HCA Town Dinner April 28th

Posted on 20 April 2016

Join us at the Town Dinner April 28th

Tickets are now available for the 2016 HCA Annual Meeting and Town Dinner being held at Tavistock Country Club April 28th at 6:00 pm.

The event will honor the Alfred E. Driscoll Award winner Mark Reifsnyder, the Bradshaw Essay contest winners Fiona Connor and Henri Mcguigan, and the Kauffmann performing arts winner Gillian Palmer.
Tickets are $45 for Adults and $35 for children under 18.   It includes dinner and entertainment from the Haddonfield Memorial High School co-ed a cappella group.

Purchase tickets here using PayPal. Alternately, tickets can be purchased by check and sent to Haddonfield Civic Association, PO Box 323, Haddonfield, NJ 08033.

Ticket prices above are for advance sales, tickets purchased at the door are $50 for Adult / $40 for 18 & Under.

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Haddonfield Borough Commissioner Meetings

Commissioners’ Meeting April 12, 2016

Posted on 13 April 2016

Commissioners Meeting April 12, 2016 from Haddonfield Civic Association on Vimeo.

Highlights included proclamations for National Library Week 4/11-16, distracted driver enforcement month, the Hopkins Pond 100th anniversary and declaring 4/18/2016 Hopkins Pond Day. In the business portion the commissioners voted on banked cap preservation, salaries for non-unioned employees and set the tax rate at 0.5 cents per 100 dollars for local open space trust fund.

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Mark Reifsnyder

Haddonfield Civic Association News and Events

Congratulations HCA’s 2016 Alfred E. Driscoll Award winner Mark Reifsnyder

Posted on 02 April 2016

The HCA is pleased to announce that MarkMark Reifsnyder Reifsnyder is the 2016 winner of the Driscoll Award. He will be presented the award Thursday, April 28, 2016 at the HCA’s Annual Meeting & Town Dinner held at Tavistock Country Club.

A Haddonfield resident of more than 23 years, Mr. Reifsnyder has actively volunteered for numerous youth, civic, and religious organizations, including Haddonfield Youth Sports, Haddonfield United Methodist Church, Aid Society of Montgomery County, Bucknell University Philadelphia Alumni Club and the Boy Scouts (Cub Pack and Troop 65).

His ongoing dedication and work with the Boy Scouts has made an incredible impact on the Haddonfield community and lives of many boys involved in scouting.

Join us to celebrate!
HCA members and the entire community are invited to attend the
Annual Meeting & Town Dinner April 28th.

Please email Brian Wolfson, HCA Vice President for more information.
Click here to purchase tickets

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Board of Education Meetings

Board of Education Meeting March 17, 2016

Posted on 18 March 2016

Board of Education Meeting March 17, 2016 from Haddonfield Civic Association on Vimeo.

On this St. Patrick's Day the BOE discussed a student led push to improve PARCC test taking at the high school grades as well as honored students from Elizabeth Haddon and Tatem for winning state awards for foreign language projects. In the business portion the BOE approved a tentative budget for 2016-2017 at a 2.28% increase to be sent to the county BOE. Changes can still be made until the budget hearing in April. In other business the BOE and the Borough formed a shared service agreement to install lights at both Anniversary Field and replace lights at Stadium Field. Longtime board member Drew Hansen resigned from the board due to a work reassignment that will take him overseas.

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Board of Education Meetings

Board of Education Special Budget Meeting March 10, 2016

Posted on 10 March 2016

Board of Education Special Budget Meeting March 10, 2016 from Haddonfield Civic Association on Vimeo.

This special meeting of the Board of Education was to discuss and debate the upcoming 2016-2017 operating budget presented by the administration to the board. The administration is proposing a 2.45% increase that is within the cap limits set at the state level. The budget is flat with only a part time engineer budgeted for 50k as an additional spending request. The increase is due in large part by reduced revenue as less tuition slots can be offered due to rising class sizes. Health care costs for the staff and educators outpaced revenue changes by approx $550,000. Next meeting of the BOE is March 17th.

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Haddonfield Borough Commissioner Meetings

Commissioners’ Meeting March 8, 2016

Posted on 08 March 2016

Commissioners Meeting March 8th, 2016 from Haddonfield Civic Association on Vimeo.

We apologize for missing the beginning of the meeting due to its relocation to the upstairs of Borough Hall. There was a new police officer sworn in tonight and Sergeant Daniel (Scott) Leverick was promoted. The commissioners put forward an ordinance officially banning smoking at public parks and locations. In the public comment portion were questions on Euclid Avenue reconstruction, the crossing guard at Avondale and Redman, sidewalks on Homestead and Grove Street completion. In response to a question about the library the commissioners hope to have the library reopened by the end of May.

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