UPPER PITTSGROVE TOWNSHIP
431 Route 77, Pole Tavern Circle, Elmer NJ 08318
MAYOR Jack R. Cimprich
William Gantz Jr. William N. Brooks, JR.
Edward J. Meschi William L. Volkmar
CLERK/REGISTRAR Alan W. Newkirk
DEPUTY CLERK Linda S. Buzby
TAX ASSESSOR Edwin F. Kay
TAX COLLECTOR Susan DeFrancesco
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Robert Best
AUDITOR Nick Petroni
ENGINEER J. Michael Fralinger
PILESGROVE JOINT MUNICIPAL COURT
COURT ADMINISTRATOR Maureen Belum
JUDGE David E. Krell
Daretown: Michael Blum Monroeville: William Marlin
CONSTRUCTION CODE OFFICIAL State of New Jersey
ZONING OFFICER L. Andrew Hoglen
BOARD OF HEALTH William L.Volkmar
SALEM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
DOG REGISTRAR Linda S. Buzby
SOLICITOR William C. Horner
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR John S. Heritage
PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT James Hackett
ANIMAL CONTROL Edmund Shimp, Jr.
TOWNSHIP HISTORIAN S. Jay Williams
Township Committee meets 2nd Tuesday monthly 7:00 pm, Township Hall, Pole Tavern
LAND USE BOARD ADMINISTRATOR Linda S. Buzby
Upper Pittsgrove Township Municipal Building Cannon
Napoleon captured this 800-pound cannon, marked with an Italian inscription of 1800. It was in the custody of the French army during the campaign in Spain, then was captured by the British and sent to America with Wellington’s veterans in 1812. The American army captured it at Plattsburg, NY. Later it was purchased by Major Judah Foster of Salem County for use in training at Pole Tavern. In 1889, it was moved to the New Jersey State Arsenal in Trenton and later returned to Pole Tavern in 1913. When driving around Pole Tavern circle on Route 40, look for the cannon on display in its new home.
Boy Scouts Daretown Troop 60, Fox's Mill Rd., Elmer, NJ 08318. Telephone
Elmer Grange, Pole Tavern Circle, Rts. 40/77, 535 Daretown Road, Elmer, NJ 08318. Telephone .
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