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DEC. 21-27, 2016

BOE takes look


at bond referendum
cost breakdown

Help for the holidays

Shamong schools bond referendum


vote is scheduled for March 14
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
The Shamong Board of Education last week provided a breakdown of costs for the $5.39 million
bond referendum projects.
The school district is going out
for referendum in March as a
number of its facilities are in
need of upgrade or renovation.
The bond referendum projects include upgrades to classroom, gym
and cafetorium air-conditioning
at Indian Mills Memorial School;
telephone, messaging, clock, PA
and mass notification system upgrades for both schools; generator
installation and related standby
power work for both schools;
parking lot, walk and curb
restoration at IMMS; well pit upgrades for IMMS; upgrades and
replacements of the electrical
mains on the roof at Indian Mills
School; and ATC upgrades to digital controls at both schools.
The biggest ticket items include climate controlling all class-

rooms, projected at $1.2 million;


soft costs, such as contingency, architect fees, surveys, legal and
bonding at $980,000; parking lot,
walk and curb restoration at
$900,000; and cafetorium HVAC
upgrades including stage at
$680,000. For a full breakdown of
the projected costs, a PowerPoint
is available at the school district
website.
Of the bond referendum projects, only the parking lot, walk
and curb restoration are not eligible for state aid. Projected state
aid would be $1.7 million.
If voters approve the bond referendum, the average Shamong
homeowner, with a home valued
at $308,080, would pay an additional $156.47 per year in K-8
school taxes.
The school district is looking
into a bond referendum now because the state will pay up to 40
percent of allowable costs associated with improvements for
please see BOND, page 5

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Seneca High School students, in front from left, Drew Gallagher and Eric Pierre and, in back from
left, Carley Samuel, Cole Zinc and Emily Briscoe help to load toys collected during the schools annual Student Council toy drive. Toys were collected by Indian Mills Middle School, Cranberry Pines
Elementary School and Olsen Middle School. The Medford Police Department provided 18 bicycles.
The toys benefited needy families with the ARC of Burlington County, Christian Caring Center,
Pemberton Emergency Squad, Camden Boys Club and Dudley Schools of Camden.

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Making holidays happy
Community members share
traditions and memories. PAGE 6

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
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Bond referendum vote is scheduled


BOND
Continued from page 1
buildings and grounds; interest
rates are historically low, and
there are indications interest
rates may increase moving forward; a large chunk of the
schools debt will be paid off by
May 2018; and construction costs
are projected to increase.
On this years school tax bill,
the average Shamong homeowner
paid $385.47 toward school district debt. While that portion of
the average tax bill would increase to $465.78 if the bond referendum passes, district officials
said old debt from 2003 will simultaneously be paid off that year,
dropping the debt portion of a
residents school tax bill to $224.65
by 2019.
According to business administrator Laura Archer, the school
district is looking to offset the increase to the average taxpayer for

the 2018 school year for the debt


portion of residents tax bills so
there is not that additional burden.
This is why it is a great time
to do these projects, because it
will not have a great impact on
taxpayers, Archer said.
If the projects come in under
budget, the district can either increase the scope of the projects,
such as upgrading materials, or
return that money to the taxpayers.
The vote on the bond referendum will take place at the Indian
Mills Memorial School on March
14.
The new district website that
launched Dec. 13 features a section of additional information on
the bond referendum. How to register to vote, all PowerPoints, frequently asked questions and
more on the bond referendum can
be found by visiting Shamongschools.org.
In other news:
Shamong Township Schools re-

cently received two awards from


the Burlington County Insurance
Pool Joint Insurance Fund. A majority of Burlington County
school districts are a part of the
JIF, as it provides insurance for a
large number of districts at a
lower rate.
Each year, the Burlington
County JIF has an annual dinner
presenting awards to districts for
different criteria.
The district won the Safety District of the Year Award, given to
districts that meet various safety
obligations, including ensuring
safety of staff and students, attending training and a number of
meetings. For the award, the district received $8,500. Members of
the Safety Committee who helped
to achieve the award include
Todd Hall, Jennifer Simpson,
Heather Cosper, Tony Scardino,
Tim Henry, Jennifer Babbitt, Bill
Simons and Jackie Johnson.
Also, Karen Clementi of the Inplease see VOTE, page 10

