[ October 18, 2014; October 25, 2014; November 15, 2014; November 29, 2014; ] In an effort to reduce the amount of organic material we put out with our trash, we are offering a Borough-wide Leaf Swap program for residents to share their leaves with other residents interested in composting. Raked leaves can be put out on the curb anytime on the Saturday of the event, in either paper [...]Nature Walk and Craft Hosted by the Shade Tree Commission
[ October 25, 2014; 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. ] Join us for a Nature Walk at 10am, where we will be collecting leaves and seeds and identifying them as we go. Test your skills with our scavenger hunt! After our walk, we will return to Borough Hall for a snack and some crafting with our scavenged materials. All are welcome. Children must be accompanied [...]Rutledge Borough Work Session- September 22, 2014
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: David Waltz, Marlaina Kloepfer, Daniel Werner, Marie Govannicci, James Jones, Tom Kopp
Also present: Mayor Kevin Cunningham, Robert Hunt, Jr., Esq.
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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.
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