Monthly Archives: February 2017

Special Public Meeting Held On Thursday, February 9, 2017


Please accept this as notification in accordance with the “Senator Byron M. Baer Open Public Meetings Act” that the Township Committee of the Township of Pennsauken will hold a Special Public Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. The purpose of this meeting will be to consider the adoption of the following resolution ONLY:


Resolution Authorizing the Township of Pennsauken to Make Application For and Receive a Green Acres Grant for the Delaware Gardens River View Renewal Project.

Formal action will be taken on this resolution at this Special Public Meeting.

The Special Public Meeting will be held at the Pennsauken Township Municipal Building, 5605 N. Crescent Blvd., Pennsauken, NJ 08110.

Mayors McBride, Brennan To Speak At Next PMAC Meeting

Pennsauken Mayor Betsy McBride and Merchantville Mayor Ted Brennan will be the guest speakers at the networking luncheon of the Pennsauken-Merchantville Area Chamber of Commerce, held on Wednesday, Feb. 8 at the Pennsauken Country Club, 3800 Haddonfield Rd.

Sign-in begins at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 8, with the meeting starting at 12 noon. Admission is $20 per person.

Senate President Sweeney Visits PHS

A Notice From The MPWC In Regards To The Pennsauken Sanitary Landfill

The Merchantville Pennsauken Water Commission (MPWC) has reviewed the classification exception area (CEA) letter that some of you received for the Pennsauken Sanitary Landfill. The CEA request lists five contaminants of concern including 1,2 dichloropropane, Ammonia, Arsenic, Benzene and Tetrachloroethylene. Currently, MPWC tests for four of these contaminants. All of our results reported by our certified third party lab over the last 10 years have shown that there is no detectable concentration of any of these contaminants in our drinking water. Ammonia is not a regulated drinking water contaminant. However, based on the treatment technologies in place, ammonia would be removed if present. For more information about the safety of your drinking water please contact the MPWC office of the superintendent at (856) 663-0043.

Pennsauken Township Turns 125 This Month

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor

On February 18, 1892, the State of New Jersey officially created the municipality known as Pennsauken Township.

Veterans Needed For Art Project

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