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s the holiday season begins to
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everyone who stepped up to help those
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mal count of the number of holiday


fundraising event stories we publish
from year to year, but it certainly
seemed that, in 2016, there were many.
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everyone who picked up an extra can
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Local Shamong, Tabernacle community


members share holiday memories, traditions
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
The holidays are a time where families
come together, and in Tabernacle and Shamong, though residents may be spread out,
they still find ways to come together either
as a community or as families.
The Sun reached out to prominent members of the community to ask them how
they celebrate the holiday season.
Tabernacle Mayor Stephen Lee IV said
the holidays are a time for relaxation for
his family. As the Lee family has to work
hard on its cranberry farm from early
March to November, December is the first
time for a sort of vacation. Though the
family technically works year round, its
around the holidays they get to put their
feet up.
It is the first time we really get to take
some time off and relax, and reflect on the
past year, Lee said.
However, the Lee family stays home dur-

ing the holidays. They put up two trees, a


real and fake one, and decorate them with
real cranberries and popcorn. For Christmas, the Lee family goes to mass at Church
of the Holy Eucharist in Tabernacle and
shares a few presents around the tree.
Lee said he is proud of Tabernacles celebratory holiday traditions. The Tabernacle Tree Lighting was early last month featuring music, entertainment, refreshments, Santa and, of course, the lighting of
the township tree. The Tabernacle Rescue
Squad had its Operation Santa last week,
where it rode around town with Santa waving hello to residents, and the Tabernacle Fire Company No. 1 has its Breakfast
with Santa.
The Pinelands Branch Library is also
getting into the holiday spirit with a number of festive events. A snowman make-ntake craft is all day on Wednesday, Dec. 21
at the library for children of all ages, and
holiday wrapping is available for any age
on Dec. 22 and 24, with a limit of two per

person. The Medford Library Association


also helped to decorate the library, even
creating a tree made entirely out of books.
The staff has also worked hard to make
holiday-themed fun story times.
(Preparing for the holidays) is fun. My
staff has always felt a part of the community and everyone enjoys doing it. The
friends of the library help with the decorations. This year, they were very creative. I
hope you come to see the tree, Pinelands
Library Branch Manager Wei-Jie Cui said.
Cui said she hadnt celebrated Christmas before coming to America. Originally
from China, she said she was not prepared
for the cards and the trees, and would always wait until the last minute to set
things up. However, as her children grew
older, she learned more about the holiday
and has now made it a tradition.
Shamong Public Schools Superintendent Christine Vespe said she celebrates the
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Feel free to bring your own Wii or
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Open Prayer Gathering: 6:30 p.m.
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FRIDAY DEC. 23
Lego Club: Ages 5 to 12. 3:30 p.m. at
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TUESDAY DEC. 27
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Join Miss Niki, DTR, from the
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phasing in use of the body worn
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phone camera. The body worn
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Holiday traditions are special


HOLIDAY
Continued from page 6
holidays with a large family
party. As her husband comes
from Italian roots, she does the
Feast of the Seven Fishes, and
more than 50 people come over to
spend time together and eat.
Vespe has a tradition of going to
see The Nutcracker with her
best friend, and as her best
friends daughter is now in the
ballet, it makes it even more special. Growing up, Vespes mother
would collect ornaments, and
eventually some of those ornaments were passed on to her. She
has started her own tradition
with her husband and two sons of
putting up a tree and decorating
it with the ornaments from her
mother.
My favorite memory as a
child was going to bed, and when
I woke up on Christmas, the tree
would be up and decorated and

Santa would come. Its one of the


brightest memories for me as a
child growing up, Vespe said.
Family is big for Tabernacle
School Districts Superintendent
Glenn Robbins as well, as for the
past two years he has gone to
Florida to visit his and his wifes
parents.
Santa comes down to Florida
for my 4-year-old, Robbins said.
We always enjoy being around
family, first and foremost, and celebrating the good times we have
and appreciating life.
Robbins said his favorite part
of the holidays is watching the
kids open presents and play with
their toys. He, too, enjoys playing
with them.
Seeing Christmas from the
eyes of my 4-year-old son and
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