Sunday, October 14, 2018

Deer Rutting Season

With the autumn white-tailed deer breeding season upon us, New Jersey officials are urging motorists to exercise caution on the state’s roadways.
Shorter days and cooler weather trigger the fall rutting season, dispersing deer as they search for mates, according to a state news release.
“Deer are involved in thousands of collisions with motor vehicles in New Jersey each year, with highest number occurring during the fall mating season,” Division of Fish and Wildlife Director Larry Herrighty said. “We strongly urge all motorists to be especially alert to the possibility of deer suddenly darting onto roadways and to be aware of some steps they can take to reduce the risk of serious injury to themselves or their passengers.”

The peak mating season for deer in New Jersey runs from late October, throughout November, and into mid-December in all regions of the state, beginning earliest in northern regions, the release states.
Deer activity is particularly amplified during dusk and dawn, corresponding with the daily work commute, according to the release.
AAA says there were 4,463 deer crashes in New Jersey during the 2016 season — or two deer crashes per hour. During that period, Monmouth recorded the highest of all counties with 568 crashes. 77% of the state’s crashes occurred during the evening rush hour.
Motorists are encouraged to alert the state’s Department of Transportation to any roadside dead deer by utilizing this website.

The following tips from the Department of Environmental Protection are offered to help motorists stay safe:
  • If you spot a deer, slow down and pay attention to possible sudden movement. If the deer doesn’t move, don’t go around it. Wait for the deer to pass and the road is clear.
  • Pay attention to “Deer Crossing” signs. Slow down when traveling through areas known to have a high concentration of deer so you will have ample time to stop if necessary.
  • If you are traveling after dark, use high beams when there is no oncoming traffic. High beams will be reflected by the eyes of deer on or near roads.
  • If you see one deer, be on guard: others may be in the area. Deer typically move in family groups at this time of year and cross roads single-file. Female deer are being chased by bucks and during breeding phase are often unaware of traffic.
  • Don’t tailgate. Remember: the driver in front of you might have to stop suddenly to avoid hitting a deer.
  • Always wear a seatbelt, as required by law. Drive at a safe and sensible speed, taking into account weather, available lighting, traffic, curves and other road conditions.
  • If a collision appears inevitable, do not swerve to avoid impact. The deer may counter-maneuver suddenly. Brake appropriately, but stay in your lane. Collisions are more likely to become fatal when a driver swerves to avoid a deer and instead collides with oncoming traffic or a fixed structure along the road. 
  • Report any deer-vehicle collision to a local law enforcement agency immediately.
For more information about white-tailed deer in New Jersey, visit this NJ Fish and Wildlife resource.

Dog Needs New Home

Mullica township residents help

My owner wants to relinquish me because they can no longer take care of me. I am sweet black lab and would love to have a good home. If you are interested , or can temp foster please call my friends right away at 1-800-351-1822

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Chadsworth Cranberry Festival

Make sure to pick up a copy of this weekend's Pine Barrens Tribune for a complete guide to the Chatsworth Cranberry Festival, one of the Pine Barren's largest events, on Oct. 20 and 21!
This guide includes:
-This year's festival itinerary
-Map of the festival grounds
-History of the festival
-History of the cranberry
-Cranberry recipes
-Information on a classic car show
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Hammonton Trick or Treat 10/20

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Real Estate Transactions 10/14/18


2611 Thurston Ave, Bell Charles to Kehrli Gregory; 05/07/18. $165,000

4653 Pittsburg Ave, Poley Joseph to Erikson Jon William; 05/15/18. $263,000

Saturday, October 13, 2018

Mullica Historical Society Guest Speaker 10/16

Hope to see a full house. This is going to be interesting speaker.
Member Marston "Butch" Mischlich will be our speaker at our October 16th meeting. His topic will be, "Atlantic City during World War II". All are invited. Plus, we ask you to take check out our display of 'Remembering Old Atlantic City'. October meeting, October 16, at 7:00 PM at the Hilda Frame School , 3410 Nesco Road, Nesco.
Final plans for our annual Halloween Trick or Treat, Wednesday, October 31st, 6:00 to 8:00 PM, at the Hilda Frame School will be made. Halloween Trick or Treat in Mullica Township is October 31st, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. All are invited to stop by Halloween Night.
Save these dates on your calendar.
Make plans to join us for the "Atlantic City during World War II" talk on Tuesday, October 16 at 7:00 PM.
Looking forward to seeing your Halloween Outfit on October 31st. More information please call 609-892-3919

