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New patrols designed to enforce pedestrian safety
By KRISTINA SCALA
The Moorestown Sun
Main Street is one of the
busiest areas in town. From the
number of restaurants and stores
to pedestrian traffic and on-street
parking from North Church
Street to Chester Avenue, cross-
walk safety is important.
The Moorestown Police Depart-
ment is working jointly with the
Burlington County Sheriff s De-
partment to implement crosswalk
safety in the township. A $30,000
grant was recently awarded to the
county by the states Division of
Highway Traffic Safety to help en-
force pedestrian safety.
The money will be used to con-
duct 30 patrols throughout the
county until June 30, 2014. One
has already occurred in
Moorestown.
According to Police Lt. Lee
Lieber, Moorestown requested as-
sistance from the county.
We are trying to promote
pedestrian safety and educate
pedestrians so they see the proper
way to enter the crosswalk, in-
stead of stepping off the curb and
running into the street, he said.
According to the sheriff s de-
partment, the Pedestrian Enforce-
ment Grant will have undercover
officers posing as pedestrians
using the crosswalk. If vehicles
dont stop within the proper dis-
tance of the crosswalk or drive
KRISTINA SCALA/The Moorestown Sun
One county and one local officer will patrol Main Street crosswalks as a part of a pedestrian safety grant acquired by the county.
please see SINCE, page 2
through, violators will be given
warnings and tickets.
A $200 fine, plus court fees,
would be given to violators with a
possible sentence of community
service. If a pedestrian is struck
and seriously injured, fines would
increase up to $500 and come with
a sentence of up to 25 days in jail.
The stopping distance is deter-
mined at the speed they should be
traveling. If the driver continues
on through, they will be stopped,
Lieber said.
According to the state Motor
Vehicle Commissions driving
handbook, the proper braking dis-
tance for drivers traveling at 20
mph is 25 feet with a reaction time
of 22 feet. The faster the vehicle,
the longer it takes to stop. Burling-
ton County Sheriff Jean Stanfield
said the first time officers patrol
the crosswalks is for educational
purposes, passing out cards with
pedestrian safety information and
issuing summonses to violators.
The second time, they will
take a harder stance. I think by
doing this throughout the county,
it will create a greater aware-
ness, she said.
If drivers dont stop after an of-
fense, the license plate will be
recorded and a ticket will be
mailed to the offenders home.
Since 2009, 25 pedestrians have
been involved in crashes, while 39
fatalities occurred between 2007
and 2011. A county officer, along
with one municipal officer, will
patrol the crosswalks for a few
hours. She said the department
selects the time of day best suited
for patrolling, and the grant cov-
ers local officers overtime.
This is the first year the county
received this type of grant from
the state.
If we can continue to receive
funding for this, it will make us
more effective. The more we are
out there, the more people will see
us, she said.
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Mako Sharks defeat
Greenwood Park
282-272
On Saturday, July 13, the Sun-
nybrook swim team traveled to
Greenwood Park in Turnersville,
for its fourth A meet of the 2013
season. The Sunnybrook Mako
Sharks left with another win in a
highly competitive match that
went to the very last event before
being decided. During this meet,
the Sunnybrook Makos set four
new club records, including two
more than 20 years old.
The 15 to 18 boys were respon-
sible for three of the new club
records. The team of Alexander
Martin, Devin Nielsen, Timmy
Runfola and Will VanFossen best-
ed the 1992 club record of 1:54.47
in the 200-meter medley relay by
more than a second, with a new
time of 1:53.25. The team of
Nielsen, VanFossen, Martin, and
Matt Schaeffer then bested the
Sunnybrook 200-meter free relay
record of 1:41.49, set in 2007, with
a new standard of 1:40.74. For the
100-meter backstroke, Alexander
Martin broke the 2009 record of
1:00.97 in the 100-meter back-
stroke for 15 to 18 boys, with a
new time nearly two seconds
faster at 59.03.
The other broken club record
was set by 8 and under swimmer
Mia Peper. Peper broke a 22-year-
old record in the 25-meter back-
stroke, besting the previous time
of 21.11 with a new time of 20.82.
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Meet started with event sweep in IM 100-meter
Individual Medley
The meet started with an event sweep by
the 11 to 12 girls. Annie Wixted placed first
in the 100-meter, followed by Annabel Gor-
man second and Janey Galski third.
The 11 to 12 boys captured first (James
Santarpio) and third (Hunter Fazler).
Catherine Wilson placed second and
Tara Thornton third for the 13 to 14 girls.
