Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Real Estate Transactions on 8/12


3300 Reading Ave, Leeds Susan M/Atty to Wizbicki Alexander; 02/16/18. $188,000

524 Wharton Park Blvd, Bermudez Ilean A to Peter Ralph J; 02/20/18. $240,000

Mullica Committee Meeting Tonight 8/14

AUGUST 14, 2018
                7:00 P.M

Condensed version

Resolution # 108-2018
/ Approving Communications Easement Agreement

Resolution # 109-2018
/ Refund and Cancel Taxes / 100% Disabled Veteran and
Township Owned Properties
Resolution # 110-2018
/ Refund Taxes / Karagelian (Tourigan) – Overpayment
Resolution # 111-2018
/ Approve Utilization of Soccer Fields / Cedar Creek High School
Resolution # 112-2018
/ Request Road Improvements / Route 542 
Resolution # 113-2018
/ Appoint Hearing Officer / Steven Secare
Resolution # 114 -2018
/ Approve Gypsy Moth Mass Survey
Resolution # 115-2018
/ Approve Inter-Local Agreement / SRO
Accept Resignation / School Resource Officer / Paul Dooner
Review Personnel Policy /Job Description Amendments 
Complete agenda at

Friday, August 10, 2018

Mullica Roast Chicken Dinner


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Perseid Meteor Shower

All meteor showers are not created equally, and even the better ones — like the Perseid meteor shower — don't always put on a good show.
This weekend, however, the Perseids are primed for one of their best performances in recent years, thanks to the phase of the moon, astronomy experts say.
The moon will be going through its darkest phase — known as the new moon — on Aug. 11, which is perfect timing for the peak period of the Perseid meteor shower on the nights of Aug. 11 and Aug. 12, said Amie Gallagher, director of the planetarium at Raritan Valley Community College in Somerset County.
With very little moon light spoiling the view, star gazers in dark locations should be able to see as many as 60 to 70 meteors zipping across the sky each hour, Gallagher said.

Blood Donors Needed

The American Red Cross is asking local citizens to give blood and platelets to help combat an emergency summer blood shortage that began in July, according to a press release.
Donations are critical, particularly donations from those with type O blood, according to a press release. 
Everyone who donates blood or platelets until August 30 will receive a $5 Amazon.com gift card via email, according to a press release. 
To donate, those interested are encouraged to download the free American Red Cross Blood Donor App, or visit their website.
Calls can also be made to 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).
Donors who have already contributed this summer may be able to donate again, since blood can be given every 56 days, according to a press release.


Thursday, August 09, 2018

Mullica National Night Out TONIGHT

We are just a few hours away from the start of Mullica National Night Out! There will be prizes, raffles, free hot dogs/drinks, bounce houses. The SWAT Team, Bomb Squad and more! 6PM-9PM! Mullica Township, Recreation Field.


(Please take your kids to this fun filled event that our police force and volunteers have worked so hard to put together.  This will be an event your children will always remember about  their childhood in Mullica.  Have a GREAT night ! )

Another one of the raffles for National Night Out . (The bear not the Officer)
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Wednesday, August 08, 2018

Amatol Photos

Lines on the Pines
48 photos start at link https://www.facebook.com/184786084879476/photos/a.1258205254204215.1073741827.184786084879476/1258205940870813/?type=3&theater


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Mullica National Night Out - Thursday, 8/9

Are you ready for Mullica National Night Out tomorrow? Here is just one of the many great raffle prizes for you to win! A Zenith kayak, and a bunch of other prizes. Be sure to stop out and support Mullica Township National Night Out! 6PM!

Image may contain: outdoorAre you ready for Mullica National Night Out this Thursday! Here is just one of the many great raffle prizes for you to win! Heavy Duty Kuuma Cooler, Mullica Police T-Shirts, Yard Signs, Magnets, and a bunch of other prizes. Be sure to stop out and support Mullica Township Police Department's National Night Out!

