Zumba Fitness Night at Mullica Township School
500 Elwood Road
Thursday Nights – 7:00 p.m.
March 20th – FAMILY NIGHT Cost $1.00 per person
*A fourth night may also be announced at a future date
(Please note that the March 13th date was cancelled du to the Gym Show being rescheduled for that night)
Meet in the School Cafeteria for a fun night of the latest fitness craze – Zumba Dance Class!
Contact: Beth Schroeder Buonsante at (609) 412-2747 or
BethASchroeder@gmail.com for questions or to reserve your spot.
March 26, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Mullica Township will hold a tax sale for any and all unpaid 2013 taxes. Publication will be in the Egg Harbor and Hammonton News beginning February 26th.
Free Rabies Clinic for Dogs and Cats will be held on Saturday, March 29th, 10am – 12 noon at the Mullica Township Municipal Garage. Municipal Building will be open to purchase your 2014 Dog License and to obtain your 2014 Bulk Permit.
MULLICA TOWNSHIP CHIPPING POLICY
- Household chipping is completed on a schedule set by Public Works or through notification of Public Works Department
- Place brush curbside with butt ends out
- Only brush 3” in diameter or smaller will be chipped, anything larger must be taken to the Township Transfer Station
- Place brush in piles no larger than 4’ wide X 4’ high X 8’ in length
- No logs over 6” in diameter x 3’ in length or tree stumps will be chipped or accepted at the Township Transfer Station
- Township will not chip brush or accept brush at the Township Transfer Station that has been produced by a privately contracted service
- Township will not chip brush or accept brush at the Township Transfer Station that has been generated by lot clearing, including clearing for building additions or accessories
- Chipping is provided by and at the discretion of the Public Works Department and was developed as a courtesy for residents to assist with yard clean-up especially after storms
- Maximum time allotted for household is twenty minutes.
Did you Know?
The Township is a member of the Atlantic County Municipal Joint Insurance Fund. Joint Insurance Funds (JIFs) are simply a form of shared services for New Jersey Public Entities that enables them to pool their resources to insure for property, liability, and workers compensation coverage. They also wisely budget for professional contracts that deliver an extraordinary level of service. There is a great misconception about who is financially responsible when lawsuits are brought against municipalities. It is not for-profit insurance companies who are footing the bill for these suits, but rather the taxpayers in that municipality who end up paying.
Some Facts About the ACM JIF