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Vineland, New Jersey

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Vineland is a city in Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city had a total population of 60,724, reflecting an increase of 4,453 (+7.9%) from the 56,271 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 1,491 (+2.7%) from the 54,780 counted in the 1990 Census. The Census Bureau's Population Estimates Program calculated that the city's population was 59,439 in 2019, ranking the city the 636th-most-populous in the country. Vineland, Millville and Bridgeton are the three principal New Jersey cities of the Vineland–Millville–Bridgeton Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses those three cities and all of Cumberland County for statistical purposes and had a population of 156,898 as of the 2010 Census.

Vineland, New Jersey
City of Vineland
Downtown Vineland
Motto(s):
"A Harvest of Opportunities in the Heart of the Northeast"
Location within Cumberland County
Vineland
Location in Cumberland County
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Vineland
Location in New Jersey
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Vineland
Location in the United States
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Coordinates:39°27′54″N74°59′50″W /39.465007°N 74.997115°W /39.465007; -74.997115Coordinates: 39°27′54″N74°59′50″W /39.465007°N 74.997115°W /39.465007; -74.997115
CountryUnited States
StateNew Jersey
County Cumberland
IncorporatedFebruary 5, 1952
Government
• TypeFaulkner Act Mayor-Council
• BodyCity Council
MayorAnthony Fanucci (term ends December 31, 2020)
AdministratorRobert E. Dickenson Jr.
Municipal clerkKeith Petrosky
Area
• Total68.99 sq mi (178.68 km2)
• Land68.39 sq mi (177.14 km2)
• Water0.60 sq mi (1.54 km2) 0.86%
Area rank16th of 565 in state
2nd of 14 in county
Elevation
98 ft (30 m)
Population
• Total60,724
• Estimate
(2019)
59,439
• Rank636th in country (as of 2019)
24th of 566 in state
1st of 14 in county
• Density887.5/sq mi (342.7/km2)
• Density rank398th of 566 in state
2nd of 14 in county
Time zoneUTC−05:00 (Eastern (EST))
• Summer (DST)UTC−04:00 (Eastern (EDT))
ZIP Codes
08360-08362
Area code(s)856
FIPS code3401176070
GNIS feature ID0885428
Websitewww.vinelandcity.org

Vineland was formed on July 1, 1952, through the merger of Landis Township and Vineland Borough, based on the results of a referendum held on February 5, 1952. Festivities on July 1, 1952, when the merger took effect, included a parade and speeches from such notables as Senator Estes Kefauver. The name is derived from the plans of its founder to use the land to grow grapes.

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Also known as the "Land of Accidents" Vineland was first purchased by Charles K. Landis 30,000 acres (121 km2) in 1861 and another 23,000 acres (93 km2) in 1874, near Millville, New Jersey, and along the West Jersey railroad line with service between Camden and Cape May, to create his own alcohol-free utopian society based on agriculture and progressive thinking. The first houses were built in 1862, and train service was established to Philadelphia and New York City, with the population reaching 5,500 by 1865 and 11,000 by 1875.

Vineland was established as a temperance town, where the sale of alcohol was prohibited. Landis required that purchasers of land in Vineland build a house on the purchased property within a year of purchase, that2+12 acres (10,000 m2) of the often heavily wooded land be cleared and farmed each year, and that adequate space be placed between houses and roads to allow for planting of flowers and shade trees along the routes through town. Landis Avenue was constructed as a 100-foot (30 m) wide and about 1-mile (2 km) long road running east–west through the center of the community, with other, narrower roads connecting at right angles to each other.

After determining that the Vineland soil was well-suited for growing grapes (hence the name), Landis started advertising to attract Italian grape growers to Vineland, offering 20 acres (81,000 m2) of land that had to be cleared and used to grow grapes. Thomas Bramwell Welch founded Welch's Grape Juice, and purchased the locally grown grapes to make "unfermented wine" (or grape juice). The fertile ground also attracted the glass-making industry and was home to the Progresso soup company. Throughout the first half of the 20th century, most of the city was involved in the poultry industry, which led to the city being dubbed "The Egg Basket of America."

Vineland Poultry Laboratories (operations were closed by Lohmann Animal Health in 2007) was started by Arthur Goldhaft. Dr. Goldhaft is credited with putting "a chicken in every pot" after developing the fowl pox chicken vaccine that saved millions of chickens from death. Dr. Goldhaft's work at Vineland Poultry Laboratories in Vineland helped protect the world's chicken supply from the fowl pox disease.

Bird's-eye view in 1885

Vineland had New Jersey's first school for the intellectually disabled, the Vineland Developmental Center, which now has an east and west campus. These institutions housed mentally handicapped women in fully staffed cottages. Henry H. Goddard, an American psychologist, coined the term "Moron" while directing the Research Laboratory at the Training School for Backward and Feeble-minded Children in Vineland. This facility was so sufficiently well known that one American Prison Association pamphlet in 1955 heralded Vineland as "famous for its contributions to our knowledge of the feebleminded".

The city of Vineland celebrated its 150th birthday in 2011. Mayor Robert Romano initially ordered a custom cake from Buddy Valastro of Carlo's Bake Shop in Hoboken; the business is featured in the TLC reality television series Cake Boss. After outcry from local business owners, the order was canceled and five Vineland bakeries donated elaborate cakes for the event as well as over 1,000 servings of cake for the celebration.

Since the 1970s, the city has had an annual dandelion festival. Brought to the area by early Italian immigrants, the plant is grown as a crop by farms in Vineland.

Barbara Kingsolver's 2018 novel Unsheltered is set in Vineland.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city had a total area of 68.99 square miles (178.68 km2), including 68.39 square miles (177.14 km2) of land and 0.60 square miles (1.54 km2) of water (0.86%). Of all the municipalities in New Jersey to hold the type of City, Vineland is the largest in total area. (Hamilton Township in Atlantic County is the largest municipality in New Jersey in terms of land area. Galloway Township, also in Atlantic County, is the largest municipality in total area, including open water within its borders.)

Unincorporated communities, localities and place names located partially or completely within the city include Clayville, Hances Bridge, Leamings Mill, Menantico, North Vineland, Parvins Branch, South Vineland, Willow Grove and Pleasantville. That last community (adjacent to Newfield Boro) is not to be confused with the City of Pleasantville in Atlantic County.

Vineland borders the municipalities of Deerfield Township, Millville, and Maurice River Township in Cumberland County; Buena and Buena Vista Township in Atlantic County; Franklin Township and Newfield Boro in Gloucester County; and Pittsgrove Township in Salem County. The city is approximately 38 miles (61 km) from the Atlantic Ocean.

Historical population
Census Pop.
18707,077
18806,005−15.1%
18907,67727.8%
19009,09118.4%
191011,71728.9%
192016,83443.7%
193021,60328.3%
194024,43913.1%
195029,57321.0%
196037,68527.4%
197047,39925.8%
198053,75313.4%
199054,7801.9%
200056,2712.7%
201060,7247.9%
2019 (est.)59,439−2.1%
Population sources: 1870-2010
1870-1920 1870 1880-1890
1890-1910 1910-1930
1930-1990 2000 2010

Vineland has a diverse community composed of a variety of races. People of various backgrounds of Europe, Eurasia, Africa, and the Americas makeup the collective of the community.

2010 Census

The 2010 United States census counted 60,724 people, 21,450 households, and 15,230 families in the city. The population density was 887.5 per square mile (342.7/km2). There were 22,661 housing units at an average density of 331.2 per square mile (127.9/km2). The racial makeup was 67.03% (40,703) White, 14.16% (8,600) Black or African American, 0.67% (406) Native American, 1.71% (1,036) Asian, 0.04% (24) Pacific Islander, 12.91% (7,841) from other races, and 3.48% (2,114) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 38.03% (23,093) of the population.

Of the 21,450 households, 31.3% had children under the age of 18; 46.2% were married couples living together; 18.2% had a female householder with no husband present and 29.0% were non-families. Of all households, 23.3% were made up of individuals and 10.8% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.76 and the average family size was 3.23.

24.5% of the population were under the age of 18, 9.4% from 18 to 24, 26.2% from 25 to 44, 26.0% from 45 to 64, and 13.9% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 37.7 years. For every 100 females, the population had 92.4 males. For every 100 females ages 18 and older there were 88.1 males.

The Census Bureau's 2006-2010 American Community Survey showed that (in 2010 inflation-adjusted dollars) median household income was $54,024 (with a margin of error of +/- $2,798) and the median family income was $64,185 (+/- $2,216). Males had a median income of $48,974 (+/- $1,402) versus $35,513 (+/- $2,565) for females. The per capita income for the city was $24,512 (+/- $895). About 11.0% of families and 12.8% of the population were below the poverty line, including 19.0% of those under age 18 and 9.1% of those age 65 or over.

2000 Census

As of the 2000 United States Census there were 56,271 people, 19,930 households, and 14,210 families residing in the city. The population density was 819.2 people per square mile (316.3/km2). There were 20,958 housing units at an average density of 305.1 per square mile (117.8/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 67.47% White, 13.62% African American, 0.54% Native American, 1.16% Asian, 0.08% Pacific Islander, 14.01% from other races, and 3.13% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 30.00% of the population.

There were 19,939 households, out of which 80.9% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 48.8% were married couples living together, 16.8% had a female householder with no husband present, and 28.7% were non-families. 23.7% of all households were made up of individuals, and 11.2% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.70 and the average family size was 3.17.

In the city the population was spread out, with 25.7% under the age of 18, 8.3% from 18 to 24, 29.0% from 25 to 44, 22.9% from 45 to 64, and 14.2% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 36 years. For every 100 females, there were 92.0 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 86.9 males.

The median income for a household in the city was $40,076, and the median income for a family was $47,909. Males had a median income of $35,195 versus $25,518 for females. The per capita income for the city was $18,797. About 9.8% of families and 13.8% of the population were below the poverty line, including 17.3% of those under age 18 and 13.8% of those age 65 or over.

The marquee of the Landis Theater

Portions of the city are part of a joint Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ) with Millville, one of 32 zones covering 37 municipalities statewide. Millville was selected in 1983 as one of the initial group of 10 zones chosen to participate in the program. In addition to other benefits to encourage employment and investment within the Zone, shoppers can take advantage of a reduced 3.3125% sales tax rate (half of the 6+58% rate charged statewide) at eligible merchants. Established in October 1988, the city's Urban Enterprise Zone status expires in December 2023.