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Atlantic County West Nile Virus

An additional mosquito sample has tested positive for West Nile Virus following two earlier positive samples found in Northfield in early July, according to the Atlantic County Division of Public Health. The latest positive sample was collected on July 24 from the meadows in Linwood in the vicinity of the 2200 block of Brighton Avenue.
County public health and mosquito control officials are conducting mosquito surveillance, implementing additional control measures and providing educational materials to area residents and businesses.
“This is the time of year when positive samples are most likely,” noted Atlantic County Public Health Officer Patricia Diamond, “which is why we remind the public to be vigilant in taking the necessary precautions.”
The New Jersey Department of Health data from July 28 indicated that all but two of the state’s 21 counties (Passaic and Union counties) had reported positive West Nile Virus samples, but no human cases of the virus had yet been reported in the state this year.
West Nile Virus is carried by infected mosquitoes and can be transmitted to birds, animals and humans. Health officials encourage residents to reduce their risk and the spread of West Nile Virus by reducing their exposure to mosquito bites by following these tips:

* Use an insect repellent whenever going outdoors. Repellents are an important tool to assist people in protecting themselves from mosquito-borne diseases. The Centers for Disease Control recommends the use of products containing active ingredients which have been registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for use as repellents applied to skin and clothing and approved for efficacy and human safety when applied as directed. Be sure to follow product directions carefully and consult with your child’s doctor prior to using on children.   
* Rid properties of mosquito breeding grounds by draining standing water. Mosquitoes do not travel far from where they breed. Buckets, bird baths, flower pots and other containers can hold water and provide an ideal environment for mosquitoes. Be sure to empty these containers regularly.
* Clean clogged gutters; check and repair screen doors.                                                                        
For more information about West Nile Virus, visit the Atlantic County Web site at: www.aclink.org/publichealth or call the Division of Public Health at (609) 645-5971. If you need assistance in removing stagnant puddles or floodwater from your property, call the Office of Mosquito Control at (609) 645-5948.

Robert J. Murry, Sr. R.I.P.

Murry, Sr., Robert J, - 88, of Weekstown, NJ, passed away on Sunday, August 5, 2018. Born and raised in Northfield, NJ to the late Arthur and Irene (Bell) Murry. Bob was a member of the U.S. Army reserves during the Korean War. Bob was a member of the Laborers Union, Local 415, spending most of his 35-year career with Massett Building Company, retiring as a superintendent. Bob built his first house from the ground up for his young bride, Betty, including digging the basement out by hand. In later years he helped his son, Arthur, build his dream home in Sweetwater, NJ. He helped all his children with their projects whenever he was needed. Bob was an avid outdoorsman and gardener, people came from all over to purchase the beautiful flowers and shrubs he grew in his homemade greenhouse. He was a former member of the Shur-Shot Gunning Club and Shur-Line Beagle Club. Bob enjoyed hunting rabbits, raising beagles and running them in the field trials with his two sons.

A memorial service will be held on Thursday, August 9 at the Boakes Funeral Home, 6050 Main Street, Mays Landing, NJ at 4 PM, where family and friends may gather 2-4 PM. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Penny Angels Beagle Rescue, P.O. Box 2161, Ventnor, NJ 08406. (Info and condolences: www.boakesfuneralhome.com)

Entire obituary at

Sunday, August 05, 2018

Electronic Recycling Collection

Drop off old electronics at 4-H Center. If it has power and doesn't have a compressor we can take it. Computers, home appliances, office equipment and more! Contact ac4hfairgrounds@gmail.com for more information.

Mc Donald's Salads Found with Parasites

Nearly 400 people in 15 states have been sickened by a parasite infection linked to McDonald's salads, according to the Food and Drug Administration.

The outbreak started in May, and the FDA reported an additional 109 cases on Thursday.

At least 16 people have been hospitalized due to the Cyclospora parasite, which causes intestinal illness.