Jed Fazler swam to third for the 13 to 14
boys. Samantha Trivinia placed second for
the 15 to 18 girls, and Timmy Runfola cap-
tured second and Brian Wardzinski third
for the 15 to 18 boys.
Medley Relays
The clubs split the medley relays, each
winning five. For Sunnybrook, the win-
ning teams were the 8 and under girls
Emma Holmgren, Mia Peper, Isabel Trzeci-
ak and Madeleine Hughes; 8 and under
boys Holden Zimmerman, Tyler Arthur,
Charlie Duffy and Hari Bezwada; 11 to 12
girls Janey Galski, Annabel Gorman,
Annie Wixted and Julia Darmo; 11 to 12
boys James Santarpio, Patrick
Hartshorne, Hunter Fazler and Quinn
Blackman and the 15 to 18 boys, with the
new club record described above.
Freestyle
In the 25-meter 8 and under girls
freestyle, Isabel Trzeciak placed first, with
Madeleine Hughes third. For the 8 and
under boys, Tyler Arthur came in second
and Charlie Duffy third.
Libby Hock was second in the 50-meter
for 9 to 10 girls and Jack Thornton third,
for the 9 to 10 boys. The 11 to 12 girls placed
one-two with Julia Darmo swimming to
first and Shannon Raue to second, in the
50-meter.
Patrick Hartshorne grabbed the blue
ribbon for the 11 to 12 boys.
For the 13 to 14 girls 100-meter, Tara
Thornton placed second and Madeline
Raue third. Lauren Kohart swam for sec-
ond place, and Nicole Scola for third in the
15 to 18 girls 100-meter, and Will VanFossen
MEET
Continued from page 4
please see SHARKS, page 9
F
inally, nine months after Super-
storm Sandy touched ground,
New Jerseys economy is gain-
ing momentum.
A report released last week by Wells
Fargo, the states second largest bank
by deposits, says that federal and in-
surance money flowing into the state
to aid in the Sandy recovery started to
pay dividends in the first half of 2013,
and should continue to propel the
economy for the rest of this year.
According to the report, the state
added 4,200 construction jobs from
January to June of this year. The
same time last year, the industry lost
4,500 jobs.
Its a great sign for the state. Gov.
Christie estimated New Jersey suf-
fered $37 billion in damage from the
storm. Approximately 22,000 homes
were left uninhabitable and 325,000
others were significantly damaged.
Now, in the dead of the summer,
with the start of hurricane season ap-
proaching again, construction is heat-
ing up, fueling the states overall eco-
nomic recovery.
The Wells Fargo report wasnt all
peachy, though. While New Jerseys
economy was significantly better in
the first half of this year compared to
last, it still lags behind national aver-
ages. Six percent of all mortgages are
in foreclosure, the second-highest rate
in the country behind only Florida.
Housing prices grew only 2.9 percent
year over year, while the national aver-
age stood at 12.2 percent. New Jerseys
unemployment rate dropped almost a
point in the last year, and that trend is
expected to continue, but it still sits at
8.7 percent compared to the national
average of 7.6 percent.
These stats beg the questions:
Should we compare New Jersey to the
rest of the country? Or should we just
compare the Garden State to itself ?
New Jersey is a very unique state in
that its economy is fueled strongly by
two major metropolitan regions whose
city is in another state. The economy
works differently here. Employment
works differently here. Elections work
differently here. So why, then, if we
are an outlier, must we compare our-
selves to others?
For once, we need to focus on our
own recovery, and ensure we are
adding as many jobs as we can, no
matter what our stats look like com-
pared to every other state.
Recovery finally catching a break
Considerable momentum gained in first half of 2013, report says
Your thoughts
Should we rejoice in the positive outlook
for New Jerseys economy? Or should
we be worried that we lag behind the
rest of the country? Let your voice be
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WEDNESDAY JULY 31
Three-year-old story time: 9:30
a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at the
Moorestown Library. Stories,
rhymes and crafts. Call 234-0333
to register.
Divorce Support Group: 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. at First United
Methodist Church, Camden and
Pleasant Valley avenues. Visit
www.meetwithgod.com or call
235-0450 for more information.
Childrens story time: 11 a.m. at
Barnes and Noble, East Gate
Square. Call (856) 608-1904 for
information.
Wednesday Evening Meditations:
5:15 to 6 p.m. at Center for Con-
scious Living, 302 N. Washington
St., Suite 101E. Call (856) 722-
LOVE for information.
Bethel African Methodist Episco-
pal Church: Pastors Bible Study
at 6:30 p.m. 512 N. Church St.,
Moorestown.
