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Beachwood's essence, its spirit, has always been that of a family-friendly neighborhood where overall safety, well-being, and quality of life are deeply valued.
Maintaining Beachwood's community spirit is vital as new residents join us, as our children grow into adults, and as long time residents enter their golden years.
The stickers warn buyers that it is illegal to provide alcohol to minors and that they can be fined.
Shop Rite's registered dietician, Kaitlin Dolan, joined the walkers and she was available for any questions.
Special thanks to Will Patel, store owner, Mayor Roma, Chief Tapp, Officer O'Connor & the DART Coalition for partnering with the Alliance in the fight against underage drinking.
Youth placed warning stickers on multi-packs of beer, wine coolers, and other alcohol beverages.
Miss Kobus is working towards the Silver Award through a series of programs that focus on the 350th Anniversary of New Jersey which takes place this year. Each Girl Scout read from a cue card to educate the public and the Governing Body on the importance of keeping the storm drains clean of pollution and debris. The Pine Beach Elementary School Beachwood Art Students had their art work on display at the County Library back in March. Mayor Roma presenting a Certificate of Appreciation to the Living Word Baptist Church Pastor Sue Royale and the Vacation Bible School Children who collected 5.00 in loose change at their summer VBS for Sandy Relief purposes and generously donated the money to the Borough of Beachwood to replace the damaged flags from Super Storm Sandy at the 2/19/14 Council Meeting.
Mayor Roma and Council President Komsa presented recognition certificates to Girl Scout Troop 115. Pictured here, they’re being recognized by Mayor and Council for their outstanding artistic achievement. On April 2, 2014, Recreation Chair Ron Mc Nabb presented Mr. At the April 3, 2013 meeting of Mayor and Council the official change of Command took place with retiring Chief William Cairns stepping down and the naming of Robert Tapp as the new Chief of the Beachwood Police Department.