Symptoms of the illness include diarrhea, vomiting, fever and body aches.

The illness can last anywhere from several days to a few months and can be treated with antibiotics.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, an unused package of Fresh Express salad mix tested positive for Cyclospora.


Real Estate Transactions 8/5/18

None for Mullica

Saturday, August 04, 2018

NJ Gang Bust

A massive gang bust in New Jersey led to the arrest of 166 people – 61 of whom belong to some of the most notorious crime organizations in America – in "Operation Summer In The City."
The U.S. Marshals Service and NJ Attorney General's Office directed the multi-agency collaboration – which included U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, or ICE – that targeted gang members and the most violent offenders in four New Jersey communities.
The operation intended to have "a direct impact on the quality of life for the residents of these communities," according to a release from the Office of Attorney General.
This one-week initiative during July resulted in the arrest of 166 fugitives, which included 42 Bloods, 13 Crips, 3 Latin Kings, 1 Surenos and 1 Trinitarios member, according to the Office of Attorney General.
Operation Summer in the City was conducted throughout Newark, Trenton, Jersey City and Camden from July 16 through July 20. The objective was to strategically target the state's most dangerous fugitives in order to curb the violence in these cities, according to the OAG.

 Not only were some of New Jersey's most violent offenders apprehended during this operation, but law enforcement also seized guns, drugs, and money. Of these notable seizures, 11 firearms, 7.15 kilograms in narcotics, one vehicle, and $100,000 in cash were confiscated, according to the OAG.

Entire article at

Atlantic City Rail Line Shutdown until 2019

ATLANTIC CITY — NJ Transit is closing the Atlantic City Rail Line until early next year to install federally mandated safety equipment.
The shutdown is expected to begin Sept. 4 on the line that carries riders from Atlantic City to Philadelphia. In its place, NJ Transit will expand service on bus route No. 554 to and from the rail stations between Atlantic City and Lindenwold, Camden County, from which the PATCO rail line carries riders into Philadelphia. The bus line operates on similar times to the rail schedule.
Atlantic City Rail Line tickets and passes with a destination or origin of Philadelphia will be discounted 25 percent and cross-honored on bus route No. 554, PATCO, River Line and special shuttle bus service.
Entire article at


Friday, August 03, 2018

Just Peachy Salsa Fundraiser

Sustainable Mullica is selling Just Peachy Salsa.
Our Just Peachy Salsa Fundraiser is back! 240 jars are being delivered tomorrow. Support local farmers, The Food Bank of South Jersey & the Mullica Township Schoolyard Garden. This delicious salsa is only $5.00 per jar. Being charitable never tasted so good!
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Thursday, August 02, 2018

Mullica Class III Police Officer Position Open

Law Enforcement Officer
Hiring Announcement: Class III S.R.O.

Prospective SLEO III applicants must meet the following criteria:
The Mullica Township Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Class III Special Police Officer. The Class III Special Police Officer, shall conduct school safety and security duties within the Township of Mullica school district.
Minimum Qualifications: The applicant must:
-Be a resident of the State of New Jersey during his or her term of appointment to this position.
-Be able to read, write, and speak the English language with reasonable proficiency and possess a High School diploma or equivalent.
-Be sound in body and of good health, which must be certified by a physician licensed to practice in the State of New Jersey.
-Be of good moral character and must not have been convicted of any offense involving dishonesty as would make the applicant unfit to perform his or her duties.
-Be a retired law enforcement officer less than 65 years of age who served as a duly-qualified, fully-trained, full-time police officer in any municipality or county of this state, or as a member of the State Police, and was separated from that prior service in good standing within 3 years of appointment to this position.
 -The applicant must be physically capable of performing the functions of the position in accordance with the Police Training Commission (PTC).
-The applicant must possess a NJ Police Training Commission Basic Police Officer Certification or NJ State Police Academy Certification.
-The applicant must possess a valid New Jersey Driver’s License.
-The applicant must successfully pass a background investigation.
-Applicants successfully passing the first phase will be subject to oral interviews.
-Any applicant offered a conditional offer of employment will be required to pass a medical examination, psychological evaluation, and drug screening.
-The Class III Officer shall work as assigned, while school is in session, to be determined upon hiring.
-The position will not receive health benefits, paid sick, personal, or vacation time.

