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School
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adopts
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By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Shamong Sun
Shamong residents will not see
a tax levy increase under the pro-
posed Lenape Regional High
School District budget.
The board of education adopt-
ed the 2013-2014 budget during its
March 26 meeting.
The adopted budget is $150.4
million, a 1.79 percent increase
from the current year.
“This changes every year,”
Vice President of the Board
David Stow said. “The four basic
characteristics that come into the
tax, the changes in equalized
value, the changes in ratables, the
changes in regional enrollment
and the assessed value of average
homes. If you see a big change in
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By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Shamong Sun
Township Committee intro-
duced its proposed municipal
budget of $2.5 million, which
would raise the tax levy $92,000
per year and cost the average
homeowner $46 more per year in
taxes.
The township reduced overall
expenditures, and revenues were
reduced by $176,000 due to the loss
of a state grant.
According to township admin-
istrator Sue Onorato, the tax levy
will be used to upgrade roads,
which have been patched over the
years.
“We’re working with the engi-
neer to find out what roads make
the most sense to repair or do a
seal coating,” Onorato said dur-
ing the March 26 workshop meet-
ing.
The budget is still a working
document.
The township held a confer-
ence call with PSE&G regarding
the tree issue on Packenah Trail.
A meeting will be held in the next
20 days.
The issue originates with the
power company’s plan to remove
trees growing three to 10 feet di-
rectly under the wire. According
to Onorato, who addressed the
problem in August, PSE&G would
remove every oak, pine and cher-
ry tree in that area.
The issue spurred residents to
take action, issuing a petition to
the company and the Board of
Public Utilities in September.
An additional status confer-
ence is scheduled for June 4 at 4
Committee introduces
budget increase
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The tug of war between Med-
ford Township and Burlington
County over the Pinelands Li-
brary continues following a letter
sent to the township from Free-
holder Leah Arter, threatening to
withhold shared services.
As an extension of the Burling-
ton County Library System, the
Pinelands Branch Library serves
the towns of Medford, Shamong,
Tabernacle, Southampton and
Woodland.
“After review of Medford’s pro-
posed revisions to the branch
agreement for the Pinelands Li-
brary, I have arrived at the in-
escapable conclusion that your
governing body, led by Council-
men Pace and Buoni, must be dia-
metrically opposed to shared
services programs in Burlington
County, and most notably, the
Burlington County Library Sys-
tem,” Arter said in the letter.
The programs threatening to
be refused include emergency dis-
patch, emergency management,
solid waste disposal and recy-
cling, aggregate purchasing,
pooled financing, community de-
velopment, green energy grants
and audits, recreation grants,
farmland preservation and the
animal shelter. Additionally,
Arter is threatening to exclude
Main and Church streets, both
county roads, as part of a $7.1 mil-
lion county repavement project.
“My initial reaction is that it
seems like Leah Arter is offended
that Medford taxpayers expect
value in their tax dollars,”
Deputy Mayor Chris Buoni said.
The county and Medford have
been working to reach an agree-
ment to cover $30,000 in repair
and maintenance costs on the
building, a detail Arter has
agreed to in the most recent letter.
Additionally, Arter asked for
the township’s cooperation with
Pinelands Library future uncertain
Freeholder threatens to withhold shared services
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matter is resolved, officials have
said.
In other news:
• The township is attempting to
resolve an office staffing issue
after a court admin resigned.
Onorato has reached out to sev-
eral towns, including Tabernacle,
to create a shared services agree-
ment.
One proposal was returned,
and Onorato is expecting more.
• The fate of township fees was
discussed following a conversa-
tion with Tabernacle Township
Clerk La Shawn Barber.
The fees have not been changed
in some cases for 20 or 30 years.
Shamong charges $360 a year
for establishments serving alco-
hol and $330 a year for a liquor
store.
Barber indicated Tabernacle
charges the state maximum of
$2,500.
