As a reminder, Hartford Road will be closed to all but local traffic for repaving beginning on Monday July 17th. The road will be closed between Taunton Road and Old Marlton Pike each day from 7am until 4pm. for approximately 2 weeks. Detours will be in place.
Please expect heavy traffic and delays especially during the morning rush. Plan accordingly and seek alternate route if possible.
The Hartford Road paving project originally scheduled to begin on July 5th has been postponed. The project will now begin on or about Monday, July 17th and will last approximately 2 weeks.
The road will be closed to all but local traffic each day between 7:00 am and 4:00 pm. Previously announced detours will be in place.
Please plan accordingly as there will be increased traffic throughout the area.
Due to the Independence Day holiday, Municipal Offices will be closed on both Monday, July 3rd & Tuesday, July 4th. This includes the DPW Yard/Dump on Commonwealth Drive. (The Yard will be open on both Saturday, July 8th & July 15th in the morning)
Trash collection will take place one day later than usual. The schedule will be modified as follows:
Monday, July 3rd – regular Monday collection
Tuesday, July 4th – Holiday, NO collections
Wednesday, July 5th – Tuesday collection route
Thursday, July 6th – Wednesday collection route
Friday, July 7th – Thursday collection route
Saturday, July 8th – Friday collection route
Recycling collection is not affected–the next collection date is July 11th.
Please call the Department of Neighborhood Services at 609-654-6791 with any questions about trash collection.
Hartford Road will be closed except to local traffic from 7am to 4pm weekdays for two weeks starting on Wednesday, July 5. The detour route will be Himmelein Road, Route 541/Stokes Road and Old Marlton Pike/Union Street. Please expect delays.
Skeet Road will be closed starting Monday, June 26th for road paving. Detours will be posted an in effect during construction.
Centennial Avenue will be closed on or about Wednesday, June 21st to through traffic between Hopewell Road and Centennial Dam Road. This portion of Centennial Avenue will be closed for bridge repairs by the County. It is scheduled to reopen on or about June 30th. A detour will be posted by the County utilizing Hopewell Road to Breakneck Road to Hinchman Road to Centennial Dam Road; which is approximately 1.5 miles long.
The Hartford Road re-paving is scheduled to start on Wednesday, July 5th. Please expect delays and detours.
Several previously announced neighborhood roads are also scheduled to be paved this summer.
Residents are encouraged to sign up for Police NIXLE text messages and/or emails for more detailed information on road closures and detours. (www.NIXLE.com )
We appreciate your patience as the Township and County make improvements to our roads and bridges.
Brush Collection Update, 6/12/17:
The Spring Brush Collection Program for all Zones has been completed. No additional collections are scheduled until the Summer/Fall Collection. Residents who have brush, branches, or limbs to dispose of may bring them to the DPW yard located at 2 Commonwealth Drive any Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm, or every third Saturday from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm; excluding holidays. Additional Saturday hours are posted on the Department website at www.medfordtownship.com/neighborhoodservices .
The Fall Collection Schedule is as follows:
Zone 1: Weeks of August 14 and August 21
Zone 3: Weeks of August 28 and September 4
Zone 5: Weeks of September 11 and September 18
Zone 4: Weeks of September 25 and October 2
Zone 2: Weeks of October 9 and October 16
MEDFORD COMMONS ASSOCIATION, INC
JUNE 12, 2017
7 PM MEYERS BUILDING
A. Approval of May 8, 2017 Minutes
1. Expenses to date
2. Dues Update (Lien re Woodmont Property?)
1. Follow up on home inspection items
2. Board ratification of comm.approvals:
a) Donna Esherman, 3 Farmingon, Replace awning windows with double hung of the same size and color
b) Paul Watson 1 Farmington Replace existing windows with six over six double-hung white vinyl windows.
c) Olivia Di Rico 1 Longhill Add a step from sunroom to outside. Existing step does not line up with new sliders
3. 1 Farmington response (letter mailed to each board member)
1. Bridge Inspection
2. Preliminary 2018 budget proposals outside of recurring costs
3. Other (Tree items for 2018)
4. Resident proposal for turtle sign (action required)
D. Lakes-Fountain installation progress
MEDFORD COMMONS ASSOCIATION, INC
MAY 9, 2017
7 P.M. MEYERS BUILDING
A. Lawyer Interview
B. Approval of April 10, 2017 Minutes
C. Approval of Treasurer’s Report
D. Environmental Committee
1. Seeding Issues
2. Weed Control Update
1. Home Inspection Update
2. Subsequent Action re 1 Farmington
3. Approval of New Procedures for Resident Change Requests
4. Sign Work at Himmelein
5. Member for Committee
1. Pond 3 (Fountain Progress and Treatment)
This spring, Medford Township will be repaving Waterbury Court and Nantucket Court. This road work will be coordinated by the Neighborhood Services Department. Accommodations will be made for residents to access their properties during construction. However, temporary restrictions, closures, or delays should be expected. Consider making alternative parking arrangements if your road is to be resurfaced in order to avoid delays in entering and exiting your court.
Specific concerns or questions should be addressed to Neighborhood Services at 609-654-6791 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the complete list of repaving for 2017.
PHASE I (Spring)
-Hartford Road from Himmelein Road to Old Marlton Pike
PHASE II (Fall)
-Jackson Road from Stokes Road to Tavistock Drive
-Old Marlton Pike from Muirfield Court to Jones Road
-Turtle Creek Drive
-Medford Mews Drive
-Woodthrush Trail East and West
-Indian Spring Lane
-Pin Oak Court
-Iron Rock Lane cul de sac
-Sunny Jim Drive from Schoolhouse Drive to Indian Spring Lane
-Pine Valley Drive
-Normandy Drive and Court
Recently the Medford Commons Board expressed displeasure with the quality of the snow plowing this winter. This was the response we were given.
“Thank you for your reply. I apologize that their performance was not satisfactory. My understanding from the language in the contract is that the contractor is only responsible for plowing the roadways and cart ways within each court. The contractor is not responsible for clearing the parking areas. I am not sure if the previous contractor did more than what they were responsible for in the past or not.
I will however speak with the contractor before the next snowfall to make sure they understand their responsibility under the contract and perform accordingly.”