Mullica PTA Paint & Pastry Party 11/4

Limited number of spots available! Children and adults welcome! Reserve your spot today!

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Mullica Class II Police Officer Position

Mullica Township Police Department
The Mullica Township Police Department is currently accepting resumes for the position of Class II Police Officer. The Mullica Township Police Department is located in Atlantic County. Applicants should be energetic, willing to learn, and take great pride in the community they serve. Applicants must minimally possess the following qualifications.
-Have a valid New Jersey Class II certification from the New Jersey Police Training Commission or currently enrolled in a N.J. P.T.C. certified police academy.
-If you do not hold a Class II certification from the New Jersey Police Training Commission or currently enrolled in a N.J. P.T.C. certified police academy and are residents of Mullica Township you are still encouraged to apply.
-Be a citizen of the United States and the State of New Jersey
-Be able to read and write the English language
-Not have been convicted of any violations of the laws of the State of New Jersey or the United States, except minor traffic offenses, nor shall have been convicted of any crime or offense involving moral turpitude.

 -Have a valid New Jersey driver’s license
-Submit to a complete background investigation
-Submit to and successfully pass psychological testing
-Submit to and successfully pass drug screening
Salary is $14.00/hour working approximately 28 hours per week
Deadline for applying is 10/31/2018 at 4 PM.
Please direct questions regarding this job to
**Mullica Township is an equal opportunity employer.**

Mullica REC Fundraiser 10/20

Please come out and support the MTRA

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Congratulations Matrix’s team on their 4-0 win today!!

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4 Days Left to Register to Vote in N.J.

The deadline is approaching to register to vote in the November election in New Jersey.
Residents have until Tuesday, Oct. 16 to register to vote for the Nov. 6 election.

Prospective voters can download a voter registration application and mail or deliver it to the county commissioner of registration or superintendent of elections in your county.
To register, you must be a United States citizen, a resident of the county for at least 30 days ahead of the election and at least 17 years old (you can’t vote until you turn 18).

You cannot be currently serving a sentence, probation or parole due to a felony conviction.
New Jersey students attending college in the state can register to vote by using the application process, and can either register from a college address or the student’s parents’ address.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Fire Prevention Day in Mullica

Wednesday was Fire Prevention Day at our school. Thank you to the men and women of the Mullica Township Fire Departments (Elwood, Nesco, Sweetwater and Weekstown) and the New Jersey Forest Fire Service for educating our children about the dangers of fire, fire prevention and safety.

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Illegal Alien Births Cost US Taxpayers $ 2.4 Billion Yearly

Every year, American taxpayers are billed about $2.4 billion to pay for the births of illegal aliens, according to research by the Center for Immigration Studies Director of Research, Steven Camarotta.
The children of illegal aliens are commonly known as “anchor babies,” as they anchor their illegal alien and noncitizen parents in the U.S. and eventually are allowed to bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives to the country through the process known as “chain migration.”

