEThe 18th Annual William Kennedy Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit the Elwood Vol. Fire Company & The Forever Logan Strong Foundation Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, September 28th rain or shine. Registration at 8:00 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9:00 a.m. at the Mays Landing Country Club.
The Township of Mullica is seeking volunteers to serve on the Mullica Township Municipal Alliance Committee. Municipal Alliances are community based committees which address their own community’s substance abuse needs and problems through prevention education programming. The term of membership is three years, the Committee meets quarterly and members are requested to participate in community
Atlantic County Medicare Workshop to learn how to navigate throughout the Medicare system and make informed decisions about your coverage – Parts A, B, D Medicare Advantage Plans and supplemental coverage. Workshops will be held from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. – Brigantine, September 18th in Atlantic County Library – Mays Landing, September 24th in
The Township has housing rehabilitation funds for Mullica residents. Funds can be used for emergency repairs, safety or code violation remediation (roof replacement, wells, septic, water heaters etc.). Income requirements apply and the funds disbursed become a lien on the property, payable upon sale or transfer. This program is administered by the Atlantic County Improvement