Evesham Township - 984 Tuckerton Rd, Marlton NJ
December Leaf Collection:
“Leaf Collection will resume on Monday, December 16th for Sections 9 through 12. The second collection for all areas will begin once these sections have been completed. Thank you for your patience.”
Council’s Corner: Dec. 3
Matteo retires, Beeler students recognized
Evesham Township Mayor Randy Brown and Council honored Nick Matteo as he retires after 47 years of service to the township.
Matteo spent most of his adult life working in Evesham Township, hired as one of the first police officers in 1966.
“Nick has been our guy for many years. When there’s something that needed to be done, he did it,” Brown said.
Matteo served as Detective first class, a Patrol Sergeant and the third Chief of Police.
In 1997, Matteo retired from the Evesham Township Police Department and eventually became the Business Manager of the Indian Spring Country Club until 2004. He then returned to the police department in a civilian position as the Quartermaster, from which he will be officially retired Dec. 6.
Matteo asked residents to come out and join the Citizen Police Academy program.
According to Lt. Joseph Friel, dates have not been announced, but information will be available on the township website and the department’s Facebook page.
“We’ve done remarkable things with this police department,” Matteo said.
Fifth grade Beeler Elementary School students were honored with a proclamation for being elected to student government.
This year, there were two class presidents, Michael Marrone and Joe Napoli.
“Both our mouths dropped to the floor when we heard it was a tie,” Napoli told Brown at the meeting.
Marrone and Napoli held campaigns by making signs, giving speeches and holding debates.
Other fifth grade student officers, including the vice president, secretary and members of the government were also in attendance.
“We’re all so proud of what you are doing and learning,” Brown told the students.
Following reception of the proclamation, the children joined the Mayor and Council on the dais and learned that once an ordinance is adopted, it becomes a law in 20 days.
Township of Evesham
Dog and Cat Owners
2014 Dog and Cat Licenses Required
Dog and Cat licenses for the year 2014 are required. Pet license renewals cannot be processed until after January 1, 2014. The deadline for on time license renewals is January 31, 2014. The license may be purchased at the Evesham Township Clerk’s Office, 984 Tuckerton Road, Marlton, N.J. 08053, Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm. Dog and Cat license fees are $12.00 plus an additional $3.00 for any dog or cat that has not been spayed or neutered. Proof of rabies vaccination is required and must be current thru November 1, 2014 in order to acquire a 2014 dog or cat license. Licensing may also be completed by mail. For additional information call 856-983-2900 ext. 2004.
An additional LATE FEE OF $5.00 will be charged for licenses purchased after
January 31, 2014
AFTER March 1, 2014 the LATE FEE will increase to $25.00
FREE RABIES CLINIC
Saturday January 11, 2014 at the Marlton Fire House on Main Street
from 10:00am to 1:00pm.
Saturday January 25, 2014 at the Kettle Run Fire House on Hopewell Road
from 10:00am to 1:00pm.
Evesham Township Dog and Cat Licenses may also be purchased at the Rabies Clinic.
Mary Lou Bergh
Due to the Winter Storm
All trash this week is pushed back one day due to snow removal operations.
Evesham Township is seeking a Golf Course General Manager for immediate hire
The general manager will report directly to the Township Manager and manage/oversee all aspects of the facility to include club house and pro shop in addition to fostering relationships
between the facility, its patrons, employees, officials and industry.
Responsibilities also include developing and administering operating policies and procedures and directing the work of the golf course management team and supervision of other golf
Click here for more information on the position and how to apply.
Evesham Township Youth Advisory Committee Seeking Members
Do you want to get involved in your community?
Do you want to be a voice for your age group?
If so, then join the Evesham Township Youth Advisory Committee. We not only participate in Township events we sponsor events of our own as well.
Hope to see you at our next meeting.