To Lower Alloways Creek Township, Salem County, NJ a Bronze Certified Sustainable NJ Community
Lower Alloways Creek Township (aka LAC Township) in Salem County, New Jersey has a total area of 72.6 square miles of which more than a third of the area is water. Since a great portion of the township is marsh and wetlands it is environmentally important as a habitat for migratory birds. There are platforms built on Alloways Creek for birders to enjoy. The township also is home to several important historical sites that are listed in the National Registry of Historic Places.
The Alloways Creek Friends Meeting House was built in 1756, the giant buttonwood trees were planted in 1812. The meeting house is in pristine condition with the original interior architecture unchanged having saddle doors, balconies and panels that separated the men and women. The yellow pine woodwork has never been painted, the benches are original with homespun linen pads. The windows still have the original glass made from the Wistarburg glass factory.
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DOG / CAT LICENSE LATE FEES BEGIN MAY 1st, 2013
Third District Legislators Mobile Office visits LAC on Wednesday May 29, 2013 4 - 6 pm
Come visit and discuss with your legislative representatives, your concerns or question regarding State issues
Get information on State programs; at the LAC Municipal Building Courtroom