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Residents
raise roof
concerns
A pair of construction-related
items on Moorestown Township
Councils agenda drew criticism
By KELLY FLYNN
The Sun

A pair of roof-related items on Moorestown


Township Councils agenda had residents ques-
tioning council about overages, fees and contrac-
tors during the Monday, Aug. 28 meeting in town
hall. A consent agenda resolution approving con-
tract change orders for the improvements to Wes-
ley Bishop Hockey rink totalling $39,677.72 and
KELLY FLYNN/The Sun an ordinance authorizing $865,500 in bonds to
Moorestown resident Dan Carrigan lays back as mobile phlebotomist Ana Carrion of the American Red Cross replace roofs on the Department of Public Works
prepares to draw his blood. Carrigan came to Moorestown High School to donate blood on Tuesday, Aug. 29. buildings and Sewer Treatment plant were the
catalysts for some debate.

Blood drive draws hurricane-force support Resident Edwin Begg inquired about the hock-
ey rink during public comments.
It seems like thats not the greatest, most com-
By KELLY FLYNN and blood with Hurricane Harvey MHS, said the goal was to raise 30 plicated engineering project in the world, so how
The Sun acting as the impetus to lend a hand pints of blood, but with donation could there be an [overage]? Begg asked.
for several at the event held in the signup slots filled nearly the entire- Township Manager Thomas Merchel said the
Moorestown High Schools Inter- high schools cafeteria on Tuesday, ty of the day, the clubs goal was eas- change order dates back nearly a year to when
act Clubs blood drive took on a new Aug. 29. ily surpassed, with the American the hockey club was looking to have a shelter
meaning as a steady influx of will- Interact Club advisor Elizabeth Red Cross collecting 47 pints. that covered the entirety of the hockey rink in
ing donors came to offer their time Everette, an English teacher at please see BLOOD, page 12 case of snow or inclement weather, which would
please see COUNCIL, page 19

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


Somber 16 Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . 25-30
Remember victims, heroes Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
and unity on 9-11. Page 6
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in our opinion

9-11
On anniversary of attacks, remember victims, heroes and unity
2 Executive Campus, Suite 400
Cherry Hill, NJ08002
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Richard Donnelly
onday marks the 16th anni- lions of dollars were raised to aid Ceo of newspaper media group

versary of the day terror- Your thoughts relief efforts and the families of the Perry Corsetti Tim Ronaldson
ists killed 2,996 people in Share your memories and thoughts of victims; and a photo of firefighters coo editor in chief

