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Public Hearing – Ordinance 2017-003 on Tuesday, February 28, 2017

NOTICE OF PENDING ORDINANCE

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-003     AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF LUMBERTON, IN THE COUNTY OF BURLINGTON, NEW JERSEY, REAPPROPRIATING CERTAIN MONIES FROM PREVIOUSLY ADOPTED BOND ORDINANCES AND PROVIDING FOR VARIOUS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND RELATED EXPENSES IN AND FOR THE TOWNSHIP AND  APPROPRIATING $17,000 THEREFOR

Notice is hereby given that the aforesaid ordinance was introduced and passed upon first reading at a meeting of the Township Committee of the Township of Lumberton, County of Burlington, State of New Jersey, held February 14, 2017.  It will be further considered for final passage after public hearing thereon, at a meeting of said Township Committee to be held in the Lumberton Township Municipal Building, 35 Municipal Drive, Lumberton, New Jersey, on February 28, 2017, beginning at 7:30PM. During the week prior to, up to and including the date of such meeting, copies of said ordinance will be made available at the Clerk’s Office in said Municipal Building to members of the general public who shall request the same.

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O-2017-003 REAPPROPRIATING CERTAIN MONIES FROM PREVIOUSLY ADOPTED BOND ORDINANCES

Public Hearing – Ordinance 2017-002 on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017

NOTICE OF PENDING ORDINANCE

ORDINANCE # 2017-002    AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF LUMBERTON TO ACQUIRE BY FEE SIMPLE OR CONDEMNATION, BLOCK 6.04, LOTS 7, 8-11, 3.05 AND 3.06, COMMONLY KNOWN AS 1572 ROUTE 38, FOR REDEVELOPMENT PURPOSES

Notice is hereby given that the aforesaid ordinance was introduced and passed upon first reading at a meeting of the Township Committee of the Township of Lumberton, County of Burlington, State of New Jersey, held January 24, 2017. It will be further considered for final passage after public hearing thereon, at a meeting of said Township Committee to be held in the Lumberton Township Municipal Building, 35 Municipal Drive, Lumberton, New Jersey, on February 28, 2017, beginning at 7:30PM. During the week  prior to, up to and including the date of such meeting, copies of said ordinance will be made available at the Clerk’s Office in said Municipal Building to members of the general public who shall request the same.    

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O-2017-002 Acquire or Condemn 1572 RT 38 for Redevelopment Purposes

Lumberton Township Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for it’s Two Newest Playground at Bryan Freeman Park in the Bobby’s Runs Section of Town

Lumberton, NJ – October 31, 2016 – After two months of construction, the Lumberton Township Committee is set to open its newest playgrounds as part of its Phase 1 refurbishment of the recreational parks located in the Bobby’s Run section of the Township.  Phase 1 consisted of replacing both playgrounds located at Bryan Freeman Park, as well as the playground at Turnbridge Drive.  The Turnbridge Park officially opened last weekend.

In Phase 2 is also underway and will completely refurbishing the tennis courts located at Bryan Freeman Park This overall project is a continuation of the Township Committee’s commitment to refurbishing the Public Parks and Playgrounds throughout the Town, all of which have all been funded in part by grants from the Burlington County Municipal Park Development Program.

Mayor Sean Earlen stated, “the grand opening of these last two new state of the art playgrounds located at the Bryan Freeman Park rounds out the Township’s 2016 playground reconstruction plan and my colleagues and I are proud to have all three playgrounds now open for our residents to enjoy.” “We have been very fortunate over the years to receive well over $875,000 worth of grant money provided by the Burlington County’s Municipal Park Development Program. As you drive throughout the Township it is great seeing all of the completed projects being enjoyed by our residents and visitors to our great town,” added Mayor Earlen.

To date, Lumberton Township and the Burlington County Freeholders have teamed up to  construct a brand new playground, Community Garden and Dog Park at the Village Green, a  Canoe Launch  on the Rancocas Creek, sports fields at our Municipal Building Complex, and now the refurbishment of Turnbridge Park and Bryan Freeman Park’s Playgrounds.

“Partnering with the Burlington County Freeholder Board has been a no brainer decision for the Township Committee,” added Committeeman Jim Conway, who serves as one of the Engineering Project liaisons to the Township Committee.  “This year in particular has been extremely good for Lumberton Township as participants in the county’s Park Development Grant Program due to the fact that several of our past projects provided by these grant funds finished well under budget and we were permitted to use all of our leftover grant money to refurbish three playgrounds in the Bobby’s Run Section of the Township,” stated Committeeman Conway.

Bryan Freeman Park will be open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week to be enjoyed by Township Residents.