THURSDAY AUGUST 1
Four- to 5-year-old story time:
Ages 4 and 5. 9:30 a.m. and 1:30
p.m. at Moorestown Library. Sto-
ries, rhymes and crafts. Call 234-
0333 to register.
Moorestown Running Company
group run: 6:30 p.m. Meet at
Moorestown Running Company,
115 W. Main St. The 5.63-mile loop
is mostly flat on roads. Includes
Strawbridge Lake Park.
Rotary Club of Moorestown meet-
ing: 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. at
Moorestown Community House,
16 E. Main St. Fellowship, lunch
and guest speaker presentation.
For more information visit
www.moorestownrotary.org.
Trinity Episcopal Church Mid-Week
Service: Holy Eucharist and Heal-
ing Service at 10 a.m. 207 W. Main
St., Moorestown.
FRIDAY AUGUST 2
Four- to 5-year-old story time:
Ages 4 and 5. 9:30 a.m. at
Moorestown Library. Stories,
rhymes and crafts. Call 234-0333
to register.
Childrens story time: 11 a.m. at
Barnes and Noble, East Gate
Square. Call (856) 608-1904 for
information.
Al-Anon meeting: 8:30 p.m. at Trini-
ty Episcopal Church, Main and
Church streets. For more infor-
mation visit www.southjerseyal-
anon-org.
SUNDAY AUGUST 4
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 1
to 3 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Man-
sion. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
First United Methodist Church:
Worship services at 8:30 a.m.
9:30 a.m. (contemporary) and 11
a.m. (traditional). Communion at
all services first Sunday of the
month. 446 Camden Ave.,
Moorestown.
First Presbyterian Church: Wor-
ship services at 8 and 10:15 a.m.
Arabic Fellowship Worship at 5
p.m. 101 Bridgeboro Road,
Moorestown.
Trinity Episcopal Church: Services
at 7:45 and 10 a.m. until Sept. 8.
207 W. Main St., Moorestown.
Moorestown Friends Meeting
(Quakers): Worship at 10 a.m.
Social Hour at 11 a.m. Childcare
provided.118 East Main St.
Bethel African Methodist Episco-
pal Church: Adult Church School
at 9 a.m. Worship service at 10:30
a.m. 512 N. Church St.,
Moorestown.
Our Lady of Good Counsel: Regular
Mass at 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a.m.
and 12 p.m. 42 W. Main St.,
Moorestown.
First Baptist Church: Sunday
School at 9 a.m. Worship at 10
a.m. Coffee/fellowship at 11 a.m.
Sunday discussion at 11:30 a.m. 19
W. Main St., Moorestown.
MONDAY AUGUST 5
Baby Time: Age 2 and younger; sib-
lings welcome. 9:30 a.m. at
Moorestown Library. Call 234-
0333 to register.
TUESDAY AUGUST 6
Kindergarten Story Time: For chil-
dren enrolled in kindergarten.
9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at
Moorestown Library. Stories,
rhymes and crafts. Call 234-0333
to register.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 1
to 2 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Man-
sion. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
Al-Anon Mens Meeting: 8 p.m. at
Trinity Episcopal Church, Main
and Church streets. For more
information visit www.southjer-
seyal-anon-org.
Garden State Chorale Rehearsals:
7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church
from September to mid-June. For
membership information, visit
www.gschorale.org or call (856)
858-9322.
Bethel African Methodist Episco-
pal Church: Afternoon with the
Bible at 1 p.m. 512 N. Church St.,
Moorestown.
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placed first for the 15 to 18 boys.
Backstroke
The backstroke event started
and ended with new Sunnybrook
club records. For the 8 and under
girls, Mia Peper swam for first
place and the new club record in
the 25-meter. Emma Holmgren
was right behind her for second
and Caitlin Barr for third, for an-
other event sweep by the Mako
Sharks. In the 8 and under boys
backstroke event, Holden Zim-
merman placed second and
Michael Laufer third. Anu Bezwa-
da captured second and Grace
Buss third for the 9 to 10 girls 25-
meter back.
The 11 to 12 girls powered to the
third Sunnybrook sweep in the 50-
meter, with Janey Galski first,
Fiona Stewart second and Shan-
non Raue third.
James Santarpio placed first
for the 11 to 12 boys, and David
Hartshorne placed third. Cather-
ine Wilson finished first and
Anna Buss third for the 13 to 14
girls and Sam Zielinski for third
in the 13 to 14 boys 50-meter back-
stroke.