the Sept. 11 attacks by sending a letter


America including 343 firefighters erecting a flag at Ground Zero re- publisher Arlene Reyes
to the editor to the email address at
the right. MANAGING Editor Kristen Dowd
and 72 law enforcement officers. kindled memories of U.S. Marines on
senior associate Editor Mike Monostra
Those of us old enough to re- Iwo Jima decades earlier.
rescue workers, with the caring for Moorestown Editor Kelly Flynn
member never will forget. We were As we look back 16 years, we know circulation Director Pearl Harta
strangers and neighbors who came
consumed by a combination of con- America never will forget the events
to give blood and help in any way
fusion, helplessness, sadness and of Sept. 11, 2001, those who lost their The Sun is published weekly by
they could.
anger. We saw a stunned President lives and the heroes who gave all. We Newspaper Media Group, 2 Executive
In the days that followed, leaders Campus, Suite 400, Cherry Hill, NJ
Bush in a Florida elementary school recall how Americans rallied amid
emerged and citizens united. The 08002. It is delivered weekly to select
classroom as Chief of Staff Andy unspeakable horror and tragedy. We
president visited an Islamic Cen- addresses in Moorestown. If you are not
Card whispered news of the attacks. stood as one, truly great nation. on the mailing list, six-month subscrip-
We wept as the towers crumbled, and ter in Washington, D.C., and said, Today, we see examples all around tions are available for $39.99.
thick, acrid smoke filled Manhattans These acts of violence against us of an increasingly fractured na-
innocents violate the fundamental To submit a news release, please email
skies and streets. tion, and some may wonder if the news@moorestownsun.com.
That night, after members of tenets of the Islamic faith. And its unity, kindness and compassion
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told us, Today, our nation saw evil, gency workers, many taking per- flooding in Texas is an example. We The Sun welcomes suggestions and
the very worst of human nature, sonal leave, descended on New York just wish it didnt take another trag- comments from readers including any
to help; lines to give blood stretched information about errors that may call
and we responded with the best of edy to, as President Bush said, bring
for a correction to be printed.
America, with the daring of our around city blocks; hundreds of mil- out the best of America.
SPEAKUP
LETTER To THE EDITOR The Sun welcomes letters from read-
ers. Brief and to the point is best, so we
look for letters that are 300 words or
Its time for leadership our elected state officials to speak up and I have chosen to be active and join the
fewer. Include your name, address and
speak out against President Trumps nod fight against intolerance. I researched
that calls out racism to white supremacists and neo-Nazis, re- the candidates, and I chose to donate my phone number. We do not print anon-
gardless of their political party. time to volunteer for Katherine Hartman. ymous letters. Send letters to news@
The hatred and resulting violence in Rep. Tom MacArthur decried racism Unlike MacArthur, Katherine Hartman moorestownsun.com, via fax at 856-
Charlottesville are terrible, deplorable and violence after President Trumps was born here, raised her children here, 288-7433, or via the mail. You can drop
and intolerable. We, as a community, a very fine people. . .blame on both sides lives and works here still. As an attorney, them off at our office, too.
state and a country dedicated to brother- message but failed to call out the presi- she has specialized in fighting inequality
hood, equality and good will, cannot ac- dent himself. MacArthur failed to speak and discrimination in all forms. In the 20
cept this. for me, for the Third District and for the years I have known her, personally and The Moorestown Sun reserves the right
So, why are those who represent us American people. If he cannot support professionally, Ive experienced her hon- to reprint your letter in any medium
those weve placed faith in to speak for those among us being persecuted, we can- esty, sincerity and passion in battling in- including electronically.
us in steering our country tacitly con- not support him, and there is something justice.
doning this? President Donald Trumps we can do about that at the moment. Katherine Hartman is truly represen-
low approval ratings and his loss of the Voters in New Jerseys Third Congres- tative of our district, our state and our
popular vote prove that he does not repre- sional District, including most of Burl- country. Why should we continue to sup-
sent the majority of Americans. Theres ington and Ocean counties, can support port a congressman who doesnt support
not much we, as individuals, can do about a candidate to replace MacArthur in next our neighbors in the face of injustice?
that at the moment. But, we can look to years election. Marcianne Waters
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Wednesday Sept. 6
Childrens story time: 11 a.m. at WANTTOBELISTED?
Barnes and Noble, East Gate To have your Moorestown meeting or affair listed in the Calendar
Square. Call (856) 608-1904
or Meetings, information must be received, in writing, two weeks
for information.
prior to the date of the event.
Overeaters Anonymous meeting:
10 a.m. at St. Matthew Lutheran
Church, 318 Chester Ave. 7 p.m.
Send information by mail to: Calendar, The Moorestown Sun,
at First Baptist Church, 19 W. 2 Executive Campus, Suite 400, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002. Or by
Main St. Call (609) 239-0022 email: news@moorestownsun.com.
or visit www.oa-southjersey.org
for information. We will run photos if space is available and the quality of the
Bethel African Methodist Epis- photo is sufficient. Every attempt is made to provide coverage
copal Church: Pastors Bible to all organizations.
Study at 6:30 p.m. 512 N.
Church St., Moorestown.
First Church of Christ, Scien- REI Programs for Outdoor Lov- at Moorestown Community
tist, Moorestown: Testimonial ers - Making the Ultimate House, 16 E. Main St., Moore-
meeting 7:30 p.m. 420 Kings Cup of Camp Coffee: 11 a.m. at stown.
Highway, Moorestown. the Moorestown Library. Learn First UnitedMethodist Church:
from the outdoor gurus about Worship services at 8:30 a.m.
Thursday Sept. 7 what materials are needed and
what methods to employ to
(contemporary and tradition-
al), 9:30 a.m. (contemporary)
Library Book Group: 7 p.m. at make a good cup of campfire and 11 a.m. (traditional). Com-
Specializing In: the Moorestown Library. This coffee. Registration is required. munion at all services first Sun-
Exterior Wood Cleaning & months selection is The Work project: 9:30 a.m. at Wa- day of the month. 446 Camden
Restoration Restoration Handmaids Tale by Margaret terworks Woods. NAC STEMs Ave., Moorestown.
Decks, Fences, Painting, Staining & Atwood. All are welcome to at- Natural Area Care Committee First Presbyterian Church
Log Cabins Sealing tend. is providing volunteers with the Summer worship servic-
All Wood Siding Deck Building, Moorestown Running Company opportunity to help the com- es:Traditional worship at 8 and
and more Rebuilds Speed Night group run: 6:30 munity as they care for, enjoy 10 a.m., contemporary worship
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Stamped Concrete, and Repairs p.m. Meet at Moorestown Run- and explore open spaces in the at 10 a.m. 101 Bridgeboro Road,
Paver & Concrete ningCompany, 115 W. Main St. company of others who enjoy Moorestown.
County
Serving Burlington rs. Questions, email joe.halin@ working outdoors. Site leader Trinity Episcopal Church: Holy
for over 20 yea
runningco.com. needed. For more informa- Eucharist at 7:45 a.m. Parish
1-866-440-DECK | 609-268-3436 Rotary Club ofMoorestown meet- tion, contact Kathy Huffman at Eucharist at 9 a.m. Morning
ing: 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. at Moore- (856) 904-8231. prayer and sermon at 11:15 a.m.
www.deckrestorationplus.com stown Community House, 16 E. Moorestown Running Company 207 W. Main St., Moorestown.
Main St. Fellowship, lunch and group run: 8 a.m. Meet at Bethel African Methodist Epis-
guest speaker presentation. Moorestown RunningCom- copal Church: Adult Church
For more information, visit pany, 115 W. Main St. Distances School at 9 a.m. Worship ser-
www.moorestownrotary.org. and paces vary. vice at 10:30 a.m. 512 N. Church
Trinity Episcopal Church Mid- St., Moorestown.