Applicants should inquire within immediately at 609-561-7600

Mary A. DeMarco ( nee DiMatteo ) R.I.P.

DeMarco, Mary A. (nee DiMatteo), - 66, of Mullica Township, NJ, passed away peacefully at her daughters home on Wednesday, August 1, 2018. Born in Camden, NJ she was a lifelong resident of Mullica Township. She worked for fifteen years as a Registered Nurse at Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton. She also worked as an Assistant Director of Nursing at Absecon Manor, and Director of Nursing at Mainland Manor and Lincoln Care Specialty Center and as a Home Health Nurse for Holy Redeemer. She was a member of the American Nurses Association.
Viewings will be held on Friday, August 3, 2018 from 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM and Saturday, August 4, 2018 from 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM at the Carnesale Funeral Home, 202 S. Third Street in Hammonton. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday 10:00 AM at St. Mary of Mt. Carmel Parish Church of St. Joseph's, 226 French Street in Hammonton. Burial will follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Hammonton. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the COPD Foundation, 3300 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, FL 33134. (www.carnesalefuneralhome.com)

Entire obituary at

Wednesday, August 01, 2018

Fringe Festival

The New Jersey Fringe Festival – call it “Jersey Fringe” – is here again, this Friday through Sunday in Hammonton, N.J., The Blueberry Capital of the World. Since its first go, in 2016, it has been a wild, unexpected success.
The guys who run the Eagle Theatre had the idea: Combine a town tour and fringe-style arts and theater festival. Folks enjoy food trucks, street acts, music, local businesses – and anchoring the whole thing is the Eagle itself. Twenty shows will run at 11 venues through town, all within walking distance of the Eagle at 208 Vine St.
Jim Donio, chief strategist of the Eagle and cofounder of Jersey Fringe, says, “The vibe is funky, quirky, interactive.”
 It’s part of a national trend, visible at places like the Eagle, People’s Light in Malvern, and the Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center in West Chester: local theaters becoming regional arts hubs.

Josh Hitchens of Philly-based Going Dark Theatre will be performing Ghost Stories at 1 Trick Pony (251 Bellevue Ave.), which concerns “various paranormal things I’ve experienced in my life up to the present.” Hmmm.
Cameron Grant of Absecon, N.J.-based Aqueduct Productions is writer and director of 3 Egg Creams, playing at Paul Morris DanceXplosion (116 Bellevue Ave). Starring Vince Bandille, it’s a one-man show, “five actors, three egg cremes, 70 minutes,” an urban Romeo and Juliet with the music of Lou Christie (“Lightnin’ Strikes”).
The Eagle will host Social Studies an original music starring seven middle-schoolers (Friday and Saturday), and Fire, Famine and Flood, a play about climate equity by students from Hartnell College in Salinas, Calif.
“That’s another thing we’ve tried to be: eclectic,” says Donio.
The Jersey Fringe runs Friday through Sunday in Hammonton, N.J. Tickets: $19 daily, $39 weekend passes. Information: jerseyfringe.com.


"Q" Anons at Trump Tampa Rally

If you watched the Trump rally last night, you could not help but notice the "Q" signs and T-Shirts.
Today, the main stream media could not keep silent anymore about this movement.  There has been an all out assault on the "Q" movement by dozens of newspapers labeling it as a conspiracy theory.
A reporter even asked about the "Q" presence at the rally at the WH Press Conference today.