The main street in Vineland is Landis Avenue. The traditional downtown area is located several blocks east and west of the intersection of Landis Avenue and the Boulevard. The Boulevard is a pair of roads that flank the main north–south railroad, which connected Vineland with Cape May to the south and Camden/Philadelphia to the north. After many years of decline, there has been much recent activity to restore the vitality of "The Avenue" and the center city area. New construction includes a new transportation center, courthouse, post office, elementary school / community center and sidewalk upgrades. In 2005, Vineland was designated a Main Street Community and, through the work of this group, money has been earmarked to continue this improvement through property and facade improvements, business retention and marketing.

Local government

The City of Vineland is governed within the Faulkner Act, formally known as the Optional Municipal Charter Law, under the Mayor-Council (Plan A), implemented based on the recommendations of a Charter Study Commission as of July 1, 1952, months after the city's formation. The city is one of 71 municipalities (of the 565) statewide that use this form of government. The governing body is comprised of the Mayor and the five-member City Council. The mayor serves as the city's chief executive, while the City Council is its legislative branch. The mayor and council are elected at-large to serve concurrent four-year terms of office in non-partisan elections held in leap years as part of the November general election. An ordinance passed by the council in 2011 shifted elections from May to November, effectively extending the term of those members serving at the time by six months.

As of 2020[update], the Mayor of Vineland is Anthony Fanucci whose term of office ends on December 31, 2020, along with those of all members of the City Council. Members of the Vineland City Council are Council President Paul F. Spinelli, Council Vice President David Acosta, Elizabeth Arthur (elected to serve an unexpired term), Ronald John Franceschini Jr. and Albert Vargas.

In November 2019, the City Council appointed Elizabeth Arthur to fill the seat vacated by Angela Calakos following her resignation after announcing that she was moving out of the city. Arthur served on an interim basis until the November 2019 general election, when she was elected to serve the balance of the term office.

In January 2013, Ruben Bermudez took office as the city's first Hispanic mayor.

Federal, state and county representation

Vineland is located in the 2nd Congressional District and is part of New Jersey's 1st state legislative district.

For the 117th United States Congress, New Jersey's Second Congressional District is represented by Jeff Van Drew (R, Dennis Township). New Jersey is represented in the United States Senate by Democrats Cory Booker (Newark, term ends 2027) and Bob Menendez (Harrison, term ends 2025).

For the 2020–2021 session, the 1st Legislative District of the New Jersey Legislature is represented in the State Senate by Mike Testa (R, Vineland) and in the General Assembly by Antwan McClellan (R, Ocean City) and Erik K. Simonsen (R, Lower Township).

Cumberland County is governed by a seven-member Board of Chosen Freeholders, who are elected at-large in partisan elections to serve staggered three-year terms in office, with either two or three seats coming up for election each year in a three-year cycle. At an annual reorganization meeting held each January, the freeholders select one member to serve as Freeholder Director and another as Deputy Director. As of 2018[update], Cumberland County's Freeholders are Freeholder Director Joseph Derella Jr. (D, Millville, term as freeholder and as freeholder director ends December 31, 2018), Deputy Freeholder Director Darlene R. Barber (D, Upper Deerfield Township, term as freeholder ends 2019, term as deputy freeholder director ends 2018), George Castellini (D, Vineland, 2020), Carol Musso (D, Deerfield Township, 2020), James F. Quinn (D, Millville, 2018), Joseph V. Sparacio (R, Deerfield Township, 2019) and Jack Surrency (D, Bridgeton 2020). The county's constitutional officers are Clerk Celeste Riley (D, Bridgeton, 2019), Sheriff Robert A. Austino (D, Vineland, 2020) and Surrogate Douglas M. Rainear (D, Upper Deerfield Township, 2018).

Politics

As of March 23, 2011, there were a total of 37,583 registered voters in Vineland, of which 10,388 (27.6%) were registered as Democrats, 6,109 (16.3%) were registered as Republicans and 21,059 (56.0%) were registered as Unaffiliated. There were 27 voters registered to other parties.

In the 2012 presidential election, Democrat Barack Obama received 64.9% of the vote (15,299 cast), ahead of Republican Mitt Romney with 34.2% (8,074 votes), and other candidates with 0.9% (218 votes), among the 23,880 ballots cast by the city's 39,605 registered voters (289 ballots were spoiled), for a turnout of 60.3%. In the 2008 presidential election, Democrat Barack Obama received 62.6% of the vote (15,743 cast), ahead of Republican John McCain, who received 35.2% (8,862 votes), with 25,144 ballots cast among the city's 39,098 registered voters, for a turnout of 64.3%. In the 2004 presidential election, Democrat John Kerry received 53.8% of the vote (12,506 ballots cast), outpolling Republican George W. Bush, who received around 43.6% (10,131 votes), with 23,253 ballots cast among the city's 35,943 registered voters, for a turnout percentage of 64.7.

In the 2013 gubernatorial election, Republican Chris Christie received 55.5% of the vote (7,171 cast), ahead of Democrat Barbara Buono with 42.8% (5,527 votes), and other candidates with 1.7% (221 votes), among the 13,243 ballots cast by the city's 37,789 registered voters (324 ballots were spoiled), for a turnout of 35.0%. In the 2009 gubernatorial election, Democrat Jon Corzine received 52.2% of the vote (7,457 ballots cast), ahead of both Republican Chris Christie with 40.1% (5,725 votes) and Independent Chris Daggett with 4.8% (681 votes), with 14,289 ballots cast among the city's 37,092 registered voters, yielding a 38.5% turnout.

Primary and secondary

The Vineland Public Schools serves students in public school for pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. The district is one of 31 former Abbott districts statewide, which are now referred to as "SDA Districts" based on the requirement for the state to cover all costs for school building and renovation projects in these districts under the supervision of the New Jersey Schools Development Authority. As of the 2017–18 school year, the district, comprised of 14 schools, had an enrollment of 10,720 students and 772.4 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 13.9:1. Schools in the district (with 2017-18 enrollment data from the National Center for Education Statistics) are Casimer M. Dallago Jr. Preschool Center / IMPACT (300 students; in PreK), Dane Barse Elementary School (340; K-5), Solve D'Ippolito Elementary School (634; K-5), Marie Durand School (506; K-5), Edward Johnstone School (443; K-5), Dr. William Mennies Elementary School (607; K-5), Pauline J. Petway Elementary School (550; K-5), Anthony Rossi Elementary School (603; K-5), Gloria M. Sabater Elementary School (757; K-5), Dr. John H. Winslow Elementary School (476; K-5), Sgt. Dominick Pilla Middle School (NA; 6–8), Veterans Memorial Middle School (812; 6–8) Thomas W. Wallace Jr. Middle School (808; 6–8), Vineland High School (2,554; 9-12) and Cunningham Academy for students with "personal or academic challenges that prevent them from reaching their full potential" (NA; 7-12).

Students are also eligible to attend Cumberland County Technology Education Center in Millville (with a Vineland post office address), serving students from the entire county in its full-time technical training programs, which are offered without charge to students who are county residents. The school relocated starting in the 2016–17 school year to a 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2) campus in Vineland constructed at a cost of $70 million and located next to Cumberland County College. The school initiated a new full-time high school program that included 240 students who will be part of the initial graduating class of 2020.

Cumberland Christian School is a private coeducational day school located in Vineland, serving students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. The school, founded in 1946, has a total enrollment of over 1,000 students.

The city is home to two Catholic elementary schools, Bishop Schad Regional School (combining St. Francis and Sacred Heart Schools) and St. Mary Regional School. Both schools operate under the supervision of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden. Bishop Schad formed in 2007 from the merger of Sacred Heart Regional School (Sacred Heart/St. Isidore) and St. Francis of Assisi, using the Sacred Heart site. Sacred Heart High School served grades 9-12 from 1927 until its closure by the Camden Diocese in June 2013 due to declining enrollment. St. Joseph High School in Hammonton was the closest Catholic high school. However that school closed in 2020.

The Ellison School was a private, nonsectarian coeducational preK-8 day school located on South Spring Road in Vineland. The school was founded in 1959 as a grade 1-3 school, and moved to its current site in 1968. By 2016 enrollment had dropped to the point where closure was considered. By late 2019 the school had 11 instructors, three assistants to the instructors, and 76 students. Ellison closed in December 2019. 25 of the students moved to the PreK-8 Christian school Edgarton Christian Academy, then in Newfield, which planned to move to Buena.

College

Rowan College of South Jersey Cumberland Campus (former Cumberland County College) is partially in the Vineland city limits with the other portion in Millville.

Library

Vineland Public Library (VPL) is the city's public library.

  • The Delsea Drive-In, located on Route 47 (Delsea Drive) north of County Route 552, is the only remaining drive-in theater in the state of New Jersey, the state in which they were first created in 1932.
  • The Palace of Depression was built by the mustachioed eccentric George Daynor, a former Alaska gold miner who lost his fortune in the Wall Street Crash of 1929; the house was known as "The Strangest House in the World" or the "Home of Junk", and was built as a testament of willpower against the effects of the Great Depression. As of March 2018,[update] a full restoration, undertaken by The Palace of Depression Restoration Association, is ongoing.
  • The Landis MarketPlace opened in 2011 as a two-level indoor public market and would go on to include several vendors on the upper level. In July 2015, the Amish vendors on the lower level departed and the market was purchased by the city the following month. As of 2016,[update] Spataro's Pizza was the sole remaining tenant.
  • The Vineland Historical and Antiquarian Society, a museum and research library that has been in operation since 1910 and holds a large collection exhibiting the city's history.
  • In 2009, as much as $25 million in grants from the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 were allocated to help with the cleanup of the Vineland Chemical Company site. The company's owners had paid $3 million towards the cleanup of soil and water at the site polluted with arsenic and other toxic materials, though the United States Environmental Protection Agency has spent more than $120 million to remediate the Superfund site.

Clear Communications owns two locally licensed radio stations; WVLT (92.1) and WMIZ (1270), with WPOV-LP (107.7) owned by the local branch of Calvary Chapel. Vineland is also the city of license for WUVP-DT (channel 65), Philadelphia's Univision station, which has studios in Franklin Township and their news operation and transmitter based in Philadelphia proper.

Roads and highways

Route 55 northbound in Vineland

As of May 2010[update], the city had a total of 335.15 miles (539.37 km) of roadways, of which 234.73 miles (377.76 km) were maintained by the municipality, 80.54 miles (129.62 km) by Cumberland County and 19.88 miles (31.99 km) by the New Jersey Department of Transportation and 2.79 miles (4.49 km) by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority.

Route 47 (Delsea Drive) runs almost 9.5 miles (15.3 km) north-south in the western quarter of the city, connecting Millville in the south to Franklin Township in Gloucester County at the city's northern tip. Route 55 enters the city from Millville for 1.4 miles (2.3 km), heads back into Millville and re-enters Vineland, running along the western border for 8.8 miles (14.2 km) and heads north into Pittsgrove Township in Salem County. Route 56 (Landis Avenue) heads across the city from Pittsgrove Township to its eastern terminus at Route 47.

