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MARCH 2–8, 2016

Moorestown tops MFS, 66-40

Council plans resolution
for next meeting to install
carbon filtration system
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
The interim solution to treat
the Trichloropropane (TCP 1,2,3)
and Trichlorethylene (TCE) that
have been found in the township’s
drinking water could come to
fruition within the next two
months.
Moorestown Town Council
plans to have a resolution at its
March 7 meeting to install a carbon filtration system to help treat
the TCP 1,2,3 and TCE found in
Wells 7 and 9 at the North Church
Street Water Treatment Plant.
Township
manager
Scott
Carew also announced he called
for the township to shut down the
well at the request of Mayor Phil
Garwood on Friday, Feb. 19. Garwood said he spoke with each
council member for their opinions, and all agreed to shut down
the wells. However, Carew said he
was the one to call for the shut
down, not council.
Wells 7 and 9 were closed upon
please see GARWOOD, page 18

BRIGIT BAUMA/The Sun

Moorestown High School’s Dil Alston gets some air as he attempts to take a shot over Moorestown Friends School’s Jack Stern during
the varsity game last Wednesday. The Quakers beat the Foxes, 66-40.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Fire Districts
Budgets pass, new roof
approved. PAGE 14

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . 21–25
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Police Report . . . . . . . . . . . 4

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SUSAN DANNHEIM
Office: 856-235-1950 x5273
Cell: 856-495-6966
E-Mail:Rltorsue1@aol.com

Extraordinary Colonial showcases living & family rooms with brick f/p & log bins, library opening to screened porch and
salt water pool. Unique kitchen features soapstone countertops, a farm sink, upscale appliances, breakfast room overlooking gardens, back stairway to 5 bedrooms. MBR includes 2 walk in closets, en suite bath. Lower level offers media room
with 10’ screen, and additional finished spaces. Newer mechanicals: 2014 heater, 2013 A/C units, and tankless water heater.

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Immaculate Milburne model in desirable Tenby Chase on a peaceful cul de sac.
Enter through beautiful French doors into the family room with a gas fireplace
with remote, and custom built bookcases. The family room opens into the
kitchen as well as Pella sliding doors to the screened back patio. The kitchen
features high quality oak cabinets, porcelain tile floor and matching porcelain
tile back splash. Great for entertaining, the kitchen flows into your dining room
and living room with hard wood floors, chair rails and over-sized windows. Elegant crown molding is featured in the living room, dining room, kitchen and
family room. There is a bonus room on the first floor that could be used as an
office, playroom, or guest suite, with private access to full bath. On the second
floor you will find 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths. The master bedroom has brand
new carpeting and master bath re-designed to add additional space. In addition
to all of this living space, there is a finished basement with 2 huge storage closets, wine closet, work space with built in desk and a storage room with shelving.
Relax or entertain on the cozy back patio with brickway to garden and Jen Air
in-line natural gas BBQ grill.

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Office: 856-235-1950 x5230
Cell:856-905-5011
Email:Kathyhullings@aol.com

Enchanting home offers hand hewn beams complementing
wide planked floors throughout. Features include 2- Story
family room with balcony, upscale country kitchen w/ granite
and S/S appliances, 3rd bedroom /office. Enjoy huge’ deck
with hot tub. 2nd floor offers main bedroom suite w/ main
bath plus 2nd bedroom w/ gorgeous bath. Walk out lower
level leads to insulated 2-car garage and garden shed. Contrasts between the energy efficient wood structure and the
best in kitchen and bathroom design provide exceptional
modern living .

Laurel Creek expanded END townhouse with 3
bedrooms plus sitting room off master, brand
new paint and refinished hardwood floors, maple
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(Laurel Creek Country Club) Exquisite Golf Villa situated on the 11 Fairway
with spectacular pond and golf course views! This beautiful home features
4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 2 car garage, and study - BRAND NEW 2 ZONE HEAT,
CENTRAL AIR AND HOT WATER HEATER, gourmet kitchen with granite and
newer double oven, soaring ceilings, spacious 3 tier deck, EP Henry driveway
and walkway, hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, crown molding, huge
window array on entire back of the home for breathtaking views plus much
more!

