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    www.marltonsun.com JAN. 713, 2015 FREE

    Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 1115Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

    INSIDE THIS ISSUEA look ahead

    Superintendent Scavellidiscusses 2015. PAGE 5

    ZANE CLARK/The Sun

    It was described by the Evesham Township Library as a dog-a-bration when on the night of Dec. 29 dogs from Loving Paws, a localdog therapy group, visited the library to interact with families through reading. Two visitors who enjoyed the dogs were 4-year-old Lau-ryn Elkins and her 5-and-1/2-year-old brother Sam. With Lauren and Sam are Janice Wills Kingsbury and her 6-year-old ShetlandSheepdog and Collie mix named Lexi.

    Library celebrates Dog-a-bration

    By ZANE CLARKThe Sun

    Even though 2014 came to aclose just last week, EveshamMayor Randy Brown and town-ship officials are already hard atwork planning for what 2015 willbring.

    According to Brown, one of the

    first projects the township finallyhopes to accomplish in the earlypart of 2015 is taking over respon-sibility for parts of Main Streetand Maple Avenue from Burling-ton County.

    About six months ago, councilhad the township enter discus-sions with Burlington Countywith the goal of having the coun-

    A lookat whatsin storefor 2015Mayor discussesredevelopment,

    county snowplowing, more

    please see TRI-TOWNE, page 4

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    Stephen Bialon, of Marlton,graduated with a bachelors ofarts in education in middle leveleducation from Coastal CarolinaUniversity during commence-ment exercises on Saturday, Dec.

    13, at the HTC Center.A total of 455 students marched

    in the university's fall commence-ment ceremony, the largest groupto participate in December gradu-ation. Approximately 590 totalcandidates were eligible to re-ceive degrees.

    Lebanon Valley College has an-nounced its dean's list recipientsfor the fall 2014 semester. Dean'slist students must maintain aGPA of at least 3.4 out of 4.0. Ofthe 699 students who made thelist, local Marlton honorees in-

    clude:Caitlin Manahan, a graduate of

    Cherokee High School, pursuinga bachelors of science in actuari-al science.

    Alyssa Cirucci, a graduate ofBishop Eustace Prep School, pur-

    suing a bachelors of science inpsychobiology.

    Kristin Svitak of Marlton, isspending winter break workingto help others in the DominicanRepublic, through an AlverniaUniversity Alternative Break pro-gram. Svitak is an Early Child-hood Education major at the uni-versity.

    During the fall semester, Alver-nia students participating in win-ter alternative break tripslearned about the social justice is-sues they will likely experience

    this winter. These students areworking to better understand thecauses and effects of poverty, andto make a difference in society, asthey travel to Cincinnati, Ohio,Philadelphia, Reading, Pa., andthe Dominican Republic.

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    ty give Evesham control of MapleAvenue between Routes 70 and 73and Main Street between Route 73and Elmwood Road.

    In the past, Brown has said tak-ing over responsibility for theroads would help with economicdevelopment, giving sole ap-proval of new projects along theroads to the Evesham TownshipPlanning Board alone, as well ashelp the township with planning

    seasonal, community-wide eventsalong Main Street.

    Our goal for the new yearwould be to have full takeover ofMain and Maple, in the sectionsof which we outlined, in Janu-ary, Brown said.

    Whether the township is givenfull control of Main and Maple inJanuary, Evesham will already beresponsible for plowing snow on

    those, and all, county roads in thetownship in 2015 as a result of adeal made with the county lastyear.

    No matter what, were goingto plow those, Brown said. Wehave that deal anyway. Weregoing to plow all of Main andMaple, and the county will reim-burse us for the areas of whichwe wont have ownership.

    Moving into a little later in2015, Brown said the ongoing de-velopment of a redevelopmentplan for the vacant Tri-TownePlaza along Route 70 is goinggreat. In October, the township

    and Tri-Towne owner RichardBirdoff, of New York-based RDManagement, publically an-nounced an agreement to redevel-op the 180,000 square feet ofempty buildings into a mixed-usecommercial and residential site,bringing new jobs, stores andmarket rate apartments to thesite.

    Were now up to plan 32, 32nd

    revision were at rightnowweve got to get a redevelop-ment plan done first, and thenhave Tri-Towne at a planningboard (meeting) in the first quar-ter of 2015, Brown said. Itsgoing great. Really, the coopera-tion is outstanding.

    Brown also said another planfor the site is the creation of awalking path through the 150-footbuffer between the Tri-TownePlaza and Route 70, which thetownship has already received ap-proval for from the state Depart-ment of Transportation.

    We did get approval for the

    front from the DOT. We did get ap-proval on the easement, Brownsaid. Youre going to be able towalk from the other side of Ply-mouth Road where TD Bank is.Youre going to be able to walk viacrosswalks and the walking pathsfrom there all the way down toMain Street and 7-Eleven and be

    TRI-TOWNEContinued from page 1

    please see TOURNAMENTS, page 10

    Tri-Towne Plaza plans going well

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    Although school districts oper-ate on a yearly schedule similarto that of their students from Sep-tember to June, Evesham Town-ship School District still has sev-eral areas to look ahead to for thecalendar year of 2015.

