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OCTOBER 29, 2010 • VOL. 15, NO. 48
Experts say Convention Cape May asks voters
Center’s projected whether to move local
operating loss is normal elections to November
By CAROLE MATTESSICH
By CAROLE MATTESSICH Staff Writer
Staff Writer CAPE MAY – Cape May is one of only two municipalities in the
CAPE MAY – A new report from Temple University’s School county that will have a ballot question along with candidates’ names
of Tourism and Hospitality Management projects income and on the Nov. 2 election ballot.
expenditures for the new convention hall scheduled to open in The question: whether the city should move its non-partisan mu-
May 2012, and forecasts that, at least for its ¿rst few years, the nicipal elections, typically held in May, to November.
new facility may generate an annual operating loss of approxi- Mayor Edward Mahaney explained at a recent city council meeting
mately $111,500. that while the vote is technically non-binding, council will consider
That’s not unusual for a convention center, council members the public’s input.
were told by Temple Professor Aubrey Kent, who presented the Matthew Weng, staff attorney for the League of Municipalities,
plan last week. said Thursday that he has heard from at least a dozen of the 86 towns
Convention centers are expected to drive new visitors to the in New Jersey that currently hold elections in May and are eligible to
community, Kent explained, not necessarily to wow with their make the change. Recent state legislation enabled those towns to opt
own ¿nancial receipts for use of the center. for the change any time after Jan. 1, 2011, he explained.
In an interview this week, John Siciliano, executive director of “The option has de¿nitely generated a lot of interest,” Weng said.
the entity that runs the Wildwood Convention Center, agreed. “If a dozen towns went out of their way to ask questions about it,
“I’d be surprised if he said the principle applies only for the clearly it’s already pretty popular.”
¿rst few years,” Siciliano said of Kent’s advice. “I have said it Towns can pose the question on a ballot to learn voters’ preferences,
many times before: by design, convention centers do not usually as Cape May has done, or a governing body can simply enact the
meet their bottom lines with operating revenues only. change by local ordinance.
“In fact, I don’t know of any that do,” he added. In Wildwood earlier this month, residents presented the city
“These buildings are there not necessarily to drive money, but commission with a petition indicating the concern of some voters
to drive increased traf¿c into the surrounding community,” said that commission members should not be in a position to effectively
Siciliano. “That is the business of a convention center. It is built Kelly Kripfgans and Bianca Woodland, both 16 and juniors extend their own terms in of¿ce by an additional half-year. Apparently
for economic development, not for its own bottom line.” at Lower Cape May Regional High School, pick up trash on swayed by that argument, a majority voted not to enact the change
Temple’s plan forecasts that the new Convention Center will the beach at the Cove in Cape May Saturday as part of the at the present time.
be “the catalyst to revive the tourism industry of ‘The Nation’s 25th Anniversary for Clean Ocean Action’s bi-annual Beach The new legislation is not a “use it or lose it” measure, and towns
Oldest Seashore Resort.’” Sweeps. The event takes place twice a year at over 115 beaches are free to make the change any time after Jan. 1 of next year, Weng
According to the plan, that means bringing more customers and waterways up the coast of New Jersey with volunteers said, which means they can spend time researching and considering
to town for local businesses, and providing a home venue for getting rid of unpleasant and potentially harmful waste. See the probable effects of a change.
community social and cultural events. page 11 for more photos. West Cape May also is eligible to make the change if it wants to
continued on Page 5 do so. Commission members have discussed the possibility in work
sessions, and determined last month to put further consideration off
TRICK OR TREAT TIMES
Local communities have set times for Halloween trick or at Cape May’s original haunted house, the Emlen Physick
Among reasons cited by proponents of the change is the cost sav-
ings offered by consolidation of elections.
Weng said discussions about costs are among the most interesting
treating this Sunday, Oct. 31. Estate, 1048 Washington St. Trick or Treat at the Physick
he has with towns considering a change.
Trick or treating throughout the city of Cape May will take Estate is from 5 to 7 p.m. and is free. Separate admission to
“I was surprised to ¿nd out how much it does cost,” he said. “Even
place on Sunday, Oct. 31 from 5 to 7 p.m. Trick or treating tour the Phantoms of the Physick Estate.
in a town with only several thousand residents, a May election can
along the Washington Street Mall will take place from 2 to Cape May Point and West Cape May are also holding their
run into ¿ve ¿gures.
5 p.m. trick or treat from 5 to 7 p.m. on Halloween.
“That’s probably the aspect that has municipalities most ex-
On All Hallows Eve, Sunday, Oct. 31, there are spooky Lower Township has scheduled trick or treat from 6 to
characters with treats for all the good little boys and ghouls 8 p.m.