The research concludes that American taxpayers in total pay about $5.3 billion annually for the births of immigrants, whether they are legally or illegally in the U.S.
About one in four births that are paid for by American taxpayers are those to an immigrant, legal or illegal. This accounts for 429,000 immigrant births every year that taxpayers subsidize.
Illegal aliens births of anchor babies make up 11 percent — or about 198,000 births — of all births that are paid for by American taxpayers. Legal immigrant births make up 13 percent — or 231,000 births — of all births that are paid for by taxpayers.
As Breitbart News has extensively reported, there are 4.5 million anchor babies in the U.S. under the age of 18, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). This estimate does not include the potentially millions of anchor babies who are older than 18-years-old.
The 4.5 million anchor babies estimate exceeds the four million American children born every year. In the next decade, the CBO estimates that there will be at least another 600,000 anchor babies born in the U.S., which would put the anchor baby population on track to exceed annual American births — should the U.S. birth rate not increase — by more than one million anchor babies.

Valley Fine Foods Recall

WASHINGTON, Oct. 11, 2018 – Valley Fine Foods, a Forest City, N.C. establishment, is recalling approximately 35,516 pounds of heat-treated, not fully cooked meat and poultry products that may be adulterated due to presence of spoilage organisms that have rendered it unwholesome and unfit for human food, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today.
The heat-treated, not fully cooked, refrigerated meat and poultry products were produced on various dates from Aug. 15, 2018 through Oct. 4, 2018. The following products are subject to recall:  [View Labels here (PDF only)] 
  • 12-oz. tray packages containing “SIMPLE DISHES™ Chicken Penne Alfredo” with case code #19034, case UPC code 1-07-42753-34709-0, and “BEST IF USED BY” “10/09/18” through “11/25/18”. Unit UPC 7-42753-34709-3.
  • 12-oz.  tray packages containing “SIMPLE DISHES™ Chicken Primavera” with case code #19033, case UPC code 1-07-42753-34708-3, and “BEST IF USED BY” “10/09/18” through “11/25/18”. Unit UPC 7-42753-34708-6.
  • 12-oz. tray packages containing “SIMPLE DISHES™ Italian Sausage Ziti” with case code #19035, case UPC code 1-07-42753-34711-3, and “BEST IF USED BY” “10/09/18” through “11/25/18”. Unit UPC 7-42753-34711-6.
  • 12-oz.  tray packages containing “SIMPLE DISHES™ Rigatoni with Meatballs and a Mushroom Cream Sauce” with case code #19036, case UPC Code of 1-07-42753- 34710-6 and “BEST IF USED BY” “10/09/18” through “11/25/18”.  Unit UPC 7-42753-34710-9.
The products subject to recall bear the establishment number “ P-22102B” or “M-22102B” on the side of the product package. These items were shipped retail locations in California, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan and North Carolina.
The problem was discovered on Oct. 4, 2018 by the establishment’s research and development department during routine internal testing. FSIS was notified on Oct. 10, 2018.
There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products. Anyone concerned about an injury or illness should contact a healthcare provider. 
FSIS is concerned that some product may be in consumer’s refrigerators or freezers. Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.
FSIS routinely conducts recall effectiveness checks to verify recalling firms notify their customers of the recall and that steps are taken to make certain that the product is no longer available to consumers.
Media and consumers with questions regarding the recall can contact Valley Fine Foods customer service line, at (844) 833-6888.
Consumers with food safety questions can "Ask Karen," the FSIS virtual representative available 24 hours a day at or via smartphone at The toll-free USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline 1-888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854) is available in English and Spanish and can be reached from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Eastern Time) Monday through Friday. Recorded food safety messages are available 24 hours a day. The online Electronic Consumer Complaint Monitoring System can be accessed 24 hours a day at:

Tuesday, October 09, 2018

Mullica Committee Meeting Tonight

OCTOBER 9, 2018
                 7:00 P.M

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Request Reduction of Use of Facilities Application Fee / Farm to Fork Fondo 
Resolution #
/ Requesting Dedication by Rider / Snow Removal
Resolution #
/ Award Contract / Electric Generation Supply Service
Resolution #134-2018
/ Chapter 159 / Bullet Proof Vest Fund
Resolution #135-2018
/ DOT Grant / Seventh Avenue (Section III)
Resolution #136-2018
/ DOT Grant / Darmstadt Avenue (Section I)
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Cal. Illegal Voter Registrations with Motor Vehicle License

California’s ‘Motor Voter’ plan, which allow people to register to vote while they’re signing up for their driver’s license, has repeatedly been the source of consternation for those who care about the legitimacy of the vote.
 The failures of the DMV’s program lead the Secretary of State to demand a new investigation of the agency yesterday.

