David Waltz, Council President, opened the scheduled Work Session Meeting at 7:30 PM, in the Council Meeting Room, 212 Unity Terrace, Rutledge, PA.
After the salute to the flag, the following Council Members answered roll call:, Marlaina Kloepfer, David Waltz, Tom Kopp, James Jones, Marie Govannicci, Daniel Werner
Also present: Mayor Kevin Cunningham, Robert Hunt, Jr., Esq.
David Waltz, Council President, opened the scheduled Borough Council Meeting at 7:30 PM, in the Council Meeting Room, 212 Unity Terrace, Rutledge, PA.
After the salute to the flag, the following Council members answered roll call: Marlaina Kloepfer, David Waltz, James Jones, Marie Govannicci, Tom Kopp
Also present: Mayor Kevin Cunningham, Police Chief Brian Craig, Robert Hunt, [...]
[ April 13, 2014; 1:30 pm to 2:00 pm. ] Join your fellow neighbors and the Easter Bunny for the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Triangle Park. The eggs go quickly so don’t be late.
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Rutledge is a borough of 860 residents located in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, about nine miles southwest of Philadelphia. The borough, which was founded in 1885, occupies an area of one square mile and has a fire department, a park and a stately old borough hall. Many of the homes in the tree-lined community date to the late 1800s and the lovely grounds of the Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College are nearby. SEPTA’s Regional Rail Media/Elwyn train line serves the borough with a stop at the Morton-Rutledge Station. Rutledge is part of the Wallingford-Swarthmore School District.
The Rutledge, PA website is maintained by a group of community volunteers who can be reached at WebRuts@googlegroups.com.