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The 19th Annual CRC Streams Cleanup will take place on Saturday, April 30, 2016.
CRC volunteers have removed over 600,000 pounds of trash. Be part of the solution by joining the Clean Streams Team this spring.
Details on cleanup sites and registration will be available in February on our website.
We will shortly be announcing some exciting…
Residents have most likely been hearing sirens all day and have been expecting Santa's annual fire truck visit. Sorry, this was a neighboring fire company.
RPFD's annual visit with Santa is always on Christmas Eve. For details see the event posted. This is always a favorite event for our members and really helps us all get into the holiday spirit, so we look forward to seeing everyone on Christmas Eve.
Congratulations to Ridley Park's new Police Chief Robert "Bobby" Frazier. Frazier's been a 20 year law enforcement veteran with service in Yeadon, and Ocean City, N.J. before coming to Ridley Park. Frazier booked-up at Lycoming College, tagged his master's from St. Joe's and learned the basics at Delaware County and the Cape May County's Police Academies.
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For the 16th time in a row Michael Capozzoli was reelected president of the Ridley School Board. His vice president, Beverly Kapanjie, was elected to her ninth term.
Capozzoli's been with the School Board 38 years and taught sixth grade at Leedom Elementary. Kapanjie is a retired business owner. The other recently reelected School Board members are Michael Capozzoli, Beverly Kapanjie, Christine McMenamin, George Dawson, and Harry McElwee.
Cynthia Cherkas stays the…
The Barnstormers are performing Barbara Robinson’s Christmas classic “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” This classic Christmas story of painfully misbehaved children and a couple struggling to put on a Christmas pageant and their hilarious confrontation with the Christmas story.
The cast includes several local families, youth and adults many of whom will be appearing for the first time on stage. …
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At this point, Ridley Park's preliminary budget shows no-tax-increase for 2016. No decision has been made yet on the trash and sewer fees, however Council voted at the November meeting to maintain the current real estate tax at 8.14 mills. For homeowners, this equates to $814 in tax for every $1,000 of assessed property value.