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Freedom Barks
Group asks council for help
with cleanup at park. PAGE 6
Township
prepares
to launch
new site
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
Want to report a water main
break or pothole from the road?
Want to watch the latest council
meeting from the comfort of your
home? How about paying your tax
or sewer bill online?
For Medford residents, all
these things will be possible as
the township prepares to launch a
new website and mobile app in-
tended to make accessibility to
residents easier in a variety of
facets.
Township manager Chris
Schultz said a new website should
be ready to go within a couple of
weeks. With it will come a vast
number of tools for residents.
One of them is a new citizen re-
sponse program. Residents will
be able to report water main
breaks, potholes and other re-
pairs on either the website or the
app.
Beth Portocalis, the assistant
to Schultz, said the new program
MIKE MONOSTRA/The Sun
Heather Lewis, Leah Fow, Marilyn Konecny and Lorraine Hewlett play the first round of bingo at the Medford Home and School Associ-
ation’s first bingo night last Wednesday. The event was the HSA’s final fundraiser of the year, with a portion of the proceeds going to-
ward the organization.
Home and School Association hosts bingo night
please see RESIDENTS, page 13
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L
ast year at this time, we
preached how important it was
to stay local for the summer-
time. We said that the 102 days be-
tween Memorial Day and Labor Day
weekends are “crucial” for the Jersey
Shore, which, no matter where you
live in our fine state, has a vital impact
on our economy.
We are now a year-and-a-half re-
moved from the devastation that was
caused by Hurricane Sandy, but some
Shore towns are still fighting to fully
recover. Beach remediation is all but
complete, and the boardwalks and
shops are up and running, for the most
part – at least those that decided to re-
build.
But these Shore towns still need our
support.
Beach Season 2013 was not a good
one. As if rebuilding from Sandy was-
n’t bad enough, an incredibly wet June
kept visitors away from the Shore dur-
ing prime weekends. Sales for stores
in the hardest-hit areas of the storm
were off anywhere from 20-40 percent
last year, according to state economic
reports. And Gov. Christie’s office esti-
mated that companies lost more than
$63 million in business due to the
storm.
So what’s the message here? It’s sim-
ple: Visit the Shore this summer, and
visit often.
New Jersey residents often take our
coastline for granted, but we should
realize how lucky we are to have such
a gem this close to home. So let’s pay it
back this summer.
There are fewer than three weeks
until the official start of the summer
beach season, but with schools letting
out a little later this year thanks to the
snowy winter, there is still plenty of
time to plan your summer vacation at
the Jersey Shore.
The beach towns need your support,
now more than ever. Let’s all dedicate
at least part of our summer to giving
back.
New year, same message:
Stay local this summer
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Freedom Barks asks council for help
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
Lately, the Freedom Park Dog Run has
gone to the dogs, but not in a good way.
Representatives from Freedom Barks,
the nonprofit organization helping to
maintain the dog park, attended last week’s
council meeting. Speaking on their behalf,
Jo Sue Kaufman issued a plea for assis-
tance in keeping the park clean.
According to Freedom Barks, litter and
dog excrement have become a major issue
at the park, filling the ground, bushes and
even trees with waste.
“Our main problem at this point is deal-
ing with the litter and garbage,” she said.
To deal with this, Freedom Barks has
found someone who is willing to clean the
park regularly, but only if he gets paid. The
organization is concerned about liability
issues if it hires someone for the job.
Township Manager Chris Schultz said
the lack of public works staff prevents the
township from having someone frequently
patrol the dog park. Council added the
township is not in a position to add an em-
ployee just for cleaning the dog park at this
time.
“We no longer have the disposable in-
come to clean up after the public,” Council-
man Randy Pace said.
Schultz also said the amount of litter
and trash shows the lack of care some visi-
tors have in keeping the park clean.
“The law in Medford is that you pick up
after your dog,” he said.
Kaufman said the dog park has been a
huge benefit for the township with upward
of 300 people visiting it on a nice weather
day. She said many of these people are from
out of town and are visiting local business-
es, providing a financial benefit to the Med-
ford Village area.
The dog park has not been the only place
overtaken by litter. Pace said the town-
ship’s skate park was full of trash just days
after a clean up project he participated in.
He also remarked only four people attend-
ed the skate park clean up despite heavy
advertising.
While the issue of litter appears unre-
solved, council asked Freedom Barks to
speak to the Medford Youth Athletic Asso-
ciation about using a contractor to help
clean the park.