2017 Fall Season Registrations


Week Service: Holy Eucharist Sunday Sept. 10 OurLady of Good Counsel: Regu-
lar Mass at 7:30, 9 and 10:30
andHealing Service at 10 a.m.
207 W. Main St., Moorestown. Historical Society of Moorestown a.m. and noon. 42 W. Main St.,
PERFORMING FALL STAGE ELITE STAGE Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: Moorestown.
ARTS STUDIO
Ages 6 - 17
Ages 6 & Up

Ages 12 - 21
Friday Sept. 8 1 to 3 p.m. at Smith Cadbury
Mansion. For more informa-
FirstBaptistChurch of Moore-
stown: Bible Study and Sunday
Childrens story time: 11 a.m. at tion, visit www.moorestown. Chat at 9 a.m. Worship at 10
Barnes and Noble, East Gate com/history. a.m. Coffee/fellowship at 11 a.m.
Square. Call (856) 608-1904 Moorestown Christadelphian Sunday discussion at 11:30 a.m.
Holiday Spectacular for information. Ecclesia: Sunday school 9:30 19 W. Main St., Moorestown.
Al-Anon meeting: 8:30 p.m. at a.m. (recessed in summer). Me- Hope Community Church: Come-
September - May Dec. 1 - 3 & 8 - 10 Dec. 16 Trinity EpiscopalChurch, Main morial service at 10:30 a.m.(10 as-you-are worship service
and Church streets. Closed a.m. during the summer). 101 N. at 10:30 a.m. 235 W. Main St.,
Check out our new Studio Classes; We have something for everyone! meeting. For more information, Lenola Road, Moorestown. Moorestown.
visit www.southjerseyal-anon- SecondBaptist Church: Sunday Moorestown Friends Meeting
EXTRAVA-GALA Adults, join us at our Gala! ALTERNATIVE STAGE org. school and adult forum at 9
Ages 21 & Up Tickets are on sale now on Ages 18 & Up (Quakers): Worship service at
a.m. Worship service at 10 a.m. 10 a.m. Children are welcome.
our website.
Saturday Sept. 9 319 Mill St., Moorestown. For
more information, visit www.
Social hour follows at 10:45
a.m. Childcare available. 118
Tickets for our all-adult Sing-Along with Miss Madeline: sbcmoorestown.church or call
Scenes&SongsIVwill be East Main St., Moorestown. All
Infants to Age 5. 10:45 at the (856) 234-6396.
available soon on our website. are welcome.
Moorestown Library. Pre- Saint Matthew Lutheran Church: The Church of Jesus Christ of
schoolers can join music teach- Worship service at 9:30 a.m.
For Information, Registrations, & Tickets, Visit Latter-day Saints: Worship
er Madeline Knott for a music- 318 Chester Ave., Moorestown
MoorestownTheaterCompany.org filled morning. No registration Center for Conscious Living:
services at 10 a.m. 319 Bridge-
Info@MoorestownTheaterCompany.org (856) 778-8357 is required. Celebration service at 10 a.m. please see CALENDAR, page 24
SEPT. 6-12, 2017 THE MOORESTOWN SUN 9

