Millville

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Millville P&Z has some tough questions for developer

Date Posted: Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

Coastal Point 6/13/14 article regarding Millville’s Planning & Zoning (P&Z) Board examining Millville by the Sea’s (MBS) use easements on June 9, 2014: “Millville P&Z has some tough questions for developer.”



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Anticipated Construction Schedule

Date Posted: Monday, June 16th, 2014

Below is an outline of the anticipated construction schedule and associated lane closures for work on the SR 26 Widening Project during the next two weeks. Monday June 16, 2014 – Friday June 20, 2014: Continue reconstruction of the Central Avenue/SR 26 intersection.  Motorists should anticipate eastbound or westbound lane closures on SR 26 between West Avenue and Woodland Ave with traffic alternating through the work zone utilizing a flagging operation between 07:00PM and 6:00AM as well as lane closures on Central Avenue at SR 26 with traffic alternating through the intersection utilizing a flagging operation by law enforcement and construction personnel between 07:00PM and 6:00AM. Continue reconstruction of the Old Mill Road/SR 26 intersection.  Motorists should anticipate   lane closures at Old Mill Road and SR 26 with traffic alternating through the intersection utilizing a flagging operation by law enforcement and construction personnel between 07:00PM and 6:00AM. Continue work on […]



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Millville Farmer’s Market CANCELLED for Remainder of Season

Date Posted: Thursday, June 12th, 2014

Due to low attendance and sales, the Millville Farmer’s Market will be CLOSING early this year. Today, Thursday, August 27, 2015, will be the market’s last day of operation for the year. We would like to thank the community and vendors for their patronage, business and participation. Have a great rest of the summer!



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The History of Millville

Date Posted: Thursday, June 5th, 2014

What record does exist suggests the community came together very slowly over time. Although Millville didn’t formally organize until early in the 20th century, quite a few local families can probably trace their ancestries hundreds of years earlier. Gordon Wood Sr., who grew up in Millville, traced dozens of local genealogies in preparing his “Letters to the Little Ones” family history. And in doing so, he made this observation: many of the names appearing in the 1780 Census for the Baltimore Hundred were still in local evidence years after the town’s establishment. Among the 30 students of Wood’s graduating class of 1953 from Lord Baltimore School, fully 25 students still bore surnames mentioned in 1780, or their mothers did, he pointed out.



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