In other news:
• After numerous long discussions and
debates, council adopted an ordinance reg-
ulating donation bins in Medford. The final
vote was 3-1, with Pace voting no and Coun-
cilman Frank Czekay absent.
Pace fought the ordinance up until the
vote, re-iterating there was no need for the
township to have such an ordinance. He
said a resolution allowing the township to
enforce the state statute on donation bins
please see CHAPEL, page 9
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Yoga pretzels: Ages 6-12. 4:30 p.m.
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TUESDAY May 20
Storytime: Ages 4-6. 1:30 p.m.
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Paws to read: 3:30-4:15 p.m.
Pinelands Branch Library. Chil-
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Lakes Country Club, Medford
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Under the new ordinance, do-
nation bins are banned from mu-
nicipal property, and a $25 fee is
attached to any donation bins on
private property.
• Schultz gave council a presen-
tation on the township’s health-
care plan at the beginning of the
meeting. His presentation showed
the differences in the township’s
current self-funded health plan as
opposed to the New Jersey health
benefits program.
The township’s goal is to re-
duce and stabilize health-care
costs through better case manage-
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awareness among township em-
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• Schultz updated the public on
the roadwork project on Chapel
Avenue.
The road will be closed for
much of the summer as a culvert
pipe is being replaced. The proj-
ect, which will cost $170,000, will
include new guardrails along the
curve on the road. While no spe-
cific timeline has been an-
nounced, the project will keep the
road closed for at least a couple
months.
• The next Medford Township
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CHAPEL
Continued from page 6
Chapel Avenue to be
closed for roadwork
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The Independence Sinfonia, a
professional 40-piece chamber or-
chestra, will present a concert at
the Medford Leas auditorium on
Sunday afternoon, May 18 at 2:30
p.m.
The Sinfonia, conducted by
Maestro Jerome Rosen, will play
“Hayden’s Symphony Number
13,” “The Drumroll”
and Mozart’s “Clarinet Concer-
to.” The public is invited and
tickets are $10 per person at the
door.
The Sinfonia, now in its 17th
season, draws its members from
throughout the Philadelphia and
South Jersey area.
The orchestra is comprised of
talented professional musicians
who, united in their love of classi-
cal music, volunteer their servic-
es to bring great music to the
community.
Rosen led the Cleveland Reper-
toire Orchestra at Boston Univer-
sity and was director of the Oak
Park Symphony in Detroit. A vio-
linist, Rosen served as associate
concertmaster of the Detroit
Symphony and the Boston Sym-
phony, as well as concert master
of the Boston Pops. He now lives
in Jersey City and views the Inde-
pendence Sinfonia as his “retire-
ment job.”
The Medford Arts Center,
which has sponsored Sinfonia ap-
pearances in Medford for the past
six years, teamed up with Med-
ford Leas to move the concert to
the retirement community’s spa-
cious auditorium.
“The acoustics are excellent,
and we look forward to playing
to an informed and appreciative
audience,” says Yole Paterson, a
Sinfonia board member who
lives in Medford and who organiz-
es the orchestra’s appearances
here.
“A number of the musicians
live in nearby Southern New Jer-
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have to cross the bridge.”
Medford Leas is located on
Route 70 in Medford, New Jersey,
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honor fellow cyclists who have
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torists. The motoring public, po-
lice and city officials often aren’t
aware of these rights, and some-
times are not aware of the cy-
clists themselves.
This is the 11th year of the Na-
tional Ride of Silence and the sec-
ond year the Medford chapter will
ride. The Ride of Silence is a free
ride that asks its cyclists to ride
no faster than 12 miles per hour
and remain silent during the ride.
The event will start at 7 p.m. at
Freedom Park.
Participants are asked to ar-
rive 30 minutes early to allow for
parking and registering for the
ride. Cyclists must also have safe
and operable bicycles, a safe hel-
met and be able to make the eight-
mile ride under their own power.
In 2003, Chris Phelan organized
the first Ride of Silence in Dallas
after endurance cyclist Larry
Schwartz was hit by the mirror of
a passing bus and was killed.
Since then the ride has grown
into a worldwide event.
Last year was the first Ride of
Silence for the Medford chapter.
Members of all major local bicy-
cling clubs participated. Organiz-
ers are anticipating that more
than 100 cyclists will be partici-
pating in this year’s ride. The ride
will follow a pre-determined
route through Medford.
“Unfortunately, there are far
too many people who have lost a
loved one or friend in a tragic
auto and bike accident,” said
Medford chiropractor Brett A.
