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Wenonah Lake Opens for the 2016 Season!

Wenonah Lake will be open on Weekends starting on Saturday, May 28th (Memorial Day Weekend) and open full time starting Saturday, June 18th.  Please click below for detailed information for Wenonah Lake information for the 2016 season.

Wenonah Lake General Information 2016 Season

Wenonah Lake Registration Form

Facility/Property Use Agreement

Maple Street Detour

To all interested parties:  Maple Street, from Jefferson Avenue to Woodbury-Glassboro Road, in the Borough of Wenonah, will be detoured for the purposes of accommodating the Borough’s impending roadway re-construction project, i.e. 2015 Borough of Wenonah Road Program. 

The project, and the associated detour, is scheduled to begin on June 1st and extend until the end of June.  The Contractor will be posting detour signs in advance of the closure and has been instructed to notify both the Wenonah and Deptford Township Police Departments at least 48 hours in advance of the closure. 

During the detour, provisions will be made to allow access for local residents and emergency vehicles.  All other vehicles are to adhere to the detour.

Councilman John F. Howard

It is with great sadness to report that Councilman John F. Howard passed away on Monday, April 25, 2016.  Councilman Howard honorably served the people of Wenonah since 2007.  He deeply cared for our Borough and worked with all of us to ensure that Wenonah would always have a bright tomorrow.  His intelligence, wit, and insightfulness will be deeply missed by all but never forgotten.  Councilman Howard has forever left his indelible mark on Wenonah, and for that, we are thankful.  Rest in peace my friend. 

John R. Dominy, Mayor

 

http://www.smithfhmantua.com/book-of-memories/2482688/Howard-John/obituary.php

 

2016 Second Quarter Taxes Due May 1st

2016 Second  Quarter Taxes are due on Sunday, May 1st.  The last day of grace period for Second Quarter Taxes will be Tuesday, May 10th.  Payments made after that date will be subject to interest from May 1st.  Payments are accepted by mail or in person during regular business hours.  You may also drop your payment in the drop box mail slot located on the front door of the Municipal Building.  Please click here for any other questions regarding property taxes.

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