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Lumberton Township Marks the Grand Opening of it’s Newest Playground off of Turnbridge Drive in the Bobby’s Runs Section of Town

Lumberton, NJ – October 15, 2016 – After two months of construction, the Lumberton Township Committee is set to open the first of three playgrounds as part of its Phase 1 refurbishment of the recreational parks located in the Bobby’s Run section of the Township.  Phase 1 consists of replacing both playgrounds located at Bryan Freeman Park, as well as the playground at Turnbridge Drive.  In Phase 2, the Township is completely refurbishing the tennis courts located at Bryan Freeman Park, and expects construction on that project will wrap up by the end of October/beginning of November.  This overall project is a continuation of the Township Committee’s commitment to refurbishing the Public Parks and Playgrounds throughout the Town, all of which have all been funded in part by grants from the Burlington County Municipal Park Development Program.

Mayor Sean Earlen stated, “today we mark the grand opening of this new state of the art playground, which is one of three that the Township will be opening this month.” “We have been very fortunate to receive $878,710.00 dollars in grant money from the county and these dollars have been put to good use by building a brand new playground, Community Garden and Dog Park at the Village Green, along with a Canoe Launch located across the street from Village Green on the Rancocas Creek, sports fields at our Municipal Building Complex, and culminating with the refurbishment of Turnbridge Park Playgrounds,” added Mayor Earlen.

“One of the greatest aspect of this project in my mind is it serves a staple for community activisms, earlier this year residents came together through the petition process to request the refurbishment of this park. During a Township Committee meeting this past February, several residents in the neighborhood surrounding the Turnbridge Drive Playground, submitted their collective request for the Township to update this park and fortunately enough it was on our radar to be refurbish through the Burlington County Grant program,” stated Mayor Earlen.

“With the help of the Burlington County Freeholder Board, the Township Committee has been able to completely transform the recreational features our Township has to offer our residents and visitors,” added Committeeman Jim Conway, who serves as one of the Engineering Project liaisons to the Township Committee.  “However by far, the best aspect of this grant program is the Township being able to use any remaining funds from previous projects to refurbish both playgrounds at the Bryan Freeman Park, which is a great reward for keeping all of our county sponsored projects well under budget and we expect to open those playgrounds next week,” stated Committeeman Conway.

Turnbridge Park will be open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week to be enjoyed by Township Residents.  The Township expects to open both playgrounds at Bryan Freeman Park starting on Monday October 17, 2016 and hopes to open the new Tennis Courts at Bryan Freeman Park by the end of October/beginning of November.

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Lumberton Township Promotes a New Police Lieutenant

On the Evening of September 13, 2016, the Lumberton Township Committee promoted a new Police Lieutenant, Lt. Nick Peditto,  who will oversee the Patrol Division of the Police Force.  We congratulate our new Lieutenant and wish him luck in his new position.

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Lumberton Township Recognizes the Lumberton Emergency Squad For its Continued Efforts to Provide Exceptional Care to the Residents and Visitors of the Township

Lumberton, NJ – September 14, 2016 – At the regularly scheduled Township Committee Meeting on September 13th, 2016, Mayor Earlen and the rest of the Township Committee lauded to the Lumberton Emergency Squad (LES) for their efforts since the new EMS contract was implemented at the beginning of this year.  On March 8, 2016, the Committee adopted a Resolution which provided for a new contract for emergency medical services within the boundaries of the Township, seeking to provide an even greater level of care to all residents and visitors to the Township.  That contract was issued to a newly reorganized Lumberton Emergency Squad, Inc.

Mayor Sean Earlen stated, “Recognizing the passing of the first 6 months of this new contract and the successes brought by it, was a priority for my colleagues and me on the Township Committee because the majority of these dedicated individuals are volunteers and we wanted to acknowledge their efforts. Under the leadership of their new Chief Jamie Wood and President Dan Januseski, the Lumberton Emergency Squad has added 17 additional emergency care personnel through streamlining their new member approval process, 6 of which are currently enrolled in EMT classes, 2 are Administrative Support, which has increased their total membership to 27 active volunteers and 8 career personnel.”

Committeeman Mike Mansdoerfer, who serves as the Township Committee Liaison to the LES along with Mayor Earlen stated, “We are extremely thankful for our volunteers both new and existing at the Lumberton Emergency Squad, these individuals are willing to drop what they are doing at any given moment to go help a stranger and it is important for us to recognize their efforts.  By implementing 24/7 duty crews, cross training with both the Lumberton Fire and Police Departments and initiating dual response with the Fire Department for critical calls, our Township Emergency Personnel are able to render appropriate and timely treatment of any patient they come in contact with during their shift.  Most importantly, the LES has decreased its response time by a full minute over last year’s responses.”