County Route 540 (Almond Road / Park Avenue / Landis Avenue) enters from the west in Pittsgrove Township and continues for 8 miles (13 km) to Buena Vista Township in Atlantic County, on the city's eastern border. County Route 552 (Sherman Avenue / Mays Landing Road) enters from Deerfield Township in the city's southwest corner and continues for 10.8 miles (17.4 km) into Maurice River Township. County Route 555 (South Main Road / North Main Road) enters from Millville extending for 8 miles (13 km) into Franklin Township.

Public transportation

NJ Transit provides bus transportation on the 313 route between Cape May and Philadelphia, on the 408 route between Millville and Philadelphia and on the 553 route between Upper Deerfield Township and Atlantic City.

Two general aviation airports are located nearby. Vineland-Downstown Airport is located 4 miles (6.4 km) northeast of the central business district and Kroelinger Airport, 3 miles (4.8 km) north.

The Cumberland Cape Atlantic YMCA is in Vineland. The corporate name was changed from Vineland YMCA as the board of directors decided to expand the organization's service area to Atlantic County and Cape May County. There was a previous YMCA building in Millville that in August 1990 stopped operations. In late 1997 Millville Housing Authority purchased the building, which opened as the Holly City Development Corp. Family Center in 2001.

People who were born in, residents of, or otherwise closely associated with Vineland include:

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  174. Jackson, Vincent. "Vineland's Obie Bermudez A Winner At Latin Grammys", The Press of Atlantic City, November 5, 2005. Accessed October 18, 2015. "Latin pop singer Obie Bermudez, a 1995 Vineland High School graduate, won his first Latin Grammy Award Thursday in the category of Best Male Pop Album, beating out Marc Anthony and three other vocalists."
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  177. Weinberg, David. "Carbonara Making Waves On Defense", The Press of Atlantic City, May 11, 2001. Accessed February 8, 2012. "Vineland native Glenn Carbonara is one victory away from adding another championship to his professional soccer resume."
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  202. Bennett, Kyle. "Men's Soccer Makes Splash in Latest Head Coaching Hire", Rowan College of South Jersey, September 1, 2017. Accessed October 19, 2020. "Vineland natives John Pascarella and Glenn Carbonara will take the reigns as the new Head Coach and Assistant Coach respectively."
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  205. Staff. "IRL: Jeret Schroeder Lands Tri Star Ride", Motrosport.com, December 6, 1999. Accessed June 26, 2017. "Larry Curry, Tony Stewart, Andy Card and Rick Ehrgott of Tri Star Motorsports announced today that they have signed Jeret Schroeder of Vineland, N.J., to drive one of their Dallara Auroras in Indy Racing League (IRL) events in 2000, including the Indianapolis 500."
  206. Staff. "Former Raider soccer star succeeding in the sales field for Red Bull", Ocean City Gazette, November 29, 2013. Accessed October 18, 2015. "Severs was born in Vineland and began playing soccer when he was 4 years old."
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Vineland, New Jersey
Vineland New Jersey Language Watch Edit For other uses see Vineland disambiguation Vineland is a city in Cumberland County New Jersey United States As of the 2010 United States Census the city had a total population of 60 724 10 11 12 reflecting an increase of 4 453 7 9 from the 56 271 counted in the 2000 Census which had in turn increased by 1 491 2 7 from the 54 780 counted in the 1990 Census 22 The Census Bureau s Population Estimates Program calculated that the city s population was 59 439 in 2019 13 ranking the city the 636th most populous in the country 14 Vineland Millville and Bridgeton are the three principal New Jersey cities of the Vineland Millville Bridgeton Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses those three cities and all of Cumberland County for statistical purposes and had a population of 156 898 as of the 2010 Census 23 Vineland New JerseyCityCity of VinelandDowntown VinelandMotto s A Harvest of Opportunities in the Heart of the Northeast Location within Cumberland CountyVinelandLocation in Cumberland CountyShow map of Cumberland County New JerseyVinelandLocation in New JerseyShow map of New JerseyVinelandLocation in the United StatesShow map of the United StatesCoordinates 39 27 54 N 74 59 50 W 39 465007 N 74 997115 W 39 465007 74 997115 Coordinates 39 27 54 N 74 59 50 W 39 465007 N 74 997115 W 39 465007 74 997115 1 2 Country United StatesState New JerseyCountyCumberlandIncorporatedFebruary 5 1952 3 Government 8 TypeFaulkner Act Mayor Council BodyCity Council MayorAnthony Fanucci term ends December 31 2020 4 5 AdministratorRobert E Dickenson Jr 6 Municipal clerkKeith Petrosky 7 Area 1 Total68 99 sq mi 178 68 km2 Land68 39 sq mi 177 14 km2 Water0 60 sq mi 1 54 km2 0 86 Area rank16th of 565 in state 2nd of 14 in county 1 Elevation 9 98 ft 30 m Population 2010 Census 10 11 12 Total60 724 Estimate 2019 13 59 439 Rank636th in country as of 2019 14 24th of 566 in state 1st of 14 in county 15 Density887 5 sq mi 342 7 km2 Density rank398th of 566 in state 2nd of 14 in county 15 Time zoneUTC 05 00 Eastern EST Summer DST UTC 04 00 Eastern EDT ZIP Codes08360 08362 16 17 Area code s 856 18 FIPS code3401176070 1 19 20 GNIS feature ID0885428 1 21 Websitewww wbr vinelandcity wbr org Vineland was formed on July 1 1952 through the merger of Landis Township and Vineland Borough based on the results of a referendum held on February 5 1952 3 24 25 Festivities on July 1 1952 when the merger took effect included a parade and speeches from such notables as Senator Estes Kefauver 26 The name is derived from the plans of its founder to use the land to grow grapes 27 28 Contents 1 History 2 Geography 3 Demographics 3 1 2010 Census 3 2 2000 Census 4 Economy 5 Government 5 1 Local government 5 2 Federal state and county representation 5 3 Politics 6 Education 6 1 Primary and secondary 6 2 College 6 3 Library 7 Points of interest 8 Media 9 Transportation 9 1 Roads and highways 9 2 Public transportation 10 Parks and recreation 11 Notable people 12 References 13 External linksHistory EditAlso known as the Land of Accidents Vineland was first purchased by Charles K Landis 30 000 acres 121 km2 in 1861 and another 23 000 acres 93 km2 in 1874 near Millville New Jersey and along the West Jersey railroad line with service between Camden and Cape May to create his own alcohol free utopian society based on agriculture and progressive thinking The first houses were built in 1862 and train service was established to Philadelphia and New York City with the population reaching 5 500 by 1865 and 11 000 by 1875 29 30 Vineland was established as a temperance town where the sale of alcohol was prohibited Landis required that purchasers of land in Vineland build a house on the purchased property within a year of purchase that 2 1 2 acres 10 000 m2 of the often heavily wooded land be cleared and farmed each year and that adequate space be placed between houses and roads to allow for planting of flowers and shade trees along the routes through town Landis Avenue was constructed as a 100 foot 30 m wide and about 1 mile 2 km long road running east west through the center of the community with other narrower roads connecting at right angles to each other 31 After determining that the Vineland soil was well suited for growing grapes hence the name Landis started advertising to attract Italian grape growers to Vineland offering 20 acres 81 000 m2 of land that had to be cleared and used to grow grapes Thomas Bramwell Welch founded Welch s Grape Juice and purchased the locally grown grapes to make unfermented wine or grape juice 31 The fertile ground also attracted the glass making industry and was home to the Progresso soup company Throughout the first half of the 20th century most of the city was involved in the poultry industry which led to the city being dubbed The Egg Basket of America 32 Vineland Poultry Laboratories operations were closed by Lohmann Animal Health in 2007 was started by Arthur Goldhaft Dr Goldhaft is credited with putting a chicken in every pot after developing the fowl pox chicken vaccine that saved millions of chickens from death Dr Goldhaft s work at Vineland Poultry Laboratories in Vineland helped protect the world s chicken supply from the fowl pox disease 33 Bird s eye view in 1885 Vineland had New Jersey s first school for the intellectually disabled the Vineland Developmental Center which now has an east and west campus These institutions housed mentally handicapped women in fully staffed cottages Henry H Goddard an American psychologist coined the term Moron while directing the Research Laboratory at the Training School for Backward and Feeble minded Children in Vineland This facility was so sufficiently well known that one American Prison Association pamphlet in 1955 heralded Vineland as famous for its contributions to our knowledge of the feebleminded 34 The city of Vineland celebrated its 150th birthday in 2011 Mayor Robert Romano initially ordered a custom cake from Buddy Valastro of Carlo s Bake Shop in Hoboken the business is featured in the TLC reality television series Cake Boss After outcry from local business owners the order was canceled and five Vineland bakeries donated elaborate cakes for the event as well as over 1 000 servings of cake for the celebration 35 Since the 1970s the city has had an annual dandelion festival Brought to the area by early Italian immigrants the plant is grown as a crop by farms in Vineland 36 Barbara Kingsolver s 2018 novel Unsheltered is set in Vineland 37 Geography EditAccording to the United States Census Bureau the city had a total area of 68 99 square miles 178 68 km2 including 68 39 square miles 177 14 km2 of land and 0 60 square miles 1 54 km2 of water 0 86 1 2 Of all the municipalities in New Jersey to hold the type of City Vineland is the largest in total area Hamilton Township in Atlantic County is the largest municipality in New Jersey in terms of land area Galloway Township also in Atlantic County is the largest municipality in total area including open water within its borders 38 Unincorporated communities localities and place names located partially or completely within the city include Clayville Hances Bridge Leamings Mill Menantico North Vineland Parvins Branch South Vineland Willow Grove and Pleasantville 39 That last community adjacent to Newfield Boro is not to be confused with the City of Pleasantville in Atlantic County Vineland borders the municipalities of Deerfield Township Millville and Maurice River Township in Cumberland County Buena and Buena Vista Township in Atlantic County Franklin Township and Newfield Boro in Gloucester County and Pittsgrove Township in Salem County 40 41 42 The city is approximately 38 miles 61 km from the Atlantic Ocean Demographics EditHistorical populationCensus Pop 18707 077 18806 005 15 1 18907 67727 8 19009 09118 4 191011 71728 9 192016 83443 7 193021 60328 3 194024 43913 1 195029 57321 0 196037 68527 4 197047 39925 8 198053 75313 4 199054 7801 9 200056 2712 7 201060 7247 9 2019 est 59 439 13 43 44 2 1 Population sources 1870 2010 45 46 1870 1920 47 1870 48 49 1880 1890 50 1890 1910 51 1910 1930 52 1930 1990 53 2000 54 55 2010 10 11 12 Vineland has a diverse community composed of a variety of races People of various backgrounds of Europe Eurasia Africa and the Americas makeup the collective of the community 2010 Census Edit The 2010 United States census counted 60 724 people 21 450 households and 15 230 families in the city The population density was 887 5 per square mile 342 7 km2 There were 22 661 housing units at an average density of 331 2 per square mile 127 9 km2 The racial makeup was 67 03 40 703 White 14 16 8 600 Black or African American 0 67 406 Native American 1 71 1 036 Asian 0 04 24 Pacific Islander 12 91 7 841 from other races and 3 48 2 114 from two or more races Hispanic or Latino of any race were 38 03 23 093 of the population 10 Of the 21 450 households 31 3 had children under the age of 18 46 2 were married couples living together 18 2 had a female householder with no husband present and 29 0 were non families Of all households 23 3 were made up of individuals and 10 8 had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older The average household size was 2 76 and the average family size was 3 23 10 24 5 of the population were under the age of 18 9 4 from 18 to 24 26 2 from 25 to 44 26 0 from 45 to 64 and 13 9 who were 65 years of age or older The median age was 37 7 years For every 100 females the population had 92 4 males For every 100 females ages 18 and older there were 88 1 males 10 The Census Bureau s 2006 2010 American Community Survey showed that in 2010 inflation adjusted dollars median household income was 54 024 with a margin of error of 2 798 and the median family income was 64 185 2 216 Males had a median income of 48 974 1 402 versus 35 513 2 565 for females The per capita income for the city was 24 512 895 About 11 0 of families and 12 8 of the population were below the poverty line including 19 0 of those under age 18 and 9 1 of those age 65 or over 56 2000 Census Edit As of the 2000 United States Census 19 there were 56 271 people 19 930 households and 14 210 families residing in the city The population density was 819 2 people per square mile 316 3 km2 There were 20 958 housing units at an average density of 305 1 per square mile 117 8 km2 The racial makeup of the city was 67 47 White 13 62 African American 0 54 Native American 1 16 Asian 0 08 Pacific Islander 14 01 from other races and 3 13 from two or more races Hispanic or Latino of any race were 30 00 of the population 54 55 There were 19 939 households out of which 80 9 had children under the age of 18 living with them 48 8 were married couples living together 16 8 had a female householder with no husband present and 28 7 were non families 23 7 of all households were made up of individuals and 11 2 had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older The average household size was 2 70 and the average family size was 3 17 54 55 In the city the population was spread out with 25 7 under the age of 18 8 3 from 18 to 24 29 0 from 25 to 44 22 9 from 45 to 64 and 14 2 who were 65 years of age or older The median age was 36 years For every 100 females there were 92 0 males For every 100 females age 18 and over there were 86 9 males 54 55 The median income for a household in the city was 40 076 and the median income for a family was 47 909 Males had a median income of 35 195 versus 25 518 for females The per capita income for the city was 18 797 About 9 8 of families and 13 8 of the population were below the poverty line including 17 3 of those under age 18 and 13 8 of those age 65 or over 54 55 Economy Edit The marquee of the Landis Theater Portions of the city are part of a joint Urban Enterprise Zone UEZ with Millville one of 32 zones covering 37 municipalities statewide Millville was selected in 1983 as one of the initial group of 10 zones chosen to participate in the program 57 In addition to other benefits to encourage employment and investment within the Zone shoppers can take advantage of a reduced 3 3125 sales tax rate half of the 6 5 8 rate charged statewide at eligible merchants 58 Established in October 1988 the city s Urban Enterprise Zone status expires in December 2023 59 The main street in Vineland is Landis Avenue The traditional