The Millstone Times February 2019

East Windsor Township EastWindsorTownshipLaunches Nixle : EastWindsorTownshipLaunchesNixleCommunications System, implemented by Mayor and Council, to enable immediate text messages to registered cell phones and email addresses, to alert residents and businesses about safety and health subjects of concern, such as severe weather conditions, traffic disruption alerts, road closures, flooding conditions, power outages and important public health notices, as well as other significant community updates and important announcements. The Nixle communications tool will assist the Township in notifying large numbers of people in real time concerning conditions or issues affecting safety and travel issues. Residents are encouraged to register for the notifications by texting "08520" to the number 888-777 from their cell phone. Regardless of your zip code, you must register under the zip code 08520 to receive East Windsor related Nixle alerts. East Windsor Twp 2019 New Year's Food Drive Continues : Mayor Janice S. Mironov and Council Members are asking area residents and businesses to drop off donated non-perishable food items at the East Windsor Municipal Building (16 Lanning Boulevard) during business hours, the East Windsor Police/Court Building (80 One Mile Road) 24/7, or at the East Windsor Volunteer Fire Company No. 2 (69 Twin Rivers Drive). The food drive will benefit the food pantries of RISE and St. Anthony's Church, area-based organizations that provide assistance to local individuals and families.

East Windsor Clean Communities Committee Holds 2018 Adopt-A-Spot Wrap Up Event to Rec- ognize and Thank Program Participants. Under this program, participating groups "adopt" a public property and keep it clean during the year. A placard is erected on the site indicating that it has been "adopted by" with the name of the group. The groups are expected to perform clean-up 3 times a month from April 1 through November 1. Adopt-A-Spot is a great program in not only ensuring public areas of our community are well-maintained, but also has been a wonderful educational tool for teacahing young people social responsibility and community pride. To participate, interested groups should send a letter to East Windsor Clean Communi- ties, ATTN: Mayor Janice S. Mironov, 16 Lanning Boulevard, East Windsor, NJ 08520. Congratulations to the 2018 Adopt-A-Spot Participants: Beth El Synagogue; Boy Scout Troop 59; Boy Scout Troop 5700; Brownie Troop 70365; Cub Scout Pack 53; Girl Scout Cadette Troop 72350; Girl Scout Troop 70105; Girl Scout Troops 70228, 70106, and 71905; Daisy Troop 72702; Girl Scout Troop 71331; East Windsor Police Athletic League; St. David's Episcopal Church; Wells Fargo Bank, and the Casciano Family! Girl Scout Troop 71905 and Troop 70228. Pictured (from left to right) are: (back row) Adriana Cepeda; Gabriella Herman; Kayla Horana; May- or Janice S. Mironov; John Donnelly, Chairperson, Clean Communities Committee; Nastasia Gayle; Sofianna Klatskin; (front row) Isabella Bebawi; Eliana Winters; Lily Ipe; Alyssa Horana, and Mallory Bertrand. Girl Scout Troop 71331 . Pictured (from left to right) are: (back row) Allison Sharpe; Diana Murtaugh; Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Cayla Mutchnick; Siri Heinrichs, Troop Leader; Meghan Sharpe; Elin Heinrichs; (front row) Meredith Hoeflinger; Madelyn Miester, and Alina Caylo.

East Windsor Township and the NJ League of Municipalities Offer Scholarship Opportunities to Junior and Senior High School Students. Three $1,000 scholarships are being offered through the Louis Bay 2nd Future Municipal Leaders Scholarship Competition. This statewide scholarship competition centers on the theme "What My Municipal Government Does Best" and seeks to advance the virtues of elected and volunteer members of the community, while raising awareness of municipal government in general. An appointed committee will select a semi-finalist and forward the semi-finalist's entry to the scholarship committee of the New Jersey League of Municipalities for their consideration. The State League Scholarship Committee will select 15 finalists and 3 winners from the State. A full application package can be obtained from the Municipal Clerk's office at the municipal building (16 Lanning Boulevard) or by calling (609) 443-4000, ext. 238. All entries should be returned to the East Windsor Mayor's Office by Monday, March 11.

Mayor Janice Mironov swears in the East Windsor Rescue Squad, District 1 officers for 2019. Pictured (from left to right) are: Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Robert Manlio, Chief; Benjamin Goldfarb, Lieutenant; Scott Prykanowski, Captain; Bruce Stein, Treasurer; Lisa Painter, Vice President; Kira Behen, President; Sara Webb, Secretary; Sammie Petersack, Trustee; Brandon Mastropasqua, Trustee; Rachael Peters, Trustee; Charlie Eosso, Trustee, and Ana Covic, Chaplain., visit or call (609) 278-8086.

East Windsor Police Athletic League. Pictured (from left to right) are: (back row) Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Erik LemMon; Tim Byrne, EWPAL Presi- dent; (front row) Nathan LemMon; George LemMon; James Hamnett, and Katelyn Hamnett.


The Millstone Times

February 2019

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