Sunnybrook finished up the
regular season at home with
Brookside on July 20, and moved
on to the Burlington County
championship meet on July 27
and the tri-county meet on Aug. 3
and 4. Sunnybrook was proud to
be recognizing seven senior swim-
mers during the Brookside meet:
Krista Batezel, Connor Ems,
Nicole Scola, Steven Serpico,
Samantha Trivinia, Will VanFos-
sen and Luke Zielinkski.
Sharks
set
new
records
SHARKS
Continued from page 6
By KRISTINA SCALA
The Moorestown Sun
The beginning of the school
year is creeping up for parents,
children and teachers, but a con-
tract agreement has yet to be
reached between the board of edu-
cation and Moorestown Educa-
tion Association.
A meeting is scheduled for Aug.
5 with a state-appointed mediator,
said board member Kevin OSulli-
van, who sits on the negotiations
committee. The MEA requested a
mediator in the beginning of May.
Two meetings were scheduled for
that month, but were cancelled.
Up until the last round of ne-
gotiations, the MEA and the board
of education always reached a set-
tlement before the start of school.
It is, and always has been, our
goal to reach a settlement before
school starts. Hopefully, the Aug. 5
meeting will result in a settle-
ment, MEA president Lisa Tra-
pani said.
OSullivan said the board and
MEA are on opposite ends of the
spectrum, and while a mediator
will navigate between two differ-
ent rooms to help bring the two
sides together, the bottom line is
the issues keeping the two sides
apart are the cost of health care,
salary and contract language.
Health care is by far the cen-
tral issue of this current negotia-
tion, he said.
The cost of health care is con-
stantly increasing, and while the
board recognized that factor,
changing from a state plan to
Aetna is saving the district more
than $1 million.
According to OSullivan, teach-
ers paid approximately 12 percent
toward health-care costs, while
the board paid 88 percent in 2013.
Under the contract that ex-
pired June 30, the board of educa-
tion takes seven times the risk of
the employee. If health care goes
up by $1 million per year, the em-
ployee pays $120,000 and the board
of education pays $880,000, he
said.
Not all employees are paying
the same percent toward health
care. OSullivan said some are
paying 3 percent of premiums.
Others are paying more than 20
percent.
Given the disparity in the per-
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Contract has yet to be reached
between BOE and the MEA
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centage paid by an employee as
opposed to the board of educa-
tion, there is little incentive for
employees to chose lower-priced
plans, he said.
It is the more volatile part of
the budget and keeps increasing
exponentially. Its such a large
part of the budget that it crowds
out any other increase of invest-
ment opportunity, he said.
When the 2013-2014 budget was
passed in April, it showed a 1.61
percent increase, or $30.78 more in
school taxes annually for the aver-
age assessed home. Under the
state-mandated cap, teachers were
concerned that the school boards
decision to not take advantage of
raising taxes to 2 percent would
affect the future generation of
money and educational resources
available from lack of funding.
If the board increased the taxes
to cap, the actual budget increase
would have been more than 4 per-
cent, OSullivan said.
Although taxes were increased
by 1.61 percent, the district in-
creased its budget by 2.4 percent
for the 2013-2014 school year be-
cause of expected revenues from
nontax sources such as the
agreement with Delanco and the
state-mandated use of $700,000 in
excess budget funds, he said.
According to OSullivan, what
the MEA is looking for is an in-
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its budget.
We could either raise taxes by
4 percent or more every year,
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543 Bartram Rd, Moorestown
European architecture in desirable Northwest Estates! 5 brs, 4/3 bas on 1 acre.
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fully finished basement with extra bedroom and exercise room. Custom built-in
pool, cabana with kitchen, outside shower and powder room, magnificent patio
overlooking beautiful manicured lawn. This is a must-see amazing property!
2 Cobblestone Ct, Moorestown $2,750,000
Impeccable 5 bedroom, 7.5 bath Gary Gardner Country French Estate on just over 3 pre-
mier acres. Features include 6 fireplaces, front & back staircases, 5 zone heat & air, beau-
tiful finished lower level w/ incredible wine cellar & 3 car garage. Gourmet kitchen w/ top
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bath, sitting room & incredible dressing room. Call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
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120 East Central, Moorestown $749,900
Charming 3 bedroom, 3 bath Williamsburg Style Colonial with an In-Town
Location!Great floor plan, large professionally landscaped lot with patio and
plenty of yard, and a two car detached garage. The home boasts a beautiful
new gourmet kitchen with Decor oven and Sub-Zero refrigerator, family room
with wood burning fireplace and built-in bookcase,hardwood floors and cus-
tom moldings. Don't miss the chance to see this charming home!
