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APRIL 17, 2015

County proposes
changes to tax
assessments

Mad Hatter Tea Party

Mayor, township manager believe


changes could have positive effect
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
The way and time in which
Evesham Township handles property tax appeals could soon
change depending on a decision
by the Burlington County Taxation Board.
The possible changes being discussed by the county tax board
would include moving the deadline for property tax appeals from
April to January, as well as requiring all municipalities in the
county to conduct home revaluations on 20 percent of the homes
in town on an annual basis.
Evesham Township Manager
Tom Czerniecki and Mayor
Randy Brown recently spoke
about the proposed changes and
how they believe the changes
would have a positive impact for
the township regarding its budgeting process.
Czerniecki said with the cur-

rent system, the township adopts


its budget around March or April,
then in April, residents file tax
appeals, and in June the judgments are mailed and settled,
when the township reimburses
those who won their judgment.
Because of that schedule, Czerniecki said the township ends
up reimbursing the resident on
behalf of the township and
school district, the school district
having already spent money it
collected in taxes since it operates
on a different calendar schedule.
We give them an assessed valuation and they strike their rate
on that and they dont get involved in the process at all, but we
have to settle up once they come
in, Czerniecki said.
According to Czerniecki, over
the past five years, the township
was forced to pay about $1.4 million to residents who won their
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BRIGIT BAUMA/The Sun

Angela Wisniewski, 2, of Marlton colored pictures and got to wear a silly hat at the Moorestown
Mall Mad Hatter Tea Party on Wednesday, March 25. At the tea party, children got to color, pet rabbits, eat snacks, play games, read a book and take pictures with the Mad Hatter and Alice.

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officials in the state designated as
an accredited chief of police
speaks to his leadership, as well
as the professionalism of the Evesham
Township
Police
Department, said Thomas Czerniecki, manager of Evesham
Township.

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Accredited Chief/Command Executive Certification application,
which detailed his law enforcement experience, prior educational achievements, collaborative
abilities and other leadership factors. The goal of the program is to
encourage New Jersey law enforcement executives to attain
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Monday, March 2 and runs
through Friday, April 17.
During this eight-week drive,

students, faculty, family and


friends at all four district high
schools will be on a quest to see
which school can collect the most
pounds of donations per student.
Cherokee is the reigning
champ, having captured first
place in the last three Give to
Goodwill Clothing Drive Competitions.
This Give to Goodwill community service project was organized by students and faculty advisors from each high school in
partnership with Goodwill Industries of Southern NJ and
Philadelphia. Proceeds from the
sale of all donations collected
fund Goodwills job training programs and career services that
help local residents with disabilities and disadvantages get to
work. Since its inception in 2012,
Lenape Regional High School District students have collected
109,387 pounds of donations for
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students and faculty from
Lenape, Shawnee, Cherokee and
Seneca; but enriching to know
our local community members
are the real winners in our partnership with Goodwill, said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Carol
Birnbohm.
The Give to Goodwill clothing
drive competition coincides with
the spring-cleaning season. Goodwill donation containers will be
conveniently located in each
schools parking lot making for
easy access for students, staff and
families to donate gently-used
clothing, accessories, toys, books
and other small household items.
Once a container is full, a
Goodwill truck will empty it;
count the number of bags in it;
and then compute the number of
pounds of donations collected.
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school will be periodically posted
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APRIL 17, 2015 THE MARLTON SUN 5

Register for Junior Police Academy day camp


The Evesham Township Police
Department is hosting its third
annual Junior Police Academy
day camp. The purpose of the
Junior Police Academy is to provide young citizens with an introduction to law enforcement.
The goal is to motivate young
people to be outstanding citizens
and empower them to act as a positive influence in our community.
The academy provides an opportunity for officers and students to see each other as people,
rather than as adversaries.
It will also transform the traditional role of the police officer
into a mentor and a friend, while
encouraging young citizens to be
partners in building safer schools
and communities.
While the students who attend
the academy may not want to become police officers in the future,
the program instills a confidence
and sense of achievement that
will benefit them for years to
come.
The Junior Police Academy

will cover a multitude of topics


including, history of law enforcement, social media, gangs, motor
vehicle law, DWI enforcement,
teens and drug use, crime scene
and evidentiary processing, active shooter scenarios and a K-9
demonstration.
Each day includes an hour of
light physical training and military drill.
Applications will be available
at the Evesham Township Police
Department between the hours of
8:30 a.m.9 p.m. Monday through
Friday.
The applications will also be
available online for download at
www.eveshampd.org. The space
is limited to twenty participants.
Completed applications must be
turned into the police department
in person by the deadline of May
15 at 4 p.m.
The academy will be held from
8 a.m. to 3 p.m., July 13 to July 17.
There is no cost for the program
but all recruits must be accepted
through the application process.