The township will begin dis-
cussion to work on the possibility
of charging businesses more in-
crementally over a number of
years until the state maximum is
reached.
“We’ll have open communica-
tion with the businesses,” Onora-
to said. “It’s tough budget times.
We need to generate revenue.”
Additional fees the township
will consider include road open-
ing fees, escrow, solicitation per-
mit fees, rabies clinic fees and an-
imal licensing fees.
The next township committee
meeting was to be held Tuesday,
April 2.
Committee looks at fees
COMMITTEE
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H
ere’s something that should
shock absolutely no one: New
Jersey is one of the most
taxed, restricted and regulated states
in the nation.
Stop the presses, as they say.
An annual study published by the
Mercatus Center at George Mason Uni-
versity ranked New Jersey 48th out of
50 in terms of freedoms for residents.
Dragging the Garden State down in the
rankings are its ultra-tight gun control
laws, its restrictive marijuana laws
and “abysmal” property rights protec-
tions, in addition to the obvious high
taxes, the report says.
Discouraging is the fact that the re-
port says that the state’s significant
debt, and not government spending, is
what fuels the high taxes.
“New Jersey is average in govern-
ment spending, while it has among the
highest taxes in the country,” said
Jason Sorens, a co-author of the re-
port.
The question, of course, is whether
any of this really matters. Certainly,
any person would want to reside in a
state that doesn’t over-impose on his or
her basic freedoms, and only the in-
sane enjoy paying high taxes.
But while it might sound negative,
there are positives to ranking 48th on
this list.
Is it bad that New Jersey has tight
gun control laws?
Is it bad that New Jersey is conser-
vative when it comes to marijuana
laws?
Is it bad that New Jersey limits what
the report calls “travel freedoms,”
through restrictive seat belt laws, mo-
torcycle and bicycle helmet require-
ments, and sobriety checkpoints?
We don’t think so.
The Mercatus Center report suggest-
ed that New Jersey could improve its
ranking by slashing property taxes,
ending rent control and cutting spend-
ing on libraries, sanitation, sewage
and employee retirement benefits.
Some of those suggestions are well
worth following, especially the proper-
ty tax catastrophe.
But “liberalizing” seat belt and cell
phone-while-driving laws? We just
don’t agree.
If we don’t climb higher on this list,
and either lose current residents or
don’t gain new ones because of it, so be
it. It isn’t worth compromising safety
to look better to others.
in our opinion
Freedom isn’t free, especially in N.J.
Study ranks New Jersey 48th on freedom list
Can anything be done?
Can anything be done to make New
Jersey more free? Does it even matter
that we are considered free for our resi-
dents? Let us know your thoughts
through a letter to the editor.
to happen in the share or the amount that
the township has to pay.”
According to Stow, each community’s
share of the $110.3 million budget is raised
in taxes. Marlton and Mt. Laurel carry the
burden of the taxation, both towns reflect-
ing high enrollment numbers.
Shamong is responsible for 3.81 percent
of the taxation costing the average home-
owner approximately $1,950 per year.
State aid remained unchanged at $28.4
million.
“Our budget is a no programs added, no
additional staff added – except for those
staff members that are mandated for indi-
vidual educational program students,”
Stow said. “We have 13 students coming in
from our sending districts with IEPs and
those IEPs require a paraprofessional, a
sign language person or special education
teacher.”
LRHSD is also responsible for IEP stu-
dents not attending a school within the dis-
trict, an $8 million cost.
“There was an increase in out-of-district
tuition. When an IEP student comes to us,
that IEP gives the student the right to an
education outside of our district, and we
have to foot the bill,” Stow said. The dis-
trict stands to pay the bill until the student
reaches the age of 22. “It’s out of our
hands,” he said.
The district has been met with chal-
lenges, as state aid has fluctuated over the
years, and it now receives $2.5 million less
than the 2009-2010 school year.
The district has an additional $2.9 mil-
lion to account for with a 2 percent salary
increase for all staff health benefits in-
crease, a SDA grant repayment increase, a
Medford student resource officer and state-
mandated evaluation costs.
