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MAY 8-14, 2013
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
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Consulting firm hired
to study waterways. PAGE 12
School hosts annual International Night
BY HEATHER FIORE
The Montgomery Sun
On April 19, more than 300 peo-
ple crowded the Montgomery
High School Commons for the In-
ternational Club’s annual
fundraising event, International
Night.
International Night is the
club’s last fundraiser of the year,
where MHS students and teach-
ers perform cultural talents, fol-
lowed by a potluck international
buffet.
The international buffet con-
sists of a variety of cultural dish-
es, donated by the families that at-
tend the event each year. This
year, there were more than 50 dif-
ferent foods from around the
globe, including Indian vegetable
pulao, Indian samosas, vegetable
fried rice and sushi.
“I have been involved with this
event for the 16 years I have run
it,” said Susanne Asral, advisor of
the International Club and Span-
ish teacher at MHS. “I’m in
charge of helping the students or-
ganize the event, from recruiting
talented performers to preparing
decorations and advertising.”
Asral essentially oversees the
event, leaving the details in the
hands of students.
“There is an incredible amount
of planning involved,” she said.
“After I get the students started, I
encourage them to carry out the
GURVEEN THAKKAR/Special to The Sun
One of the performances at the Montgomery High School International Club's International Night, a Spanish dance known as ‘Cumbia: La
Pollera Colora,’ featured MHS' Spanish teachers. please see CLUB, page 11
2 THE MONTGOMERY SUN — MAY 8-14, 2013
EMS to hold Annual
Open House May 19
Montgomery EMS will be hold-
ing its annual Open
House/Health Fair on Sunday,
May 19 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
MEMS is located at 8 Harlingen
Road in Belle Mead.
The Montgomery Police De-
partment will be offering a Kid
Prints ID Cards. At 10:30 a.m.,
members of Montgomery Volun-
teer Fire No. 2 and Montgomery
EMS will demonstrate passenger
extrication from a “motor vehicle
crash."
Throughout the event, the
Montgomery Health Department,
together with the Somerset-Mor-
ris Regional Chronic Disease
Coalition, will provide informa-
tion about emergency prepared-
ness and offer skin cancer screen-
ing. Montgomery EMS will give
blood pressure screenings and
ambulance tours. Montgomery
volunteer fire No. 1 will be offer-
ing fire truck tours.
The University Medical Center
of Princeton will provide body
mass index testing and Princeton
Health and Wellness will offer
functional movement testing.
There will also be face painting
for the kids and Montgomery
Moms will hold a bake sale.
For the complete schedule of
events, go to mems47.org.
Send us your Montgomery news
Drop us an email at news@themontgomerysun.com.
4 THE MONTGOMERY SUN — MAY 8-14, 2013
Great for Mom, Dad or Grad!
POLICE REPORTs
This information was provid-
ed by the Montgomery Township
Police Department.
On April 21 at 4:56 p.m., Mont-
gomery Police responded to
Route 206 north of Griggstown
Road for a motor vehicle crash in-
volving a motorcycle. A 52-year-
old male was traveling south-
bound on Route 206 on a 1979
Harley Davidson Sportster when
he lost control and crashed. A
witness reported that he was ap-
proaching a line of vehicles that
was stopping for the traffic signal
at Griggstown Road when he
skidded and lost control of the
motorcycle. The man was treated
at the scene by Montgomery EMS
and Somerset MICU before being
airlifted to Robert Wood Johnson
Hospital in New Brunswick
where he was listed in critical
condition.
No other vehicles were in-
volved in the crash.
Route 206 was closed to traffic
between Griggstown Road and
Pike Run Road for approximately
2 1/2 hours while police conduct-
ed an investigation.
On April 24, the man died at
the hospital as a result of his in-
juries.
On April 13 at 4:32 p.m., a 54-
year-old female was driving her
2011 Mercedes 350 northbound on
The Great Road when a 2011
Honda CRV being driven by an
81-year-old male crossed over the
double yellow lines and collided
with her vehicle. Montgomery
Township Emergency Medical
Services Fire Companies No. 1
and No. 2 and Mercer County
Paramedics responded to the
scene and had to extricate the 81-
year-old male, who was trapped
in his vehicle. The Great Road re-
mained closed for about an hour.
The 54-year-old female was trans-
ported to University Medical
Center at Princeton with an
ankle injury. The man was taken
to Helen Fuld Medical Center in
Trenton with chest and abdomen
injuries. He was charged with
please see POLICE, page 10
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Elliot Kugel, a resident of Skillman, has
been nationally recognized as one of
“America’s Top 1,000 Advisors” in New
Jersey by Barron’s magazine.
Kugel has been a financial advisor at
Merrill Lynch for 21 years.
He has been honored by Barron for this
accomplishment for four consecutive
years.