downtown area is located several blocks east and west of the intersection of Landis Avenue and the Boulevard The Boulevard is a pair of roads that flank the main north south railroad which connected Vineland with Cape May to the south and Camden Philadelphia to the north After many years of decline there has been much recent activity to restore the vitality of The Avenue and the center city area New construction includes a new transportation center courthouse post office elementary school community center and sidewalk upgrades In 2005 Vineland was designated a Main Street Community and through the work of this group money has been earmarked to continue this improvement through property and facade improvements business retention and marketing 60 Government EditLocal government Edit The City of Vineland is governed within the Faulkner Act formally known as the Optional Municipal Charter Law under the Mayor Council Plan A implemented based on the recommendations of a Charter Study Commission as of July 1 1952 months after the city s formation 61 The city is one of 71 municipalities of the 565 statewide that use this form of government 62 The governing body is comprised of the Mayor and the five member City Council The mayor serves as the city s chief executive while the City Council is its legislative branch The mayor and council are elected at large to serve concurrent four year terms of office in non partisan elections held in leap years as part of the November general election 8 4 An ordinance passed by the council in 2011 shifted elections from May to November effectively extending the term of those members serving at the time by six months 63 As of 2020 update the Mayor of Vineland is Anthony Fanucci whose term of office ends on December 31 2020 along with those of all members of the City Council 64 Members of the Vineland City Council are Council President Paul F Spinelli Council Vice President David Acosta Elizabeth Arthur elected to serve an unexpired term Ronald John Franceschini Jr and Albert Vargas 4 65 66 67 In November 2019 the City Council appointed Elizabeth Arthur to fill the seat vacated by Angela Calakos following her resignation after announcing that she was moving out of the city Arthur served on an interim basis until the November 2019 general election when she was elected to serve the balance of the term office 68 In January 2013 Ruben Bermudez took office as the city s first Hispanic mayor 69 Federal state and county representation Edit Vineland is located in the 2nd Congressional District 70 and is part of New Jersey s 1st state legislative district 11 71 72 For the 117th United States Congress New Jersey s Second Congressional District is represented by Jeff Van Drew R Dennis Township 73 New Jersey is represented in the United States Senate by Democrats Cory Booker Newark term ends 2027 74 and Bob Menendez Harrison term ends 2025 75 76 For the 2020 2021 session the 1st Legislative District of the New Jersey Legislature is represented in the State Senate by Mike Testa R Vineland and in the General Assembly by Antwan McClellan R Ocean City and Erik K Simonsen R Lower Township 77 78 Cumberland County is governed by a seven member Board of Chosen Freeholders who are elected at large in partisan elections to serve staggered three year terms in office with either two or three seats coming up for election each year in a three year cycle At an annual reorganization meeting held each January the freeholders select one member to serve as Freeholder Director and another as Deputy Director 79 As of 2018 update Cumberland County s Freeholders are Freeholder Director Joseph Derella Jr D Millville term as freeholder and as freeholder director ends December 31 2018 80 Deputy Freeholder Director Darlene R Barber D Upper Deerfield Township term as freeholder ends 2019 term as deputy freeholder director ends 2018 81 George Castellini D Vineland 2020 82 Carol Musso D Deerfield Township 2020 83 James F Quinn D Millville 2018 84 Joseph V Sparacio R Deerfield Township 2019 85 and Jack Surrency D Bridgeton 2020 86 87 88 89 The county s constitutional officers are Clerk Celeste Riley D Bridgeton 2019 90 91 Sheriff Robert A Austino D Vineland 2020 92 93 and Surrogate Douglas M Rainear D Upper Deerfield Township 2018 94 95 88 Politics Edit As of March 23 2011 there were a total of 37 583 registered voters in Vineland of which 10 388 27 6 were registered as Democrats 6 109 16 3 were registered as Republicans and 21 059 56 0 were registered as Unaffiliated There were 27 voters registered to other parties 96 In the 2012 presidential election Democrat Barack Obama received 64 9 of the vote 15 299 cast ahead of Republican Mitt Romney with 34 2 8 074 votes and other candidates with 0 9 218 votes among the 23 880 ballots cast by the city s 39 605 registered voters 289 ballots were spoiled for a turnout of 60 3 97 98 In the 2008 presidential election Democrat Barack Obama received 62 6 of the vote 15 743 cast ahead of Republican John McCain who received 35 2 8 862 votes with 25 144 ballots cast among the city s 39 098 registered voters for a turnout of 64 3 99 In the 2004 presidential election Democrat John Kerry received 53 8 of the vote 12 506 ballots cast outpolling Republican George W Bush who received around 43 6 10 131 votes with 23 253 ballots cast among the city s 35 943 registered voters for a turnout percentage of 64 7 100 In the 2013 gubernatorial election Republican Chris Christie received 55 5 of the vote 7 171 cast ahead of Democrat Barbara Buono with 42 8 5 527 votes and other candidates with 1 7 221 votes among the 13 243 ballots cast by the city s 37 789 registered voters 324 ballots were spoiled for a turnout of 35 0 101 102 In the 2009 gubernatorial election Democrat Jon Corzine received 52 2 of the vote 7 457 ballots cast ahead of both Republican Chris Christie with 40 1 5 725 votes and Independent Chris Daggett with 4 8 681 votes with 14 289 ballots cast among the city s 37 092 registered voters yielding a 38 5 turnout 103 Education EditPrimary and secondary Edit The Vineland Public Schools serves students in public school for pre kindergarten through twelfth grade 104 The district is one of 31 former Abbott districts statewide 105 which are now referred to as SDA Districts based on the requirement for the state to cover all costs for school building and renovation projects in these districts under the supervision of the New Jersey Schools Development Authority 106 107 As of the 2017 18 school year the district comprised of 14 schools had an enrollment of 10 720 students and 772 4 classroom teachers on an FTE basis for a student teacher ratio of 13 9 1 108 Schools in the district with 2017 18 enrollment data from the National Center for Education Statistics 109 are Casimer M Dallago Jr Preschool Center IMPACT 110 300 students in PreK Dane Barse Elementary School 111 340 K 5 Solve D Ippolito Elementary School 112 634 K 5 Marie Durand School 113 506 K 5 Edward Johnstone School 114 443 K 5 Dr William Mennies Elementary School 115 607 K 5 Pauline J Petway Elementary School 116 550 K 5 Anthony Rossi Elementary School 117 603 K 5 Gloria M Sabater Elementary School 118 757 K 5 Dr John H Winslow Elementary School 119 476 K 5 Sgt Dominick Pilla Middle School 120 NA 6 8 Veterans Memorial Middle School 121 812 6 8 Thomas W Wallace Jr Middle School 122 808 6 8 Vineland High School 123 2 554 9 12 and Cunningham Academy for students with personal or academic challenges that prevent them from reaching their full potential 124 NA 7 12 125 Students are also eligible to attend Cumberland County Technology Education Center in Millville with a Vineland post office address serving students from the entire county in its full time technical training programs which are offered without charge to students who are county residents 126 The school relocated starting in the 2016 17 school year to a 200 000 square feet 19 000 m2 campus in Vineland constructed at a cost of 70 million and located next to Cumberland County College The school initiated a new full time high school program that included 240 students who will be part of the initial graduating class of 2020 127 Cumberland Christian School is a private coeducational day school located in Vineland serving students in pre kindergarten through twelfth grade The school founded in 1946 has a total enrollment of over 1 000 students 128 The city is home to two Catholic elementary schools Bishop Schad Regional School combining St Francis and Sacred Heart Schools 129 and St Mary Regional School 130 Both schools operate under the supervision of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden 131 Bishop Schad formed in 2007 from the merger of Sacred Heart Regional School Sacred Heart St Isidore and St Francis of Assisi using the Sacred Heart site 132 Sacred Heart High School served grades 9 12 from 1927 until its closure by the Camden Diocese in June 2013 due to declining enrollment 133 St Joseph High School in Hammonton was the closest Catholic high school 134 However that school closed in 2020 135 The Ellison School was a private nonsectarian coeducational preK 8 day school located on South Spring Road in Vineland The school was founded in 1959 as a grade 1 3 school 136 and moved to its current site in 1968 137 By 2016 enrollment had dropped to the point where closure was considered By late 2019 the school had 11 instructors three assistants to the instructors and 76 students 136 Ellison closed in December 2019 25 of the students moved to the PreK 8 Christian school Edgarton Christian Academy then in Newfield which planned to move to Buena 138 College Edit Rowan College of South Jersey Cumberland Campus former Cumberland County College is partially in the Vineland city limits with the other portion in Millville 139 140 141 Library Edit Vineland Public Library VPL is the city s public library 142 Points of interest EditThe Delsea Drive In located on Route 47 Delsea Drive north of County Route 552 is the only remaining drive in theater in the state of New Jersey the state in which they were first created in 1932 143 144 145 The Palace of Depression was built by the mustachioed eccentric George Daynor a former Alaska gold miner who lost his fortune in the Wall Street Crash of 1929 the house was known as The Strangest House in the World or the Home of Junk and was built as a testament of willpower against the effects of the Great Depression 146 As of March 2018 update a full restoration undertaken by The Palace of Depression Restoration Association is ongoing 147 The Landis MarketPlace opened in 2011 as a two level indoor public market 148 and would go on to include several vendors on the upper level In July 2015 the Amish vendors on the lower level departed and the market was purchased by the city the following month 149 As of 2016 update Spataro s Pizza was the sole remaining tenant 150 The Vineland Historical and Antiquarian Society a museum and research library that has been in operation since 1910 and holds a large collection exhibiting the city s history 151 In 2009 as much as 25 million in grants from the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 were allocated to help with the cleanup of the Vineland Chemical Company site The company s owners had paid 3 million towards the cleanup of soil and water at the site polluted with arsenic and other toxic materials though the United States Environmental Protection Agency has spent more than 120 million to remediate the Superfund site 152 Media EditClear Communications owns two locally licensed radio stations WVLT 92 1 and WMIZ 1270 with WPOV LP 107 7 owned by the local branch of Calvary Chapel Vineland is also the city of license for WUVP DT channel 65 Philadelphia s Univision station which has studios in Franklin Township and their news operation and transmitter based in Philadelphia proper Transportation EditRoads and highways Edit Route 55 northbound in Vineland As of May 2010 update the city had a total of 335 15 miles 539 37 km of roadways of which 234 73 miles 377 76 km were maintained by the municipality 80 54 miles 129 62 km by Cumberland County and 19 88 miles 31 99 km by the New Jersey Department of Transportation and 2 79 miles 4 49 km by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority 153 Route 47 Delsea Drive runs almost 9 5 miles 15 3 km north south in the western quarter of the city connecting Millville in the south to Franklin Township in Gloucester County at the city s northern tip 154 Route 55 enters the city from Millville for 1 4 miles 2 3 km heads back into Millville and re enters Vineland running along the western border for 8 8 miles 14 2 km and heads north into Pittsgrove Township in Salem County 155 Route 56 Landis Avenue heads across the city from Pittsgrove Township to its eastern terminus at Route 47 156 County Route 540 Almond Road Park Avenue Landis Avenue enters from the west in Pittsgrove Township and continues for 8 miles 13 km to Buena Vista Township in Atlantic County on the city s eastern border 157 County Route 552 Sherman Avenue Mays Landing Road enters from Deerfield Township in the city s southwest corner and continues for 10 8 miles 17 4 km into Maurice River Township 158 County Route 555 South Main Road North Main Road enters from Millville extending for 8 miles 13 km into Franklin Township 159 Public transportation Edit NJ Transit provides bus transportation on the 313 route between Cape May and Philadelphia on the 408 route between Millville and Philadelphia and on the 553 route between Upper Deerfield Township and Atlantic City 160 161 Two general aviation airports are located nearby Vineland Downstown Airport is located 4 miles 6 4 km northeast of the central business district 162 and Kroelinger Airport 3 miles 4 8 km north 163 Parks and recreation EditThe Cumberland Cape Atlantic YMCA is in Vineland 164 The corporate name was changed from Vineland YMCA as the board of directors decided to expand the organization s service area to Atlantic County and Cape May County 165 There was a previous YMCA building in Millville that in August 1990 stopped operations 166 In