As a result, the district has cut educa-
tion programs, behind the wheel driver’s
education, the public relations depart-
ment, a long-range coordinator, the posi-
tion of assistant superintendent, which
STATE
Continued from page 1
State aid unchanged at $28.4 million
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naminson Director of Public
Safety Michael P. King an-
nounced that a Shamong resident
has been charged with murder in
connection with the death of a 1-
year-old toddler who was being
fostered by his girlfriend.
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nounced dead.
An autopsy performed by
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aminer Dr. Ian Hood concluded
that the cause of death was blunt
force trauma to the head.
The suspect surrendered
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ty Prosecutor’s Office. Bail on the
murder charge was set at
$250,000 with no 10 percent op-
tion.
The suspect was released after
posting bail.
Detectives from the Cinnamin-
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and the Burlington County Prose-
cutor’s Office conducted the in-
vestigation.
Shamong resident charged
with murder of 1 year old
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Toddler Time: Ages 2 to 3. 10:30
a.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
Toddlers are invited to join Miss
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(609) 654-6113.
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Story Time Yoga: 4:30 p.m. at
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Kids acquire listening and literary
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Candlelight Yoga: 5:30 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. Join
Babita Kapoor, a registered Shak-
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yoga’s ancient science of breath
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body and mind; learn self aware-
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Wear comfortable, breathable
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FRIDAY APRIL 5
Library Babies: Ages 12 to 24
months; caregiver required. 10:30
a.m. at Pineland Branch Library.
Enjoy stories, songs, movement
and socialization activities. Regis-
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Pokemon Battle Bash: Ages 7 to 15.
2 p.m. at Pinelands Branch
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SATURDAY APRIL 6
Family Game Day: All day at
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MONDAY APRIL 8
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p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
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also helpful, but not required.
Space is limited, so registration
required. Register online or call
(609) 654-6113.
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renovation to revamp and up-
grade the interior or the facility.
Arter’s issues with the town-
ship stem from Medford’s unwill-
ingness to begin an overhaul of
the facilities, which include re-
configuring the inside of the
building to accommodate new
standards. The upgrades would
include three new, distinctive
areas as well, including a re-
source area for children, a “cyber
café” and an adult reading room,
according to a previous letter sent
by Arter.
According to the letter, an ad-
dendum to the agreement from
Medford places responsibility of
the building on the county.
“I cannot, in good faith, recom-
mend to the commission that it
execute your amended agree-
ment, which would end Medford’s
shared service responsibility and
place the total burden for paying
for the Pineland’s Branch on
county library taxpayers, most of
whom do not have the luxury of
having a branch in their own
hometown. Simply stated, I will
not recommend that the Library
Association raise property taxes
on residents of other towns to up-
grade the library building that
Medford owns,” Arter said in the
letter.
“How is that right? Where’s the
benefit to taxpayers? She thinks
taxes are collected so politicians
can spend it and tell everyone
how great they are,” Buoni said.
“The money should be spent ex-
actly what it is meant for.”
According to Councilman
James “Randy” Pace, the town-
ship owns the building and pays
for the utilities of the facility, de-
spite its status as part of the
Burlington County Library Sys-
tem.
Libraries in the system are the
financial responsibility of the
county, he said.
“It’s like if someone rented a
building from me, without having
to pay rent and I paid for all of
their utilities,” Pace said. “That
just doesn’t happen, it doesn’t
make sense.”
According to Pace, Arter has
yet to explain where the surplus
of the library taxes is applied.
“Until I get a detailed descrip-
tion of what they’re doing with
the money I’m forced to believe
what they tell us is a bald-faced
lie. She’s upset because she got
her hands caught in the cookie
jar,” Pace said.
According to Pace and Buoni,
the Bordentown Library, part of
the BCLS, is owned, operated and
paid for by the county. Additional-
ly, the Westhampton facility was
upgraded with the construction
of a new amphitheater.
