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Landscape Material Delivery Services for 2021 Schedule your delivery by calling 973-285-8389 To learn more, visit www.mcmua.com View the flyer here: landscape material delivery service
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The 2021 Season is Open!   Sign up now to reserve your spot: https://register.communitypass.net/MtArlingtonBorough or fill out the form here. Any questions, please call or email Christina Chismar at (973)-234-5080 or cchismar@mtarlingtonboro.com Garden Flyer
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A Message from the Lake Hopatcong Commission: As the autumn leaves fall, the Lake Hopatcong Commission offers the following reminders to homeowners within the watershed on how to properly dispose of leaves and vegetative waste. Leaves should never be blown or raked directly into Lake Hopatcong. Although some may think it is silly to worry...
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Listed below are the municipal stormwater ordinances.
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Join us Saturday, April 13, at 1pm for the Grand Opening of our Community Garden. Located on Sandra Drive. Registration for plots will be accepted at the Ribbon Cutting. For more information, visit our website, mountarlingtonnj.org Questions, please contact Christina Chismar, (973)234-5080 or email cchismar@mtarlingtonboro.com. Borough of Mount Arlington Community Garden Application 2019 Season Download...
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The 2019 Youth Community Clean Up will be held on Sunday, April 7th in celebration of Earth Day!
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ANDERSEN FARM MARKET NOW OPEN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AVAILABLE EVERY SATURDAY  FROM 9 AM UNTIL 2 PM IN THE ELKS LODGE PARKING LOT  LOCATED AT 201 HOWARD BLVD.
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Mount Arlington is a Sustainable Jersey certified community–one of only 200 in the state.  Mount Arlington achieved Sustainable Jersey certification at the Bronze level.  Certified towns are an outstanding group of municipalities that are making important contributions toward the long-term goal of a sustainable New Jersey and world. To become Sustainable Jersey certified, Mount Arlington...
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Lake Musconetcong is a lake in Netcong that is fed from Lake Hopatcong. For several years it has been taken over by water chestnut and the DEP has been trying to find a solution. These water chestnuts grow out of control very quickly and are a threat to several types of endangered plants that grow...
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Tip #1: Get Growing Whether you have a patio, a backyard, or an acreage, there are many things you can grow on your own property. It will teach you how to take care of the soil and enjoy the fruits of your hard labor. Tip #2: Look for the Zero in the Middle Most fertilizers...
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