Qualifications/Requirements
Must be a resident of Evesham Township
Must be 11 14 years old (as
of July 1, 2015)
Must be recommended by a
sponsor (principal / guidance department,
law
enforcement
agency, a community representative, coach, or religious leader.)
Must be in good academic
standing
Must be able to participate
in physical fitness activities
(push-ups, sit-ups, light calisthenics, etc.)
Must be able to participate
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Have no criminal background or disciplinary problems
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For more information, contact
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in our opinion

Want to retire in New Jersey?


You must be out of your mind, survey says
k, so the survey in question
the Best and Worst States to
Retire, compiled by
Bankrate.com didnt exactly find
that youd be out of your mind to retire in New Jersey, but it did rank the
Garden State near the bottom of the
list of desirable places to spend the latter portion of your life.
This should not be a shock.
The survey ranks New Jersey 45th
on the list of best places to retire,
based on the fact that the cost of living
is high (45th), the community well
being is low (43rd) and the tax rate is
very high (49th). These factors out-

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weight the low crime rate (eighth) and


the above-average weather and healthcare quality.
Theres a reason why so many New
Jerseyans retire elsewhere its
cheaper. And cheaper is better, because most people would rather see
their hard-earned money go toward
vacations than taxes, for example.

Dan McDonough Jr.


chairman of elauwit media

Many retirees go to Florida not just for


the weather but for the absence of a
state income tax.
Maybe if New Jersey was more affordable, more elderly residents would
stay at home, near their friends and
family. But since its not, many dont.
We are probably not the only ones
who laughed when we pondered where
in New Jersey other than, say, a
beach town such as Ocean City
would be a good place to retire. And
thats a shame, and a problem all at the
same time.
Our residents shouldnt have to prepare to leave when they retire.

Residents question $1.5 million bond for synthetic


turf soccer fields at Memorial Sports Complex
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
Evesham Township Council approved
the bonding of $1.5 million for the construction of synthetic turf soccer fields at
the Memorial Sports Complex at its last
meeting, but not without some feedback
from the public.
Several residents used the public comment portion of the meeting to ask questions regarding costs and how the project
was chosen over other possible options for
spending the money.
Resident Joanne Sanferraro questioned
comments made at a previous meeting in
which Councilman Ken DAndrea said
more than 2,000 kids in the Marlton Soccer
Program, of which DAndrea is commissioner, would use the fields.
Due to that fact, DAndrea said the Marlton Soccer Program would be paying for
about 25 percent of the cost of the fields,
with another 25 percent or so to hopefully
come from renting the fields to other organizations.
It was there that Sanferraro took issue,

questioning the need to spend money on


fields for kids in town if other outside
groups were needed to help offset the cost.
This doesnt make sense to me, Sanferraro said. Are you building this field for
the town, or for the teams outside of the
town who can rent space, so then where do
our teams go?
DAndrea responded to Sanferraro by
saying first priority would be given to the
Marlton Soccer organization before any
field was out to rent to other organizations,
and that the other organizations in questions were also local.
Sanferraro also brought up health concerns she said may correlate with the use
of turf fields and asked what assurances
the township received were not a risk, but
Mayor Randy Brown said those concerns
were unfounded.
Weve got multiple turf fields here in
town, Brown said. If you go back to 20082009, we sat in this room and went all over
the supposed health hazards that are nonexistent and not proven by any sort of medical professional about turf fields.
Resident Rosemary Bernardi asked

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about open space money being used for the


project, and when she was informed it was
not, she asked how it was decided to build
fields versus paving roads or other needs of
the town.
Brown said he and council have been for
active recreation to have homes keep value
and attract new residents.
We have an overall plan of how, not
only do we stabilizes taxes around here, but
we also make it very attractive for people to
live here, for people to play here, for people
to work here and for people to move here,
so this continues to be our overall plan,
Brown said.
Evesham Township Manager Tom Czerniecki also said the $1.5 million price was
chosen based on a worst case scenario in
which he already believed less would be
needed, and some of the bond would be
cancelled.
Resident Cheryl Wilkins asked about the
declining numbers of children in town
based off of school district enrollment projections, but Brown said participation in
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BOE adopts budget with increase

