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Looking back on the happenings of Tabernacle


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s we bid adieu to 2014, we take a look


back at what made news in Tabernacle
Township this year.

Township

The new year brought a new mayor


to Tabernacle Township, as Joseph Barton was sworn in at the township committees annual reorganization meeting on Jan. 2.
Stephen Lee, who served as the mayor in 2013,
served as deputy mayor in 2014.
The petition for the dissolution of the fire district was presented to the committee at the end of
2013, but the process and discussion over it lasted
much of 2014.
Barton appointed a subcommittee of Lee and
Committeewoman Kim Brown in January to further look into the validity of concerns raised in the
petition and to share that information with the rest
of the township committee.

Brown and Lee reported on the findings of their


investigation at the committees April meeting.
Committeeman Lee and I have spent four
months doing our due diligence. Its fair to say weve
done our homework in arriving at our recommendation. Weve looked at the fire districts budget, the
bills theyve paid through the years and the consolidation into the township and the savings it would afford the taxpayers, Brown said. Our recommendation to dissolve the district in no way belittles the
dedication of the volunteers or fire commissioners.
Once the committee made its decision, an application for dissolution was sent to the Local Finance
Board.
The Local Finance Board, which is part of the
states Department of Community Affairs, voted on
Nov. 12 to accept the request of a petition submitted
to Tabernacle Township by resident Shawn Vena to
dissolve the Tabernacle Fire District. The committee then created an ordinance approving the dissoluplease see RESIDENTS, page 2

CLOCKWISE, FROM BOTTOM LEFT: For Seneca High School students, May 30 was
a throwback to the days of recess and field day as they celebrated Spirit Week with a
carnival, which included a chicken wing eating contest. Nadia Strobl, 6, hula hoops her
way to good health at Tabernacle Elementary Schools Family Fitness Night on Nov.
19. Cameron Dauria does his part to carve pumpkins at the Dauria family home on
Sooy Place Road. Friends and family helped carve more than 160 jack o lanterns over
the course of a weekend. Cody Cassise of Seneca carries on a volley in a match on
April 8. Tabernacle Township Superintendent of Schools George Rafferty took an ice
bath after receiving the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Lenape Regional High School

District Superintendent Carol Birnbohm. Rebecca Bohi took second in the pole vault at
the Olympic-Tri County meet on Jan. 11. The Seneca marching band shows off its new
uniforms in September. Seneca students gave the community a taste of the Hollywood
red carpet during the ninth annual DECA Fashion Show held Feb. 5. The Olson Middle
School Jazz Ensemble performs as part of Seneca High Schools ninth annual Jazz
Festival on March 19. Tabernacle resident Kaili Lembeck, 5, examines sparkly headbands at the Evesham Harvest Fest on Sept. 27. Students at Olson Middle School get a
face full of whipped cream as part of the schools Pi Day celebration. The picturesque
evening June 20 provided the perfect atmosphere for Senecas graduation ceremony.

2 THE TABERNACLE SUN DEC. 31, 2014JAN. 6, 2015

Residents saw tax increase


of about 8 percent in 2014
RESIDENTS
Continued from page 1
tion of the district, which will
bring the management of the
townships fire services back
under the committees control.
In its presentation to the LFB,
the committee said the township
would see a savings of $50,000 to
$70,000 annually by dissolving the
district. Additionally, the township expects to realize a savings
in insurance costs by moving the
fire companys insurance under
the joint insurance fund policy offered to municipalities by the
state.
The township will assume responsibility for the operation of
fire protection services as of Jan.
1. At that time, the township will
create an agreement with the

newly formed Tabernacle Fire


Company No. 1, which is led by
the same chief and contains
many of the same members as
the townships previous partner,
the Medford Farms Fire Company.
Residents saw a tax increase
of approximately 8 percent,
roughly $59 in 2014. The townships recent reassessment is partially responsible for the tax increase.
On average, the value of the
township went down, municipal
accountant Kevin Frenia said.
The average residence saw a decrease in value of 10.84 percent. If
the assessed value of the township goes down, the tax rate has
to increase.
The average assessed value for
homes in Tabernacle dropped
from $296,220 to $264,109, lowering
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Pitcher and catcher clinics will
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Interested players may register
on-line at www.taasoftball.org.
If you have any questions or
concerns, please email TAA Softball Director Kim Albertson at
kim.albertson@comcast.net.

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Shooting takes lives


of mother, three children
The township was rocked by
the tragic discovery that resident
Jeaninne LePage, 44, was found
on the morning of Nov. 20 shot
along with her three children,
Nicholas Harriman, 14, Alexander Harriman, 11, and Nadia Harriman, 8, at their Holly Park
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before turning the gun on herself,
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$73 million to $66 million.
Residents saw a few capital
improvements around the township as the stretch of Tuckerton
Road between the area of Old Indian Mills Road and Forked Neck
Road was repaved. Construction
at Patty Bowker Park also progressed as electrical construction
was approved for the new snack
stand. The construction at the
park has been constant over the
last seven years, as playground
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Road as the entire stretch between Southampton and Woodland Township will be reshaped
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School district budget


increases tax levy
SCHOOL
Continued from page 4

home at the time of the shooting.