late 1997 Millville Housing Authority purchased the building which opened as the Holly City Development Corp Family Center in 2001 167 Notable people EditSee also Category People from Vineland New Jersey People who were born in residents of or otherwise closely associated with Vineland include Hakeem Abdul Shaheed born 1959 convicted drug dealer and organized crime leader 168 Nelson Albano born 1954 member of the New Jersey General Assembly who has represented the 1st Legislative District 169 Nicholas Asselta born 1951 member of the New Jersey Senate who served on the Vineland Board of Education 1993 96 Vineland Planning Board 1992 93 and Vineland Environmental Commission 1992 93 170 Johnny Austin 1910 1983 trumpeter who played with the Glenn Miller Orchestra before forming the Johnny Austin Orchestra in 1947 171 Herman Bank 1916 2012 mechanical engineer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory who oversaw the design of several early spacecraft 172 Wallace M Beakley 1903 1975 naval aviator who was a vice admiral in the United States Navy 173 Obie Bermudez born 1977 Latin Grammy winner for Best Male Pop Vocal Album in 2005 174 Stanley Brotman 1924 2014 Judge of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey 175 Robert Neil Butler 1927 2010 first director of the National Institute on Aging 176 Glenn Carbonara born 1966 former professional soccer player 177 Thomas Chisholm 1866 1960 Christian songwriter who wrote Great Is Thy Faithfulness 178 Jamil Demby born 1996 offensive tackle on the practice squad of the Los Angeles Rams of the NFL 179 Dick Errickson 1912 1999 pitcher who played in MLB for the Boston Bees Braves and the Chicago Cubs 180 Sam Fiocchi born 1952 member of the New Jersey General Assembly from the 1st Legislative District from 2014 to 2016 181 Darren Ford born 1985 MLB outfielder who played for the San Francisco Giants 182 183 Ted Ford born 1947 former MLB outfielder who played for the Cleveland Indians and Texas Rangers 184 Chris Gheysens born c 1972 president and chief executive officer of Wawa Inc 185 Henry H Goddard 1866 1957 psychologist and eugenicist and author of The Kallikak Family who headed the Vineland Training School for Feeble Minded Girls and Boys where he introduced the term moron to describe a mild form of mental retardation 186 Jeremiah Hacker 1801 1895 Quaker reformer and journalist 187 Lee Hull born 1965 football coach and former player who was the head football coach at Morgan State University from 2014 to 2015 188 Alan Kotok 1941 2006 computer scientist known for his contributions to the Internet and World Wide Web 189 R Bruce Land born 1950 politician and former corrections officer who has represented the 1st Legislative District in the New Jersey General Assembly since 2016 190 Charles K Landis 1833 1900 founder of Vineland 29 Layle Lane 1893 1976 African American educator and civil rights activist 191 Miles Lerman 1920 2008 Holocaust survivor who fought as a Jewish resistance fighter during World War II in Nazi occupied Poland and helped to plan and create the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D C 192 Matthew Lipman 1923 2010 founder of Philosophy for Children 193 Jillian Loyden born 1985 soccer goalkeeper 194 195 Fred Lucas 1903 1987 MLB outfielder who played briefly for the Philadelphia Phillies during the 1935 season 196 Soraida Martinez born 1956 artist designer and social activist known for creating the art style of Verdadism 197 John Landis Mason 1832 1902 inventor of the Mason jar 198 Matthew W Milam born 1961 politician who served in the New Jersey General Assembly from 2008 to 2013 199 Don Money born 1947 professional baseball player 200 Ryan Ogren born 2000 musician who has performed as part of Over It and Runner Runner 201 John Pascarella born 1966 soccer coach who serves as head coach of USL Championship club OKC Energy FC 202 Lou Piccone born 1949 wide receiver and kick returner who played in the NFL for the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills during his nine seasons in the league 203 James Louis Schad 1917 2002 auxiliary bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden from 1966 to 1993 204 Jeret Schroeder born 1969 former driver in the Indy Racing League 205 Chad Severs born 1982 professional soccer player 206 Walter H Seward 1896 2008 supercentenarian who was at the time of his death at the age of 111 the third oldest verified man living in the United States 207 Walter L Shaw 1916 1996 telecommunications engineer and inventor who ended up supplying the Mafia with black boxes capable of making free and untraceable telephone calls 208 Young Steff born 1988 R amp B Hip Hop and Pop singer songwriter 209 Marc Stern attorney business executive and philanthropist who serves as the chairman of the TCW Group 210 Muriel Streeter 1913 1995 artist known for her surrealist paintings 211 Mary Treat 1830 1923 naturalist botanist and correspondent with Charles Darwin who was the author of Injurious Insects of the Farm and Field 1882 212 Gina Thompson born 1973 R amp B singer whose song The Things That You Do peaked at number 41 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts and number 12 on Billboard s Hot R amp B Hip Hop Singles amp Tracks Chart 213 Mike Trout born 1991 Major League Baseball outfielder was born in Vineland 214 Richard Veenfliet 1843 1922 painter 215 Vic Voltaggio born 1941 Major League Baseball umpire from 1977 to 1996 216 John H Ware III 1908 1997 member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania 217 Anthony Watson born 1989 American born skeleton racer who competed on behalf of Jamaica in the 2018 Winter Olympics becoming the first athlete to represent the Caribbean nation in the winter sport 218 Mona Weissmark psychologist who has focused on intergenerational justice 219 Thomas Bramwell Welch 1825 1903 discoverer of the pasteurization process to prevent the fermentation of grape juice 220 Elmer H Wene 1892 1957 represented New Jersey s 2nd congressional district from 1937 to 1939 and from 1941 to 1945 221 Freda L Wolfson born 1954 District Judge for the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey 222 Clarence M York 1867 1906 attorney who served as a law clerk to the justices of the Supreme Court of the United States 223 References Edit a b c d e f 2019 Census Gazetteer Files New Jersey Places United States Census Bureau Accessed July 1 2020 a b US Gazetteer files 2010 2000 and 1990 United States Census Bureau 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5 Referendum Merger Defeated in 1929 Wide Interest Noted The New York Times November 25 1951 p 58 Staff New City Set in Jersey 2 Communities Vote to Merge as Vineland on July 1 The New York Times February 6 1952 Accessed February 8 2012 Citizens of Landis Township and Vineland Borough voted by a large majority in a special election today to join forces and become one city Vineland on July 1 Staff Big City Born in Jersey Vineland Borough and Landis Township Plan Fete Tonight The New York Times July 1 1952 Accessed February 8 2012 Hutchinson Viola L The Origin of New Jersey Place Names New Jersey Public Library Commission May 1945 Accessed October 18 2015 Gannett Henry The Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States p 311 United States Government Printing Office 1905 Accessed October 18 2015 a b Our People of the Century Charles K Landis Founder of a City Creator of a Dream Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed November 2 2019 The Communistic Societies of the United States Charles 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celebration following Cake Boss controversy The Press of Atlantic City August 9 2011 Accessed July 26 2012 Vineland Mayor Robert Romano said when he first called The Cake Boss Buddy Valastro of TLC network fame to make a cake for Vineland s 150th birthday celebration it was nothing personal against local bakers it was simply a chance for free publicity Roncace Kelly Dandelions for dinner Vineland to host 40th annual event NJ Advance Media for NJ com April 3 2013 updated March 30 2019 Accessed February 5 2020 For the past 40 years Vineland has celebrated the dandelion yes that little yellow flower most people yank out of the flower bed and toss aside with a festive dinner party Vineland is famous for dandelions because it was a huge crop here planted by Italian immigrants who established homes here Hunter said We still have several local farms here who grow dandelions Emre Merve Barbara Kingsolver s Superficial View of the American Family in the Trump Era The first U S novel to treat the 2016 election at length aims for timeliness rather than genuine insight into a dramatic political moment The Atlantic November 2018 Accessed November 11 2020 The novel Kingsolver s eighth chronicles Willa s attempt to save her dead aunt s house a crumbling Victorian mansion in Vineland New Jersey An actual old Temperance town whose soil once made it attractive to glassmakers and chicken farmers and the founders of Welch s Grape Juice Vineland lost its raison d etre after a line of pesticide manufacturers poisoned the land and fled along with many of the town s jobs and a noticeable portion of its white people Vineland Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed November 2 2019 Vineland is New Jersey s largest city in area Locality Search State of New Jersey Accessed May 8 2015 Areas touching Vineland MapIt Accessed March 8 2020 Map of Cumberland County New Jersey Department of Transportation Accessed October 28 2019 New Jersey Municipal Boundaries New Jersey Department of Transportation 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Potter and company 1877 Accessed November 10 2013 Landis was created a township in 1864 from the township of Millville Its population in 1870 was 7 079 The thriving town of Vineland is in this township It is a place of considerable note having increased greater in population than any other city in the state Staff A compendium of the ninth census 1870 p 258 United States Census Bureau 1872 Accessed November 10 2013 Porter Robert Percival Preliminary Results as Contained in the Eleventh Census Bulletins Volume III 51 to 75 p 97 United States Census Bureau 1890 Accessed November 10 2013 Thirteenth Census of the United States 1910 Population by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 1910 1900 1890 United States Census Bureau p 336 Accessed November 10 2013 Fifteenth Census of the United States 1930 Population Volume I United States Census Bureau p 715 Accessed February 8 2012 Totals for 1910 1930 represent combined population of Landis township 6 435 in 1910 10 402 in 1920 and 14 047 in 1930 and Vineland borough 5 282 in 1910 6 432 in 1920 and 7 556 in 1930 Table 6 New Jersey Resident Population by Municipality 1930 1990 New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development Accessed February 8 2012 a b c d e Census 2000 Profiles of Demographic Social Economic Housing Characteristics for Vineland city New Jersey Archived August 1 2013 at the Wayback Machine United States Census Bureau Accessed February 8 2012 a b c d e DP 1 Profile of General Demographic Characteristics 2000 Census 2000 Summary File 1 SF 1 100 Percent Data for Vineland city Cumberland County New Jersey Archived February 12 2020 at archive today United States Census Bureau Accessed July 26 2012 DP03 Selected Economic Characteristics from the 2006 2010 American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates for Vineland city Cumberland County New Jersey Archived February 12 2020 at archive today United States Census Bureau Accessed February 8 2012 Urban Enterprise Zone Tax Questions and Answers New Jersey Department of Community Affairs May 2009 Accessed October 28 2019 The Urban Enterprise Zone Program UEZ was enacted in 1983 It authorized the designation of ten zones by the New Jersey Urban Enterprise Zone Authority Camden Newark Bridgeton Trenton Plainfield Elizabeth Jersey City Kearny Orange and Millville Vineland joint zone Urban Enterprise Zone Program New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Accessed October 27 2019 Businesses participating in the UEZ Program can charge half the standard sales tax rate on certain purchases currently 3 3125 effective 1 1 2018 Urban Enterprise Zone Effective and Expiration Dates New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Accessed January 8 2018 The Main Street Approach Archived June 13 2011 at the Wayback Machine Main Street Vineland Accessed August 27 2011 In 2005 Vineland was designated a Main Street Community This designation is part of a state and national revitalization program that is intended to help businesses make the most of their location whether it is on Landis Avenue or elsewhere in the Main Street District The Faulkner Act New Jersey s Optional Municipal Charter Law Archived October 12 2013 at the Wayback Machine New Jersey State League of Municipalities July 2007 Accessed November 10 2013 Inventory of Municipal Forms of Government in New Jersey Rutgers University Center for Government Studies July 1 2011 Accessed November 18 2019 Barlas Thomas Vineland may switch elections from May to November The Press of Atlantic City April 6 2011 Accessed July 26 2012 Vineland Local residents likely will elect a mayor and City Council candidates in November starting next year City Council will introduce an ordinance when it meets at 7 30 p m Tuesday that would move the municipality s non partisan election from May to November Mayor s Office City of Vineland Accessed November 2 2019 2019 Municipal Data Sheet City of Vineland Accessed November 2 2019 2018 Directory of Cumberland County New Jersey Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed September 15 2019 General Election Results November 8 2016 Official Results Cumberland County New Jersey updated November 18 2016 Accessed January 30 2017 Leonard Nicole Vineland City Council swears in new member to fill vacant seat The Press of Atlantic City November 14 2018 Accessed November 3 2019 City Council swore in a new member Tuesday to fill an open seat left by former Councilwoman Angela