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New London Gets Lit!

The parking lot on East Federal Street across from the train now sports some bright new lights, making the parking lot more secure for all.  The  new lights shine beneath trendy black gooseneck shades reflecting the  historical vibe of the New London Neighborhood. 


A Clean Sweep!

New London Neighbors grabbed their rakes, brooms, and shovels and cleaned up Locust Ave from the train station to the Middle School and Kennedy Park while forging friendships. Want to organize a clean up on your New London Neighborhood Street?  Contact us! 


A New London
Sculpture Garden

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Neighborhood Facelifts Expertly Done.

Habitat for Humanity has been hard at work for two years improving the New London houses we live in - at no cost to the homeowner!  Through the NJ NPP grant, Habitat and a crew of volunteers put up shutters, paint, fix porches, replace gutters, tend to landscaping and debris removal, repair damaged siding and much much more! Interested? 

Call Laura Van Boven (856) 441-2707 


Neighborhood Yard Sale Day

A neighborhood is all about the people working together to make their piece of the world the best place it can be to live and play.  And work and play the neighbors of Locust Ave did by holding a block long yard sale in June.  Closets, basements and attics were cleaned out and whatever didn't sell was donated to The Vietnam Vets.  The NPP grant offset costs of tables and promotion.  We can help you organize a yard sale on your New London block, too.  Contact: 


The Burlington
Farmer's Market

Eating healthy, organic, farm grown produce is key to good health.  And we can get the freshest fruits and veggies grown in our region right in our town every Wednesday from 4-7pm at the Burlington Farmer's Market at The Anchor on the water!  

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