Friday, June 14, 2019
Thursday, June 13, 2019
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Just a reminder to residents that you do not need to call in your branch pick up. The Public Works Department canvases the town and collects any branches that are out. This time of year, it takes an average of two to three weeks to canvas the entire town.
We are currently in the Avenues section of town after beginning the day in the Reeder Tract/Swamppoodle section of town. If you have any questions or concerns regarding branch collection, or would like to know what section of town we are in, please reach out to Meghan Jack at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, June 3, 2019
Friday, May 31, 2019
2019 Riverside School District
Alumnus of the Year Award
Louis J. Fisher, Jr.
Class of 1981
A 1981 graduate of Riverside High School, Lou Fisher was a member of the playoff-bound football team, as well as the wrestling and track teams, and the DECA Club that ran the school store. Following graduation, he went to work for his father in the commercial dry-cleaning and laundry business, first as a supervisor for the company that serviced the Atlantic City casinos. In 1985 he left to become a general manager of a family-owned dry-cleaning company, helping them grow from three to 13 locations in less than five years. In 1990 he started his own dry-cleaning business with no capital but the help of his retired father. In just two years Marathon Cleaners in Mt. Ephraim would employ over 75 and have annual sales over 2 million dollars. He also added locations in Riverside, Medford, Westmont, and Delran. Deciding on a career change, in 1998 he sold the last of his locations and joined the Riverside Police Department. While on patrol he focused predominantly on narcotics, DWI, and other criminal activity. He was awarded numerous citations, including M.A.D.D. recognition. Then-PTL Fisher was promoted to Detective in 2004 and then to Lieutenant in 2005. His current duties consist of detective services, gang intelligence, narcotics, grant writing, and administration. In 2007 Lieutenant Fisher was named Riverside Police Officer of the Year, and he received the Exceptional Duty Award for his work as an instructor at the Police Academy and for investigative accomplishments. Lieutenant Fisher has earned several commendations for exemplary performance relating to cases involving gangs, illegal drug distribution, weapon possession, and successful grant projects. In 2014 he was among the first to recognize the oncoming opioid epidemic. As founder and CEO of the nonprofit New Jersey Treatment Incentive Program (NJTIP), he has helped identify and direct addicted individuals who commit nonviolent offenses into long-term treatment in lieu of incarceration. Since the program’s inception, Lieutenant Fisher has helped hundreds get into treatment, thereby reducing theft-related crime by more than 80 per cent in Riverside. NJTIP is directly responsible for making Riverside one of the safest communities in Burlington County, as reported by the NJ State Police uniform crime report. He has also completed 22 marathons, including the Boston Marathon twice.
300 Whittaker Street - Board games, books, VCR tapes, household items, and much more.
42 Webster Street - Books, tapes, 33lp records, audio items, clothing, household items, yard items, crochet/knitting yarn and much more.
630 Kossuth Street - Various household items.
516 Monroe Street - Various household items.
243 Progress Street - Household goods, clothes and some furniture.
225 Sylvan Street - Various household items.
103 & 105 4th Street - Household items, Toy box, trains, vanity, and more.
201 Delaware Avenue - A variety of gift shop items.
503 Arndt Avenue - Kitchen, baby, mancave, and other misc. items.
518 Bridgeboro Street - Household items
645 Bridgeboro Street - Baby items, toys, home decor and tools.
700 Delaware Avenue - Household goods, DVD’s, plus size clothes, some vintage items, holiday, and much more.
37 Polk Street - Clothing, Old board games, tools, and electronics.
303 Kossuth Street - Craft materials, clothing, kids toys, homemade wax melts, and miscellaneous items.
701 Delaware Avenue – Wool rugs, small appliances, furniture, tools, and new towels and linens.
521 Harrison Street - Furniture, newer gas dryer, bikes, miscellaneous household items.
715 Taylor Street - Appliances, household items, and CD's.
324 Bridgeboro Street (St. Stephen's Episcopal Church) - Household items, kitchen items, and knick knacks.
317 Heulings Avenue - Christmas and various interior decor, collectables, and a few furniture pieces.
313 Taylor Street - Antique and vintage items, toys, bikes, games, guitars, tools and much more.
125 N. Fairview Street - Dishes, pots, throw pillows, catering pans, chafing dishes, 3 pan buffet server and other household items.
740 Arndt Avenue – Preteen girls clothes, some women, and men's clothes, tools, toys, and home goods.
6 Grant Street - Clothing, some household goods, lots of jewelry, and homemade soaps.
423 Dauphin Street - Shoes and sandals mostly women’s size 6 1/2 and some 7. Women’s XS clothing. Shirts, blouses, sweatshirts and pants size 2, 4 and 6. Computer desk, baskets, and miscellaneous household decorations and items.
610 West Washington Street - Miscellaneous household items, jewelry, stuffed animals, books, chair, picture frames, massage chair, and more.
422 Dauphin Street – Yard items, household items, jewelry, and army trunk.
132 Lippincott Avenue – Tools, clothes, helmets, books, bikes, and bike parts.