Beautification

The mission of the Borough of Roseland Beautification Committee is to enhance the overall visual appearance of our community and the quality of life in our Borough.
   
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Council Liaison - Michele Tolli
 
Responsibilities: This Committee shall act in an advisory capacity to the Mayor and Borough Council on matters and means to promote, encourage and recognize efforts and investments to beautify the visual and architectural image of the Borough and community. This Committee meets on a quarterly basis.

About Beautification Committee: Entirely a volunteer effort, the Borough of Roseland Beautification Committee consists of individual volunteers that adopt and maintain planting beds such as corner planting beds (known as "knuckles"), containers and flower boxes.  They also clean, deadhead, weed and prune their areas during the growing season.
 
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Roseland Jr. Woman’s Club placed blue and silver pinwheels in barrel planters along Eagle Rock Ave. in Roseland to bring awareness to end child abuse. The “Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign” is sponsored by Prevent Child Abuse-NJ(PCA-NJ. Pictured holding pinwheels is Michele Tolli, Roseland Borough Councilwoman and Roseland Jr. Woman’s Club President. Councilwoman Tolli read a proclamation at the borough council meeting for April.
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