Sunday, September 24, 2017

Mullica Found Dog

**** Found dog****
This dog was found on Route 30 near 4th Ave. If this dog belongs to you or you know the owner please contact the Mullica Township Police 609-652-2037

Image may contain: dog

Friday, September 22, 2017

Mullica PTA Newsletter

Image may contain: text

MS Bike Run Sat & Sun



The following bike runs will be held through roadways in Mullica Township.  Please use caution and share the roadways during the events.
September 23 & 24, 2017 – National MS Society
For more information on the events please contact the Mullica Township Police Department (609) 561-7600 or the Township Clerk’s Office (609) 561-0064.

 Sweetwater Fire Company STA 163
"" Attention ALL Mullica Township residents. ""
Tomorrow is The MS bikethon from 8:30 to 1PM . Sweetwater fire Company is is a century stop. Bike traffic will be heavy around Sweetwater and pleasant Mills Rd. Please use caution thank you

More information at


Alfred A. Torres R.I.P.

Torres, Alfred A., - 54, of Hammonton, passed away suddenly on Monday Sept. 18, 2017 in Mullica Twp., due to injuries sustain in a motorcycle accident. Born in Vineland he was a lifelong Hammonton resident. Alfred was an operating engineer for River Front Recycling Company in Lumberton. He loved playing softball in the men's league.  Memorial Services will be held Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017 2:30pm at the Carnesale Funeral Home, 202 S. Third St., Hammonton where a visitation will be held from 12:30pm until 2:30pm. Burial will be private and at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the family. (

Entire obituary at

Related post

Mullica - Dump Trucks Collide

MULLICA TOWNSHIP – Nobody was injured when two dump trucks collided early Friday morning on Route 30 causing one of them to spill its load, police said.
When officers arrived about 3:25 a.m. to the area of Route 30 and 10th Avenue, they found an overturned dump truck that spilled its load of sand onto the road and in the parking lot of a local business, said Chief John Thompson Jr.

Aaron Donovan, of Galloway, was driving a Mack dump truck for E V Dump Truck Service out of Pomona when another dump truck, driven by Rasool Jones, of Camden, made an illegal turn in front of Donovan, causing them to collide, Thompson said.
Jones was driving for Mike and Son’s LLC out of Egg Harbor City and was cited for making an improper turn.

Nobody was injured in the collision, Thompson said.
Route 30 westbound was closed for more than three hours as crews worked to clean the sand. Battelini Towing turned the truck upright and removed it.

 Mullica Township Police Department
September 22, 2017
On this date at approximately 3:25am, officers responded to the area of Rt. 30 and 10th Avenue for a call of a motor vehicle accident involving a large dump truck. Officers arrived shortly thereafter and discovered a dump truck overturned that spilled its load of sand on the roadway and in the parking lot of a local business. The driver, Aaron Donovan of Galloway was operating a 2007 Mack Dump Truck for E V Dump Truck Service out of Pomona when another dump truck operated by a Rasool Jones of Camden made an illegal turn in front of Donovan causing them to collide. Jones was operating a separate large dump truck for Mike and Son’s LLC out of Egg Harbor City. No injuries were reported, Route 30 was closed down to westbound traffic for over 3 hours during the cleanup process. The Elwood Fire Department responded. Battelini Towing responded to upright the truck and remove it. Mr. Jones was cited for making an improper turn.


Thursday, September 21, 2017

Fresh Oranges / Grapefruit Fund Raiser


Fresh oranges direct from Florida to you, delivered to the Hilda Frame School on December 16th or before.  Our grower assures us he will have the oranges/grapefruit.  Florida Indian River Groves was spared the wrath of Irma.
Sale includes oranges and grapefruit in boxes , 10 lb. to 20 lb., to assorted boxes. Price range $23.00 to $39.00. Remember to order before November 1st. Contact Bob 609-829-7348 or Cathy 609-965-2991.  Mullica in the Pines Historical Society is located in the Hilda Frame School, Nesco Road, Nesco,
Thank you, to each and everyone who supported, volunteered or helped us in any way to make our  Chicken Dinner a huge success.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Mullica "Trunk or Treat" 10/28



Saturday, October 28th
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Rain or Shine.
Participating Trunks are to be set up between the Concession Stand Field and Sr. League Field. Trunks must be decorated no later than 5:45.   Children dress in your costumes to get treats!  Prizes will be given for best decorated trunks.  The Concession Stand will be open.
Contact the Clerk’s Office at 561-0064 to let them know you will be participating with a trunk.