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Office: 856-235-1950 x5252
Cell:267-972-2857
Email: Mgiannetto1976@gmail.com

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Pride of ownership shows in this spacious all brick
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Beautiful, completely updated Estate Home offering 6 bedrooms, finished basement, wrap around porch, magnificent
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Exquisite NW Estates 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath home offering finished basement, back staircase,
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Charming Custom Traditional Maines built home perfectly situated on a lovely lot offering
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4 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — MARCH 2–8, 2016

Police: Vehicles entered,
windows smashed, bags taken
The following reports are on
file with the Moorestown Police
Department:
On Feb. 12, a 25-yearold man of Camden
was
arrested
and
charged with shoplifting.
He concealed numerous items of clothing valued

at $1,682 from Macy’s Department
Store in the Moorestown Mall.
He was transported to the
Burlington County Jail on $2,500
bail.

police
report

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GUTTER DOCTOR

On Feb. 16, a business on Marne Highway reported the theft
of
approximately
$1,000 from the office sometime
between Feb. 11 and Feb. 15.

On Feb. 18, two vehicles parked
at the Kingsway Learning Center
on Route 38 were entered.
One had the front passenger
window smashed out and a gym
bag was taken, value less than
$200.
The other vehicle had the rear
driver’s side window smashed out
and a Louis Vuitton hand bag was
taken, valued at $1,200.

MARCH 2–8, 2016 – THE MOORESTOWN SUN 5

Coloring contest
winners announced

CALL NOW FOR FOR WINTER SAVINGS!

Moorestown winners include Cameron Goldstein,
Megan Kochuba, Jonny Yin, Joseph J. Katt
Moorestown. They are: Cameron
Goldstein, 5; Megan Kochuba, 8;
Jonny Yin, 8; and Joseph J. Katt,
14.
To see the winning entries,
please visit our Facebook page,
www.facebook.com/moorestownsun. Congratulations to the winners!

NJ Lic. #13vh0111555900

The Sun newspapers announced the winners of their
Valentine Coloring Contest. Readers were asked to color a picture
and send it to us for entry into a
contest. Each winner received a
four-pack of tickets to Sahara
Sams. There were 134 total entries, and four winners from

Easter fun at Lutheran Crossings March 26
Hop on over to the front lawn of
Moorestown’s Lutheran Crossings to join in the fun! The Easter
Bunny arrives on Saturday,
March 26 at 10 a.m. and the egg
hunt begins at 10:30 a.m. Bring a
camera and take a picture with
the Easter Bunny, make an Easter
craft, enjoy refreshments and face
painting and support the Luther-

an Crossings Auxiliary by purchasing a gently used children’s
book. Discover one of the “golden
eggs” to win a special prize.
Early registration is requested
by calling (856) 813-5824 or by
emailing
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gmail. com. Lutheran Crossings
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E. Main St. in Mooresotwn.

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THE MOORESTOWN SUN — MARCH 2–8, 2016

in our opinion

Phew!

108 Kings Highway East
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
856-427-0933

No school district will see a decrease in state aid

Dan McDonough Jr.
chairman of elauwit media

chool administrators throughout the state were holding their
collective breath leading up to
Gov. Christie’s 2016 budget address.
“Where would state aid stand?” was
the question on everyone’s mind. If
state aid went down considerably, how
hard would it hit the school district’s
bottom line?
Come last month, though, these
same administrators were able to
breathe a sigh of relief when Christie
announced that his budget proposal
would actually increase state aid to
schools and, more importantly, wouldn’t reduce aid to any school district.
Overall, Christie proposed a 4 per-

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It’s budget time
The school district will be releasing its
2016-2017 budget numbers, and the
impact on your tax bills, shortly. The Sun
will have all the details on the budget
when they are released. If you want to
share your thoughts on the topic, send
us a letter to the editor. We’d love to
hear from you.

