Weekly Roundup: Resdients share concern about leaf pick-up and Haddonfield resident wins USO Volunteer of the Year
Catch up on the biggest stories in Haddonfield this week.
Haddonfield residents expressed concerns at commissioners meeting and USO Volunteer of the Year shares her story. Catch up on everything from the past week in the Weekly Roundup.
Haddonfield Library hosted parents, kids and turkeys on Friday, Nov. 17
The Haddonfield Public Library was all about the glitter on Friday, Nov. 17 when it held a Kid’s Thanksgiving Craft event. For the first time in the library’s history, parents and kids created turkeys out of mason jars using feathers, glitter, glue and other materials. The Haddonfield Sun had the opportunity to get an inside look.
Residents expressed frustration at commissioners’ meeting
At Tuesday’s meeting, borough commissioners addressed concerns over ordinances regarding leaf pick-up. In public comment, residents expressed frustration with receiving tickets for piles of leaves left in the street as well as the length of time it takes for the leaves to be picked up. The current ordinance states that fixed fines are $50 and repeat offenders will be issued a citation. Both this year and last year, an insert in residents’ tax bills outlined that citations would be issued instead of warnings.
Haddonfield resident wins USO Volunteer of the Year
Haddonfield resident and mother of three, Lisa Quanci, has dedicated her time and efforts to helping military members and their families. For these reasons, she was recognized by the Liberty United Service Organizations, the nation’s leading nonprofit geared toward helping the U.S. military. Quanci recently won the title of Liberty USO Volunteer of the Year for Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey, Stateside on Oct. 20.