    According to Evesham Town-ship School District Superintend-

    ent John Scavelli, one of the firstupcoming events for the districtwill be the presentation and adop-tion of a tentative 2015-2016 budg-et.

    Our timeline is similar to theprevious years. Early in Febru-ary, we are looking to hold at leasttwo community meetings to pres-ent preliminary budgetary infor-mation, Scavelli said. At the endof February at the February

    board meeting, Feb. 26, we shouldhave the tentative budget presen-tation and the board will meet toadopt the tentative budget.

    Scavelli said if the timelinefrom the state Department of Ed-ucation remains similar to whatit has been in previous years,then in early May, the board willhold the public hearing and voteon the completed budget.

    The 2014-2015 budget was set at

    $75 million in total appropria-tions, with the average Eveshamhome assessed at $270,000 seeing ageneral fund tax levy increase of1.25 percent or 2.72 cents.

    As for the potential outline ofthe upcoming budget, Scavellisaid the No. 1 thing he and the dis-trict would be looking at, as hesaid the district does with any un-dertaking, is to ensure everythingis sustainable.

    Any initiatives we take on, wewant to ensure that they will belasting into the future, Scavellisaid.

    Scavelli said the district alsowants to maintain reasonable ele-mentary class sizes, which hecalled important to the district,and the district will also work tomaintain and enhance the in-structional and educational pro-grams it already has.

    In regard to Goals 2017 thedistricts six-year strategic align-ment plan that has mainly been ageneral set of directions for thedistrict from 2012-2017 Scavellisaid the continuing implementa-tion tasks are related to studentachievement, staff and profes-sional development and integra-tion of technology in the class-

    Superintendent discusses whatson the horizon in the first half of 2015School district plans for budget, preps for PARCC, more

    please see DISTRICT, page 7

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    The following reports are on file with theEvesham Township police department:

    The following incidents occurred onThursday, Nov. 27:

    Route 70 East False Report: Subject re-

    ported that he was a cab driver being as-saulted by customers over afare. This call is believed to pos-sibly be a spoof call.

    The following incidents oc-curred on Friday, Nov. 28:

    Route 70 East Shoplifting: Shoplifter re-ported by loss prevention.

    Route 70 East Harassment: Subject re-ported harassment.

    Route 70 East Lost Property: Subjectlost his wallet in Walmart.

    Route 73 North Theft: Unknown person

    stole wallet while shopping.Route 73 South Criminal Mischief: Sus-

    pect damaged a vehicle in the parking lot ofPromenade using a sharp object.

    Route 73 South Contempt of Court: Ac-cused arrested for warrants out of Camden

    City and an NCIC it for child support fromCamden County during a suspicious vehi-cle investigation. Same committed to BCJ.

    Route 73 South Contempt of Court:Motor Vehicle Stop resulted in arrest forATS warrant out of Gibbsboro.

    Colts Gait Road Criminal Mischief: Vic-tim reported an unknown per-son wrote the letters SPG on thehood of his red BMW sometimeovernight.

    Hewlings Drive Lost Proper-ty: Victim lost her driver's li-

    cense.Maple Avenue, South Fire: Chair on

    fire. Fire marshal advised that the cause ofthe fire was undetermined.

    The following incidents occurred onSaturday, Nov. 29:

    Route 70 East Suspicious: Suspiciousvehicle investigation.

    Route 70 West Shoplifting: A 7-year-oldboy stole Pokmon cards.

    Route 73 South Auto Theft: Motor vehi-cle stop with stolen vehicle. Vehicle was re-

    covered in Camden by owner's son.Route 73 South Contempt of Court:

    Subject was arrested on a collision for awarrant.

    Blanchard Road Abandoned Vehicle:Abandoned vehicle in roadway.

    Conestoga Drive Contempt of Court:MV stop resulted in ATS arrest out of Lum-berton.

    Evesboro-Medford Road CDS-Posses-sion: Suspicious Vehicle Investigation re-sulted in discovery of CDS and CDS para-phernalia.

    Knox Boulevard Abandoned Vehicle:Abandoned vehicle in roadway.

    Summit Court Simple Assault: As-sault, no signs of injury.

    Tuckerton Road Contempt of Court:Suspect was transported to BurlingtonCounty Jail minimum in default of bail for

    a Evesham warrant.

    The following incident occurred onSunday, Nov. 30:

    Brandywine Drive Found Property:Found license plate.

    Cars damaged at Promenade parking lot, residences

    police

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    room.With regard to technology for

    the upcoming year, were lookingat replacing equipment and addi-tional software and supports fortechnology integration, as well asstaffing enchantments, Scavellisaid.

    Scavelli said another area of

    Goals 2017 to be carried out wouldbe work toward the districts TierIII gifted and talent programs,mainly through program updatesand staffing, and work towardsummer programs for supple-mental literacy, specifically forsecond and third grade.