cent increase in education funding,
with $94.3 million more going to direct
support to schools, which represents a
1 percent increase over last year.
The rest of that 4 percent increase is
earmarked for debt, pension and
health care.
The good news for school districts

like ours, which doesn’t receive the
bulk of state aid to public schools anyway, is that we will not lose any state
aid from last year.
We’ll actually be seeing an increase
in state aid, which is a rarity, even
though that increase is only very minimal.
While we certainly could have used
more help from the Garden State, it’s
comforting to know we won’t have to
kick in more money out of our already
thin pockets.
So two thumbs up to Christie for
paying attention to one of the most important aspects of life here in New Jersey – our public schools.

letter to the editor

Writer: ‘If we can buy all the
water we need, we should’
Your article, “Water solution nears,”
(Feb. 17-23) was very informative, but also
deeply disturbing.
Moorestown is closing wells and buying
water from New Jersey American Water
because our well water is tainted by two industrial solvents: trichloroethylene, (TCE),
a degreaser for metal parts, and 1, 2, 3,
trichloropropane, (TCP), a curing agent for
polysulfide polymers – “the standard
sealant for virtually all aircraft fuel tanks
and bodies since the 1950s,” according to
Wikipedia.
These two chemicals are not naturally
occurring; they are man made. How did
they come to be in our well water? Ask
yourself, what business in our community
would be likely to use large quantities of
the chemicals described above? I can think
of one: Lockheed Martin.
Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) is a global aerospace, defense, security and advanced technologies company with worldwide interests. It is the largest defense contractor in the world, and it employs 116,000

people worldwide. It is also the largest employer in Moorestown, and in all of South
Jersey. In January 2015 it reported net sales
for the fourth quarter of 2014 at $12.5 billion.
Back on Aug. 21, 2014, the Philadelphia
Inquirer reported on Lockheed and a TCE
pollution suit in the township, “A federal
judge in Camden has dismissed a lawsuit
in which two Moorestown couples alleged
that their families were exposed to health
risks and a loss of property value because
of underground contamination caused by
a toxic chemical spill at a plant now owned
by Lockheed Martin…”
Judge Jerome B. Simandle said no evidence was presented to show that the concentrations of TCE and perchloroethylene
(PCE) vapors found in the Wexford neighborhood across from the plant "pose an imminent and substantial endangerment to
health or the environment.”
Julie LaVan, the Moorestown lawyer
who represented the two families, was
quoted saying, "It's an unfortunate situation that there are contaminants and
chemicals located on the plaintiffs' properties and neighboring properties, and the
judge decided, based on all the evidence,

that the levels don't harm the health of people or the environment."
If you Google “Lockheed Martin” and
“Moorestown,” you will be taken to the
Lockheed Martin website, where there is a
History of the Borton Landing Road facility.
Here is an ominous quote from the page:
“During its history, the site used chlorinebased solvent chemicals in metal parts
cleaning operations. The site also stored
fuel oil in underground storage tanks to
feed the boilers… Sampling conducted
under the direction of NJDEP over the
next two years identified 15 areas of concern (AOCs) at the site, six of which did
not require further action. A cleanup plan
was submitted to the NJDEP and approved
in 1992.”
The solvents are not named in the “history.”
The Moorestown Sun articles on the pollution of our wells never mention a possible source of the TCP and TCE contaminants, because our township officials don’t
speak of it.
Instead we face the prospect of a four to
please see LETTER, page 17

Tim Ronaldson

Joe Eisele

executive editor

publisher

manaGinG editor

Kristen Dowd
Mike Monostra
moorestown editor Brigit Bauma
art director Stephanie Lippincott
advertisinG director Arlene Reyes

senior associate editor

chairman of the board

Russell Cann
chief executive officer Barry Rubens
vice chairman Michael LaCount, Ph.D.
elauwit media Group
publisher emeritus
editor emeritus

Steve Miller
Alan Bauer

The Sun is published weekly by Elauwit
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Floor, Haddonfield, NJ 08033. It is mailed
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Colonial style home with 4 bedrooms and 2.5
baths featuring living room with hardwood
floors and fireplace, kitchen with granite counters and island, partially finished basement
with family room, master suite, and professionally landscaped yard.

LOVINGLY MAINTAINED
This charming Colonial home is situated on a quiet
street with no through traffic. Features include 4
bedrooms, 2.5 baths, hardwood floors, living room
with fireplace, updated kitchen, and family room
with fireplace and French doors that lead to the
back deck.