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Increase is a drop from the original proposal in early February


By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
The Evesham Township School
District Board of Education approved its 2015-2016 tentative
budget and has submitted it to the
county.
With total tentative appropriations set at about $70.95 million, if
the budget remains unchanged
between now and its final adoption at the end of April, the average Evesham homeowner with a
home valued at $270,500 would see
their annual K-8 school tax bill increase $37.60.
The total tax levy will make up
about $54.75 million of the $70.95
million budget, with about another $13.66 million coming from
state aid and the rest raised
through miscellaneous revenues
and budgeted fund balance.
The $37.60 annual increase for
the average homeowner is a drop
from the $52.70 originally proposed at a preliminary budget
community information meeting
in early February.
Superintendent John Scavelli
Jr. said the drop is a result of the
boards finance committee deciding to eliminate the use of banked
cap and holding off on several
new additions to the district.
According to Scavelli, eliminated from the budget were two new
gifted and talented teachers for
the districts gifted and talented
program, a new computer technician, a replacement maintenance
vehicle and technology infrastructure upgrades.
Right now, those things are
out the budget unless we can find

another way to fund them without using bank cap, so thats kind
of where we are right now, he
said.
Banked cap is the method
through which the state allows
school districts to increase the
tax levy of annual school budgets
above the 2 percent state-mandated increase cap if districts were
under the cap with previous
budgets, up to three years.
According to Scavelli, the
ETSD has never used banked cap.
The majority of the money
spent in the 2015-2016 budget will
go toward staff salaries and employee benefits, to the tune of
$44.72 million and $14.18 million,
respectively, making up about 83
percent of the general fund budget.
In the past, Scavelli has said
that 83 percent number is about
what most school districts spend
on employee salaries and benefits, as school districts are laborintensive industries.
At its most recent meeting, the
board also decided to hold the
public hearing and final adoption
for the budget on Tuesday, April
28.
This year, law requires public
hearings for budgets to take place
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WEDNESDAY APRIL 1
PowerPoint 2010 for Beginners:
Adult. 10:30 a.m. Evesham
Library at 984 Tuckerton Road.
Learn the basics of creating digital slide presentations for business, hobby, club, school, parties
or family gatherings. Knowledge
of Word helpful but not required.
Mouse and basic computer skills
required. Registration is required.
Register
online
at
www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person or
call the library at (856) 983-1444.
Adult Yarn Social: Adult. 11 a.m. Evesham Library at 984 Tuckerton
Road. Like to knit and/or crochet? Then come join other knitting and crochet fans for an hour
(or more, if prefered) of relaxed,
social yarn time. Share a current
project, ask for pointers, swap
patterns, or just enjoy the company of fellow enthusiasts. Registration is required. Register online at
www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person or
call the library at (856) 983-1444.
SJ Mothers of Multiples: Lions
Lake Banquet facility. 7:30 p.m.
Visit www.SJMOMS.com for more

information.
Community Stroke Support Group:
Marlton Rehabilitation Hospital, 92
Brick Road. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Call 9888778 for more information.
MOMS club: For at-home mothers.
Email
momsclubmarltons@
gmail.com for information.
Preschool storytime: Barnes and
Noble, 200 West Route 70. 11 a.m.
Call 596-7058 for information.
Overeaters Anonymous: 4:15 p.m.
at Prince of Peace Church. Call
(609)
239-0022
or
visit
www.oa.org for information.

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THURSDAY APRIL 2
Adult Yarn Social: Adult. 11 a.m. Evesham Library at 984 Tuckerton
Road. Like to knit and/or crochet? Then come join other knitting and crochet fans for an hour
(or more, if prefered) of relaxed,
social yarn time. Share a current
project, ask for pointers, swap
patterns or just enjoy the company of fellow enthusiasts. Registration is required. Register online at
www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person or

call the library at (856) 983-1444.


