All posts by Kathleen Carroll

Herbert Souder

At the April 1, 2019 Council Meeting, Mayor and Council were excited to honor long time resident Herbert Souder with a Proclamation recognizing his 100th birthday, along with a Key to the Borough.  Mr. Souder was also presented with a vest from the Rolling Badges making him an Honorary Club President.   Mr. Souder also received an invitation from the Philadelphia Phillies to attend an upcoming game where they will acknowledge his birthday and service to his country (World War II and the Korean War), along with other Military Veterans.  Happy Birthday Mr. Souder!

YOUTH IN GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES

Congratulations to the following 6th grade Parkview students  who were selected by their peers, in an election held at the school, for Municipal and Professional positions.  As a result of their election win, the students will conduct the May 6th Council Meeting.

Mayor…………………………………………….Seyam Boksh

Council Member……………………………….. Aidan Clayton

Council Member……………………………. Caroline Bradley

Council Member……………………………….. Shaelie Young

Council Member……………………………… Andres Medina

Council Member…………………………………. Lisha Molina

Council Member……………………………… Ariana Hackley

Borough Administrator……………………… Joselyn Colon

Borough Clerk…………………………………. Andrew Archer

Chief of Police……………………………. Emmalin Lawrence

Chief Financial Office…………………………… Lucy Bicking

Superintendent of Public Works……………… Cali Domico

Tax Collector…………………………………….. Lindsey Baxter

Housing-Code Enforce.-Zoning………… Theodore Jenkins

Municipal Judge………………………………….. Kalise Miller

Court Administrator…………………………… Lesli Calderon

Prosecutor……………………………………….. Abigail Haines

Public Defender………………………………….. Loralei Mayer

Solicitor……………………………………….. Honesty Sampson

Fire Chief……………………………………………. William Hyatt

Fire Marshall……………………………………….. Daniel Leone

Tail Twister………………………………………… Gavin Kinsella

Lions Club President………………………….. Daniela Olmeda

 

Public Works Notices

  • Collection of Vegetation and branches will begin April 29th
  • Grass clippings go in with your trash – not with Vegetation
  • Please make sure all recycling is free from trash and recyclable items rinsed, if need be
  • Fire Hydrant flushing will begin Tuesday, April 23 to Friday, April 26 during the day.  Residents may experience some discoloration in the water.
  • Please do not dump grease down drains or flush paper towels and wipes in your toilet.   (The Borough has been experiencing sewer blockage as a result of these products be flushed.)

Thank you for your cooperation

Earth Day Clean Up

The Environmental Commission is looking for volunteers to help with an Earth Day clean up project that will help them earn a $500 grant.   The clean up project will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2019 (rain date May 4th) from 9 a.m. to noon  in South Harrison Township.  Transportation is available.  For details on the project, call Joyce at 856-456-2308.

Spring Soccer in Westville

2019 Spring registrations are being accepted for the Gateway United/East Coast Premier Soccer organization for the following Divisions:

Squirt – Ages 4-5, players born 2014, 2015
Micro – Ages 6-7, players born 2012, 2013
(Birth certificate required for new players)

Fees:  1 player $35.00 / $15.00 each additional player

Registration Information:

Register In person at the Clubhouse (216 Chestnut Street)
– Saturday February 23 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
– Saturday, March 2  from 10:00 a.m. from 12:00 p.m.

Register On Line – Gateway United Soccer Club

For more information about the league, visit the web site or call 856-456-7557.

 

Voluntary Camera Registration

The Borough of Westville Police Department is implementing a voluntary business and residential camera registration project.  This project encourages the community to register their home or business surveillance cameras with the Police Department in an effect to easily locate a crime that may have been captured by one.

For more information on this project and to download the registration form, please visit the Police Department page in our web site.

Water Meter Project

Starting January 2019, Public Works employees will be installing remotes for the new water meter reading system.  All individuals on the installation team will have Borough issued photo ID’s and will be driving Borough vehicles.  If you have questions about this project, feel free to call the Public Works Department at 856-456-7785.