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123 E. Main Street Moorestown, NJ 08057
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This custom home leaves nothing to be desired. As
you enter the circular driveway, you are immediately
taken with the lush landscaping and meticulously
maintained grounds. The kitchen is a gourmet cook's
dream. The finished basement was constructed by
Craig Lord. The second floor does not disappoint
with a sun filled master bedroom with a custom
bathroom.

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Lovely 4BR center-hall colonial on a quaint street
offering a private, park-like setting. Gorgeous DR
w/original HW flrs, chair rail, stunning bay windows
leads to a charming porch & path to lower entertaining area. Sunroom provides added living space
& leads to a lovely terrace. Updated kitchen & gorgeous renovated powder room.

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Charming, well- maintained 4 bedroom home located on a
quaint street in historic Riverton. Boasting a formal living
and dining Room with hardwood floors, an upgraded
kitchen with commercial gas range and basement with
plenty of room for storage. Conveniently located near the
Riverline Light Rail System and Tacony-Palmyra Bridge. Truly
a fabulous, historic town with community involvement.

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Great location! Commuter's dream! 2 bedroom, 11/2 bath home on a quiet street boasting handsome
curb appeal. One mile from PATCO high-speed line
train, close to major roadways.This inviting home
features a spacious living room with a lovely fireplace and bay windows. Abundant natural light
streams through a sliding door opening to an expansive deck.

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Welcome to this stunning first level end unit town
home in Tavistock! This gorgeous 2 bed 2 bath home
has been remolded and features countless upgrades. As you enter the living room you are greeted
with a beautiful stone veneer gas fireplace. The
beautiful kitchen features stainless steel appliances
and granite counter tops.

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Magnificent home on over 2-acres at the rear of a
private cul-de-sac. Entertain friends & family in the
spacious DR or the gourmet kitchen. Second floor
w/beautiful master BR suite. Finished bsmnt is the
perfect retreat for playing pool, watching movies, or
grabbing your favorite wine from the custom wine
cellar.

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Desirable Laurel Creek Villa 4 bedroom home backing to trees! Master suite on 1st floor with finished
basement. Make the call today to tour this fabulous
home!

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Colwick Section; Fabulous neighborhood, lovely 3
BR/2 bath home on extra deep lot, with hardwoods
in most rooms, newer HVAC, Roof and hot water
heater. Call for your tour today.

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Custom built 10 year old home, in-town location,
large private lot. 5 +BR/ 5 Bath; high ceilings
throughout; Over 6000 square feet of living space.
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Stately 3 story. Custom built by Steward Maines on
a quiet cul-de-sac in Northwest Estates. 6 Bedroom,
5-1/2 baths, hardwood floors on the 1st & 2nd levels.
Brand New Master Bath. It would be impossible to
duplicate new at this price!

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New Listing. Custom built Tudor on one acre of park-like
grounds. 4BR, 3-1/2 Baths. Updated kitchen and baths.
Sunroom, finished basement, inground pool... must see
to appreciate! Enter driveway from Broadacres Ct.

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Situated on one of the prettiest streets in Moorestown, this
beautifully restored Victorian offers the best of old and new.
5 Bedrooms, 2-1/2 bath on a half acre lot near town and
Baker school. Features original millwork, inlaid hardwood
floors, convenient rear staircase and 2nd fl laundry. Call for
list of upgrades and a personal tour!

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Enjoy resort style living!! This Broadmore End Unit townhouse has many upgrades, hardwood flooring through
out main level, wet bar, granite countertops, stainless
steel appliances, finished lower level and much more.
Great corner lot location! Pool and Clubhouse now open.
A must see!!!