California’s ‘Motor Voter’ law first took effect in April, and was allegedly aimed at making it even easier for people to update their voting registration.
However, even according to the state’s leftist Secretary of State, the failures of the two agencies have undermined the public’s confidence in the basic ability of California to “collect and transmit accurate voter registration information.”
While the state seems to be suggesting that the failures are simple incompetence (and that their inability to catch issues without them being first brought forward by media outlets is also incompetence), not everyone seemed to agree.
Assemblyman Jim Patterson, a republican from Fresno, suggested that, to the contrary, the situation was the “unraveling of a cover-up.”

Patterson suggested that the 24,500 ‘erroneous’ registrations uncovered so far were not the entire story, but rather the “tip of the iceberg,” and seemed to believe that, rather than an accident, these votes were part of a conspiratorial scheme.
Republicans across the state, and even some democrats, had previously called for an audit into the program, and were rebuffed by leftists.

On the other hand, perhaps that was the intent all along; for democrats to add, through hook or crook, voters who would not otherwise be allowed to have a say in American democracy, and who would be very likely to cast their vote for the leftists who gave them ‘sanctuary?’
It seems difficult to fairly determine just how many ineligible people were added to the voter rolls when more than a million people registered with the program.
At this point, however, it’s clear that the program has been fraught with issues, and that those who questioned its usefulness were right to do so.

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Lost License Plate on Rt 542

From Hammonton to New Gretna
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House & Senate Candidates Debate

 NJTV, the state’s public television broadcaster, is televising and live-streaming four House and Senate debates starting Wednesday,

With roughly a month until Election Day on Nov. 6, campaign signs are popping up in yards, money is fueling campaign commercial wars and candidates are making their closing pitches.
At the top of the ticket this year is the Senate race, in which Republican Bob Hugin is hoping to become the first GOP candidate in New Jersey to win election to the Senate since 1972. He faces Democratic incumbent Bob Menendez.
The debates come as the Oct. 16 voter registration deadline approaches.

Menendez is seeking his third term and going against Hugin, a former executive at drugmaker Celgene. Polls show the race has tightened in blue New Jersey, where Democrats have a more than 900,000-voter-registration advantage over Republicans.

 The two candidates will meet in an Oct. 24 debate.
Hugin has attacked Menendez as corrupt, accusations stemming from a federal corruption indictment, which ended with charges being dropped after a mistrial. Menendez denied wrongdoing.
Menendez has cast Hugin as a surrogate for President Donald Trump, who’s unpopular in New Jersey, and as a greedy CEO. Hugin said his company has done life-saving working making cancer drugs.
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GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Major party candidates vying to fill New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District seat will face off Wednesday at Stockton University.

Republican Seth Grossman, a former Atlantic City councilman and Atlantic County freeholder, and Democratic state Sen. Jeff Van Drew are running for election in November to fill the House seat being vacated by Rep. Frank LoBiondo, R-2nd.
LoBiondo has held the seat for more than 20 years, after Democratic Rep. William J. Hughes retired in 1994

The debate will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, October 10,  at Stockton’s Campus Center Theatre.
It is open to the public. Doors open at 5 p.m.

The event is being broadcast live and participants must be seated by 5:45 p.m.
The debate is sponsored by the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy of Stockton University and is co-sponsored by SNJ Today and The Press of Atlantic City. 