706 Brandywine, Moorestown $1,175,000
6 bedroom, 5/2 bathroom Estate Home on 1.67 beautiful acres in
Brandywine Glen features 5,000 square feet of living space on the first &
second floor. The walkout finished basement adds an additional space of
over 2,000 square feet & features a full kitchen, large bar area with sink,
dance floor, 2nd family room, exercise room, bedroom & full bath. The mas-
ter suite features a two-sided gas fireplace, sitting room, & incredible mas-
ter bathroom. A Must See! Call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
51 Beechnut Ln, Willingboro $329,000
Welcome to Martin's Beach! 4 bedroom, 2 bath contemporary on beautiful
7.2 acre waterfront property offering excellent fishing, hunting, bird watching and
views! Outside features include a patio and porch, workshop/shed and concrete
boat ramp. A 2002 addition includes a master bedroom, master bath and balcony.
Don't miss this unique property! Call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
769 Bowman Lane, Moorestown $939,9 00
4 Bedroom, 2/2 bathroom Northwest Estates home with charm and endless appeal.
Southern Flair Kitchen with island and built-in Sub-Zero refrigerator, family room
with gas fireplace and two sets of french doors, 9 ft. ceilings, hardwood flooring
throughout the entire 1st floor, generous bedrooms, 3 car garage,large yard with
two patios and wonderful location. Don't miss the chance to see this great home.
776 Riverton Rd
Exquisite at every turn offering exceptional indoor & outdoor lifestyle! 4 brs,
3/1 bas, 10' first flr ceilings, 9' 2nd flr ceilings, theater, fin bsmnt w/ wine cel-
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bonus room for den or exercise. Extensive trim detail, private paver patio,
large backyard deck & lush landscaping. Don't miss this exceptional home!
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444 Shady Ln, Moorestown $449,900
Dated 1890 by the Historic Society, this 5 bedroom, 5 bath home was the original Carriage
House for the Strawbridge Estate. 34 foot long 2 story Great Room offers original wain-
scoting & beamed ceiling & is adjacent to sunroom. 3 bedrooms & 3 fulls baths are on
main level. Large bedroom, sitting room & full bath make up upper level. Lower level offers
a large garage & the original house stalls w/ iron work. This is a unique, must see proper-
ty!
670 Garwood, Moorestown $629,900
Passive Solar Energy Efficient Home. A country retreat yet close to everything!
4 bedrooms, 3 bath, 2 story great room with brick floor and wood burning
stove, solarium that offers incredible views of the backyard, updated kitchen
with granite and hardwood floors. Outside, a patio, potting barn, storage shed,
and gardens. Please call Joan at 856-266-0588 to see this incredible property!
12 Gardenia Court, Mount Laurel $259,900
3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch on wonderful cul-de-sac backing
up to neighborhood fields and close to swim club! Large
front porch, fresh neutral palette, living room w/woodburn-
ing stove, generous dining room, sunken family room with
french doors to private patio, large master bedroom and
more! Don't miss the opportunity to see this home!
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531 Bowling Green, Moorestown $389,900
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 1/1 bath Maines built stone and brick home on one of
Moorestown's charming streets. Updated kitchen/dining room, family room, quaint
screened-in porch, well designed 1st floor mud/laundry room, large living room
with gas fireplace, generous sized bedrooms and hardwood floors throughout.
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109 Fellswood Dr, Moorestown
Exquisitely appointed 4 br, 4/2 bathroom home in The Grande at Moorestown boasts over
4,600 square feet of living space w/ 3 fireplaces, gourmet kitchen w/ stainless Jenn Air
appliances, granite countertops, custom maple cabinetry. Impressive 2 story family
room, master suite, princess suite & Jack-n-Jill bath for the 2 other brs. Too many
amenities to list! For additional information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
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633 East Main St. A-9, Moorestown $249,000
This perfectly maintained townhome in Tollgate has everything going for it. Its 3
BRs 2
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floors & brick fireplace make it the perfect place to call home.
Location is central to everything Moorestown has to offer. Master suite with private
bath and walk in closet are the perfect retreat.
171 Country Club Dr, Lumberton $1,174 ,000
GET MORE HOME FOR LESS PROPERTY TAXES IN LUMBERTON! Come see this gorgeous 5 bedroom
4 full bath 2 half bath dream home situated on 2 acres on Golden Pheasant Golf Course in Lumberton.
This home has been completely renovated and includes granite countertops, stainless steel appliances,
cherry floors, travertine tile, and a huge master suite complete w/walk-in closet, sitting room, and lux-
urious master BA. Walk-out basement features a full bar, entertainment center, huge patio, & more.
