Monday, September 17, 2018


Did you know that as a resident of Lindenwold, New Jersey, you're eligible to open an account at South Jersey Federal Credit Union​? 

Having a credit union account opens up a world of financial freedom and educational opportunities not offered by traditional banks. 

South Jersey Federal Credit UnionStudents, for example, are able to open savings accounts with a $25.00 minimum and access the same benefits as members who have checking accounts. This allows them the possibility of helping pay for their education or apply for mortgages in the future. 

All of these benefits and more are especially pertinent to African American and Latino residents, who make up the vast majority of underbanked and unbanked citizens (according to the 2015 FDIC National Survey of Unbanked and Underbanked Households). 

Residents of the Borough of Lindenwold, who would like to join the South Jersey Federal Credit Union (SJFCU), please check out their website: or stop by one of their 9 branches to see if you are eligible for membership in SJFCU!

To make paying Borough bills easier, SJFCU has also installed an ATM machine within Borough Hall. No fees for account holders.

Thursday, August 30, 2018


As our students return to school, we want to share with you a brewing opportunity for them and Lindenwold. This summer the folks at met with PATCO General Manager, John Rink, who offered to help promote our town by showcasing Lindenwold on the newly installed TV monitors within the Head House and up on the loading platforms of our Lindenwold station.

We feel that a natural fit for those monitors is our cable channel 192, produced by our local high school students. We've secured approval from PATCO and the Lindenwold Board of Education expressed approval as well as the content is already on TV, part of the public domain.

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This is a tremendous opportunity for Lindenwold students to gain valuable portfolio fodder and an equally important opportunity to promote a positive Lindenwold within our most trafficked Borough resource - our PATCO station. All we're waiting on now is for Mayor Roach to "Turn on the Pride!"

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What's more is that PATCO has also offered resources to place a kiosk within the station to house Borough information (event calendars, bike maps, newsletters, etc) that will further promote Lindenwold to the thousands of the travelers who use PATCO everyday. Please share your enthusiasm for these opportunities with your Mayor by calling or sending him an email. And don't forget to thank John Rink of PATCO and congratulate our high school students!! We see this as a springboard to a greater sense of community and a means to Build a Better Borough! Thank you and keep your eyes on those monitors! Mayor Richard Roach: 856.783.2121 ext. 236 or PATCO General Mgr, John Rink: LHS Channel 192 Teacher, Bill Flickinger:

Saturday, May 19, 2018


"A strong citizen, simply put, is someone who cares. They care about their community, their neighbors, and the place they call home...When strong citizens work collaboratively, it can turn a neighborhood full of disjointed families into a thriving community.
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An arts festival organized by strong citizens in Akron, Ohio gets families out playing games, listening to music, eating local food and enjoying art in the community. (Source: Jeffrey Klaum via Akronstock)

Sunday, April 8, 2018


We can't thank you all enough for the valuable feedback and warm wishes. In addition to the steps outlined in our last post, we encourage taxpayers and residents to continue the conversation. Knowledge is power. Here are a few more tools to 'Get in the know.' (all recommendations are FREE)

Tuesday, October 17, 2017


"What can I do to help," is one of our most often asked questions. Here's a list of six free ways you can help improve Lindenwold:
  • Attend Public Mayor Meetings: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays @ 7 PM, Borough Hall,15 N. White Horse Pike. Your attendance communicates that you care about Lindenwold. If you can't make it, consider leaving your Mayor, Richard Roach, a message at 856.783.2121 x 236.
  • Write a Letter:   Click here to learn about how an hour of your time can positively impact your community.
  • Litter: Consider picking litter up rather than passing it by. Dog owners please pick up after your pet. We are all a reflection of our Lindenwold.
  • Streetlights: Find and report at least one non-working streetlight.
  • Lend a hand to those around you, especially senior citizens, who may be struggling to mow their lawns or get leaves to the curb.
  • Share your enthusiasm for a Better Borough with your friends, family and neighbors.

Monday, October 9, 2017


 ...of Lindenwold's Streetlights back on since we started!!

Studies report that one of the cheapest and easiest ways to reduce crime is to add light. Consider adding 'dusk til dawn' motion lights to the outside of your property. A few studies have even found that the color of public street lights can affect suicide rates.

Help reduce Borough crime; report non-working streetlights by calling Atlantic City Electric at 1-800-642-3780.

Or on your smartphone by clicking "outages" in the Atlantic City Electric App. Click here for Android and here for iPhone. 

A huge thank you to all residents and readers who are helping the cause!

Even the smallest actions are steps in the right direction!

Saturday, September 23, 2017


Loving the job the Borough is doing to maintain our namesake Park. Many families and fisherman have been enjoying beautiful views and the tidy appearance. Thank you and keep up the good work!! 
Full Moon Linden Lake Park August 2017. (click to enlarge)