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Recycling program running

Thursday, June 27, 2013 by ROBERT PANDOLFO Special to The Press in Local News

Moore Township's waste recycling program is up and running at 2491 Community Drive.

Residents can drop off leaves (either loose or in brown paper bio-degradable bags only), brush, such as Christmas trees or natural and untreated wood, yard waste, such as hedge trimmings and garden or flower plant residue. Sod, grass, dirt, or plastic is not accepted.

Township residents can also pick up free mulch and compost for their flower beds and gardens. Proof of residency is required.

The recycling and compost program is only available to township residents.

The site is under surveillance. First time violators will be subject to a minimum fine of $250. Repeat offenders will be fined $400 to $600. The program is for non-commercial use.

The Moore Township Police Association will holds its annual Golf Tournament on July 20 at the Whitetail Golf Course with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. The fee includes green fees, cart, range balls and food and beverages.

Checks are payable to Moore Township Police Association. Mail checks to: Todd Pysher, C/O Moore Township Police Association, 2491 Community Dr., Bath, 18014.

The tournament is limited to 144 players in teams of four.

If you have any questions or would like to sign up, contact Todd Pysher at 610-759-5077 Ext. 227 or email tpysher@mooretwppolice.com.