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home in Moorestown Hunt backs to open space for privacy. This private oasis offers 4BR, 2-1/2 Baths, finished
basement with home theater, bar, and wine cellar. Multilevel deck with outdoor fireplace overlooks pool and
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In Town Location! Completely renovated in 2005. Custom
Steward Maines home features 4 BRs, 3 1/2 baths, updated kitchen w/ granite countertops and S/S appliances. Elegant foyer, oversized DR and expanded LR w/
french doors leading to the bonus sunroom. Family room
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Bath Victorian features gracious room sizes, 2 fireplaces, beautiful woodwork, and 11' ceilings. Newer
kitchen and 1st fl laundry. Master Suite has private
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Move right in! This spacious colonial in a wonderful neighborhood has been completely renovated, including new kitchen, new baths, new
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Offering 4BR, 2-1/2 baths, hardwood floors, inground pool, large fenced yard.

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MARCH 2–8, 2016

WEDNESDAY MARCH 2
Ask a Lawyer: Willis, Probate and
Estate Planning: 7 p.m. at the
Moorestown Library. Join Brian
Donnelly, Esq., for a presentation
on Wills, Probate and Estate Planning. There will be time after the
presentation for Q&A on the topic.
MHS’s “Hello, Dolly!”: 2 p.m. at the
Moorestown High School Auditorium. A classic musical story of
the joy of living, filled with happy
songs, fun dance numbers, loving
scenes and big personalities. This
is a special seniors matinee. Tickets are available online at
moorestownhstheater.weebly.co
m, showtix4u.com and search
MHS’s “Hello, Dolly!”, or at the
door.

THURSDAY MARCH 3
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Anime-nia! Legend of Korra: 4 p.m.
at the Moorestown Library. Join
in for the continuing saga “Legend of Korra” and play manga
BINGO. Registration is required.
Be a part of an opera round table: 7
p.m. at the Moorestown Library.
Opera aficionado Bill Holt will
facilitate a discussion of Giacomo
Puccini's "Manon Lescault," an
upcoming Metropolitan Opera HD
simulcast.
Library Book Group: 7 p.m. at the
Moorestown
Library.
This
month's selection is: "Silent
Spring" by Rachel Carson. All are
welcome.
Moorestown Running Company
Speed Night group run: 6:30

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Send information by mail to: Calendar, The Moorestown Sun, 108
Kings Highway East, Haddonfield, NJ 08033. Or by email:
news@moorestownsun.com. Or you can submit a calendar listing
through our website (www.moorestownsun.com).

p.m. Meet at Moorestown Running Company, 115 W. Main St.
Questions, email joe.halin@runningco.com.
Rotary Club of Moorestown
meeting : 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 Healing Service at 10 a.m. 207 W. Main
St., Moorestown.

FRIDAY MARCH 4
Day of Prayer Service: 9:30 a.m. at
the St. Matthew Lutheran
Church, 318 Chester Avenue in
Moorestown. Church Women
United will be celebrating World
Day of Prayer. A light breakfast
will be served at 9:30 a.m., followed by the prayer service at 10
a.m. All are welcome.
MHS’s “Hello, Dolly!”: 7:30 p.m. at
the Moorestown High School
Auditorium. A classic musical story of the joy of living, filled with
happy songs, fun dance numbers,

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search MHS’s “Hello, Dolly!”, or at
the door.
Grounds for Good Coffee House: 8
p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church. Members of the church
and the community will entertain
the crowd with lively Irish music
sure to get your toes tapping and
your hands clapping. As always,
there will be an art display, free
coffee and tea and delicious
homemade goodies for sale.
Admission is free, but proceeds
and donations will benefit North
Camden Little League. For more
information, call (856) 235-0450
or visit MeetWithGod.com.
Children’s 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 Trinity Episcopal Church, Main and
Church streets. Closed meeting.
For more information, visit
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SATURDAY MARCH 5
Snakes-n-Scales and Turtle Tales
presents: For children. Great
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Moorestown Library. Come see
some the largest reptiles outside
of the zoo: a 7-foot American Alligator, a 14-foot Burmese python
and more. Sponsored by Sean
Fischel Connect. No registration
required.
MHS’s “Hello, Dolly!”: 7:30 p.m. at
the Moorestown High School
Auditorium. A classic musical story of the joy of living, filled with
happy songs, fun dance numbers,
loving scenes and big personalities. Tickets are $12 and available
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12 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — MARCH 2–8, 2016