Wartenberg. ”After suffering a
near fatal accident myself in 2006,
I want to create as much aware-
ness as possible about road and
please see RIDE, page 16
would permit a much faster re-
sponse time to public works re-
pairs than before. Previously, the
municipal building would receive
many of its reports over the
phone.
“If you’re driving around, you
can take a picture, upload it, and
your GPS will upload your loca-
tion,” Portocalis said.
Residents will be able to follow
the progress of a repair after re-
porting it and will receive a notifi-
cation when the repair is fin-
ished.
Residents will also find more
convenience in monitoring coun-
cil meetings.
The meetings will be streamed
live online thanks to the installa-
tion of a camera at the Public
Safety Building.
In addition, all meetings will be
archived and available for view-
ing on demand. After the minutes
of a meeting are approved, indi-
vidual discussions will be time
stamped on the stream.
“If there’s something con-
tentious on the agenda, you don’t
have to go through the two-hour
tape of the council meeting, you
can click on that thing and it’ll be
synched up,” Portocalis said.
According to Portocalis, the old
website was tough for many resi-
dents to navigate, leading to a lot
of phone calls to the municipal
building.
“There was an assumption that
the public would know how the
government operated,” Portocalis
said of the old website. “People
try to maneuver the current web-
site and they won’t click through
two or three times.”
The new website aims to make
navigation easier by making fea-
tures easy to find.
Portocalis said there were op-
erations, such as online bill pay-
ment, that many residents didn’t
know about.
“We’re trying to make this.
Some people don’t know you can
pay your tax and sewer bills on-
line,” she said. “We’re trying to
structure it and bring that for-
ward.”
The hope is by adding specific
links, such as online bill pay-
ment, residents will find the site
user-friendly.
“This is more critical now be-
cause we actually consolidated
the departments,” Portocalis
said. “While it’s more common in
other parts of the country, it’s less
common here.”
Residents will see a lot of
changes on the township website,
but there are additional changes
happening behind the scene. The
township’s content management
systems were overhauled to make
operations more streamlined.
“Right now, the staff just re-
ceived all of the training on the
different facets of the software,”
Portocalis said. “The depart-
ments are responsible for their
own content and data.”
Municipal personnel have al-
ready switched over to the new
systems internally. As far as the
website is concerned, Schultz es-
timated about two-thirds of it is
completed.
The mobile app will not be
launched at the same time as the
website. Schultz said the website
will be launched first, with the
app to follow in later weeks.
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Police identify ATM
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comes from Lt. Joseph Friel of
the Evesham Township Police De-
partment:
Evesham Police have identified
and charged the male accused of
installing the “Skimming” device
and camera on a Bank of Ameri-
ca ATM in Evesham on April 26.
Within 24 hours of posting the
ATM surveillance photographs
on the department’s Facebook
page, ETPD received dozens of
tips, which led to the positive
identification of a male from
Medford.
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suspect’s home along with an ar-
rest warrant ($25,000). On May 6,
the New Jersey State Police
TEAMS Unit along with mem-
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Police Departments executed the
search warrant in the 100 block of
Tuckerton Road in Medford.
The suspect is still at large and
ETPD is asking that anybody
with information as to his where-
abouts to contact the Evesham
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1116, the Confidential Tip Line at
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Choral concert to be
held Sunday, June 1
“Pulling Together: An evening
of Choral Music to Benefit
Covenant House Camden” is
being held at the Orthodox
Church of the Holy Cross in Med-
ford on Sunday, June 1 at 5 p.m.
The concert will feature the
Northern Burlington County Re-
gional High School Chorale and
the Choir of the Orthodox
Church of the Holy Cross. A free
will offering will be taken in sup-
port of Covenant House Camden.
Covenant House, which has
homes throughout the Americas,
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services to homeless, abandoned
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According to New Jersey State
Police, there have been 146 fatal
bicycle-automobile injuries in
New Jersey from 2002 through
2011.
There are many, many more
that are seriously injured. For ex-
ample, in Michigan in one year
there were 2,188 reported acci-
dents between automobiles and
bicycles. The largest percentage
of fatalities occurred in two de-
mographics, children 11 to 15
years of age and adults 45 to 54
years of age.
“Many drivers are not aware
that bicycles are legally required
to ride in the streets and roads
and not on sidewalks," Warten-
berg said.
A brief ceremony remember-
ing family and loved ones who
lost their lives while riding bicy-
cles will be held, followed by ride
protocol and safety instructions.
This event is sponsored by Med-
ford Township and the Rock-it-
Riders Bicycle Club, and is sup-
ported by the Medford Police De-
partment.
Medford Police will be stopping
traffic along the route so
the ride will be safe and clear.