Paul Canton III
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Direct: 856.642.8745
680 Lippincott $1,199,000
Located in center of town on 1.5 acres of landscaped grounds. Drvwy
swoops upon approaching home leading to bluestone walkways approaching
main entry. "Wow factor" continues upon entering front dr to 3 story foyer
w/ sweeping strwy & faux finished walls. Marble mstr ba, generously sized
rms, secluded 2nd floor deck & more. Backyard includes recently renovated
pool, lower lawn, tree lined perimeter & deck/patio for entertaining.
Paul Canton III
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8745
19 Fenimore Rd, Lumberton $599,000
An Extraordinary Property. Lovely home sits on your very own 6-acre farm w/ 2 barns & pond. With quick
access to major highways, it's the perfect getaway. Living, sunrm, kit & MBR all feature spectacular views of
farmland extending beyond the boundary of this property that will not be developed. As you unwind in LR,
relax in Jacuzzi rm & gaze out broad windows you won't believe the stunning view of the pasture w/ pond.
Features include hot tub room, geothermal heat & air with gas furnace backup, 6 acres of land, pond, out-
buildings, huge finished basement with full bar, game room, masonry gas fireplace, & entertainment center.
Back deck features Trex decking and railings with EP Henry paver pathways & exterior deck lights.
211 Colonial Ridge, Moorestown $424,000
This property is the quintessential home with the white picket fence situated in historic Moorestown. Home has
been maintained & restored. Open, airy & bright, w/ neutral colors & crown moulding t/o much of the house. DR
features chair rail, crown moulding & oak flooring. LR features gas fireplace, tile hearth, built-in bookshelves &
more. Kit has just been remodeled by Canton CustomHomes & features SS apps, gas range & oven, granite counter
tops & recessed lighting. French doors lead you into FR. Another pair of French doors leads to outside deck & ex-
quisite back yard. 3 nicely sized BRs, 2 BAs, partially finished bsmnt/game rm & 1 car garage. Move-in ready for
you & your family to start a lifetime of wonderful memories. Seeing is believing. Schedule an appointment today!
54 E Central, Moorestown $499,000
3 story Victorian home w/ "in town" setting featuring 4 BRs, & 2.5 Baths. 1st fl - H/Ws, exten moldings, bay
windows, DR, LR, Office, 1/2 Bath, FR & Eat in Kit w/ Brick f/p. Upstairs - master en ste w/ mulitple decks
overlooks garden. Relax in Whirlpool Tub or have coffee in adjacent sitting rm. Additional 2 brs & another
full bath round out this floor. 3rd flr - spacious; has an additional 4th br & 2 other rms for play area, office,
etc. Large bsmnt, 2 car detached gar, AC t/o, Gas Heat, .68 acre lot, Baker school. www.54ECentralAve.com
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4 beds, 2.5 baths. Immaculate Colonial nestled on a premium .40 cul-de-sac lot located in desirable
Cinnamon Crossing. Gleaming hardwoods, upgraded oversized tiles, & handsome & extensive ar-
chitectural moldings make this home distinctive. A large eat in kitchen opens to a spacious great
roomwith cathedral ceiling & cozy fireplace. Extra touches such as brick patio, EP Henry hardscaping,
extra high basement ceilings, Christmas lighting package, newer paints throughout, sprinkler & alarm
systems, customcrown moldings, customclosets, customblinds, & a water filtration systemadd to
this home's value. The spacious Master en Suite has a with tray ceiling, a relaxing sitting area, gen-
erous walk in closet, & double vanity bath with jetted tub & separate shower. The additional 3 bed-
rooms are also well sized. Great finished basement, 2 car garage, partially fenced yard.
634 New Albany Rd, Moorestown $779,000
3 bedrooms, (with potential for 4th or 5th Bedroom), 2 full baths, 2 half Baths. Formally a builder's home....
Prominent local builder Bob Danley showed the great attention to detail that one would expect.. remarkable
ceiling geometry, extensive & handsome moldings, walls of sunny windows, a stunning chef's kitchen, 2
sided fireplaces, rotunda great room ceiling. 1st floor master en suite with its "Carry Bradshaw" closet,
sitting area, spa-like bath & stunning corner fireplace set the stage for sweet dreams. 2 additional bed-
rooms & full bath are also generous in size and are also well appointed. A spacious upstairs area can be
defined as additional 4th bedroom space, a 2nd living room, or quiet library or office. Finished Basement
w/ Bar, 1/2 Bath, 2.5 attached garage.