Atlantic Prosecutor Accused of Mortgage Fraud & Hiding Evidence

Two former and one current employee of the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office have accused prosecutor Damon G. Tyner of committing mortgage fraud, hiding evidence in the investigation of radio show host April Kauffman’s murder, and protecting friends and political allies from criminal prosecution.
The complaint, filed Oct. 4 by former assistant prosecutor Diane Ruberton, former Lieutenant Heather McManus and assistant prosecutor Donna Fetzer, asks the New Jersey Attorney General and U.S. Attorney to investigate Tyner.
“The matters alleged involved personnel issues with disgruntled former employees and current employee,” Tyner said in an email response. “As a result, I have retained legal counsel to respond to these matters. The great work of the women and men of the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office will continue unimpaired under my leadership.”

Levinson added that Tyner is a county employee, so legal fees he incurs will be paid for with county tax dollars.

Monday, October 08, 2018

NJ Bear Hunt

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The annual bear hunt in New Jersey begins Monday but is expected to be greatly reduced following an order by the governor barring black bear hunting on state-owned lands.
The six-day hunt starts just before sunrise. The first three days are reserved for bow hunting, while both hunting with bows and muzzle-loading guns will be allowed during the last three days.

Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy has said that New Jersey will pursue more nonlethal methods to manage the state's black bear population. His order removes from the hunt roughly 40 percent of the lands where bears were hunted over the past eight years.
Murphy said last year that he would seek to stop the hunt, but he later said he doesn't have the power to unilaterally call it off.

Crash Detection App

Imagine you're riding a bicycle when you collide with a car and are thrown over the handlebars.
When you hit the street, you're knocked unconscious and unable to call for help. In this scenario, you're wholly dependent upon a stranger coming to your rescue.
If you're in public, surrounded by people, that might not be a problem. But if you're injured when you're alone, hours could pass before you're found.
The makers of one app claim that their technology now includes a feature they refer to as "automatic crash detection and response." As of last week, Noonlight — an app designed to connect people with rescue services — began using an algorithm that taps into a smartphone's sensors, allowing the platform to measure and detect minuscule changes in the user's location, motion and force.
If the sensors detect a sudden change in motion and force indicating that the user has been involved in an accident, the app alerts 911 without the user's prompting.
The company will charge users about $10 a month for its crash-detection services.

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Viral Facebook Hoax

Over the weekend, you might have seen a wave of panicked friends in your Facebook news feeds posting warnings: Their accounts were hacked, don’t accept friend requests from their accounts. Or maybe, even more alarming, you received a private message warning you that your account had been compromised.
The warning spread in the form of a message, sent from a friend or “friend.” The message claims that the sender received a suspicious friend request from you, and that the proper way to address this disturbing news is to immediately share the message they sent to you with all your friends.

It reads something like this:
“Hi....I actually got another friend request from you which I ignored so you may want to check your account. Hold your finger on the message until the forward button appears...then hit forward and all the people you want to forward too....I had to do the people individually. PLEASE DO NOT ACCEPT A NEW friendship FROM ME AT THIS TIME.”
Should you be worried? Well, we have some good news and bad news. The good news is: Chances are, you were not hacked if you received this message, nor are you being impersonated on Facebook, and no fraudulent friend requests got sent. The whole thing is a viral hoax. The bad news is: People are falling for yet another copy/paste hoax on Facebook, a website with a long history of spreading them.

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Sunday, October 07, 2018

NJ 425 Million Film Tax Credit

Murphy, a first-year Democratic governor, and the Democrat-led Legislature approved the new tax credit program in July, renewing an incentive that Republican Chris Christie let expire.

The program has come under criticism since legislative estimates say it could cost up to $425 million over five years with an uncertain economic benefit to the state, whose budget is perennially strapped.
But Murphy brushed that criticism aside on Friday. He says the NBC program will mean 300 jobs and $50 million in goods in services purchased in the state.

 Unlike other tax incentives, the new law doesn't require a so-called net benefits test, meaning the credits do not necessarily have to lead to an overall financial positive for the state before they're awarded.

