Monday, March 27, 2017

Mullica Environmental Meeting 3/27

                                    Mullica Environmental Commission Meeting
                                                      March 27, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Mullica Easter Egg Hunt 4/8/17

The Mullica Township Police Department will hold our 27th Annual Easter Egg Hunt for township children ages 1 to 7 on Saturday, April 8th at 2 p.m. at the Recreational Complex

Real Estate Transactions 3/25/17


Friday, March 24, 2017

Mullica School Top Chef Jr. Competition

MULLICA TOWNSHIP — Wyatt Engelmann loves bacon.
So it was no surprise he admitted eating a strip when he cooked bacon for the Romaine Calm Salad he entered in the Mullica Township School’s Top Chef Jr. competition Wednesday night.
Still, the missing strip did not hurt his score. Engelmann came in second, with judges praising the mix of flavors.
Asked why he called the zesty salad “calm,” he said it was advice to stay calm “because you’re about to get hit with flavor.”
The event was sponsored by the school Parent-Teacher Association, which received a $2,000 National PTA School Meals Grant. The purpose was to increase students’ daily consumption of fruits and vegetables.

Principal Matthew Mazzoni said about 100 students submitted proposals for a salad that was both tasty and nutritious. Sixteen were chosen to make their salad for a panel of four judges. In the cafeteria, students had 30 minutes to prepare the salad, with minimal help from parents.
Some arrived with ingredients pre-chopped in containers. Others worked from scratch, carefully slicing lettuce, mushrooms and chicken breasts as parents watched from the bleachers.
“I forgot to pack the blue cheese,” Danielle Rescigno, realized as her son, Brandon, 9, compiled a salad that included nuts, apples and dried cranberries. She sent her husband home to get it.
As judges began tasting, it soon became clear their choice would not be easy. Alexis Hakes, 12, said she had created the tasty homemade barbecue sauce for the grilled chicken on her Monster Meal salad.

 Chelsea Dailey, 10, tossed provolone, cheddar and feta cheese onto her Three Cheese Coyote salad.
“I love cheese,” she said.
Leah Denmead, 9, was the only student to make a fruit salad, and that worked in her favor. She was judged the first-place winner.
Judge Nicole LaTorre, an AtlantiCare Growing Green Chef Council member and owner of Eat Clean Org., admired Denmead’s decision to serve her multi-fruit salad in a hollowed-out grapefruit.
“It looks nice, and it is repurposing part of the grapefruit that would otherwise just be thrown away,” LaTorre said.
Students were judges on taste, presentation, creativity and workmanship.
Third-place winner was Ava Jade Fox, whose Crunchy Delight salad featured a fresh strawberry dressing.

PTA President Jessica Carroll, who also judged, said she was impressed by the variety in the salads and the level of participation by the students. Other judges were teachers Britney Baumgartel and Barbara Manzer.
Manzer said it was hard to pick, but for her the dressings made the difference.
“You could tell when students made the dressings themselves,” she said.
LaTorre was also impressed with the skill levels, complimenting Rocco Buonsante on the perfectly grilled chicken in his chicken and bean salad.
“It was nice to see how excited they were,” she said.

The original plan was to pick one winner, whose salad would be featured on the school cafeteria menu. But with so many choices, Mazzoni said he will try to have all three featured, maybe doing one a month.
“We are trying to get students to eat more salad,” Mazzoni said.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Wiretap Whistleblower Dennis Montgomery

Freedom Watch Chairman, Larry Klayman, has sent an urgent letter to Devin Nunes and members of the House of Representatives asking why no questions have been asked of whistleblower Dennis Montgomery during the Intelligence Committee Hearings on wiretapping.

Mr. Montgomery left the NSA and CIA with 47 hard drives and over 600 million pages of information showing systemic illegal surveillance on prominent Americans during the Obama Administration.  Some of those under surveillance included the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. other Justices, 156 judges and Donald Trump.

Letter and news release at

GEHR Tax Increase

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The Greater Egg Harbor Regional school board approved a preliminary 2017-18 budget at its meeting at Absegami High School Monday that will trim programs and raise property taxes.