18 Paddock Lane, Cinnaminson $639,000
Feels like a fab B&B! Gate, Private, & next to Moorestown-- New energy efficient gas heating systems,
new 3rd floor AC, partial new roof addition. 5 Bds, 2.5 Baths. A stunning "Cornerstone" Kitchen, Lime-
stone Counters, 6 burner Dacor stove, Dacor double ovens, Subzero, Asco Dishwasher, Butlers pantry
with dishwasher, wine cooler and icemaker. An elegant library,& a stately Living Room featuring 2
Gas Fireplaces opens to an serene DR. The Family Room has a coffered ceiling & walls of windows.
A glamorous Master Suite- Large walk-in closet, gas fireplace, and renovated bath. Four other bed-
rooms, one bedroom boasts a FP. Finished 3rd Floor with Media Room and Cedar Closet. Outside
Porch/Veranda, Specialty Gardens, 2 car Garage, Fountain & Koi Pond--a classic!
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101 S Garfield Ave, Moorestown $189,900
3 bedroom, 1.5 bath Lovely Cape on a wonderful deep yard with new
fencing, new concrete driveway and sidewalks. Tons of charm, large
living & dining rooms, heated front porch, updated kitchen with maple
cabinets, Jenn Air double oven with 5 burner cook-top, granite coun-
tertops. Don't miss this wonderful home!
Joan DeLaney
Sales Associate
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715 Center Street, Collingswood
This charming 3 bedroom 2 full bath bungalow is perfect for a
"starter house" or for the person looking to "downsize". Hardwood
floors throughout and recently updated kitchen and bathrooms.
Ideally located 1/2 block from the Cooper River and a short walk
to downtown Collingswood. This house is in move-in condition.
Jo Ann Kay
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8031
132 E. Oak Ave, Moorestown
This 109 year old home has all the charm, moldings, and
architecture of its period but has been updated for the family
of the 21st century. NEW Central air, 5 bedrooms 2/1 baths,
wonderful large family room, hardwood floors throughout
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as health-care costs continue to
consume a larger share of the
budget, he said.
If it came down to cutting from
the budget, OSullivan said the
cost of salaries and benefits
would have to be reduced, which
might result in outsourcing or lay-
offs.
In June, the board approved a
three-year contract with ABM, a
janitorial service company, out-
sourcing night custodial staff at
William Allen Middle School.
Some parents and teachers
were unhappy with the boards de-
cision, many saying safety issues
and lack of proper upkeep are
concerns.
Before the dispute over out-
sourcing WAMS night custodians
arose, the district had already out-
sourced in areas that would not
directly affect student learning.
The school district outsources
other services such as bus drivers,
lunch staff and grounds person-
nel.
The district is attempting to
save money in areas that would
not greatly affect students, board
president Don Mishler explained
to The Sun in June.
Rumors were also spread re-
garding outsourcing of parapro-
fessionals, a possibility many did
not take lightly.
There is more concern with the
2014-2015 school year.
According to OSullivan, the es-
timated payroll for next year is $40
million and health care is approx-
imately $10 million. If 2 percent
raises are given on top of existing
raises, the district would spend
$800,000. But if health care in-
creases, there would be an in-
crease in expenses, resulting in an
increase of taxes more than the
cap.
If insurance increases by the
maximum negotiation rate, 16
percent, there would be a $1.4 mil-
lion increase in expenses, or a 5.5
percent increase.
The problem is we can only
raise taxes 2 percent of our cur-
rent tax levy of $54 million. That
leaves us with a $1.1 million prob-
lem, he said.
Coming up on an expired term
and not seeking reelection, OSul-
livan said addressing the raising
cost of health care in the current
three-year contract is vital for the
2014-2015 school year, and a rea-
sonable salary settlement would
alleviate the issue.
I want to leave them in good
hands, he said.
Official: Cutting budget would
reduce salaries and benefits
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years as a professional soccer
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The clinics are designed to de-
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Players should bring shin
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cleats and a water jug.
The cost for the program is $60
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children attending school in
Moorestown.
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recreational fields throughout
the school district.
We wanted to bring this for-
ward right away because the op-
portunity is finally solidified
enough to come before the
board, board vice president
Kathy Goldenberg said.
According to board president
Don Mishler, the Moorestown
Football Club will coordinate and
pay for creating and maintaining
banners at the high school stadi-
um and would be reimbursed
from the proceeds if it does not
exceed $200.
The parameters of the pilot
program are for advertisements
at the stadium and possibly the
tennis courts, Goldenberg said.
As of now, it is only for the fall
season. Booster clubs or teams
soliciting sponsorships will re-
ceive 50 percent of net proceeds.