The "Q" movement is now not only countrywide but worldwide and has millions of followers and patriots investigating "Q"s information drops. YouTube is filled with videos from various hosts. Prayingmedic(   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqTZ6d59a7Y )is one of the good ones. Neon Revolt. com  ( https://www.neonrevolt.com/ )has a ton of information.

The Anons of "Q" released this response to the Press


REAL ANON'S are here as we follow the EVIDENCE (documented verifiable evidence), we are building the TRUTH of our HISTORY so we can expose and dismantle the corruption that has PLAGUED our world for millennia.

I invite any publication to print this as a statement of fact from an ACTUAL ANON.

WE do not tell YOU what to think or how to FEEL about a topic. WE simply dig for TRUTH and then PRESENT what we find so it can be scrutinized by our PEERS and further corroborated.

The CHOICE to KNOW what we have found, verified and presented is entirely up to YOU.

Presenting OUR work in a way to imply WE are some sort of cult, shows the WORLD how corrupt the MAINSTREAM MEDIA has become.

WE are NOT about violence, subversion or control. WE are simply providing FACT based information FREE of charge to the WORLD.




 WWGIWGA  = Where We Go One, We Go All

There have been 1792 "Q" drops since  October, 2017 catalogued at https://qanon.pub/?
Clicking on any blue link on this site will take you to the conversations on 8 chan about the "Q" post.
You can lurk and read 100's of thousands of pages of collected information from the anons.  Do not try to post on  8chan. unless you know what you're doing.  The anons are rough and do not take kindly to normies or trolls.


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Mullica Fatal Car Crash

MULLICA TOWNSHIP — A two-car crash resulted in the death of a passenger in one of the cars involved, according to police.
At 4:40 p.m. Tuesday a Chrysler 200 driving on Darmstadt Avenue collided with a Buick Minivan that was headed west on Route 30, according to police. There were two passengers in the Chrysler 200 and one driver in the minivan, police said.

The driver of the Chrysler, Robert Strehle, 69, of Mays Landing, was transported to AtlantiCare City Division, police said. The passenger, Kathleen Strehle, 65, was transported to AtlantiCare Mainland Division, where she was pronounced deceased, police said.  
The driver of the minivan, Cristina Grant, 36, of Mullica Township, was transported to AtlantiCare Mainland Division, police said.
The roadway was closed for approximately 90 minutes.
The Elwood Fire Department, along with the AtlantiCare EMS, responded to the scene.
The cause of the crash is under investigation.


Yesterday at 4:40pm a serious motor vehicle crash occurred at Rt 30/Darmstadt Avenue. The initial responding officer was on location within moments of the incident as he was nearby when it occurred. Officers discovered two vehicles in the roadway heavily damaged. A Chrysler 200 that was on Darmstadt Avenue occupied by two individuals collided with a Buick Minivan that was headed West on Route 30 occupied only by the driver. The driver of the Chrysler, a Robert Strehle 69, of Mays Landing was transported to Atlanticare City Division. The passenger Kathleen Strehle 65 was transported to Atlanticare Mainland Division, where she was pronounced deceased. The driver of the minivan, Cristina Grant 36 of Mullica Twp. was transported to Atlanticare Mainland Division. The roadway was closed for approximately two hours. The Elwood Fire Department along with Atlanticare EMS responded. The cause of this crash is under investigation. Any witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact the police department at 5617600

Mullica National Night Out 8/9

As you all know, National Night Out is fast approaching. If anyone would like to make a donation we would be extremely grateful. Auction items, gift baskets, door prizes or a cash donation is appreciated. Thank you and we look forward to seeing all of you on August 9th at 6:00pm!

