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Diversity Meeting

Merchantville Diversity Committee's next meeting is in Wellwood Park July 22, 2021 at 6:30. The group is promoting a program called "One Book One Borough" to address a broad range of topics that impact communities. Their first issue is a book on Autism. The Committee’s mission is to promote an…
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Music Fest Returning

The 2021 Merchantville Music Fest is on!Save the date: Saturday, September 25, 2021 from 3:00-8:30 p.m. in the downtown. MMF volunteers Jon, Matt and Charlene have been busy working to bring you an amazing music festival this year! They are excited to bring fresh local music and food to you…
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Judge Thomas Feted

Congratulations to Judge Oren Thomas III on his retirement as Municipal Court Judge, a position he has held since 1996. While Judge Thomas officially retired on December 31, 2020, the Borough finally got to fete him and celebrate his 23 years of service to Merchantville at the Community Center on…
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2021 Election Update

Official results for Merchantville's Primary Election 2021 will be certified on or before June 22nd. Initial Vote by Mail and voting machine ballots were counted on June 8, 2021, shortly after close of polls. Subsequent Vote by Mail Ballots (postmarked timely on or before Election Day are counted daily through…
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Pride Month Honored

In honor of Pride Month, the Merchantville Diversity Committee raised a flag to promote awareness of the history of the LGBTQIA+ community that has struggled to overcome prejudice and be accepted for who they are. We remember the Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan, June 1969, and commemorate how far we have…
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Neighbors To Neighbors

Merchantville Democrats are out talking with neighbors to support get the vote out. Cindy Morales-Butts and Dan Sperrazza are running for two Borough Council seats in the June 8th primary. Cindy has resided in town with her family since 2004 and is an Instructor and Program Developer at East Greenwich…
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Recent Resolutions

At the May 10th Regular Borough Council meeting, Merchantville's councilpersons approved the 2021 Market Off Centre and the following resolutions: R21-55 Referring Certain Matters to the Planning Board for Review and Recommendations; R21-56 Authorize Application to Department of Community Affairs for Recreation Grant at Community Center; R21-57 Property Maintenance Liens;…
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TREX Challenge

The Green Team is kicking off our 6 month TREX Recycling Challenge this Saturday, April 24th at the Community Recycling Event from 10am-2pm, sponsored by The Station Coffee. One of the three 55 gallon TREX Collection bins will be located at The Station Coffee for the entire 6 month period…
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Plant Swap

Garden enthusiasts love to get together to talk about the splendor of the garden. They also love to gather to share plants. Incredible Edible Merchantville and The Merchantville Garden Club will host Plant Swaps at the gazebo on the Chestnut Avenue bike path and Wellwood Park on Saturday on Saturday,…
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Senior Vaccines on the Move

Senior residents of the Borough of Merchantville, who over the age of 64 and have already registered for the COVID-19 vaccine through Cooper Health "My Chart" for a vaccination appointment at the Camden County College site and received a vaccine date of April 1, 2021 or later, may eligible to…
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New Bakery Opens

Welcome to Catherine Gray and Merchantville's new bakery, Cat's Creations! Nestled in a cozy spot at 21 South Center Street, this shop is a dream realized after five years honing baking and entrepreneurial skills while juggling full time motherhood and work. These days she's often found whipping up her custom,…
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