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Hopewell 1002

Hopewell 1002

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OCTOBER 2–8, 2013
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Honoring Burd
Township notes work of formercommitteeman.
Technology updatedin district schools
The Hopewell Sun
Hopewell Valley RegionalSchool District has been imple-menting a lot of new, energy-effi-cient technology throughout itsschools, including security cam-eras at Timberlane MiddleSchool.Over the summer, the districtinstalled 22 cameras inside andoutside the school to monitor theperimeter at all times, said TonySuozzo, principal of TMS.“Now we can see the entireperimeter, which is nice,” he said.There are cameras positionedin all hallways; the main en-trance; the cafeteria; certainareas of the building that arehigh profile, such as the technolo-gy room that houses all theschool’s wiring; the parking lotson the front and side of the build-ing; the bus areas; and the athlet-ic fields.The only areas that aren’tbeing watched are classrooms,Suozzo said.The Board of Education award-ed a $41,560 contract to Edison-based Dynamic Security in Juneto conduct the project, which wascompleted right before studentsbegan school this year.“It was in the master plan,”Suozzo said. “The high school’sproject started about one year agoand finished last spring, and wewere next on the list. There’s aplan to continue moving forward[with installing security cameras]now with all elementary schools.”The perk about the new systemis that Suozzo and his fellow staff members can see the areas thecameras monitor from inside of the school or remotely.“The software is accessible onadministrators’ laptops, and ourcampus safety officer can accessit as well,” Suozzo said. “We canpull it up any time from the build-ing or from home and be able tosee all different interior parts of the building. So in the event of anemergency, we can see remotely if need be.”Suozzo added how the camerasalso act as preventive gear, if anydangerous situations were topresent themselves.“It's comforting to know if weever had a situation, we would beable to see it,” he said. “Even if we had a lockdown or if some-thing was going on outside thatcould impact our building,we could see what’s going on out-side without actually being out-side.”“We’re really excited. It’s beengoing great,” Suozzo said.
HEATHER FIORE/The Hopewell Sun
Tony Suozzo, principal at Timberlane Middle School,displays the new security software that was installedat the school over the summer, which can be ac-cessed from within the building or remotely on de-vices such as an iPad. There were 22 new cameras in-stalled inside and outside the building in areas suchas hallways, cafeterias and parking lots.
Security cameras installed at Timberlane
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The Hopewell Sun
Although James Burd isn’tpart of the Hopewell TownshipCommittee anymore, he surelyhasn’t been forgotten.At the Committee’s meeting onSept. 23, members passed a reso-lution recognizing Burd’s accom-plishments and service to theHopewell Valley communitythroughout his six-year stint onthe governing body. As a result of injuries he sustained during a falllast month, Burd was forced to re-sign on Sept. 17.Despite his early departurefrom the dais, Burd accomplisheda long list of things during histerm on Committee, including hisposition as mayor in 2011, wherehe “brought the community to-gether around the infamous‘Chicken Ordinance,’ addressingthe complex issue of sustainabili-ty, property owners’ rights andpublic health with his unique mixof humor and patience,” the reso-lution reads.“Jim was instrumental in thecrafting of a comprehensive deermanagement plan, the develop-ment of a forward-thinking af-fordable housing program, theconstruction of a state-of-the-artrecreation facility at Twin Pines,and led numerous other commu-nity-focused initiatives … and hasserved the community beyond hisofficial responsibilities throughthe years as a church leader, as aScoutmaster, as a wresting coach,as a neighbor, as a public advo-cate and as a friend to many,” theresolution continues.All Committee members hon-ored Burd, including Committee-man Michael Markulec, who saidhe “represents Hopewell Valley.”“Jim has become a good friendof mine over the past seven years.In some ways, he’s been a mentorand to others a friend,” he said.“He is Hopewell Valley.”Committeeman Allen Cannonadded to Markluec’s comments,stating that Burd is “a credit towhat leadership is.”“We hope that he has a speedyrecovery,” Cannon said.Mayor Vanessa Sandom echoedCannon’s comments.“Jim's presence on the Town-ship Committee will be greatlymissed,” she said. “He has alwaysbeen a tireless volunteer, whetherworking with Habitat for Human-ity in Trenton and along the Gulf Coast or his longstanding recordof community involvement withsuch groups as the Scouts orYMCA. Our thoughts and prayersare with Jim and his family for afull and speedy recovery so he cansoon get back to what he loves somuch – helping others and im-proving our community.”
Committee notes Burd’s accomplishments
Committeeman resigned last month due to personal injury 

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