"Forever Logan Strong" Fundraiser

🏈Forever Logan Strong's 3rd Annual fundraiser is coming up on October 14th at SW Riverdeck. Forever Logan Strong is a foundation that provides support to families who are going through the long and difficult battle of Childhood Brain Cancer like Logan and his family did.🏈
If you are interested in helping out or joining in on the fun at the First Annual Touchdown Tailgate Triathlon, please contact the Forever Logan Strong Foundation.


Teams of 2 will compete in 3 popular tailgate games: Horseshoes, Cornhole, Giant Pong for the chance to take home a prize and claim the title of "Touchdown Tailgate Champions"

-Triathlon Tickets sold in teams of 2. (includes triathlon games, food, and 1 drink for both teammates)

-Don't want to participate in the competition? Food and drink tickets are available for you too!

-Get your tickets before September 1st, 2017 for an Early Bird Price!

-50/50 & Chinese Auction at the event.

-Can't make it but still want to Make a Donation? There is a place for you here too!

This year all proceeds will be benefiting the "Forever Logan Strong Foundation 

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

American Girl Tea Party 11/5

Join us for our 2nd annual American Girl Tea Party - online tickets available via link. More info. will be coming home with students shortly!!…


Date: November 5th, 2017
Time: 2-4 PM
Location: Mullica Township School, 500 Elwood Rd, Elwood, NJ 08217
You are cordially invited to a tea party!
Tea and snacks
Activites (bracelet making, coloring station) Photo area
Prizes: American Girl Dolls and doll outfits!
Ways to obtain tickets - send check to school at the address listed above, c/o Mullica PTA, send payment into school with your child *make sure envelope is marked with name, homeroom teacher, Attn: PTA & how many tickets needed, Eventbrite Link - additional fees apply.
Adult Admission: $35 (includes one free child admission)
Additional child admission: $10 

 **Tickets should be purchased in advance of event, there is no guarantee of ticket availability at the door. All refreshments, access to photo area, and PTA provided activities are complimentary with admission. Vendors will have wares and services for additional costs. Prizes include no less than 10 dolls, and a variety of outfits. All proceeds benefit the Mullica Twp. PTA

Mullica Fatal Motorcycle Crash

Media Release
September 19, 2017
On September 18th at 8:24pm officers were dispatched to the area of Nesco Road (Rt. 542) near Richards Avenue in the Nesco section of Mullica Township for a call of a man down in the roadway, possible a pedestrian motor vehicle accident. Ptl. Tara Wuko, who was patrolling the same area simultaneously as the incident was dispatched, arrived within seconds of the 911 call. A male, later identified as Alfred Torres, 54 of Hammonton, was found lying in the roadway deceased with severe trauma to the head. Investigation at the scene revealed that Torres was operating a motorcycle, an enduro style bike that can be used on or off road. For reasons unknown at this time Torres lost control was ejected from the bike. The motorcycle was located in woods approximately 100 yards from Torres. The cause of this collision is under investigation, there were no known witnesses at this time. This agency is asking for the public’s assistance by contacting the police department if in fact anyone witnessed the collision or can provide further information about Mr. Torres. The phone number to contact the police department is 609-561-7600. Nesco Road was closed for approximately 2 hours while officers were on scene. Officer’s were assisted on scene by the Nesco Fire Department as well. 