Council approves ordinance on further
asbestos removal at old library
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
Town council approved an ordinance on second reading Monday, Feb. 22 to set aside $160,000 –
$152,000 of which will be borrowed – to be used for the removal
of asbestos from the old library
building. With this addition, the
library demolition costs increased by about 20 percent, to

$600,000.
At the previous council meeting, township engineer James
Ruddiman assured council there
wasn’t much that could have been
done earlier to find the asbestos,
as it was found two feet underground and destructive testing
would have had to been done,
which would have been an additional cost regardless.
“There was no way to see this
coming,” Mayor Phil Garwood
said. “We’re stuck with this.”
The original contract awarded
to Meco Demolition Inc. in October last year was for $421,000. The
township initially put aside
$10,000 for asbestos remediation
because it expected to find asbestos in the floor tiles and the
fire doors, according to Ruddiman.
“We set aside $10,000 for known
asbestos, and another $2,000 for

the
investigation,”
Councilwoman Lisa Petriello said.
The project was delayed due to
more asbestos being discovered
in the adhesive tape used to glue
the ceiling tiles to the roof and behind the walls. Council approved
a $70,000 change order to remove
the asbestos in December, and official demolition started in early
January.
Following the remediation and
demolition, additional asbestos
was discovered in a two-foot area
on three sides of the basement
wall, and the entire basement
wall on the fourth side. The contractor said it could remediate the
asbestos for $159,412.96.
Ruddiman said the additional
asbestos would not have been able
to be found without the township
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Fire District elections see approval
of commissioners, budgets and a new roof
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
The Moorestown Fire Districts
No. 1 and No. 2 unofficial results
are in. Both saw the election of
two fire commissioners and the
2016 annual budget approval, as
well as the approval of a question
for District No. 2 on replacing a
roof.
The budget for Fire District No.
1 was approved 87-32. The budget
totals $2.08 million to be raised by
taxation, a $27,557 decrease from
last year.
The total budget appropriation
this year is $2.16 million, a
$108,357 decrease from last year,
primarily due to general operating expenses decreasing and the
completion of debt service on an
$860,000 general obligation bond
that was approved by voters on
Dec. 28, 2002, to make improvements to the primary fire station
where administrative operations
are housed. The final payment
was made in 2015.
“I feel very good about the
budget being passed,” Christopher M. Chesner, administrator
for District No. 1, said.

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percent cap and has never exceeded it.
“We have to stay within the 2
percent cap from the prior year.
We have never exceeded the 2 percent cap since that was enacted
on us. We have money in cap
bank if ever needed, but at this
point, we don’t need to use it,”
Chesner said.
Incumbent Fire Commissioners Peter R. Bowman and Bradley
J. Kenney were re-elected with
108 and 111 votes, respectively.
Both were running unopposed.
Bowman, a former fire commissioner, filled the unexpired
seat of Howard Schuster who
passed away in 2015. Kenney has
been a fire commissioner since
2013.
There were no cuts to the department, according to Chesner.
In 2017, Chesner said a question
to voters would be on the ballot
asking to replace an engine the
following year. However, the department has enough money in
its capital reserve to pay cash for
it, so it wouldn’t have to go out for
a bond and affect taxpayers.

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The Fire District No. 2 budget
was approved 107-20. The budget’s
total revenues were $1.37 million,
which includes the amount to be
raised by taxation of $729,833, an
increase of $14,310 as compared
to the prior year, within the allotted 2 percent levy cap. The proposed tax rate increased onetenth of a cent to $.085 per $100 of
assessed valuation.
“Speaking on behalf of the
board and the Lenola Volunteer
Fire Company, we are very grateful to the residents for their support of the budget and their approval to replace the roof. Their
support is not something we take
for granted; it is something the
district strives to earn every year
by effectively managing the budget while providing fire protection
and fire prevention services to
both residents and businesses,”
Elizabeth Booth, board administrator for District No. 2, said.
The 2016 budget reflects the
capital lease purchase agreement
for a new fire apparatus, approved in last year’s fire election.
The new fire apparatus is replacing a 1991 Pierce Squirt. The delivery of that vehicle is expected
during the summer.
Fire District No. 2 also asked a
question for the authorization to
replace the existing lower roof of
the Lenola Volunteer Fire Station
for a cost not to exceed $115,000.
The question was approved 11517. Funding was provided from
unrestricted reserve fund balance.
For Moorestown Fire District
No. 2, incumbents Jaqueline
Grant and William Ruggiano
were re-elected for the two open
seats, winning over challenger
Brandon Thompson. Grant received 128 votes and Ruggiano received 101, while Thompson received 32 votes.
Grant has been a commissioner for the district for 21 years.
This will be Ruggiano’s second
term as a commissioner, as he
was elected in 2013.
The results are unofficial as of
now. The county will send the department a certification of the official results through the mail.