In addition, to issuing the Proclamation to the Lumberton Emergency Squad, the Township Committee issued Appreciation Certificated to various Members of its Emergency Services for three separate incidents that resulted in those personnel saving the life of the patient on those calls who was in Cardiac Arrest.

Proclamation for the Lumberton Emergency Squad

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Lumberton Township Opens New Canoe Launch Along the Rancocas Creek, Thanks in Part to a Grant Received from the Burlington County Municipal Park Development Program

Lumberton, NJ – September 10, 2016 – Continuing with its commitment to provide more passive recreational activities for its residents, the Lumberton Township Committee, along with the Burlington County Freeholder Board marked the opening of a brand new permanent Canoe Launch, located on Chestnut Street, near the Village Green Park.   The new Canoe Launch will provide a new purpose for the once vacant land that in the past served as the parking lot for the Burlington County Farm Fair.  Township Officials stated that the facility will be open from dawn until dusk, seven days a week for the residents to enjoy public access to the Rancocas Creek.

Mayor Sean Earlen stated, “for decades, if not centuries, the residents of our Township and the surrounding communities in Burlington County have benefited from the many outdoor activities afforded by the Rancocas Creek.” “Particularly in Lumberton Township, our residents have come to love and enjoy their time on the Rancocas Creek and these recreational activities have led my colleagues and me to strategically advance the creation of this permanent Canoe Launch located on Chestnut Street.”

In conjunction, with the Burlington County Freeholder Board, Lumberton Township has been able to fund this new Canoe Launch from grant funds received under the Burlington County Municipal Park Development Program. Lumberton Township has received more than $875,000.00 dollars in grant money from the county since it became available in 2011.  Projects that have been funded through this grant include a new playground, Community Garden and Dog Park at the Village Green, in addition to our recently opened Canoe Launch located across the street from the Village Green, sports fields at our Municipal Building Complex, the refurbishment of Turnbridge Park Playground and both playgrounds at Bryan Freeman Park in the Bobby’s Run Development.

The Township is excited that the launch has opened on time and on budget.  Committeeman Jim Conway stated, “our goal as a Township Committee has been to fight for as much grant money as we can to fund these recreation projects  and it is my priority as well as Mayor Earlen’s, as the liaisons for Engineering Projects, to ensure the projects are completed in an efficient and cost effective manner, so that we gain as much as we can from these funds.” The Township also expects the construction of the new Canoe Launch will greatly benefit the annual Lumberton Fall Festival and Paddle event, held by the Lumberton Township Civic Association.  Mayor Earlen stated, “The Township Committee hopes that this new Canoe Launch will make it easier to assist patrons of our Annual Fall Festival and provide for a safe and enjoyable experience for them.”  “We hope to attract more people to this great event to raise awareness of the benefits of having the Rancocas Creek winding through our Town,” said Mayor Earlen.

The Lumberton Fall Festival and Paddle will be held on September 24, 2016 between 9am and 3pm.  For more information, please visit the Lumberton Civic Association website at, www.lumbertoncivic.org. In addition, the Township expects that the remaining projects funded by Burlington County Municipal Park Development Program will be completed by the end of fall, 2016.  It is projected that the Playgrounds at Bobby’s Run’s Bryan Freeman Park and Turnbridge Park will be completed by mid to late September of 2016 and the Township hopes to begin construction on the tennis courts after the completion of the playground projects.

Congressional Proclamation For Canoe Launch

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Burlington County Recycling Office is launching a free recycling App for all residents called “RecycleCoach”

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The County Recycling Office is launching a free recycling App for all residents called “Recycle Coach” and it is available now for download on your smartphone from iTunes or Google Play.

Once downloaded, be sure to type and submit your town name first. Then you will be able to enter your street address to start testing out the great features listed below!

With RecycleCoach you can:

• Set personal recycling reminders, so you don’t miss your collection day.

• View your recycling schedule, which automatically adjusts for holiday changes.

• Check out whether an item can be recycled, using the “what goes where” feature.

• Get tips on how to recycle.

• Receive alerts if we have to change collections due to bad weather.

• Receive notifications about future events.

• Report problems includ ing missed collections and damaged recycling carts.

We would like your feedback to uncover any kinks or issues in the program as well as your personal review of the App. Please send your comments to recycle@co.burlington.nj.us or call – 609-499-1001 ext. 266

To download, type in “RecycleCoach” in your app store (Google Play, Itunes, etc.) and begin.

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