Calakos Elizabeth Arthur who has previously served as both an appointed and elected member of the Vineland Board of Education was approved for the position by council vote and will serve until the next general election in November 2019 If elected she would complete the term through 2020 Woods Don E Vineland celebrates new vision at inauguration for Mayor Ruben Bermudez council South Jersey Times January 5 2013 Accessed January 10 2013 Promising a new vision Ruben Bermudez the first Hispanic mayor of Vineland said that he will battle the many ills that impact the quality of life for city residents Plan Components Report New Jersey Redistricting Commission December 23 2011 Accessed February 1 2020 2019 New Jersey Citizen s Guide to Government New Jersey League of Women Voters Accessed October 30 2019 Districts by Number for 2011 2020 New Jersey Legislature Accessed January 6 2013 Directory of Representatives New Jersey United States House of Representatives Accessed January 3 2019 1 United States Senate Accessed April 30 2021 He now owns a home and lives in Newark s Central Ward community Biography of Bob Menendez United States Senate January 26 2015 Menendez who started his political career in Union City moved in September from Paramus to one of Harrison s new apartment buildings near the town s PATH station 2 United States Senate Accessed April 30 2021 Booker Cory A D NJ Class II Menendez Robert D NJ Class I Legislative Roster 2020 2021 Session New Jersey Legislature Accessed October 15 2021 District 1 Legislators New Jersey Legislature Accessed October 15 2021 About Cumberland County Government Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 By law Cumberland County is allowed 7 freeholders who serve staggered overlapping three year terms Two are elected in two successive years three in the third year elected from the county at large A Director of the Board is selected by his colleagues for a one year term Joseph Derella Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 Darlene Barber Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 George Castellini Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 Carol Musso Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 James F Quinn Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 Joseph V Sparacio Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 Jack Surrency Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 The Cumberland County Board of Chosen Freeholders Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 a b 2018 Directory of Cumberland County New Jersey Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 2018 County Data Sheet Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 County Clerk Celeste M Riley Cumberland County Clerk s Office Accessed June 7 2018 Members List Clerks Constitutional Officers Association of New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 Sheriff s Office Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 Members List Sheriffs Constitutional Officers Association of New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 Cumberland County Surrogate Office Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 Members List Surrogates Constitutional Officers Association of New Jersey Accessed June 7 2018 Voter Registration Summary Cumberland New Jersey Department of State Division of Elections March 23 2011 Accessed October 24 2012 Presidential General Election Results November 6 2012 Cumberland County PDF New Jersey Department of Elections March 15 2013 Retrieved December 24 2014 Number of Registered Voters and Ballots Cast November 6 2012 General Election Results Cumberland County PDF New Jersey Department of Elections March 15 2013 Retrieved December 24 2014 2008 Presidential General Election Results Cumberland County New Jersey Department of State Division of Elections December 23 2008 Accessed October 24 2012 2004 Presidential Election Cumberland County New Jersey Department of State Division of Elections December 13 2004 Accessed October 24 2012 Governor Cumberland County PDF New Jersey Department of Elections January 29 2014 Retrieved December 24 2014 Number of Registered Voters and Ballots Cast November 5 2013 General Election Results Cumberland County PDF New Jersey Department of Elections January 29 2014 Retrieved December 24 2014 2009 Governor Cumberland County Archived July 7 2016 at the Wayback Machine New Jersey Department of State Division of Elections December 31 2009 Accessed October 24 2012 Vineland Board of Education Bylaws 0110 Identification Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Purpose The Board of Education exists for the purpose of providing a thorough and efficient system of free public education in grades Pre Kindergarten through twelve in the Vineland School District Composition The Vineland School District is comprised of all the area within the municipal boundaries of Vineland Abbott School Districts New Jersey Department of Education Accessed March 1 2020 What We Do New Jersey Schools Development Authority Accessed March 1 2020 SDA Districts New Jersey Schools Development Authority Accessed March 1 2020 District information for Vineland School District National Center for Education Statistics Accessed November 2 2019 School Data for the Vineland Public Schools National Center for Education Statistics Accessed November 1 2019 Casimer M Dallago Jr Preschool Center Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Dane Barse Elementary School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Solve D Ippolito Elementary School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Marie Durand School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Edward Johnstone School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Dr William Mennies Elementary School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Pauline J Petway Elementary School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Anthony Rossi Elementary School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Gloria M Sabater Elementary School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Dr John H Winslow Elementary School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Sgt Dominick Pilla Middle School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Veterans Memorial Middle School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Thomas W Wallace Jr Middle School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Vineland High School Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 Cunningham Academy Vineland Public Schools Accessed February 3 2020 New Jersey School Directory for the Vineland Public Schools New Jersey Department of Education Accessed December 29 2016 Admissions Cumberland County Technology Education Center Accessed October 30 2019 We specialize in technical education to offer students a chance to explore various careers and assist them in developing the skills they need to be successful We are a full time high school in a state of the art facility designed to maximize learning and hands on skills Woods Don E Tour Cumberland County tech school s new 70M campus NJ com August 16 2016 Accessed October 15 2017 Vineland Seventeen months and approximately 70 million went into the construction of Cumberland County Technical Education Center s new state of the art campus in time for the incoming class of 2020 Starting this year CCTEC will be a four year full time high school and its inaugural class 241 students will be entering the hallways on Sept 12 The Cumberland County Improvement Authority handled the construction of the 200 000 square foot school History Cumberland Christian School Accessed August 27 2011 Home Page Bishop Schad Regional School Accessed October 20 2016 Home Page Saint Mary School Accessed October 20 2016 Catholic Schools Directory Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden Accessed October 20 2016 Bishop to announce school planning decisions Nov 29 Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden Retrieved March 31 2021 Woods Don E Sacred Heart students in Vineland mourn the closing of their Catholic high school NJ com April 12 2013 Accessed October 20 2016 The Board of Limited Jurisdiction the governing body of the school which opened in 1927 broke the word to students and staff on Thursday night that the Diocese of Camden had decided to close Sacred Heart citing declining enrollment Cook Jim Jr January 21 2012 Three Catholic schools closing in Cumberland County region Nj com Retrieved April 1 2021 For high school students St Joes in Hammonton is the closest to attend Yates Riley 5 N J Catholic schools to close including South Jersey football powerhouse NJ Advance Media for NJ com April 17 2020 Accessed February 19 2021 Five Catholic schools in southern New Jersey are closing permanently and include Saint Joseph High School in Hammonton a b The Ellison School in Vineland abruptly closes midway through year Vineland Daily Journal December 20 2019 Retrieved September 14 2020 School History Archived August 9 2007 at the Wayback Machine Ellison School Accessed August 27 2011 Coppola Anthony V February 13 2020 How this small private school is handling its growth The Daily Journal Retrieved September 14 2020 2010 CENSUS CENSUS BLOCK MAP Millville city NJ PDF U S Census Bureau p 2 Retrieved April 1 2021 Page 2 has the map of the relevant area Streets Map PDF Millville New Jersey Retrieved April 1 2021 Cumberland County College indicated Cumberland Campus Map PDF Rowan College of South Jersey Retrieved April 1 2021 Compare with the two city maps Home Vineland Public Library Retrieved April 1 2021 About Us Delsea Drive In Accessed July 30 2013 Genovese Peter Vineland drive in movie theater a ticket to the past The Star Ledger August 31 2011 Accessed July 26 2012 When the Route 35 Drive In in Hazlet closed in 1991 New Jersey the birthplace of the drive in was left without a drive in theater It stayed that way until 2004 when DeLeonardis purchased and re opened the Delsea Drive in which had closed in 1987 Howard Jen The Delsea Drive in keeps a vintage summer tradition alive WHYY newsworks July 15 2011 Accessed August 27 2011 Delonardis feels his drive in must be the best partly because it s the only one in New Jersey the birthplace of the drive in In 1933 the first one opened on Admiral Wilson Boulevard in Pennsauken Palace of Depression Vineland New Jersey RoadsideAmerica com Retrieved September 15 2018 Metz Holly Kirchner Kristian March 1 2018 George Daynor Palace of Depression SPACES Retrieved September 15 2018 Barlas Thomas Landis MarketPlace in Vineland welcomes first customers The Press of Atlantic City May 5 2011 Accessed August 27 2011 Woods Don E August 14 2015 Landis MarketPlace now under Vineland ownership after Amish departure NJ com Retrieved September 15 2018 DeRosier John February 29 2016 Pizzeria owner the last man standing at Landis MarketPlace Press of Atlantic City Retrieved September 15 2018 Vineland Historical amp Antiquarian Society VisitNJ com Accessed June 26 2017 Broder John M Without Superfund Tax Stimulus Aids Cleanups The New York Times April 25 2009 Accessed August 27 2011 Vineland s former owners now deceased paid 3 million toward a cleanup that began a decade ago and has already cost more than 120 million The site will get 10 million to 25 million in stimulus money to speed a continuing project to purge arsenic and other chemicals from soil and water on the site s 54 acres Cumberland County Mileage by Municipality and Jurisdiction New Jersey Department of Transportation May 2010 Accessed November 10 2013 Route 47 Straight Line Diagram New Jersey Department of Transportation March 2008 Accessed November 10 2013 Route 55 Straight Line Diagram New Jersey Department of Transportation January 2009 Accessed November 10 2013 Route 56 Straight Line Diagram New Jersey Department of Transportation February 2009 Accessed November 10 2013 County Route 540 Straight Line Diagram New Jersey Department of Transportation October 2006 Accessed November 10 2013 County Route 552 Straight Line Diagram New Jersey Department of Transportation October 2006 Accessed November 10 2013 County Route 555 Straight Line Diagram New Jersey Department of Transportation October 2006 Accessed November 10 2013 Buses Archived June 25 2018 at the Wayback Machine Cross County Connection Accessed November 10 2013 Transportation Plan Cumberland County NJ Cumberland County Planning Board March 2013 Accessed October 31 2019 Vineland Downstown Airport 28N New Jersey Department of Transportation Accessed November 10 2013 Kroelinger Airport 29N New Jersey Department of Transportation Accessed November 10 2013 Cumberland Cape Atlantic YMCA installs new board officers The Daily Journal February 28 2018 Retrieved April 24 2021 Kathy Farinaccio second vice president secretary commented The YMCA s value is priceless for providing families in Cumberland Cape May and Atlantic Counties a healthy active and vibrant environment Home Cumberland Cape Atlantic YMCA October 19 2001 Retrieved April 26 2021 The Board of Directors of the YMCA Facility Description Holly City Family Center March 16 2001 Retrieved April 26 2021 Home Holly City Development Corp September 25 2001 Retrieved April 26 2021 Schurman Mike and Gonzales Patrisia The Downfall Of A Drug Kingdom In A C The Philadelphia Inquirer June 11 1989 Accessed October 18 2015 Like an imperial highness Hakeem Abdul Shaheed was prone to wearing a St Edward s crown a bejeweled gold crown around a red cushion that is a symbol of the British monarchy And from his ranch home in Vineland Shaheed a k a Robert Midget Molley ruled quite a kingdom a drug kingdom that law enforcement authorities say spanned the clapboard housing neighborhoods of Mays Landing to the crumbling Atlantic City housing projects Assembly Member Nelson Albano profile Project Vote Smart Accessed August 8 2007 Senator Nicholas Asselta New Jersey Legislature backed up by the Internet Archive as of December 18 2007 Accessed February 8 2012 Garraty John Arthur and Carnes Mark Christopher Austin Johnny p 762 American National Biography Oxford