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As parents, we are always looking for new things for our children
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bakers. These recreational activities offer children an opportunity
to explore different areas of interest that may ignite a creative
spark.
For those children interested in
sports programs, the Tumbling
Tots program is a favorite beginner program for our youngest
Recreation Nation members. Amy
McNamara leads children and
parents through fun activities that
promote motor skill development
as well as rhythm and coordination.
The Recreation Girls
Lacrosse League has opened the
field to second graders this year.
General introduction and instruction will be given to introduce
these young ladies to the finer
points of the women’s game. Tennis lessons are another favorite in
spring and will be offered for
everyone ages 5 through adult.
For those who are interested in the
game or just need some brush up
skills, this is the best program
around. Offered outdoors at Maple
Dawson Park, tennis lessons are
available to all who are interested.

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are offered for older children, too.
The new volleyball clinic for
grades five through nine will be
available beginning in March. For
beginners and intermediate players, this clinic will offer boys and
girls fundamental skill development through drills and play. For
teens and adults, the Yoga for Beginners course starts its new session on March 3. This, in conjunction with Boot Camp and Balanced Athletics, offers our adult
population a variety of fitness programs to become involved in.
For those adults looking for
other opportunities, there are
adult baking classes, badminton,
basketball, pickle ball and the coed soccer program, for the over 35
crowd, too. Additionally, the department hosts a Senior Ladies
Group as well as a Senior Men’s
Group. These social clubs are a
great way for seniors to enjoy a
game of cards, a lunch and some
friendly companionship.
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five month wait for “temporary
equipment” to “eliminate” the
contaminants for $100,000 upfront and a total of $300,000 in
rent over 18 months.
Then the “permanent solution” gets into the real money. It
involves infrastructure repair
and replacements at three different facilities. The North Church
Street water treatment plant will

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take six months of engineering
work, and be completed in 2017 at
a cost of $7 million. A new Kings
Highway water plant will be built
for $7.25 million. Then, the Hartford Road water treatment plant
will be demolished and a new one
built by 2020, for an estimated $6.9
million.
We could easily spend $21 million over five years and still end
up with TCP and TCE in our
water at levels that just might exceed the maximum contaminant
level allowed by law.
If we can buy all the water we

need, we should do so, and not
proceed with the interim or the
elusive “permanent solution.”
Instead, the Town Council and
township manager Scott Carew
should direct attorney Anthony
T. Drollas to find out from Lockheed Martin and the NJDEP, the
chemical names of the “solvent
chemicals in metal parts cleaning
operations” connected to “the
areas of concern” in Lockheed’s
Moorestown history.
If they
match the ones that are in our
water, we should sue for damages.
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the recommendation of the state
Department of Environmental
Protection in October 2014 after a
small amount of TCP 1,2,3 was
found in the water. In June 2015,
Well 7 was reopened when it tested as a non-detect.
However, since then, the TCP
1,2,3 tested again in Well 7, and
residents and township officials
also grew interested in the levels
of TCE found at the sites. Due to
the concern of residents and officials, the township decided it
would take action by reclosing
Well 7 and finding a temporary
treatment solution until a permanent solution is ready to be in-

stalled.
Garwood also said Moorestown
has not been in violation with its
water; it continues to meet state
and federal drinking water standards.
Township utilities engineer L.
Russell Trice recommended the
township hire Calgon Carbon to
install a pair of carbon filtration
tanks to filter and take out the
contaminants over an expected
period of 12 months. Trice said it
would cost $341,800, which includes an installation fee and a 12month rental fee at $11,400 per
month. For a discounted price of
$171,400, the township also has
the option to buy the equipment
after the rental period.
If council approves the resolution, the tanks could be in place
four to eight weeks later and up
and running two weeks after in-