It also established a five-year tax credit program film and digital media production expenses incurred in New Jersey. No more than $75 million in tax credits can be granted for qualified film production expenses and no more than $10 million in credits for digital media content production expenses are allowed

Real Estate Transactions 10/7/18


NJ Gas Prices Rise

TRENTON — Gas prices are on the rise in New Jersey amid an oil price rally and the state's new 4.3-cent gas tax increase taking effect.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of a gallon of regular gas Friday in New Jersey was $2.90, up five cents from last week. Motorists were paying $2.55 for gas in New Jersey at this time last year.

The national average gas price Friday was $2.91 a gallon, up three cents from last week. The national average a year ago was $2.52 a gallon.
Analysts say motorists usually see prices drop this time of year as gasoline demand decreases and cheaper-to-produce winter blend gasoline is available — but this year gas prices feel more like summer than fall.

Saturday, October 06, 2018

Brett Kavanaugh Confirmed as 114th Justice of the Supreme Court

Senate Vote 50 to 48

Judge Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as the 114th Supreme Court justice late Saturday, just hours after the Senate voted to approve President Trump's nominee to the nation's highest court after a rancorous confirmation battle.
Kavanaugh was sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts in a private ceremony, accompanied by his wife and children. The ceremonial swearing in is expected to happen on Monday evening at the White House. It means that now-Justice Kavanaugh will begin hearing cases before the court on Tuesday.

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 Judge Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as the 114th Associate Supreme Court Justice on Saturday  (Fred Schilling/Supreme Court)

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Harry Massarelli R.I.P.

Massarelli, Harry, - 88, of Hammonton, passed away after a brief illness on Wednesday Oct 3, 2018. He was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 16, 1930 and grew up in Hammonton, NJ. Harry worked for Hammonton Park Clothes of Hammonton and as a foreman for W.B. Kessler's plant in Elkton MD. Harry started his own business designing and manufacturing wooden lawn ornaments out of his and his father's garage that were sold all along the east coast. He continued his wood business and later owned and operated 222 Farm Market in Mullica Township. He later moved to Egg Harbor City opening Harry's Garden Center with his wife, Lena and his family for more than 40 years. He enjoyed spending time with his loving family, faithfully going to Church, fishing, going to the casino, playing Skip-Bo and watching his favorite television shows.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 11:00a.m. at St. Mary of Mt. Carmel Parish St. Joseph Church Third & French Streets Hammonton, NJ. Family and friends are invited to a Church viewing from 9:30 a.m. to11:00 a.m. Burial will follow at the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, 124 S. First Rd. Hammonton, NJ. Donations in memory of Harry are welcomed to the St. Vincent DePaul Society, 226 French Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037. Arrangements entrusted to the Marinella Funeral Home, 102 N. 3rd St. Hammonton,

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Friday, October 05, 2018

Joseph Kenneth Westcoat R.I.P.

Wescoat, Kenneth Joseph, - of Nesco, NJ passed away at his residence on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 with his family by his side. He was born on October 25, 1939 to Charles and Thelma Wescoat. Ken patriotically served in the US Army during the Vietnam War. He resided in Nesco, NJ for the entirety of his life. Ken worked and retired from the Atlantic County road department. He was loved by many and was a phenomenal dad known to all his children as "Pop Pop". Ken considered his family farm a little piece of heaven, where he was the caregiver for a variety of animals and gardens. His sarcasm and wit will be missed by all who knew him. Ken's wisdom and unequivocal love will be cherished forever.
A visitation will be held on Sunday, October 7th from 2:00 4:00 PM at Wimberg Funeral Home, 400 Liverpool Ave, Egg Harbor City, 609-965-0357. A service will be held on Monday, October 8th at 11:00 AM at Wimberg Funeral Home. Interment will immediately follow at Batsto Pleasant Mills Cemetery on Pleasant Mills Road. For condolences or directions, please visit

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Mullica Holiday Closings 10/8

The Mullica Twp. Municipal Offices and the Transfer Station (aka "The Dump") will be closed on Monday, October 8th in observance of Columbus Day

Thursday, October 04, 2018

Mullica Committee Candidates 2018


Republican Kristi Hanselmann, 35, is running for the first time. She graduated from Pinelands Regional High School and earned her Bachelors in Economics from The College of New Jersey. She has served as the president of the Mullica Township school board since 2017, and also serves as the treasurer for the Mullica Township Recreation Association.