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FISA Warrants Obtained Through Obfuscation & Deceit

Our media’s valiant efforts to distract us notwithstanding, information continues to seep out that underscores how badly a housecleaning is needed in Washington, D.C.
Last week saw the release of the applications used to obtain warrants from the FISA court to spy on Carter Page, an adviser to the Trump presidential campaign. Obtained by Judicial Watch, the 400-plus pages of (heavily redacted) documents support the conclusions earlier drawn by the House Intelligence Committee (and denounced by Democrats as hysteria): the FISA warrants were obtained through obfuscation and deceit.
As various commentators predicted would be proven, the bulk of the information that formed the basis for the FISA warrant applications was the “dossier” of allegations about Donald Trump’s activities in Russia. This dossier was provided to the FBI by British spy Christopher Steele. Steele was hired during the 2016 presidential campaign by opposition research firm Fusion GPS, who was paid by Hillary Clinton’s law firm Perkins Coie, who was paid by the Clinton campaign and the DNC. The allegations were scandalous and completely unverified, in violation of federal statutes and FISA court rules.
In other words, the FBI used oppo research paid for by the Democrats as justification for government spying on a political opponent and other Americans

But there’s more. In another incredible coincidence, Fusion GPS had hired scholar and professor Nellie Ohr as a “paid Russian expert.” Nellie Ohr happens to be married to Bruce Ohr, deputy attorney general in the Justice Department. Bruce Ohr is alleged to have passed his wife’s anti-Trump research to the FBI. He was demoted for failing to disclose not only his wife’s employment with Fusion GPS, but also his own meetings with Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson.
The FISA court was never told any of that. They were never supposed to know. None of us was ever supposed to know.

When thousands of DNC emails were leaked to the public through Julian Assange’s organization WikiLeaks, we learned that Hillary Clinton had abused the primary process, nearly bankrupted the DNC and effectively stole the nomination from Bernie Sanders. We also learned the press played favorites with Clinton, getting her approval before running stories and forwarding debate questions to Clinton in advance. (The official line is Russians hacked the DNC computers and gave the emails to WikiLeaks. Assange and former U.S. and U.K. intelligence officials vehemently deny this, and maintain it was an inside “leak,” not a hack. The DNC refused to turn over their servers to the FBI for inspection.)

And then there is Hillary Clinton’s misuse of a personal email server to handle classified State Department information. We now know that then-FBI director James Comey decided not to prosecute Clinton before the investigation was even concluded. We also know that FBI attorney Peter Strzok rewrote Comey’s initial report to change Comey’s description of Clinton’s conduct from “grossly negligent” — which was a violation of the applicable federal statute — to “extremely careless.”
This is the same Peter Strzok who expressed his loathing for Donald Trump in many of the tens of thousands of texts he exchanged with his lover and fellow FBI attorney Lisa Page. Strzok infamously assured Page that they had an “insurance policy” and that they “would stop” Trump from becoming president. At a congressional hearing two weeks ago, Strzok arrogantly insisted that his bias did not affect his job performance.
He must think we’re all idiots.
But then, we were never supposed to know any of this.

Hillary Clinton was supposed to win. No one would know the FBI “investigation” into her violations of federal statutes was a foregone conclusion that would exonerate her. No one would know that members of the FBI and the DOJ were using their government powers to attack and discredit the man who wasn’t “supposed” to win, but did.
Trump’s unorthodox presidency has been a great gift. It has exposed the corruption in our government, and the betrayal of the American public by so much of the press.


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 Jon McNaughton's "Crossing the Swamp" is a riff on the classic "Washington Crossing the Delaware," but replacing George Washington's crew with members of President Trump's administration.  (Jon McNaughton, jonmcnaughton.com)

Jon McNaughton's "Crossing the Swamp" is a riff on the classic "Washington Crossing the Delaware," but replacing George Washington's crew with members of President Trump's administration.

Monday, July 30, 2018

Mullica Found Dog

FOUND DOG! Black and white cattle dog, neutered male. Very friendly. Found at 5th & Reading in Mullica Township. Has a microchip but is not registered. Regular collar plus a blue flea collar, no tags. Please call Shore Veterinarians Hammonton if you know him or his owners. (609) 561-2802

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