LETTER To THE EDITOR


The following letter to the editor is in response
Referendum construction, board leadership
to the Aug. 23- Aug. 29 editorial Garden State is
a really boring slogan, which asked Sun readers
to send in their suggestions for New Jerseys state
mark summer changes in Moorestown
slogan. By BRANDON PUGH serve as the chair of the budget and Projects over the summer took place
Moorestown Board of Education finance committee. at multiple schools and included the
How about The Guardrail State? The deadline for individuals to file installation of new boilers, theater
It is hard to believe that the start of nominating petitions to run for a seat upgrades, roofing, HVAC upgrades
The Guardrail State no other state or na- the 20172018 school year is upon us! on the board in the November elec- and paving. One project involved the
tion comes close to New Jerseys Beauty by the The summer months have been hec- tion was July 31. Five candidates are redesign of the traffic flow at the Wil-
Mile. tic for the district and the Board of running for three full-terms on the liam Allen Middle School and part of
Also, [the name is] in light of the populist Education in preparation for the new board including Kameron Rabenou, the high school.
ground swell that is recognizing deplorable and school year, including the final stages Tinamarie NicoloDorfner, Jack Fair- The board also adopted changes
disgusting reminders of Amercas historical of the referendum projects, changes child, Peter Palko and Lauren Roma- to school lunch prices for the 201718
past. As a public service; I would like to assist in board members and leadership no. Villanueva is the only candidate school year per federal mandate.
with the safe and peaceful removal of the most and the filing deadline for board can- seeking the two-year term. Palko and Lunch prices include $2.40 for the el-
ubiquitous of these items. didates in the November election, Villanueva are the only incumbents ementary schools, $2.70 for the Upper
Please post an OP-Ed letting folks know that if among other actions. running as Anne Marie Reyher and Elementary School, William Allen
they send me their $1, $2, $50 and $100 bills. I will The board held a special meeting Caryn Shaw decided not to seek a sec- Middle School and Moorestown High
properly remove them from the public eye and on July 20 to appoint a new board ond term. School, and $3.25 for premium lunch
our collective conscience. member given Kathy Goldenbergs At the Aug. 8 monthly meeting, at WAMS and the high school. Also,
Eckard Czossek appointment to the State Board of the board heard an update on the breakfast at Roberts Elementary will
Education. The board unanimously Building Excellence Referendum cost $1.30, and kindergarten milk/
selected Mark Villanueva to serve construction projects from Rob Not- juice will cost $.50 at all elementary
BIRTHS until the reorganization meeting in ley of New Road Construction. Not- schools.
Did you or someone you know recently wel- Jan. 2018. Sandra Alberti was selected ley expressed that all projects are on Furthermore, the board received
come a baby into the family? Send your birth to serve as president until the reorga- time, under budget and will be com- an additional $75,218 in state aid as
announcement to TheSun nization, and Dimitri Schneiberg will pleted by the start of the school year. please see DISTRICT, page 22
and we will print it, free of charge.

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Moorestowns furry friends set


to have new hangout this week
By KELLY FLYNN
The Sun

Moorestowns dogs will have


their first-ever park to call their
own. The grand opening of the
Swede Run Fields is scheduled
to take place on Sunday, Sept. 10
from 1 to 3 p.m., nearly one year
after construction began.
The event will feature repre-
sentatives from the Burlington
County freeholders as well as
Moorestown Township Council.
Moorestowns AMP Rotary Club
has also coordinated with the
Burlington County Animal Al-
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able for adoption that day.
Moorestowns director of rec- rate areas for dogs based on The park will feature exercise
reation, Theresa Miller, said the size. Small dogs, fewer than 35 equipment for dogs, and for their
park will be open from dawn to pounds, and larger dogs, more owners, the park features picnic
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Brandywine Livings blood
drive will be held on Tuesday,
Sept. 12 from 2 to 7 p.m.
Brandywine Living at Moore-
stown Estates is hosting a blood
drive during National Assisted
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be held on Tuesday, Sept. 12 from
2 to 7 p.m.
Attendees should review
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line to see if they are a candidate
for donation.
Those interested in attending
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The event is hosted at Brandy-
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Community club hosting


Adult Kick Off
The Moorestown Newcomer
and Neighbors Club will host its
annual Adult Kick Off event on
Join us
Friday, Sept. 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. at
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and appetizers and beverages
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ily Kick Off Picnic on Sunday,
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Liz Paradise raises her arm in preparation to have her blood drawn
by mobile phlebotomist Shalaya Salaam of the American Red
Cross. Paradise came to Moorestown High School to donate blood
on Tuesday, Aug. 29.