Republican William W. Cornell, Jr., 47, is running for the first time. A graduate of Absegami High School, he earned his Bachelors in Business Management from Stockton University. He has been a law enforcement officer for twenty three years.


Democrat Leanna Mullen, 29, graduated from Oakcrest High School and earned her Bachelors in Liberal Arts as well as her Masters in Instructional Technology from Stockton University. She is pursuing her doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Wilmington University in Delaware. She works for Egg Harbor Township Schools.

 Democrat Joseph West, 65, is a first-time candidate. He graduated with a Bachelors in Accounting from Rowan University, and has a Masters in Taxation from Widener University, and an Associate of Science degree from Gloucester County College. He is also a Certified Public Accountant and a Registered Nurse. He was honorably discharged from the U.S. Navy in 1974.

Alexander Creamer R.I.P.

Creamer, Alexander, - 89, of Hammonton, died peacefully at home on Oct. 1, 2018 surrounded by his family. Alex was a member of the National Guards from 1949 to 1950 it was after then he enlisted in the Army where he spent 1 1/2 years in the Korean War, until he was injured and received a Purple Heart. Alex was a shipping supervisor for Del Monte Foods for 32 years. After retiring from there he worked in Trump Plaza as a security guard. Alexander was special police in Paulsboro for 20 years and served as an Honor Guard for the VFW. He also belonged to the Paulsboro Masonic Lodge, and after moving to Mullica Twp he became a duel member at Dewey Lodge in 1987.

 Friends will be greeted on Thursday Oct. 4, 2018 at Saraceno Funeral Home 1114 White Horse Pike Egg Harbor City from 10:00 am to 12:00 Noon. A service will begin at Noon and a burial will follow at Atlantic County Veterans Cemetery in Mays Landing. In lieu of flowers please send donations in his name to Moravian Church 235 Boston Avenue Egg Harbor City, NJ 08215. Online condolences can be sent to

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Wednesday, October 03, 2018

Mullica "Trunk or Treat"

Trunk or Treat 

Mullica Township will be holding the Annual Trunk or Treat on Saturday, October 27th from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the Mullica Township Recreational Fields.
We would enjoy having you participate this year.  If you plan to come out with your trunk, please give us a call so we have an idea of how many vehicles will be joining us.  This is a fantastic way to show community support and/or bring awareness to your business or organization.  If you are unable to provide a trunk, please come out and enjoy the evening with the children Trunk or Treating!
 Phone (609) 561-7070

Trick or Treat

Trick or Treating is on October 31st from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Be safe while trick-or-treating, wear reflective clothes, carry flash light, go to homes with lights on, stay in groups, do not run across roadways or yards, look both ways before crossing the street, walk on sidewalk or pathway to home, carry a cell phone, have an adult check your candy before eating any AND have fun!!!! 

Mullica Planning Board Meeting Tonight 7:30 pm

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Re  Resolution #13-2018
/ B  Bulk & Use Variance /
Bl   Block 706,
Lot  Lot 12
Re   Resolution #14-2018
/ D  Deny Variance / Block
42   4202, Lot 9

A. Bul  A.Bulk Variance / John Walsh / Block 10401, Lot 16, Continued
 B. Bul  B.Bulk Variance / William Atherholt / Block 4801, Lot 10
C. Var  C.Variance / Deborah Riley / Block 5601, Lot 17 
 A. Ac   Accessory Structures 

Presidential Emergency Alert Today at 2:18 pm

The National Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) test will be held October 3, 2018, beginning at 2:18p EDT. For further information:

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