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Haddonfield 0327

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www.haddonfieldsun.com
MARCH 27-APRIL 2, 2013
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Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Classified . . . . . . . . . . . 25-29Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Police Report . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
School budget adopted
Budget has 1.98 percenttax levy increase.
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Your copy of the HMS Bulldawg Bulletin Jr. is inside!
KATHLEEN DUFFY/The Haddonfield Sun
Caren Izzo, a teacher at Haddonfield Middle School, nervously smiles as her hair is shaved at the high school’s St. Baldrick’s Dayevent in support of childhood cancer on Friday, March 15.
Shaving for St. Baldrick’s Day event
Area offersplethoraof springactivities
By KATHLEEN DUFFY
The Haddonfield Sun
Spring has finally arrived.With warmer temperaturesseeping into the forecast, Haddon-field is lively with a plethora of events on the horizon, from a trib-ute to retiring Mayor Tish Colom-bi to a dancing celebration to theHaddon Fortnightly Home andGarden Tour.Oh, not to mention all the excit-ing tricentennial happenings.Look no further for the detailsabout some of this spring’s antici-pated local events.
Snag some eggs
Local children are in luck onSaturday, March 30.The Haddonfield Y’s Men’sClub is at it again, holding anEaster egg hunt at Crows Woodsbeginning at 10 a.m.Kids can hunt within their agegroup for eggs of all colors.Parents, make sure to bring abasket!
 please see
CUB, page 14
 
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The following reports are onfile with the Haddonfield PoliceDepartment.On March 17 at 10:35 p.m. onthe unit block of Sylvan Lake Av-enue, a complainant reported aman in his early 20s solicitingwithout a permit. Officers spokewith the man who stated that hedidn’t have a permit and was try-ing to sell music gear for a musicstore. He was processed and re-leased for violation of ordinancechapter No. 162.On March 17 at 1:46 p.m. on theunit block of Kings Highway East,a caller advised that two creditcards were stolen from a walletwhile at church. One was anAmerican Express and the otherwas an Orchard Bank Visa card.On March 17 at 7 p.m. on theunit block of Kings HighwayEast, a complainant came toheadquarters to report that be-tween 9:30 and 10:30 a.m., an un-known person stole a small nylonpurple bag out of her handbagthat contained three gift cards.The bag was left unattendedwhile she taught Sunday Schoolat a church.On March 15 at 5:20 p.m. on the100 block of Heritage Road, acomplainant reported a brokenwindow on her back patio withseveral golf balls lying around inher backyard. Officers spoke tothe neighbor to the rear of herproperty and she reported thatone of her sons probably brokethe window. The neighbor agreedto fix the broken window and ex-changed information.
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MARCH 27-APRIL 2, 2013THE HADDONFIELD SUN
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By KATHLEEN DUFFY
The Haddonfield Sun
An average assessed home of $491,359 in the borough will seean increase of $194.40 in schooltaxes per year, or $16.20 permonth, according to Business Ad-ministrator Dawn Leary.The 2013-2014 school budgetwas unanimously adopted byboard members with a 1.98 per-cent tax levy increase at theThursday, March 21 Board of Ed-ucation meeting.“We did not go up to the full 2percent,” Leary said.Ratables are down more than$19 million, which affects thewhole budget, she said.There was, however, a slight in-crease in state aid of $32,348.Now, the budget will be sent toCamden County for final ap-proval, which completes thebudget process for the year, Su-perintendent Richard Perry said.View the complete budgetbreakdown, along with presenta-tions, by visiting http://www.had-donfield.k12.nj.us.Perry plans to make recom-mendations to the buildings andgrounds committee to move for-ward with security initiatives, in-cluding the installation of duressalarms in the district’s three ele-mentary schools.“It puts the whole process inplace with just the push of a but-ton,” he said.The change would be part of the first round of security up-grades.While there are phases to theplan, it is never actually a donedeal, he said.“(Security is) something that’songoing,” he said. “This isn’t theend.”
School budget adopted with1.98 percent tax levy increase
 please see
BOARD, page 12

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