The Woodland Word....
Chatsworth, New Jersey ~ Capitol of the Pines
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BE SURE TO TAKE THE TIME AND LEAVE A MESSAGE IN THE GUESTBOOK...
"The more informed we are, the better decisions we make." Knowledge is POWER.
"VOTING ~ IT'S YOUR RIGHT"
Make certain to register to vote to exercise your right to vote and make your selection for your elected officials.
If you aren't happy with the current "politics as usual" ~ make your voice heard! Download your your application from the township website. www.woodlandtownship.org
SPEED LIMIT PLEASE PAY ATTENTION !!
As the Spring brings warmer weather we have more activity on our streets and more of our youngsters will be out and about. Please let's set an example on how we navigate our roads and keep our children safe.
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"The Picnic" JUST A REMINDER
Don't forget about the township picnic on September 19, 2015!! There will be all kinds of fun and food as well as just time to talk to good friends! Schedule to be there.
HOT DIGGITY DOG
As we all know Robyn is open which has caused a lot of pedestrian traffic. Please slow down and allow the pedestrians to cross. Remember ~ It is the Law...
While you are slowing down, remember to stop for one of the best HOT DOGS in all of New Jersey...
CRANBERRY FESTIVAL 2015
Get ready because the festival is on the horizon! Volunteers are needed and as this is a local legend and brings vendors from as far away as Michigan and Florida being a part of the fabric that makes up our little hamlet!
As a volunteer you gt a free sweatshirt and are fed the dining delicacies of the White Horse Inn Chef!! Parking close to the Inn is also available for any volunteer.
" Safety First!!"
Summertime brings fun and activity with ATV's and dirt bikes.
Our residents and children must abide by the rules of the road in order to avoid potential tragedies. ATV's & dirt bikes belong "off road" and children should be supervised at all times because if something happens with an ATV; there's often not a "do-over."
"Our Municipal Government"
If you've been to a recent township meeting you may have observed how the government process is not supposed to work.
According to protocol; the public portion of the meeting is for members of the public to voice their opinions. It's important for not only the public but our elected officials to follow the rules so the purpose of the meeting doesn't get "lost in translation."
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