Recovering Couples Anonymous: 7
p.m. at Prince of Peace Church, 61
E. Route 70. Call 596-4815 or
email kp5308@comcast.net for
information.
BNI Evesham Regional Chapter
Lunch: Every Thursday at 11:30
a.m. at Indian Spring Country
Club, 115 S. Elmwood Rd, Marlton.
BNI is a business and professional

networking referral organization.


Join us to learn more about how
to grow your business. Call Jim
for details at (856) 669-2602.
BNI Marlton Regional Chapter
Lunch: Every Thursday at 11:30
a.m. at The Mansion, 3000 Main
St., Voorhees. BNI is a business
and professional networking
referral organization. Join us to
learn more about how to grow
your business. Call Ray for details
at (609) 760-0624.
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abs, back, posture, balance and
flexibility. Call 985-9792 for information.

Piloxing: Gibson House. Non-contact, explosive boxing drills using


one-pound piloxing gloves. Call
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FRIDAY APRIL 3
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at
Prince of Peace Church. Call
(609)
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or
visit
www.oa.org for information.

SATURDAY APRIL 4
Christ Presbyterian Church Easter
Vigil Service: All. 8 p.m. Christ
Presbyterian Church at 515 E.
Main St. This event is an Easter
Vigil Service that all are invited to
attend.
Pokmon Battle Club: Ages 7-17.
2p.m. Evesham Library at 984
Tuckerton Road. Join Miss Elayna
as the library enjoys fun Pokmon battles in the video game or
the trading card game. Pokmon
themed crafts will also be available during the program. Bring a
Nintendo 3DS system as well as
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Residents speak out both


for and against turf fields
RESIDENTS
Continued from page 6

the soccer program and many


youth sports was actually higher
than it was several years ago.
Whether we have 5,000 kids in
school or 4,400 kids in school, its
participation, he said.
Resident Dominick Mondi said

as an eight-year resident with a


family, he was for the fields, especially because of the Marlton Soccer Program helping to pay for
the cost.
Thats not just dollars, thats
buy-in from the community beyond the people sitting in this
room, Mondi said. I think its a
good idea, and just as a counterbalance to some of the comments
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SCHOOL
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on www.lrhsd.org, and on Goodwills Facebook page, www.facebook.com/GoodwillNJ.
The school that collects the
most donations (based on pounds
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plaque that can proudly be displayed at their school until the


2016 competition begins.
In addition, the Volunteer Service Award recipient from the
champion school will receive the
Outstanding Volunteer Award
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charitable works.
This clothing drive competition has grown immensely in the
last three years thanks to the sup-

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of the district high schools and
the community at large, said
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lessons, including the importance
of supporting local charities for
the good of the community
and recycling resources to contribute to a more sustainable tomorrow.

Clancy wins free throw contest


On Saturday, March 21 the
Knights of Columbus sponsored
the regional level of the Free
Throw Championship and the
representative for Father John P.
Wessel, Council No. 6530 (St. Joan
of Arc) and Kateri Tekakwitha,

council No. 12229 (St. Isaac's), Jessica Clancy, of Marlton, won the
14-year-old girls shootout.
Jessica will advance to the
state level, which will be held on
April 12 in Sayreville.
Good Luck to Jessica.

Email us at news@marltonsun.com

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System would be fairer, Czerniecki says


because of the schedule, Czerniecki said. The large majority of them will go away.
Czerniecki also said the new
process of requiring appeals to be
filed by January would allow the
township time to budget for any
successful appeals by the time of
finalizing a budget several
months later.
And, overall, Czerniecki said
the new system would be fairer.
The idea is the current revaluation system isnt fair nor is it efficient, Czerniecki said. Its not
efficient in a sense that typically
a community would have to bond
to do a revaluation, pay debt on
that, interest and treat it as an
emergency in many situations.
Should Burlington County
moved forward with its new plan,
Czerniecki said certain details
are still unknown, such as when
the plan could be instituted and
how the township would decide
what 20 percent of homes would

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tax appeals.
That doesnt include the cost
of legal expenses, hiring of appraisers, so on and so forth, Czerniecki said.
Of that $1.4 million, Brown
said he believed around 70 percent was the township paying for
the school district.
When we reimburse for tax
appeal losses, neither school district, neither of the two school
districts, repays us, Brown said.
Thats on us and the county.
Brown and Czerniecki said the
new process, which would require the township to perform
two property revaluations per
home per decade, would eliminate most if not all tax appeals by
keeping properties up to date.
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