 Mullica Township will be hit the hardest, with an estimate annual increase of $79.50 per $100,000 of assessed property value. The annual increase in Egg Harbor City will be $11.70 per year, in Galloway Township it will be $10.90 per year and in Hamilton Township it will be $6.60 per year.

Entire article at

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Charles H. "Sonny" Harper Jr. R.I.P.

Harper Jr., Charles H. "Sonny", - 79, of Galloway Township passed away on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at home. Born in Camden he was raised in Clementon then lived for many years in Sweetwater before moving to Galloway Township eighteen years ago. He was the owner of CH Construction in Sweetwater. Currently he was the supervisor of maintenance at Aloe Village in Galloway Township. He was a former member of the Mullica Township Zoning Board, and the Sweetwater Volunteer Fire Department.

A viewing will be held on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 from 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM at St. Mary of Mt. Carmel Parish Church of St. Joseph's, 226 French Street in Hammonton, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 AM. Burial will follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Berlin. Arrangements by the Carnesale Funeral Home in Hammonton,
Entire obituary at

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Tsunami Exercise Scheduled 3/22

The LANTEX17 exercise simulates a tsunami generated by a magnitude 8.8 earthquake located approximately 345 miles west southwest from Lisbon, Portugal and 510 miles west of the Straits of Gibraltar at 36.0ºN, 15.0ºW. Such a quake would send a tsunami towards North America. Image: NOAA
Are you and your local officials prepared for a potential destructive tsunami along the US east coast? An exercise scheduled for March 22 will help bring awareness to the threat, allowing local officials and residents to be ready when an actual threat arrives. (If any real tsunami threat occurs during the time period of the exercise, the exercise will be terminated.)

More information at 


Mullica 2/14 Budget Meeting Minutes

Mullica Historical Society Meeting Tonight 3/21

                                        Mullica Historical Society Meeting 
                                                        March 21, 2017
                                                             at 7:00 p.m.
                                                      Hilda Frame School


The Old Time Gift Auction will be held Saturday, April 22, 7:00 pm, doors open 4:00 pm, at the Elwood School, 500 Elwood Road, Elwood. Thanks to our local merchants and friends we have a great selection of gifts.  Plus Phillies tickets, Whale watching tickets, Dorney Park etc. Gifts for all ages. Gifts are on display in our museum, Hilda Frame School. Refreshments will be sold.
May 29th, Memorial Day, we will again pay tribute to our Veterans  at the Hilda Frame School, after the ceremony at the Batsto Pleasant Mills Cemetery.
Our Museum is open Wednesday and Saturday from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. Information call 609-561-4034.

Mullica Free Rabies Clinic Saturday 3/25



Mullica Township Rabies Clinic – Saturday,  March 25th from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the Municipal Garage – 4528 White Horse Pike,
2017 License Available for purchase: $5.00 spayed/neutered & $8.00 non-spayed/neutered

Mullica Animal Control Services RFP


Animal Control RFP

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed proposals will be received by the Township Clerk, for the Township of Mullica, County of Atlantic, State of New Jersey on Wednesday March 29th, 2017 at 10:00 am prevailing time at the Mullica Township Municipal Building, 4528 White Horse Pike, Elwood, NJ at which time and place proposals will be opened and read in public for Animal Control Services.
Specifications and other proposal information may be obtained at the Mullica Township Municipal Building during regular business hours, 9:00 am to 4:30pm.  Specifications are also available here:  PROPROSAL FOR ANIMAL CONTROL SERVICES 2017

Tax Form Assistance



Stockton University Kramer Hall,  30 Front Street, Hammonton
No Appointment Necessary
DATE:   February 2nd thru April 14th
TIME:  11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.   AND 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
(Free Parking available at Kramer Hall)

Mullica REC New Concession Stand Funding


Mullica Township Recreation Association is seeking sponsorships, donations, labor and/or materials for the construction of a new concession stand and bath house!  For more information contact