stallation. The township will not
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To compensate for the well
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American Water, as it did last
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“With the wells up and running, there might be a time where
we are using our water when we
normally would be using NJAW
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the budget at all,” Carew said.
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Petriello: ‘Going ahead with
recommendation will save us money’
PETRIELLO
Continued from page 12
walls prior to demolition.
He also said there was no reason to believe there would have
been so much asbestos in the old
library, as the old town hall was
built at the same time by the same
construction company, but the old
town hall didn’t have nearly the
amount of asbestos that was discovered in the old library building.
Council, after doing research
and asking additional questions,
came to the conclusion this was
the best solution for now. If council were to go out to bid for another contractor or lower bid, there
was no guarantee the bid would
be lower and there would be additional costs for demobilization
and remobilization.
“If we vote no, we delay the

project by potentially months and
incur
(potential)
additional
costs… If we vote yes, the project
can be finished on time and it is
likely to be less… I considered all
known possibilities, and going
ahead with the recommendation
will save us money,” Petriello
said.
“No one is thrilled… but this is
asbestos and we have to remove
it,” Deputy Mayor Victoria
Napolitano said.

After public and council comments, council unanimously approved the ordinance.
In other news:
• Certificate of Recognitions
were given to Ernest Agresto and
Peter Bahr who were on the Library Board of Trustees and
sadly passed away late last year.
• Council approved the transfer
of a retail liquor consumption license from Vetri Jersey LLC to
Catelli Duo Moorestown LLC.

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search MHS’s “Hello, Dolly!”, or at
the door.
Moorestown Running Company
group run: 8 a.m. Meet at
Moorestown Running Company,
115 W. Main St. Distances and
paces vary.

SUNDAY MARCH 6
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 1
to 3 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Mansion. For more information, visit
www.moorestown.com/history.

MONDAY MARCH 7
Baby Time: For children under 2,
with a caregiver. 9:30 a.m. at the
Moorestown Library. Drop in each
week for stories, rhymes and
songs just for babies. Children
and caregivers are invited to stay

after the stories and enjoy a playtime together. Siblings are welcome. No registration required.
Time for Twos: For children who are
2-years-old, with a caregiver.
10:45 a.m. at the Moorestown
Library. Join us for 30 minutes of
stories, rhymes and songs just for
2-year-olds! Siblings are welcome. No registration required.
Red Cross Blood Drive: 1:30 p.m. to
6:15 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church in Moorestown.
If you have been blessed with
good health, please consider
sharing that gift with someone in
need of life-saving blood. To
make an appointment, visit redcrossblood.org or call Jen at
(856) 979-6329.
First Monday Films with Irv
Slifkin: 7 p.m. at the Moorestown
Library. Join film expert and
author, Irv Slifkin for this month's
feature: “Gabriel Over The White
House.”
Town Council Meeting: 7:30 p.m. at
Moorestown Town Hall. 7 p.m.
workshop.
Overeaters Anonymous: 7:30 p.m.
at St. Matthew Lutheran Church,
318 Chester Ave. Call (609) 2390022 or visit www.oa-southjersey.org for information.

TUESDAY MARCH 8
Historical Society of Moorestown
Library: 1 to 4 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Mansion. For more information,
visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
AARP meeting: For seniors 55 and
older. Meets second Tuesday of
the month, September through
June, at noon. United Methodist
Church, 446 E. Camden Ave. For
Informed, relevant discussions
and socializing. Join us for cake
and coffee.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 2
to 3 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Mansion. For more information, visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
Al-Anon Men’s Meeting: 8 p.m. at
Trinity Episcopal Church, Main
and Church streets. For more
information, visit www.southjerseyal-anon-org.
Garden State Chorale Rehearsals:
7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church.
For membership information, visit www.gschorale.org or call (856)
858-9322.
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church: Afternoon with the
Bible at 1 p.m. 512 N. Church St.,
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