“It's great,” he said. “I think it's a culmi-
nation of hard work and doing what's
right for our clients.”
Advisors considered for Barron’s
“America’s Top 1,000 Advisors: State-by-
State” ranking have a minimum of seven
years’ financial services experience and
have been employed at their current firm
for at least one year.
Numerous quantita-
tive and qualitative
measures – including
assets managed, rev-
enue produced and
quality of practice – de-
termine the financial
advisor rankings.
“We believe Elliott’s
inclusion on Barron’s
annual ‘America’s Top
1,000 Advisors: State-
by-State’ list is highly merited and under-
scores his commitment to developing
strong relationships with clients,” said
Keith Henry, resident director.
“Barron’s recognition of so many Mer-
rill Lynch advisors on its annual list con-
firms our commitment to providing
clients with outstanding talent and top-
quality service to help them achieve their
financial goals.”
Kugel is one of 293 Merrill Lynch advi-
sors that are included in this year’s list,
the most advisors at any firm.
He credits much of his recognition to
his team of advisors that he works with.
“It's a joint recognition,” he said.
“That's how I look at it because without
the team, it wouldn't happen; they're right
here with me.
I wouldn't have had the success without
the three other gentlemen [I work with].”
in our opinion
6 THE MONTGOMERY SUN — MAY 8-14, 2013
1330 Route 206, Suite 211
Skillman, NJ 08558
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KUGEL
T
he 102 days between Memorial
Day and Labor Day weekends
are crucial for the Jersey Shore,
which, no matter what town you live
in, has a vital impact on the Garden
State’s economy. And while beautiful
weather is causing excitement for
“beach season” to be high, beach towns
are also experiencing high anxiety as
the big first weekend looms less than
three weeks away.
Six months removed from the devas-
tation caused by Hurricane Sandy,
Shore towns are still fighting to fully
recover. Beach remediation is going on
in full force in Ocean City, as we speak.
While the Boardwalk is alive and well,
and parts of the beach are open to the
public, other parts are still under
heavy construction.
Further north, towns such as Sea-
side Heights, Sandy Hook, Point Pleas-
ant and Sea Bright are all scrambling
to get as much done as possible before
the season opens.
What effect this will have on the suc-
cess, or failure, of the local economy
won’t be known until the end of sum-
mer, and might not be felt in full until
the winter holiday shopping season.
In Atlantic City, a purchase deal be-
tween PokerStars and the Atlantic
Club casino put a damper on hopes, at
least temporarily. PokerStars, a lead-
ing company in online poker and other
gambling, had been trying to buy the
casino since the fall, but final attempts
to do so fell through.
Now, many of the approximately
1,800 workers at the casino – which re-
ported a $43 million net loss in 2012 –
could be out of a job.
Gov. Christie believes the state’s
newest offering of online gambling,
which was passed in February, could
become a $1.2 billion industry, but that
won’t happen for a few years yet, for
sure.
So what can be done in the mean-
time?
If you’re Atlantic City, keep trying to
find a buyer for the Atlantic Club, and
expand marketing efforts to bring
more gamblers to the coast.
If you’re a Shore town, welcome vis-
itors with open arms, and use these
last two weeks of preparation to work
as hard as possible.
If you’re a New Jersey resident, stay
local this summer and spend money at
our Shore towns.
Every little bit will help us all in the
long run.
Stay local this summer
New Jersey’s Shore towns could use your help
Your thoughts
What does the Jersey Shore mean
to you? We’d love to hear your stories
of traveling to the beach, and your plans
to do so this summer.
MAY 8-14, 2013 –THE MONTGOMERY SUN 7
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Not valid on landscape installation, already
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prior purchases. Limited one discount per
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Neshanic Garden
Club to hold
meeting May 16
The Neshanic Garden Club
will hold its regular monthly
meeting at 9:45 a.m. on Thursday,
May 16 at the Station House on
Olive Street in Neshanic Station.
The program this month will be
"Our Fabulous Plant Auction."
Members will bring in some
prized plants, seeds, and bulbs to
auction off to the highest bidder.
The program will begin at 11 a.m.
Lug your mug to the light lunch-
eon at noon.
Prospective members are en-
couraged to attend. For further
information, contact club presi-
dent Janet Gibson at (908) 359-
0176.
Send us your Montgomery news
Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot
an interesting video? Drop us an email at news@themontgomery-
sun.com. Fax us at 856-427-0934. Call the editor at 609-751-0245.
THURSDAY MAY 9
Story Time: Ages 2 to 6. 10 a.m. to
10:30 a.m. at the Mary Jacobs
Library. Stories, songs, and more.
This week's theme is “Royalty
Rocks.” No registration required.
For more information, call the
Youth Services Desk at (609)
924-7073, ext. 5.