The weapon, a revolver, was
found in close proximity to LePage, who was found with the
other victims in an upstairs bedroom where the shootings took
place. In the days following the
shooting, candlelight vigils were
held in the township, and both
Tabernacle Township schools as
well as Seneca High School had
grief counseling available for students. A service was held for the
children at the Church of The
Holy Eucharist.

School District
The cost to live in Tabernacle
Township rose as a result of the

Tabernacle School Districts 20142015 budget.


The tax levy impact on the average Tabernacle homeowner increased to $2,989.15 in 2014-2015
from $2,926.65 in 2013-2014. The
annual increase resulted in a difference of $52.50 or roughly $4.37
a month.
Like schools across the country, the administration and staff
at Seneca have been preparing for
the Partnership for Assessment
of Readiness for College and Careers, or PARCC. The test differs
from the previous HSPA exam in
that is taken digitally.
We have a great administration team who have done a great
job of preparing for PARCC,
Principal Jeff Spector said. We
feel comfortable that we are prepared for the technological asplease see PRICE, page 6

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lucky enough to be able to give and receive presents, to put a home-cooked
meal on the table and to sit back, relax
and enjoy whats important in life.
There are many, though, living right
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So as we are about to put 2014 behind
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on Citizenship found that 22.4 percent
of New Jersey residents volunteered
their time in 2013.
That ranked us near the bottom,
45th, in the nation. Utah topped the list
at 44.6 percent.
The study found that 1.45 million
residents volunteered a total of more
than 206 million hours of service. The
stats counted only non-paid work as
volunteering.

Millennials in our state ranked even


lower, at 49th overall, with only 17.3
percent of the age group volunteering
in 2013.
The good news is that it doesnt take
much to change this trend. Volunteering doesnt have to take up all of ones
free time, and it doesnt have to include
big monetary donations. Volunteering
can be as simple as pitching in at a
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team or collecting trash at a public
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With volunteering, doing a little can
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impact to someone else.
So while youre compiling your list
of To Dos for 2015, add giving back to
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Price, Jones, McCloy elected to Tabernacle BOE


PRICE
Continued from page 5
pects of administering the test. The challenge is for our teachers in managing and
maintaining the instructional time devoted to PARCC and the normal curriculum.
It will be an adjustment.
Residents will see a couple of familiar
faces as well as a new face on the Tabernacle Township Board of Education in the
wake of the election held Nov. 4.
Incumbents Stephen Price and Megan
Jones, as well as newcomer Kevin McCloy,
defeated Lorie Cutts for three vacant seats
on the board. Price received 885 votes, 24.06
percent, McCloy received 1,026 votes, 27.90
percent, Jones received 878 votes, 23.87 percent, and Cutts received 876 votes, 23.82
percent.

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Seneca students compete in tug-of-war during Spirit Week on May 30.


The Tabernacle Township Board of Education approved a contract for Superintendent George Rafferty for the period

from July 1, 2013, to June 30, 2018, at an anplease see LENAPE, page 7

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DEC. 31, 2014JAN. 6, 2015 THE TABERNACLE SUN 7

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The Lenape Regional High
School District has put bullying
and violence awareness at the
forefront with anti-bullying programs. Its efforts have not only resulted in all four schools being
designated as No Place for Hate,
but have also helped reduce bullying, violence and vandalism incidents.
According to the district's
semi-annual violence and vandalism report, the district had 63
combined incidents of violence,
vandalism, weapons and substance abuse from Jan. 1 through
June 30. This is a decrease of five
incidents from the same period in
2013.
Jim Kehoe, the district's security and emergency management
coordinator, said a significant
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bullying led to an overall decrease in incidents.
We've had a decrease in incidents in the bullying, violence,
vandalism and weapons categories, he said.
Last year, the district had a significant decrease in the number
of bullying incidents.
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The Lenape district credited
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focus on anti-bullying programs.
Superintendent Carol Birnbohm
said the district had a number of
HIB presentations and assemblies during School Violence
Awareness Week in October. In
addition, all four schools received
a No Place For Hate designation
from the Anti-Defamation League
for the second consecutive year.
The district also had a large decrease in fights as well as criminal offenses. There were only two
criminal offenses across the district last year, compared to eight
in 2012-13.
The one area where there was
an increase in numbers was in
substance abuse. There were 51
confirmed cases last school year.

This included 29 confirmed cases


of drug and alcohol use, 20 cases
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203 Rt. 530, Southampton

609-261-1888
everlastsheds.com

Lic.# 13VH01426900

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involved with a multi-trillion/year deregulation in
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world: telecommunications, energy, banking
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performance based including weekly bonuses
and monthly residual pay
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schedule, family life
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following email address:
dosomethingsignificant@yahoo.com

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By Randy Craig

(856) 981-1359
www.rcpaperhangings.com

856-767-4443

www.americanwatermanagement.com.

856-234-0014

Lic # 13VH06045200

Serving
South Jersey
for over 50
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609-953-9794
609-405-3873
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Pulse International Realty - Miami

305.428.2268
rena@pulseinternationalrealty.com
www.pulseinternationalrealty.com

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(856) 854-3198 www.NastasisFurniture.com


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