Blood drive a success


throughout the day.
BLOOD
Continued from page 1
I think the hurricane had
something to do with people
being so [adamant] of giving
Everette said the goal of Inter- blood because they feel like they
act is to get students engaged in can help somebody in need, Sa-
community service. The clubs laam said.
projects include charity work Maple Shade resident Mike
and fundraising events, and each Osterhoudt came to donate
year, the Interact Club holds four Tuesday after making a dona-
blood drives. tion toward Hurricane Harvey
With school starting on Tues- relief through the American Red
day, Sept. 5, the summer drive is Cross. He said he was on the Red
one of the clubs kick-off events Cross website Monday night
to the school year. and it occurred to him that he
Giving back in any way that had never donated blood before.
you can is important, Everette With the turmoil in Texas in
said. Giving blood is an an easy mind, Osterhoudt said he looked
way to help somebody else and for the nearest place to donate
and wound up in Moorestown
isnt it time for your senior portrait? save a life. Its important to intro-
duce it to high school students. High Schools cafeteria the fol-
lowing day.
Mobile phlebotomist Shalaya
there is still time to create your portraits & be in your yearbook! Salaam said blood donations There are needs; there are
tend to drop during the sum- things like whats going on in
Texas right now, and there are

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mer. She said donations spike
again during the school year needs to help out other humans,
when schools begin to regularly Osterhoudt said.
host blood drives, but the Red Bill Matulewicz of Delran
www.coletteoswaldphoto.com Cross is experiencing its sum- echoed Osterhoudts sentiment.
Matulewicz, a regular donor,
(856) 428-1911 haddonfield mer dropoff. For that reason, Sa-
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by the steady influx of donors please see HARVEY, page 15
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For The Sun welcome and confident on the
soccer field and invites novices
As summer takes its last deep and experienced players alike
sigh, the Recreation Nation the opportunity to play. These
prepares for a deep inhale before
the new academic year begins.
With the change in the weather
programs are perfect for every
child who wants to learn soccer
and enjoy being active. In this
IT IS TIME!
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in activities and a celebration of ment children are encouraged to
a fresh start. There is still time learn not only good soccer skills
lf aw
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pre-k or kindergarten or grades skills and drills clinic will in-
one through six, there is a team clude full court scrimmages as
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Harvey inspired some


American Red Cross, said she
HARVEY
Continued from page 12
was excited she did not see an
empty donation bed nearly the
entire day. She said the blood col-
mind people of the need to get lected at Tuesdays drive will be
involved. distributed to local hospitals.
An event like the Houston Krishnamurthy said blood
flooding focuses everyones at- drives at schools frequently get
tention on these events, Mat- students donating early. With
ulewicz said. To the extent one donation saving up to three
that they catalyze community lives, donating is a noble thing
involvement, thats a good thing to do, Krishnamurthy said.
despite the fact that so many Most of our donors have
people are negatively impacted started giving blood from a

Main Street
Street Meets
Meets
by it. school and then they kind of
Interact member Jillian Cal- continue it, Krishnamurthy
houn, an incoming junior at
MHS, checked people in at Tues-
said.
Dan Carrigan, whose daugh- Main
the 21st
21st Century
Century
days blood drive. She said she ter was chairman of Interacts
was eager to spend one of her
last days of summer giving back.
It helps to give back to peo-
blood drives when she attended
MHS back in 2013, said he got
started donating blood through
the
C
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ple, Calhoun said. I think its MHS blood drives. He said the
important because we have so blood drives give students a real hoosing
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Council takes questions on project spending