Bicycle mechanics will also be on
hand to check bikes before
the ride. Industry-related and
safety vendors will be on hand as
well.
The ride will return to Free-
dom Park around 8:30 p.m. There,
vendors, informational tables,
and activities will be available
from 6 to 9 p.m. for the partici-
pants and all supporters of this
awareness effort.
For additional information
please contact Beth Portocalis, at
(609) 654-2608 ext. 338 or email
bportocalis@medfordtownship.co
m.
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5 BR, 1.5 BA home within walking distance
to Upper Aetna Lake w/eat-in kitchen w/all
appliances included, screened porch, family
room w/woodburning fireplace & pull down
staircase to attic. $269,900
MEDFORD
4 BR, 2.5 BA colonial in Deerbrook w/up-
dated bathrooms, bright kitchen w/skylights,
full appliance pkg, 2 car side entry garage,
fenced backyard w/kidney-shaped inground
pool & deck & home warranty. $394,700
MEDFORD
4 BR, 1.5 BA colonial on almost a half acre
w/covered entry w/brick accent, gleaming
hardwood floors, DR w/French doors to
stamped concrete patio w/EP Henry fire pit,
updated kitchen w/custom tile backsplash.
$279,900
MEDFORD
4 BR, 2.5 BA Pond & Spitz home on over an
acre w/peace & quiet of natural surround-
ings, 2 story foyer, gleaming hardwood
floors, open concept space joins breakfast
area & kitchen, 3 bay garage, large deck,
sound and security system.$564,000
MEDFORD
Charming Chiusano built Jamestown on
corner lot in Meadow Wood w/3 BR, 2.5 BA,
country style kitchen, large family room
w/full wall brick fireplc, attached garage
w/inside access, economic gas heat &
home protection plan. $284,900
MEDFORD
4 BR, 2 BA European charmer on over an
acre in Centennial Estates w/2 story foyer,
gleaming hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen
w/stainless steel appliances, 2 story family
room, finished basement, 3 car garage &
fenced backyard. $989,000
MEDFORD
3 BR, 2.5 BA Bob Meyer built home in Deer-
brook w/neutral paint, gas fireplace, wood
floors under carpet, 4 seasons sunroom, 2
car garage, newer heater, a/c, hot water
heater, windows, updated powder room &
much more. $334,900
MEDFORD
4 BR, 3 BA home w/large eat-in kitchen,
family room w/brick fireplace, 3 season
sunroom w/skylights & back door to deck
and yard, large master suite, in-law suite
w/separate entrance, oversized garage &
home warranty. $375,000
MEDFORD LAKES
4 BR, 2.5 BA lakefront ranch w/renovated
kitchen w/granite counters, refinished hard-
woods, master suite addition, wide open
floor plan, stunning lake views and paver
landscaping. $479,900
MEDFORD
3 BR, 2.5 BA executive townhome in Cran-
berry Lakes w/plenty of windows, open
floor plan, hdwd floors, gas fireplace in
family room, open kitchen, sumptuous
master bathroom, newer stamped concrete
patio & 2 car garage. $339,900
MEDFORD
3 BR, 2.5 BA soft contemporary w/open
floor plan, sumptuous kitchen w/maple
cabinetry, 26x13 family room w/gas fire-
place & wetbar, 22x13 game room, large
laundry room, screened porch, storage
shed and 2 car garage. $315,900
MEDFORD
3 BR, 2 full and 2 half bath Bob Meyer
home w/eat-in kitchen, family room w/ex-
tended brick fireplace, 4 season sunroom
w/tile floor and skylights, finished base-
ment, 2 car garage, irrigation system, cir-
cular drive & more. $355,000
MEDFORD
3 BR, 2.5 BA townhome w/newer roof, garage
door, insulation, high efficiency windows
w/lifetime guarantee, attic fan, kitchen cabi-
nets, Corian countertops & top of the line dou-
ble oven. Painted neutral throughout.