    Another big event for the dis-trict in 2015 will be the first Part-nership for Assessment of Readi-

    ness for College and Careers, or

    PARCC test.The district participated in the

    state pilot projects last year, andthe district has also upgradedbandwidth to prepare for thetests. The 2014-2015 school year isalso the first in which every stu-dent at the middle school levelhas access to a Chromebook, thelightweight laptop computer run-ning the Chrome operating sys-tem from Google, and in 2015, thestudents taking the PARCC test

    will do so on those computers.In regard to questions about

    PARCC that parents might have,Scavelli said the district is plan-ning parent nights, most likely inFebruary, to answer questionsand familiarize parents with thetest their children will be taking.

    For children whose parents donot want them to take the actualtest, as has happened at other dis-

    tricts who participated in the

    pilot program last year, Scavellisaid at this point, the plan is re-ally no different than anythingthe district has done in the past.

    The biggest difference is thatthe children will take it on a com-puter, using a computer, so wewill address it the same way wehave done in the past if there arestudents who refuse to take thetest, Scavelli said. Were stilldiscussing those things and gath-ering information and getting

    ready for it ourselves.

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    WE NES YJAN. 7Device Clinic Drop-In: Adult. 10:30

    a.m. Evesham Library at 984Tuckerton Road. Get a new

    iPhone, tablet, laptop or othersimilar device this holiday seasonand have a question related tohow to use it (email, installingapps, etc.)? Like some help get-ting started or just some usefultips? Then drop in between thehours of 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.for an open device clinic. Regis-tration is not required. More

    information online atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    THURS YJAN. 8Medication Safety & Polypharma-

    cy: Adult. 10 a.m. EveshamLibrary at 984 Tuckerton Road.Learn about managing multiplemedications. Bring questions toask the pharmacist. Registrationrequested, but walk-ins are wel-come. More information online atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    Adult Yarn Social: Adult. 10 a.m.Evesham Library at 984 Tucker-ton Road. Knit and or crochet?Then come join other knittingand crochet fans for an hour (ormore) of relaxed, social yarntime. Share a current project, askfor pointers, swap patterns or justenjoy the company of fellowenthusiasts. Registration is notrequired. More informationonline at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, inperson or call the library at (856)983-1444.

    FRI YJAN. 9Homeschooling: How To Get

    Started: Families. 11 a.m. Eve-sham Library at 984 TuckertonRoad. Thinking of homeschoolingthe kids, but dont know where tobegin? New to homeschoolingand need support? Is home-schooling the right fit? Joinhomeschooling mom RosemaryLaberee as she answers ques-tions and shares her knowledgeon the homeschool how tos.Ro will discuss homeschool lawsand regulations, socialization, co-

    ops and more from more than 15years of experience. Also attend-ing is the home school liaison forBurlington County College with a

    display table from 11 a.m -1 p.m.Registration is requested. Moreinformation online atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    S TUR YJAN. 10Prenatal Yoga: Adult. 10:30 a.m.

    Evesham Library at 984 Tucker-ton Road. Please join Yoga by

    Robin for this Prenatal Yoga classdesigned to quiet the mind andhelp with relaxation while prepar-ing for labor and birth. Prenatal

    Yoga classes focus on body align-ment, breathing techniques, pos-tures and relaxation techniques.Physical benefits of prenatalyoga: relieves lower back painand sciatica, teaches proper bodyalignment, increases overallstrength, flexibility and well-being. Note: Please wear looseclothing to class and bring a rug,mat, or towel. Registration isrequired. More informationonline at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, inperson or call the library at (856)

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    MON YJAN. 12Practice Your English: Adult. 6:30

    p.m. Evesham Library at 984Tuckerton Road. Join others topractice speaking English in thisrelaxed group. This group is bestfor people who already knowEnglish but want additional prac-tice. Class runs for eight weeks.Registration is required. Registeronline at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in

    person or call the library at (856)983-1444.

    TUES YJAN. 13Snack Attack: Ages 3-6 years.

    10:30 a.m. Evesham Library at984 Tuckerton Road. Join Ms.Holly and Ms. Ashley, R.D. fromthe Shop Rite of Marlton, as thelibrary listens to a wintry storyand learn how to prepare a deli-cious snack with seasonal ingre-dients. Please list any food aller-

    gies. Registration begins twoweeks prior to the program. Reg-istration is required. Registeronline at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, inperson or call the library at (856)983-1444.

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    Moving to another townshipproject, Brown spoke about Eve-shams work on the municipalowned and managed IndianSpring Golf Course, with councilrecently approving whats knownas the Municipal Partners Pro-

    gram for the course, which allowsother townships to get their resi-dents discounts on rounds of golf

    played at Indian Spring in ex-

    change for promoting the courseon their township websites andsocial media pages.

    With the township having beenin charge of managing the coursefor a full year, Brown called theimprovements there so far amaz-ing, and said 2015 would bringmore of the same.

    Really, what we want to do isincrease outings. We absolutelyhave to increase outings, Brownsaid. Weve increased fees some,

    but were also increasing ourcommunity partnerships withthe Municipal Partnership Pro-gram. These are our short-termgoals.

    Moving from golf to baseballand softball, Brown said for thespring and summer of 2015, thesix-month-old Diamonds at Ar-rowhead Park sports complex al-ready has some tournaments

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