FRIDAY MAY 10
Play Pals: Ages newborn to 3. 10
a.m. to 10:45 a.m. at the Mary
Jacobs Library. Join us for a
relaxed and casual playtime for
children and their caregivers.
Meet new friends and catch-up
with old ones. Books, toys and
music will be available. No regis-
tration required. For more infor-
mation, call the Youth Services
Desk at (609) 924-7073, ext. 5.
SATURDAY MAY 11
Saturday Sing Along with Pat:
Ages 1 to 4. 10:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at
the Mary Jacobs Library. Sing
along fun with Pat McKinley. No
registration required. For more
information, call the Youth Serv-
ices Desk at (609) 924-7073, ext.
5.
MONDAY MAY 13
Site Plan/Subdivision Committee
meeting: 7:30 p.m. in the court
room. For more information and
to confirm meeting time, visit
montgomery.nj.us.
Wildlife Management Committee
meeting: 6 p.m. in the meeting
room. For more information and
to confirm meeting time, visit
montgomery.nj.us.
Youth Services/Municipal Alliance
meeting: 7 p.m. in the community
center. For more information and
to confirm meeting time, visit
montgomery.nj.us.
TUESDAY MAY 14
Mary Jacobs Library closed for staff
development day.
Veterans Memorial Committee
meeting: 7 p.m. in the meeting
room. For more information and
to confirm meeting time, visit
montgomery.nj.us.
Recreation Committee meeting: 7
p.m. in the community center. For
more information and to confirm
meeting time, visit
montgomery.nj.us.
CALENDAR PAGE 8 MAY 8-14, 2013
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must be received, in writing,
two weeks prior to the date
of the event.
Send information by mail to:
Calendar, The Sun, 1330
Route 206, Suite 211,
Skillman, NJ 08558. Or by
email: news@themont-
gomery sun.com. Or you
can submit a calendar listing
through our website
(www.themontgomerysun.c
om).
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available and the quality of
the photo is sufficient. Every
attempt is made to provide
coverage to all organiza-
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Senior citizens meeting
May 9 at 1 p.m.
The next meeting of the Mont-
gomery Senior Citizens will take
place on Thursday, May 9 at 1 p.m.
at the Otto Kauffman Center on
Skillman Road in Skillman. All
residents 55 years old and older
are welcome to attend. The speak-
er will be Barbara Kelly, a local
physical therapist. She will dis-
cuss how to prevent falls around
your home and yard.
The group will also be hosting
its a birthday breakfast on Thurs-
day, May 16 at 9 a.m. at the
Blawenburg Reformed Church on
Route 518. All are welcome to at-
tend.
EMS to host Community
Blood Drive May 18
Montgomery EMS is hosting a
Community Blood Drive for the
University Medical Center of
Princeton at Plainsboro. The
drive will be held on Saturday,
May 18 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
Montgomery EMS squad building
on 8 Harlingen Rd. in Belle Mead.
Lunch will be served for all
blood donors. Also, donors will re-
ceive a Thomas Sweet Ice Cream
Coupon.
All blood collected at the Com-
munity Blood Drive will be used
for patients at the University
Medical Center of Princeton hos-
pital.
Please contact MEMS and
leave your name, phone number
and time of your donation at do-
nateblood@mems47.org or call
(908) 359-4112.
Remember to bring a photo ID,
eat a good meal, and drink plenty
of fluids.
If you have any concerns or
questions on medical eligibility,
please contact the UMCPP donor
room at (609) 853-6870.
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POLICE REPORTS
careless driving. Both vehicles
towed from the scene.
On April 20 at 11:33 a.m., a 58-
year-old female was stopped on
Rt. 206 by Montgomery Township
Police for driving with an expired
inspection sticker. A warrant
check revealed that she had an
active ATS warrant totaling $89,
which originated in Rocky Hill
Boro. She was arrested for con-
tempt and subsequently posted
the bail in full. She was released
and cited for failure to make re-
pairs and is scheduled to appear
in Montgomery Township Mu-
nicipal Court.
On April 21 at 9:53 a.m., a 25-
year-old female was stopped by
Montgomery Police on Rt. 206
after a random registration in-
quiry on her vehicle revealed
that her New Jersey driver’s li-
cense was suspended.
A warrant check revealed that
she had an active ACS warrant in
the amount of $250 originating in
Camden. She was placed under
arrest for contempt and was sub-
sequently released on her own re-
cognizance by Camden Munici-
pal Court and given a future
court date in Camden. She is
scheduled to appear in Mont-
gomery Municipal Court.
POLICE
Continued from page 4
MAY 8-14, 2013 –THE MONTGOMERY SUN 11
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health concerns, and flushing thousands
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Lunch: Tues.-Fri. 11:30-2:30
Dinner: Wed.-Thurs. 4:30-8
Fri.-Sat. 4:30-9:30
Club raises $2,300 to
benefit scholarship fund
majority of the tasks.”
