Send/Receive Final Decision

MES_LogoThe Merchantville Board of Education is proud to announce that the Commissioner of Education has affirmed the Administrative Law Judge’s decision to sever its sending-receiving relationship with Pennsauken and enter into a new sending-receiving relationship with Haddon Heights. The Commissioner concurred with the ALJ’s findings of fact and conclusion of law, and adopted the Initial Decision as the final decision in this matter, finding that – absent a showing of substantial negative financial, educational or racial impact herein – the Commissioner is required to grant the request.

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Borough prevails in redevelopment appeal
The New Jersey Appellate Division on Friday declined to revive a redeveloper's lawsuits over Merchantville, New Jersey's refusal to adopt an amendment to a redevelopment plan covering portions of the borough's downtown. The appellate court issued two separate unpublished opinions respectively rejecting Fieldstone Associates LP's suit
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Spring Beer Fest set

Come join the Merchantville Fire Department - Niagara Fire Company and Blue Monkey Tavern for their annual Springfest where 70+ beers will be available! This year the event will take place on April 25th from 5 PM - 9 PM and as always on Chestnut Avenue next to the Blue Monkey. Tickets are in and are available for purchase at the Blue Monkey for $35 or optionally at the event for $40. Get your tickets now and help support your local fire department for what is sure to be a great time as always. Hope to see all of you there!

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MPWC voted "best tasting" water
mpwc_towerOver 970 drinking water professionals gathered in Atlantic City last week for the New Jersey Section American Water Works Association's  (AWWA) 80th Annual Conference. The conference offered almost three full days of educational sessions on topics including water treatment, regulations, management and pipeline recovery.Seven organizations submitted samples for a public water taste test. Attendees were invited to try all the submissions and vote for their favorite, with Merchantville-Pennsauken Water Commission taking first place. http://bit.ly/1CnrSOr
 
What's in a name?
The Merchantville Redevelopment Committee is looking for a new name for the redevelopment area. Do you have any suggestions? The Ragan Design Group is helping the Borough of Merchantville develop an Amended Redevelopment Plan for the triangular area defined by Centre, Park, and Chestnut. A redevelopment committee,
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Redevelopment initiative gets started

The Ragan Design Group is helping the Borough of Merchantville develop an Amended Redevelopment Plan for the triangular area defined by Centre, Park, and Chestnut. A redevelopment committee, comprised of residents and business owners, meet on a monthly basis. This page is intended to share information about the process

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PUBLIC NOTICE: Yard waste
TrashRecycleA reminder from the Borough for Merchantville residents. Now that we are into Spring, Yard waste is collected on Mondays. East Side Yard Waste (Yellow Magnet) every 1st & 3rd Monday.West Side Yard Waste (Red Magnet) every 2nd & 4th Monday. No yard waste pick up on the 5th Monday. Magnets were distributed in the Fall. Please call Borough Hall (856) 662-2474 if you did not receive a magnet.
 
County announces email newsletter for seniors

Camden County offering a new e-mail newsletter, Just for Seniors! In this newsletter, seniors will learn about all that Camden County has to offer to our senior citizen community. The Camden County Board of Freeholders is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of our seniors through a wide range of educational, recreational & cultural opportunities. For more information on these and other items of interest to seniors, visit us online at camdencounty.com/justforseniors.

 
Open Studio Tour on April 11th
eiland4 Towns 4 Art presents the third annual Open Studio Tour. Eight South Jersey towns are highlighted -- Barrington, Collingswood, Haddonfield, Haddon Heights, Haddon Township, Merchantville, Oaklyn, and Pennsauken -- with 28 artists participating. Studio disciplines include painting, ceramics, fiber arts, drawing/illustration, photography, sculpture, mosaic, collage, and leather work.
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