Mullica Found Dog 9/19/17

**********THANK YOU ALL, THE OWNER HAS BEEN FOUND!!!**************
Mullica Township Police Department added 2 new photos.
****FOUND DOG****
This dog was found on Railroad Ave. near Locust St. If this dog belongs to you or you know the owner please contact the Mullica Township Police 609-652-2037

 Image may contain: dog and outdoor

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Mullica Twp Drag Racers

You’ll never catch Karen Stalba at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City or Morey’s Piers in Wildwood.
“I can’t ride roller coasters,” she said with a laugh. “They really upset my stomach.”
She’s much more at home at Atco Dragway.

The married Mullica Township mother of two may not be able to handle amusement rides, but she’s very good at climbing into a top alcohol dragster and roaring down a quarter-mile straightaway at more than 270 mph.
“When you get to that starting line, I feel a big rush all the way down to my feet,” Stalba said. “My heart beats so loud, I can hear it. It’s just such an amazing feeling.”
Stalba, 43, is not the only one who feels it in her family.
Her husband, Tom, 50, and even their 10-year-old son, Paul, spend most weekends in the spring and fall zooming down drag strips up and down the East Coast as the unofficial “first family” of drag racing.
“Our daughter Emily (7) hasn’t shown an interest in racing, yet,” Tom said with a smile. “But I wouldn’t be surprised if she joins us at some point.”

Entire article & video at

Real Estate Transactions 9/17/17


2816 Cypress Lane, Fox Elizabeth Jane to Barbera Joseph; 05/10/17. $45,000

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Hurricane Jose

New Jersey Office of Emergency Management
Let's Talk About Jose!
We're keeping a close eye on Tropical Storm Jose. Here is what to expect as of the most recent forecast. Jose is showing signs of becoming better organized and is expected to attain hurricane strength once again by Friday night.
Timing & Hazards for New Jersey: We can expect ocean swells starting this weekend. Increased rip current risk, small craft advisories, and heavy surf conditions are likely Sunday, Monday and/or Tuesday.
We'll keep you posted as the storm develops. In the meantime...
Disasters don't plan ahead! YOU CAN!!! How prepared is your family for a hurricane?
Need help getting ready? Don’t know where to start? Download our FREE NJ Hurricane Survival Guide to get great tips on how to plan for hurricanes and other disasters at today! Share with your family, friends, neighbors, and community leaders.
Pets are family too! Remember to include them in your emergency plans. Visit to find out more!
If you, a family member or a neighbor have special needs, be sure to visit Register Ready, New Jersey's Special Needs Registry for Disaster Planning, to get started on making your emergency plan NOW. Visit

Stay Informed! Follow us!

No automatic alt text available.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Mullica Committee Meeting Tonight 9/12

                                                     TOWNSHIP OF MULLICA
                                                       COMMITTEE AGENDA
                                                        SEPTEMBER 12, 2017 
                                                                   7:00 P.M. 





APPROVAL OF MINUTES: 08 / 22 / 2017






A.   Resolution #124-2017 / Reject Bids / Musket Lane Drainage Pipe


A.  Resolution #125-2017 / Refund of taxes and cancellation of taxes / Various Properties
                                        due to Overpayments or State Owned

B.  Discuss Best Practices Inventory 2017



EXECUTIVE SESSION    Resolution ES #12-17

APPROVE EXECUTIVE SESSION MINUTES:      8 / 8 / 2017; 8 / 22/ 2017



Monday, September 11, 2017

N. Dakota Cara Mund - Miss America 2018

ATLANTIC CITY - Miss North Dakota Cara Mund was crowned the new Miss America Sunday night following a stunning performance as a dancer that garnered a raucous ovation from much of the crowd at Boardwalk Hall.
Mund, who is aspiring to become the first female governor of her state, is the first contestant from North Dakota to win the competition or even qualify for the top five.
She will now travel thousands of miles a month touring the country this year promoting her platform, Make-A-Wish Passion with Fashion.

 Miss America 2018

Patriot Day 2017

Image may contain: sky and stripes