$194,900
MEDFORD
3 BR, 2 BA lakefront rancher w/gorgeous
family room w/fireplace, kitchen w/all appli-
ances & breakfast bar, huge family room,
two car oversized garage w/workbench and
spacious patio and grill overlook lake and
dock. $280,000
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MEDFORD
24 Fernwood Court 4BR, 2.5BA situated on
a .63 acre lot w/fabulous gourmet kitchen complete
w/granite countertops, ample cabinetry, tile back-
splash, wine refrigerator and ceramic tile floor, sliding
doors lead to spacious deck. Family room w/vaulted
ceilings, skylights and fireplace. Finished basement
w/recessed lighting and custom bar. $415,000
MEDFORD
31 Cooper TomIinson Road This 3BR,
1.5BA home is situated on 2.73 acres w/maintenance free
deck viewing open space & wooded areas. Finished sun-
room, wood floors, replacement windows. Updated
Kitchen has built in bench, tile floor and backsplash Jen-
naire grill. Oversized 2 car garage w/heat and electricity
and additional gardening shed w/electric. $324,000
MEDFORD
79 Union Street Charming mix of old and new, this
4BR, 3BA has had some remodeling including a new family
room and master bedroom addition. Master suite has gas fire-
place & French doors to balcony overlooking the rear yard and
Master bath is bright w/gorgeous stand alone tub, subway tiles
& marble floor. 3rd floor attic is finished for more usable space!
Bank owned and being sold “As Is.” $259,000
MEDFORD LAKES
18 Cochise CircIe Expansive 4/5BR, 2.5BA
center hall colonial. Updated kitchen and adjoining break-
fast room with large casement window to view the yard.
Sunken family room w/fireplace and sliders to large back
deck. Bonus room can be used as a computer nook or arts
& crafts area. Large office and generously sized bedrooms.
Floored attic offers more storage. $354,000
MEDFORD
20 Pocahontas TraiI Beautiful 5BR,
2.5BA colonial in Blue Lake. Lg kitchen
w/breakfast bar and eating area w/fireplace,
family room w/wood stove, terra cotta tiles,
vaulted ceilings & skylights. Sunroom, large
mud/laundry room and bonus room perfect for
office, craft room or den. $350,000
MEDFORD
34 Pocahontas TraiI 4BR, 2.5BA home
in Blue Lake w/inground pool, finished
basement, screened porch, breakfast room,
office/gym, sauna, central vacuum system.
$369,000
MEDFORD
1 LincoIndaIe Court Lovely end unit town-
house in prestigious Cranberry Lake. Largest model
backs up to wooded setting on private cul-de-sac.
Beautiful kitchen w/stainless steel appliances, pantry,
breakfast far, plenty of storage. Sunny family room
w/gas fireplace, upstairs has oversized loft with end-
less possibilities! $335,000
MEDFORD
52 Hinchman Road 4BR, 2.5BA, new
carpets throughout, newer septic system,
freshly painted, replacement windows,
granite countertops, beautiful wood floors
in living room & family room, gas fireplace.
$350,000
MEDFORD
12 Harvest Lane Beautiful 4BR, 2.5BA
w/hardwood floors, palladium windows, up-
dated kitchen w/bright white cabinets, granite
countertops, tile backsplash & stainless steel
appliances, family room w/gas fireplace.
Three tiered deck, heated gunite pool, 2
sheds, sprinkler system. $479,900
MEDFORD
39 E. CentenniaI Rd Beautiful 4BR,
2.5BA home located in Centennial Lake.
Family Room, Office, Sun Room, Game
Room, Solarium, Two Fireplaces, Exposed
Beams, Bay Window, Central Vacuum Sys-
tem. $449,000
MEDFORD
35 White Oak TraiI Updated 4BR, 1.5BA
home on quiet street where you can enjoy the
perks of beach access and canoeing! Fabulous
Sunroom, walls of windows & dual skylights,
kitchen has newer cabinetry & stainless steel
appliances, tremendous Family Room with wood
burning fireplace. $286,000
MEDFORD
101 SmithfieId Court Upgrades galore!
Newer siding, roof & gutters, finished basement
w/new carpeting, Trex deck, fabulous inground
pool, huge kitchen w/hardwood floors & granite
countertops, family room w/wood burning fire-
place and French doors leading to sunroom.
Master suite with fireplace! $483,900
MEDFORD
257 Sunny Jim Drive Beautiful 4BR,
2.5BA home located in Deerbrook on a
wooded lot. Family Room with Fireplace.
Shed, Deck. $379,000
MEDFORD LAKES
171 Cheyenne TraiI Spacious & elegant 5BR,
3.5BA home in desirable Medford Lakes. Details in abundance
from the Grand room w/full length stone fireplace to the kitchen
w/granite counters, gas cooking and stainless steel appliances.
Master Bedroom on both main floor and second level, which has a
gas fireplace and each with an exquisitely updated bathroom. Fin-
ished basement. $550,000
MEDFORD
17 N. Lakeside Drive 2BR, 1.5BA
located in Birchwood Lakes. Estate sale,
property being sold “As Is” but is in good
condition. $315,000
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