Beginning Monday March 10 and continuing through Thursday March 13, Turnersville Road and Hickstown Road, between Kearsley Road and Little Mill Road, will be milled and repaved. Work will be done between 7:00 AM and 4:00 PM. An alternating traffic pattern will be in place.
Please plan extra time in your commuting schedule.
The Borough will host the annual free rabies clinic on Saturday, March 29. The clinic will be held at the Public Works garage, 400 Davis Avenue, from 9:00 AM to noon. The clinic is open to all dogs and cats with expired and expiring rabies vaccinations.
As a reminder all dogs and cats must be licensed by April 15, and a valid rabies certificate is required for licensing. Owners of dogs and cats found unlicensed after April 15 will be required to pay a late fee.
For more information, contact Borough Hall at (856)783-7400 extension 203.
Notice is hereby given that the Mayor and Borough Council of the Borough of Pine Hill will conduct a Public Hearing on March 3, 2014, at 7:30 P.M., on recommendations to set the annual budget for the Pine Hill Borough Fire District, which budget was defeated by the legal voters of the Borough of Pine Hill, at the Fire District Election on February 15, 2014.
The Camden County Freeholders are presenting the Camden County Parenting Conference “Raising the Next Generation” on Saturday, April 12. The free event will be held at Pennsauken High School, located at 800 Hylton Road in Pennsauken, from 9:00 Am to 2:00 PM.
The event is geared to children, youth and families and will feature workshops, exhibits, food, door prizes, face painting, crafts and entertainment. The keynote speaker is Haddonfield author, life coach and family therapist Jane Grushka Rosen.
For more information visit www.camdencounty.com
The Camden County Department of Public Works asks residents to report any issues, potholes or hazards on County roads directly to the County Hotline (856) 566-2980. Due to the inclement weather, the ice, salt and plows have taken a toll on the roadways. Please use this hotline for issues on County roads only.
Camden County Public Works can also be reached at (856) 225-5305 or on the County’s website: www.camdencounty.com.
The Camden County Improvement Authority, through the “Community Development Program,” is offering deferred payment loans to assist Pine Hill residents with home rehabilitation repairs. The program addresses items such as leaking roofs, faulty plumbing, electrical systems, and rehabilitation building code issues.
To be eligible, residents must have been in the home at least one year and meet income requirements. All property taxes, homeowner’s insurance and mortgages must be current. Interested residents should contact the Camden County Improvement Authority at (856)751-2242. There is presently a waiting list for the program, but residents can be placed on the list by contacting the Improvement Authority.
The Pine Hill Police Department, along with the Police Department in Gloucester Township, became the first police departments in the Country to become participating members of the Missing Kids Readiness Project.
The Missing Kids Readiness Project promotes best practices for responding to calls of missing, abducted, and sexually exploited children. All members of the Pine Hill Department have completed essential training required by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in responding to a missing child or sexual abuse incident. Additionally, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has reviewed and approved the police department’s policies on handling a missing person incident.
Pine Hill Police Chief Chris Winters and all of the Pine Hill Police Department should be commended for their hard work.