University Press 1999 ISBN 9780195127805 Accessed November 10 2013 Austin Johnny 23 Dec 1910 14 Feb 1983 musician was born John A Augustine in Vineland New Jersey the son of Samuel Augustine and Henrietta Labriola occupations unknown Nelson Valerie J Herman Bank dies at 96 engineer designed collapsible surfboard While working as a JPL rocket boy Herman Bank invented the suitcase surfboard for easier transport He also helped develop medical technology Los Angeles Times November 12 2012 Accessed November 10 2013 He was born Oct 26 1916 in Vineland N J to Max and Sophie Bank Russian Jewish immigrants who later moved to Los Angeles and ran a small market in Hollywood Adm Beakley Dies Led Pacific Fleet The New York Times January 18 1975 Accessed April 26 2020 He was born in Vineland N J At the United States Naval Academy from which he graduated in 1924 he starred on the lacrosse and soccer teams Jackson Vincent Vineland s Obie Bermudez A Winner At Latin Grammys The Press of Atlantic City November 5 2005 Accessed October 18 2015 Latin pop singer Obie Bermudez a 1995 Vineland High School graduate won his first Latin Grammy Award Thursday in the category of Best Male Pop Album beating out Marc Anthony and three other vocalists Staff Tribute to Judge Stanley S Brotman Seton Hall Law Review 1990 1991 Accessed October 18 2015 Born in Vineland New Jersey on July 27 1974 Judge Brotman first answered his country s call to service during the Second World War Martin Douglas Robert Butler Aging Expert Is Dead at 83 The New York Times July 7 2010 Accessed October 18 2015 Dr Butler s mission emerged from his childhood he wrote in his book His parents had scarcely named him Robert Neil Butler before splitting up 11 months after his birth on Jan 21 1927 in Manhattan He went to live with his maternal grandparents on a chicken farm in Vineland N J Weinberg David Carbonara Making Waves On Defense The Press of Atlantic City May 11 2001 Accessed February 8 2012 Vineland native Glenn Carbonara is one victory away from adding another championship to his professional soccer resume Staff Rev Thomas Chisholm 93 Dies Wrote 1 200 Protestant Hymns The New York Times March 2 1960 Accessed August 8 2012 Ocean Grove N J March 1 The Rev Thomas O Chisholm author of 1 200 Protestant hymns and devotional verse died tonight at the Methodist Home here In 1916 Mr Chisholm moved to Vineland where he went into the insurance business McGurk Tom Jamil Demby works out for two NFL teams in Vineland The Daily Journal New Jersey April 4 2018 Accessed May 27 2018 The National Football League came to Vineland on Wednesday Later this month a city native son hopes to go to the NFL Jamil Demby a star offensive lineman at Vineland High School and the University of Maine worked out for coaches and scouts from the Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 49ers at the Joseph E Romano Sports Complex Dick Errickson Society for American Baseball Research Accessed October 25 2018 Born 3 5 1912 at Vineland NJ USA Died 11 28 1999 at Vineland NJ USA Assemblyman Samuel L Fiocchi New Jersey Legislature Accessed October 18 2015 Coppola Anthony Vineland s Darren Ford joins MLB s San Francisco Giants Archived February 4 2013 at archive today The Daily Journal New Jersey September 2 2010 Accessed August 15 2011 Darren Ford received some Giant news late Tuesday evening The 2004 Vineland High School graduate was promoted to the Major League Baseball club in San Francisco ending his current stint with the Double A Richmond Flying Squirrels Darren Ford Major League Baseball Accessed August 15 2011 http www baseball almanac com players player php p fordte01 Ted Ford Baseball Almanac Accessed October 25 2018 Ted Ford was born on Friday February 7 1947 in Vineland New Jersey DiStefano Joseph N The Long and Shorti of It Archived September 19 2015 at the Wayback Machine SJU Magazine Summer 2012 Accessed October 8 2015 Wawa President Chris Gheysens 05 M B A wakes up and smells the coffee every day whether he s rallying management and store associates sifting new product sales and cost analytics or pairing breakfast with a fresh brewed cup Gheysens a native of Vineland N J whose father ran a chain of car washes was taught compatible ideals in his own Catholic schooling he graduated from St Augustine Prep and Villanova University Staff Veneerable Institutions Help Define Vineland The Daily Journal New Jersey May 23 2006 Accessed November 10 2013 he building housed the famous Dr Henry H Goddard a highly esteemed psychologist and one of the original directors He was the first American academic to translate the Binet IQ test from French into English in the early 1900s Staff The News of New Jersey The Strange and Weird Funeral of Atheist Jeremiah Hacker Daily True American September 2 1895 Accessed January 20 2011 Friedman Josh Vineland grad named Indianapolis Colts receivers coach The Daily Journal New Jersey February 9 2016 Accessed October 25 2018 Toward the end of their conversation Chudzinski asked Hull a 1984 Vineland High School graduate if he d have any interest in Indy s vacant wide receivers coaching job Marquard Bryan Alan Kotok he tred vanguard of computers with brilliance wit Boston Globe June 6 2006 accessed April 25 2007 Born in Philadelphia Mr Kotok was an only child and grew up in Vineland N J where his father owned a hardware store Staff 2015 Election 1st Legislative District Democrats The Daily Journal New Jersey October 28 2015 Accessed August 18 2016 Land a Vineland resident is a Millville native who picked up decorations for valor as a sergeant with the 101st Airborne Division in the Vietnam War Schierenback Jack Lost and Found The Incredible Life and Times of Miss Layle Lane American Educator Vol 24 No 4 Winter 2000 2001 Accessed October 25 2018 What we do know is that a few years later Rev Lane picked up the family and moved to Vineland N J At Vineland High School 13 year old Layle had her first taste of integration A good student she was the school s first black graduate Our People of the Century Miles Lerman A Holocaust Survivor Archived September 27 2011 at the Wayback Machine Cumberland County New Jersey Accessed August 27 2011 Miles Lerman a Vineland businessman traveled throughout the U S and Europe collecting artifacts and money to build the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D C Martin Douglas Matthew Lipman Philosopher and Educator Dies at 87 The New York Times January 14 2011 Accessed October 25 2018 Matthew Lipman was born on Aug 24 1923 in Vineland N J via Associated Press Vineland native Jillian Loyden added to U S women s soccer training camp roster The Press of Atlantic City April 11 2011 Accessed August 27 2011 Jillian Loyden Archived July 23 2011 at the Wayback Machine Villanova University Accessed July 17 2011 Fred Lucas The Baseball Cube Accessed October 25 2018 Born Date January 19 1903 Place Vineland New Jersey Martinez Soraida Soraida s Verdadism The Intellectual Voice of a Puerto Rican Woman on Canvas Unique Controversial Images and Style p 100 Soraida 1999 ISBN 9780967671901 Accessed October 25 2018 Soraida s parents separated when she was fourteen and her mother moved the family to Vineland a small southern New Jersey town where Puerto Ricans were generally not accepted Carnes Mark C ed Mason John Landis in American National Biography Supplement 2 p 369 Oxford University Press 2005 ISBN 9780195222029 Accessed November 12 2013 Mulvihill Geoff via Associated Press Emotion high over NJ plan to close disability home The San Diego Union Tribune June 19 2011 Accessed June 26 2017 Assemblyman Matthew Milam a Democrat from Vineland said closing it would hurt not just the families of those who work at the center but also vendors and others in an area with a fragile economy Geracle Bud Gone but not forgotten The Milwaukee Sentinel February 18 1985 Accessed May 30 2016 Don Money Now tending his farm in Vineland N J Van Embden Edward Vineland native Ryan Ogren frontman in the band Runner Runner to play Tuesday on Jimmy Kimmel Live The Press of Atlantic City July 20 2010 updated June 20 2019 Accessed August 28 2020 Former Vineland resident Ryan Ogren and his band will perform for an audience of about 1 7 million tonight Bennett Kyle Men s Soccer Makes Splash in Latest Head Coaching Hire Rowan College of South Jersey September 1 2017 Accessed October 19 2020 Vineland natives John Pascarella and Glenn Carbonara will take the reigns as the new Head Coach and Assistant Coach respectively Wallace William N Football Free Agents Grass Isn t Greener The New York Times April 23 1978 Accessed October 16 2011 It s not doing much for me said Piccone the other day by telephone from his home in Vineland N J Pray Rusty Bishop James L Schad leader in Camden Diocese The Philadelphia Inquirer March 29 2002 Accessed October 18 2015 Bishop Schad who grew up in Vineland N J and graduated from Sacred Heart High School in the town in 1935 wanted to be a priest forever said his brother Louis Staff IRL Jeret Schroeder Lands Tri Star Ride Motrosport com December 6 1999 Accessed June 26 2017 Larry Curry Tony Stewart Andy Card and Rick Ehrgott of Tri Star Motorsports announced today that they have signed Jeret Schroeder of Vineland N J to drive one of their Dallara Auroras in Indy Racing League IRL events in 2000 including the Indianapolis 500 Staff Former Raider soccer star succeeding in the sales field for Red Bull Ocean City Gazette November 29 2013 Accessed October 18 2015 Severs was born in Vineland and began playing soccer when he was 4 years old Mueller Mark Rutgers oldest alumnus Walter Seward dies at 111 The Star Ledger September 15 2008 Accessed November 10 2013 A native of Toledo Ohio Seward moved to New Jersey with his parents more than 90 years ago settling in the southern New Jersey community of Vineland Peterson Craig Having Had His Patents Stolen He Now Had a License to Steal CraigPeterson December 5 2008 Accessed October 18 2015 Walter L Shaw was born in Vineland New Jersey in 1917 Staff At The Shore Today Main Event Young Steff in Vineland The Press of Atlantic City December 25 2009 Accessed November 10 2013 What Is It Celebrate the holiday in style with a show by R amp B singer Young Steff Born Stephen Goldsboro he is a Vineland native who returns home for a show at Hangar 84 in Vineland Marc Stern The Los Angeles Coalition Accessed October 18 2015 A native of Vineland New Jersey Mr Stern holds degrees from Dickinson College Columbia University Graduate School of Public Law and Government and Columbia University School of Law Muriel Streeter Smithsonian American Art Museum Accessed April 15 2021 Born Vineland New Jersey Procida Lee Vineland s Mary Treat helped Charles Darwin publish his work The Press of Atlantic City March 23 2012 Accessed June 4 2018 When Charles Darwin needed help finishing his 20th book the legendary English evolutionist turned to an amateur woman naturalist from Vineland named Mary Treat Treat was born in upstate New York in 1830 then married and moved to Vineland in 1868 only a few years after Charles Landis established the town Jackson Vincent Singing Sensation Vineland Native Gina Thompson Achieves Success With R amp B Single The Press of Atlantic City August 11 1996 Accessed January 20 2011 Johnston James earl Top Angels prospect Mike Trout undaunted about beginning 2012 campaign in Bees uniform Deseret News April 2 2012 Accessed July 30 2012 Born in Vineland NJ Trout was a natural from Little League up Richard Veenfliet askART Accessed October 25 2018 d 20 August 1922 Kearny Soldiers Home Vineland N J Van Embden Edward Umpire makes Vineland fame wall The Press of Atlantic City June 1 2009 Accessed November 10 2013 Behind that moment in history and several others was Vineland native Vic Voltaggio Voltaggio 68 is being inducted into the Vineland Hall of Fame tonight at Vineland High School s all sports banquet at Merighi s Savoy Inn in East Vineland Ware John H 3rd 1908 1997 Biographical Directory of the United States Congress Accessed October 18 2015 Ware John Haines III a Representative from Pennsylvania born in Vineland Cumberland County N J August 29 1908 Coppola Anthony V Vineland native to compete in Winter Olympics The Daily Journal New Jersey February 5 2018 Accessed February 21 2018 Anthony Watson was content knowing he d miss the Philadelphia Eagles play in Super Bowl LII After all Watson a Vineland native and 2008 Cumberland Christian graduate had a decent excuse for missing the big game on Sunday Watson 28 is set to represent Jamaica in the Winter Olympics as the country s first ever skeleton competitor Biography Archived May 5 2016 at the Wayback Machine Mona Sue Weissmark Accessed November 10 2013 Mona Sue Weissmark was born in Vineland New Jersey Ostling Richard N via Associated Press Q How much rigidity in communion liquidity The Daily Courier May 17 2002 Accessed January 20 2011 N J Constitutional Convention Vol 2 Page 981 Biographies Of Delegates New Jersey State Library Accessed November 10 2013 Elmer H Wene of Vineland owns and operates the Wene Chick Farms Hatchery the Wene Poultry Laboratories also a general farm in Hunterdon County and is the principal stockholder and president of two important radio stations in New Jersey He resides on East Landis Avenue Vineland Freda L Wolfson New Jersey Law Journal Accessed February 6 2014 Peppers Todd C The Supreme Court And The Curse Of The Gypsy The Tragic Tale Of Clarence Melville York The Green Bag Vol 13 No 2 Accessed October 25 2018 My tale focuses primarily on York who was born in Vineland on November 24 1867 to Sidney P and Elizabeth York External links EditWikimedia Commons has media related to Vineland New Jersey Wikisource has the text of the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica article Vineland Vineland website Vineland Historical and Antiquarian Society Landis Charles K 1903 The founder s own story of the founding of Vineland New Jersey Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Vineland New Jersey amp oldid 1052039748, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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