“I look at the people who get in-
volved in these massive county
projects. I wonder if it was neces-
sary that the county needs anoth-
Town: County financially responsible
LIBRARY
Continued from page 4
please see PACE, page 11
er amphitheater,” Buoni said. “Is
it really a function of a library? I
wonder if it’s right. I don’t see a
need.”
According to Pace, since the
county has full control of the li-
brary, officials could upgrade as
they see fit.
“I would expect my elected rep-
resentatives to provide value not
just in some of my tax dollars but
all of my tax dollars. What I don’t
think Mrs. Arter understands is
that most taxpayers think the
same way I do,” Buoni said.
In addition to an upgrade of
the building, Arter is asking for
full cooperation of the Medford
Library Association, a non-profit
no longer in service.
“I met with five people two
weekends ago to talk to them
about reconstituting and getting
the Medford Library Association
back on its feet,” Pace said,
adding the association has
$100,000 in assets accrued over
time and untouched. “Over the
course of time, the people who
ran it got old and disinterested.”
In the same breath, Arter indi-
cated Southampton is envious of
Medford’s branch status, despite
Medford’s rejection of the coun-
ty’s benefits.
According to Arter, the Sally
Strech Keen Library is paid for by
the same county library tax as
Medford.
“What Leah Arter doesn’t un-
derstand is the library in
Southampton is smaller,” Pace
said. “What she doesn’t say is that
the organization has been funded
by the municipality and has a pri-
vate foundation sitting on
$500,000.”
Pace believes the freeholders
will close the Pinelands Branch,
give status to the Southampton li-
brary and utilize their $500,000 as
a “way to appease party bosses,”
and leaving the financial burden
of Medford on municipal taxes.
Pace does not want to see the li-
brary close, but doesn’t plan to
back down from the county on the
issue.
“If you feel that the township’s
total contribution to the library
system is onerous and unreason-
able, you can terminate the agree-
ment that is currently in effect by
forwarding written notice to the
county,” Arter stated in the letter.
Arter indicates the township
can take full financial responsi-
bility of the facility, “or, for that
matter, you could decide to have
no library at all.”
“She’s the epitome with what is
wrong with your government.
She accuses Mr. Buoni and I of
not understanding. What she is
not understanding is that when
you seek public office, you seek it
to serve the people,” Pace said.
Arter could not be reached for
comment.
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has been replaced with a director
of programs and planning, and
the summer theatre series. In ad-
dition, the school can no longer
fund field trips.
According to Stow, the district
took action to save money and did
so through health-care costs by
changing providers and creating
a savings of $1.8 million.
The next LRHSD meeting will
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the administration building locat-
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856-795-9175
609-471-8391
Wanted to Buy
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT:
Elite team of trainers and coaches now spearheading the
expansion of a major business all throughout the northeast
and looking for motivated, business minded leaders who not
only want to diversify their income, but who enjoy teaching,
coaching and training other people on how to run a business.
Although we are a global corporation, our
aggressive expansion is getting the attention of
people in virtually every background. We are
involved with a multi-trillion/year deregulation in
telecommunications and now, in the deregulation of
energy! We work with numerous Fortune 100
companies. In Spring 2011, we were featured on
Prime Time Television based on what we've done.
We will teach you all of the aspects of our business!
• Trainers, public speakers, coaches, sales
consultants
• Work & teach in one on one situations, small
groups, large ballroom settings, and even on
stage in front of 20,000 people
• Be your own boss
• Set your own hours
• Capitalize on three of the biggest industries in the
world: telecommunications, energy, banking
• Work from home
• Company rewards trips
• Unlimited income potential: Compensation is
performance based including weekly bonuses
and monthly residual pay
• Customize a plan that fits your desired income,
schedule, family life
Please send contact information / resume to the
following email address:
dosomethingsignificant@yahoo.com
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Special Classified offers available.
Don’t delay! Call today!
(856) 427-0933
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