Sunday, March 19, 2017

High School Scholarships

Each year the Atlantic County Council of Education Associations (ACCEA), which represents over 7,000 Atlantic County education professionals, awards 3-$1,500 Scholarships to Atlantic County students graduating from public high schools.
In 2011 the scholarship program award amount was increased to $1,500, and rather than seniors planning to become teachers/educators, eligibility was extended to other areas of education (for example, School Social Worker, Psychologist, Speech Therapist, etc.).
EXPECTATION: Two $1,500.00 scholarships will be awarded to students who plan to attend a 4-year college/university and enter any field of professional education. One $1,500.00 scholarship will be awarded to a student who plans to attend Atlantic Cape Community College. These recipients will receive their awards upon completion and verification of the 2017 Fall Semester.
APPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE April 4, 2017. Failure to do so will result in ineligibility.
Applications are available at student's high school guidance offices OR can be downloaded by visiting: and clicking the link for the ACCEA SCHOLARSHIP.

EHC Farm Market Moves To Mullica

EGG HARBOR CITY council voted to move the EGG HARBOR CITY Farmer's Market run by Sustainable EGG HARBOR CITY from Lincoln Park in EGG HARBOR CITY to Butterhof's in MULLICA.

Cedar Creek Band Fundraiser

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Friday, March 17, 2017

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Mullica School Referendum - Vote Today

Unofficial results - The referendum has passed

232 yes and 183 no (415 total voters)
3 provisional and 8 VBM are left to count.

Mullica Township Education Association

The polls are OPEN from 3-8PM for the special school election and referendum.

Please support our school community and your vote to improve safety and the health/climate and much needed energy efficient improvements.

If you need a ride to the polls, please call or text (609) 513-2314 



March 14, 2017 – Special Election for school referendum.
                                      3 p.m. – 8 p.m. – School Library

Information in comment section under

Mullica Township residents will vote on a bond referendum for renovations and improvements to the middle and elementary schools, including HVAC, parking and lighting. The total cost is $1.9 million with state funds covering $637,836.

Voters rejected that proposal in the November election, but approved almost $3 million in other repairs, including roofing, windows, electrical, masonry, sewer and wall reconstruction work at both schools. The state will pay $1.3 million of that work.

Mullica Committee Meeting Tonight 3/14

                                                  TOWNSHIP OF MULLICA
                                                    COMMITTEE AGENDA
                                                         MARCH 14, 2017 
                                                               7:00 P.M. 





APPROVAL OF MINUTES:  02/ 14 / 2017  Budget 02 /14/ 2017


HEARING                Ordinance #1-2017 / Salary Ordinance
                               Ordinance #2-2017 / CAP Waver

FIRST READING:    Ordinance #3-2017 / Amend Chapter 156 / Temporary Trailers 

Public safety Hazard Discussion  / Elwood Road



A.       Budget Discussion
B.       Resolution #54-2017 / Award Engineering Services / Marathon Musket Lane
C.       Resolution #56-2017 / Confirming Sale Block 1801, Lot 13 / Frank A. DiMatteo

A.       Resolution #56-2017 / Approve Recycling Tonnage Grant
B.       Resolution #57-2017 / Approve Land Sale Block 6001, Lots 13 and 14
C.       Resolution #58-2017 / Renew 2015-2016 Liquor License / Coffee's Tavern
D.       Resolution #59-2017 / Renew 2016-2017 Liquor License / Coffee's Tavern
E.       Resolution #60-2017 / Setting 2017 Salaries of Certain Municipal Employees
F.        Resolution #61-2017 / Approve Coin Drop App. / Elwood Vol. Fire Co / May 20th
                                               and Nesco Vol. Fire Co. / May 20th and October 15th
G.       Resolution #62-2017 / Approve Elwood Vol. Fire Co. Membership Application
                                               Scott B. Tayor
H.       Resolution #63-2017 / Approve Use of Facilities / Cedar Creek High School



EXECUTIVE SESSION      Resolution ES #4-17