sidered, the township is getting for the asbestos change order for
COUNCIL
Continued from page 1
its value out of the project. He
said Burlington County contrib-
years to come.
He said as someone who
uted $250,000 to the project via works in the construction field,
a grant, and the Moorestown in his experience the only time
have provided protection over Youth Street Hockey Association there should be a change order
the players benching. Merchel has contributed as well. is if the owner, in this case
said at some point during the The resolution authorizing the township, wants to make a
planning, the idea of the overall the change order passed unani- change. He said any inaccura-
enclosure was ditched in light of mously. cies on the part of the contrac-
the high expense. Resident Timothy Daniels tor should not result in change
In the original design, there
was a plan to do a roof structure
asked council about an ordi-
nance passed on first reading
orders.
It would be beneficial to the
Georgettis
over both rinks, so therefore authorizing $865,500 in bonds to town if they were to hire some- Pasta & Sauce We have EASY meals!
they didnt anticipate sheltering replace roofs on the Department one to just to look over the con- Market Let Georgettis help with
over the bench areas because of Public Works buildings and tracts, Daniels said. Back to School!
you had a roof structure over ev- Sewer Treatment plant build- Merchel said since he stepped
erything, Councilman Michael ings. in as township manager, he has
Locatell said. Daniels questioned if the been trying to take a more holis- Check out our large selection of homemade
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cost approximately $40,000.
In the end, this is essentially
architect identified the work
that needs to be done, and he
guarantee that.
The next meeting of the Cinnaminson, NJ
P a s t a F ree
off-the-shelf design, Conlow
said.
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He expanded that constructing into this grant should they have

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the rinks was not as straightfor- those issues, Merchel said.
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When all these projects get for his line of questioning was

Sept. 9, 2017
done, there has to be thorough he has noticed a trend taking
engineering because theres a place.
tremendous amount of liability The overages are just ridicu-

Location: FDR Park


on us, the community, because lous, Daniels said. Its like
youve got kids out there play- every project there is an over-
ing, Locatell said. age.
He said the roofing is going to
be built under a prevailing rate,
Daniels cited the Moorestown
Library, in particular, as an
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Swede Run Fields is Moorestowns first-ever dog park, which will open on Sunday, Sept. 10. The loca-
tion was chosen as Swede Run provides ample open space but is away from residents.

Grant from county aided


in construction at park
tory. The sign provides a time-

GRANT line of the Swede Run barn pres-


ent at the location. The barn was

PLUMBING HEATING AIR


Continued from page 10 built in the early 1880s and was
passed along by members of the
tus for the parks creation came Lippincott family until the town-

609.835.1512 directly from residents, Miller


said.
Residents were asking for
ship acquired it as open space in
2001.
Miller said the parks opening

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their dogs to run and play in a aligns with the mission of the
safe area, Miller said. Moorestown Parks and Recre-
Construction on the facility ation Department.
began in October 2016 and was [The mission] is to serve the
essentially completed in May.
Jeff, Jesse Miller said turf issues and other
needs and interest of Moore-
stown Township residents by
& Dane Fante items that arose delayed the
parks grand opening.
providing constructive and
creative leisure opportunities
The total cost of construction through the continuation and
Voted 2017 was $353,169, Miller said. The
township received a $180,000
development of facilities and
programs that strengthen com-
Best of Burlington grant from the Burlington Coun- munity life, Miller said.
ty Municipal Park Development The Burlington County SPCA
County Program toward the cost. will be on site on Sunday, Sept. 10
The location was chosen as with information, and MoorArts
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Miller said. In January, coun- Moorestowns furrier residents,
cil approved the sites signage, while children in attendance can
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broken, incomplete jewelry and instruction of United States Pro-
ACTIVITIES
Continued from page 13
unused beads and enjoy being
part of the creative atmosphere
fessional Tennis Registry certi-
fied instructor Missy Mercer.
in which new and unique pieces Fall sessions are available to age
come to life. Colors, materials group 5 to 8, 9 to 13 and adults,
Nutcracker will run from Oct. 5 through Nov. and shapes will come together but dont think that recreation
2. like pieces of a puzzle to honor is only for kids. This fall many
The Girls Field Hockey Pro- a memorable moment in life or adult favorites like 19 to 29,
gram, both recreation and lim- simply to enhance that fashion Over-30 Basketball and Pick-

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Creative Dance Pre-Ballet Ballet of committed volunteers, this Fall tennis returns under the with all of the fall activities.
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Continued from page 9
William Allen Middle School
Media Center. As always, please
do not hesitate to reach out to
the board if you need anything.
categorical special education Enjoy the rest of the summer,
aid. The board appropriated and I hope to see you at an up-
this addition to special educa- coming meeting.
tion paraprofessionals to ac- The views and content in this
count for unanticipated needs. column do not necessarily rep-
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tions call (609) 346-4348. (856) 222-9400.
Destiny Church Service: 1 p.m. at
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call (609) 386-3142. stown Estates, 1205 N. Church
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Mansion Tours and Gift Shop:
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