The board of education will re-
ceive 40 percent and the facility
host team 10 percent.
Its a program that is ready to
go and we are pretty sure its
going to be successful. The idea is
to entice others to think about
the idea about how they can get
in, Mishler said.
All high school sports teams
may participate.
All banners would be uniform
in size and color, with school ap-
propriate materials tobacco,
firearms, alcohol, gentlemans
clubs, adult videos and others are
prohibited.
Both MHS Athletic Director
Neil Rosa and the school board
must approve before banners are
created and displayed.
The proceeds from the pro-
gram will go into the student
fund account, Mishler said.
According to board member
Dave Weinstein, the board ap-
proved a policy on the first read-
ing for school advertising. The
policy committee is in the
process of setting further param-
eters for what can and cannot be
advertised on school grounds.
There is going to be differ-
ence in interpretation, he said.
Banners would be installed on
Sept. 1 and removed at the end of
the fall season upon direction of
Rosa.
The next board meeting will be
held on Tuesday, Aug. 20, at 7:30
p.m. in William Allen Middle
School, 801 N. Stanwick Road.
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1st floor study has sliders to patio & large back yard. Laundry on
2nd floor adjacent to bedrooms. Sec. system and central vacuum.
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MOORESTOWN
CUSTOM TOWNHOME
Backing to private woods
and siding on Open Space, this
3 bedroom, 2.5 bath custom home
has been newly renovated.
The amazing new kitchen has
every convenience, beautiful new
hardwood floors and private deck.
$485,000
BURLINGTON
HISTORIC GEM
Step back in time as you enter this
special enclave of homes in the
historic 'London Square district.
This impeccably restored Italianate
Victorian features intricate detail
throughout and includes a 4-car
carriage house/garage.
$285,000
H O M L S I O R L I V I N G
MAPLE SHADE
SPACIOUS COLONIAL
Well maintained home situated on
a very large lot. This home offers
4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, master
bedroom suite with large closet
and private bath, large eat-in
kitchen with breakfast area and
lots of storage throughout.
$225,000
MOORESTOWN
NEW ENGLAND SALTBOX
The charm of a by-gone era
combined with the finest crafts-
manship is evident in this home by
Maines. Enjoy 3 fireplaces, wide
plank floors, updated kitchen and
newer gas furnace and A/C.
$599,000
CINNAMINSON
CUSTOM POST AND BEAM
Situated on 8+ acres of private
grounds, this spectacular
5 bedroom, 4 bath home features
custom millwork, wood floors,
gourmet kitchen, large master suite
and fabulous pool with large deck
and professional landscaping.
$795,000
MOORESTOWN
POND VIEWS
Enjoy spectacular views of
ponds and open space from this
recently renewed townhome.
Features include soaring ceilings,
hardwoods, 2 fireplaces, fantastic
master suite, private decks plus
2-car garage.
$459,000
MOORESTOWN
DESIRABLE END UNIT
This spacious 3 bedroom,
2.5 bath home features a large
living room with gas fireplace,
kitchen with island and adjoining
dining area, large master bedroom
and lower level with family
room and gas fireplace.
$274,900
MOORESTOWN
CENTER HALL COLONIAL
This well-maintained home
offers 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths,
2 fireplaces, large eat-in kitchen,
master suite with full bath, walk-in
closet, sitting room with 2 walls of
built-in cabinetry, a finished base-
ment and so much more.
$650,000
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our other homes for sale, visit
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MOORESTOWN
UPDATED COLONIAL
This beautiful home features
4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, gourmet
kitchen, a sunroom with heated
marble flooring, family room with
fireplace, media room with
fireplace, screened-in porch and
an attached 2-car garage.
$569,000
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MOORESTOWN
The graceful architecture of this New England shingle style home is sited on
2.8 acres at the end of a cul-de-sac. This residence is resplendent with magnificent
detail and appointments one would expect to provide the ultimate lifestyle.
$2,500,000
MOORESTOWN
This impeccable estate home is sited in a private enclave of 29 executive
homes. Features include 3 fireplaces, extensive Ramsay millwork and cabi-
netry and Donachy designed pergola and blue stone patios and walkways.
$1,295,000
MOORESTOWN
This exquisite all-brick home by Maines is sited on a cul-de-sac and features
spacious rooms and master craftsmanship throughout. Enjoy the custom
kitchen, hardwoods, sunroom, finished third floor and lower level.
$1,385,000
813 White Horse Pike Oaklyn, NJ (Rte. 295, Exit 29 - Rte. 30)
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