The club also received help
from a handful of PTA volunteers.
Performances from this year’s
event included Monty Muqabla,
Brenna Kugan and Alex Gong’s
cover of Ed Sheeran’s “Give Me
Love,” a Korean Pop Dance, Cur-
tis Asral’s “Malagueña” on the
guitar, Sarah Barnett’s interpreta-
tion of “La Vie en Rose,” Mont-
gomery Spanish Teachers Dance –
Cumbia: La Pollera Colora, a
Kung-Fu demonstration by Jack
Zheng and Kevin Chen, and the
German AP class’ acoustic rendi-
tion of Nena’s “99 Luftballons” for
the finale.
During the buffet, which fol-
lowed the performances, the jazz
group Two Five One also made a
memorable performance.
Comprised of five students at
MHS, the group attracted a lot of
attention with their renditions of
popular songs, including Taylor
Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trou-
ble.”
Tracy Chan, senior administra-
tor with the Asian Food Markets
in Plainsboro, also attended to
demonstrate how to make her
popular, made-to-order Chinese
dumplings.
During the event, the Interna-
tional Club continued its efforts to
raise funds to benefit the
Oloosirkon School in Nairobi,
Kenya, by selling homemade
bracelets.
Proceeds from the sales, along
with donations made by the atten-
dees, will be donated to the school
next month.
The club raised $2,300 at the
event.
The proceeds will go to the In-
ternational Club Scholarship
Fund, which provides monetary
gifts to students in support of
their cultural aspirations.
MHS’ International Club is an
organization dedicated to sup-
porting cultural awareness and
tolerance.
For more information about
the club, email mhs.international-
club@gmail.com.
CLUB
Continued from page 1
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Committee hires Omni Environmental
to conduct studies of area waterways
BY HEATHER FIORE
The Montgomery Sun
The Montgomery Township
Committee hired Omni Environ-
mental, a Princeton-based con-
sulting firm, to conduct an anti-
degradation study at two small
streams leading into the Millstone
River, as well as the river itself,
where its wastewater plants dis-
charge wastewater.
Last year, Montgomery entered
into the Somerset County Waste-
water Management Plan, which
incorporated changes to the town-
ship's sewer service areas. In the
WMP, the county also made rec-
ommendations, including consoli-
dating the Oxbridge WTP and the
Riverside WTP into the Pike
Brook WTP.
To do so, state law requires the
township to conduct an anti-
degradation study to ensure the
quality of water isn’t degraded in
the Millstone River from the dis-
charge from all the wastewater
treatment plants.
“It’s required by the NJDEP,”
said Donato Nieman, township
administrator. “You have to test
the water to find dissolve oxygen
levels and the like, and then you
have to provide evidence that the
discharge that you’re putting in
will not have a negative effect on
the body of water into which
we’re discharging [streams and
Millstone River].”
This is the next step in the re-
quirements listed under the Som-
erset County WMP, Nieman said.
"Once that's done, we can
amend the WMP, should it be suc-
cessful, and then do a preliminary
design to see how we get from
here to there,” he said.
If the streams and Millstone
River don't meet the anti-degrada-
tion criteria, there is no need for
Omni to work on the WMP
amendment and preliminary de-
sign.
MAY 8-14, 2013 –THE MONTGOMERY SUN 13
EMS responds to
136 calls in April
For April, Montgomery EMS
responded to 136 calls. It covered
100 percent of primary calls and
100 percent of backup calls (a
backup call is when a second or
third 9-1-1 emergency happens
during our first call requiring a
second or third ambulance and
crew to respond). It also respond-
ed to three mutual aid calls two to
Princeton Township and one to
Hillsborough.
In April, it required no mutual
aid assistance from other agen-
cies. Of the calls, 40.1 percent re-
quired Advanced Life Support.
The top three call types for the
month were general sickness,
motor vehicle accident and car-
diac events.
In April, Montgomery EMS
members volunteered 3,188 hours
of service to the community.
Montgomery EMS is pleased to
welcome EMT Vivek Satyasi to
our ranks. It also would like to
congratulate Patricia Camp, Anju
Dang, Taylore Fritzinger, Megha
Joshi and Roshi Lulla in complet-
ing the EMT training class, and
welcome new drivers Akshay
Chanillo, Berna Gerdes, and
Vivek Joshi.
Montgomery EMS is an all-vol-
unteer organization that provides
basic life support 24 hours a day,
365 days a year.
It is not affiliated with any hos-
pital. All services provided by
Montgomery EMS are provided
free of charge.
If you would like to explore
joining the organization, email
membership@mems47.org.
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