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worker beneﬁt funds to pay state’s bills
By JORDAN WOMPIERSKI
Staff Writer The question reads:
When voters head to the polls on Nov. 2 to
make their voices heard on who should rep- “Shall the amendment to Article VIII,
resent them in their respective municipalities Section II of the State Constitution, agreed
and counties, they will also have their say to by the Legislature, which: prohibits col-
on a public ballot question. lection by the state of assessments based
After facing three public questions in solely on employee wages and salaries
2006, four in 2007, and a pair in 2008, for any purpose other than providing
voters will have only one public question employee bene¿ts; dedicates all employer
to focus their attention on this November, and employee contributions collected for
but deciphering that question might be a bit any employee bene¿t fund, and all returns
tricky for some as a result of the complex on investments of those contributions, to
wording used. the purpose of that fund; and prohibits any
Last year, New Jersey residents headed transferring, borrowing, appropriating or
to the polls and voted in favor of the fairly using of those contributions or returns for
straightforward “Green Acres, Water Supply any other purpose, be approved?”
and Floodplain Protection, and Farmland and
Selling new and gently used clothing,
Selling and gently used clothing, Historic Preservation Bond Act of 2009” The question’s
by a tally of 867,919 to 771,621. That act
house wares, baby items, appliances, jewelry and more…
housewares, baby items, appliances, jewelry and more… authorized $400 million in funding to the interpretive statement
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11 a.m.to 7 p.m. state’s Green Acres program.
This year’s referendum question deals
is as follows:
and Sundays 11 a.m. to 5 pm with “a constitutional amendment to dedi- “This proposed constitutional amend-
cate assessments on wages by the state to the ment prohibits the collection by the state
KATHLEEN WANTS YOU!
KATHLEEN WANTS YOU! payment of employee benefits.”
Even that short introductory phrase could
of assessments based on employee wages
and salaries for any purpose except pay-
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for leave a citizen scratching his or her head in ing employee bene¿ts (or making other
employee-authorized or federally required
Due to the popularity of the Shop we are looking the voting booth, let alone the full text of
the question or its equally wordy interpre- payments, in the case of the State’s own
Due to volunteers, of the Shop we are looking for
thrift shop the popularity who are dedicated, friendly and tive statement. employees), dedicates all contributions
want volunteers, the FoodBank’s friendly and
thrift shopto support who are dedicated,mission. made to the unemployment compensation
Luckily, the League of Women Voters of
want to support the FoodBank’s mission. fund, the state disability bene¿ts fund, or
New Jersey strives to help voters see elec-
Call Eric Martin, volunteer coordinator at tion issues more clearly so they can make any other employee bene¿t fund, and all re-
Call Eric Martin, Volunteer Coordinator at the right choices, according to Jesse Burns, turns on investments of those contributions,
609-383-8843 director of communications for the LWVNJ.
Burns said the league has written an analysis
to the purpose of that fund, and prohibits
the use of those contributions or returns for
Kathleen’s Closet will soon be open on Sundays. for voters, available online at http://lwvnj. any other purpose. The requirements of this
We are in particular need of volunteers who can work
We are in particular need of volunteers who can work org/ballot_2010_q.shtml, thanks to a com- proposed amendment do not apply to the
evenings and weekends.
evenings and weekends. mittee of LWVNJ members. gross income tax, which is exclusively dedi-
Anne Ruach Nicolas, executive director cated by the Constitution to the purpose of
of the LWVNJ, said it is important that New reducing or offsetting local property taxes,”
Jersey residents fully understand what they the interpretive statement reads.
are voting for. She said the LWVNJ has
received many phone calls asking for more
information so voters can figure out which fund and the remainder of the money was
way they want to cast their ballot. transferred to the state’s general fund.
“To help voters understand the technical Soon those types of actions could be
language of the ballot question and make restricted.
an informed decision, the league analyzed “The ballot question boils down to usage and
it and explained it in an easy-to-understand availability of funds,” Ruach explained. “Should
format, with reasons one might vote yes and these funds from workers, and the resulting
reasons one might vote no,” Ruach said. interest, be used only for the purpose for which
“The essence of the ballot question is what they are collected, or should the Legislature and
you believe should be done with the money executive branch have access to these funds to
paid by a worker and her or his employer meet the state’s future ¿nancial needs?”
into the state’s disability, unemployment, If approved, the constitutional amendment
and similar worker benefit funds.” up for vote would ensure all contributions to
The amendment would prevent the state those wage-based employee benefit funds,
from dipping into those various funds to use and any returns earned through the invest-
the money for other purposes, something that ment of them, can only be used for the des-
past governors have approved 22 times from ignated purposes of those funds.
1992 to 2007. New Jersey income tax is not included
According to the LWVNJ, the New Jersey under this amendment as that is already
Legislature diverted $5.4 billion from those dedicated to off-setting property taxes. In
funds, mostly to the Health Care Subsidy addition, the amendment does not apply to
Fund, over that timeframe. Of that $5.4 taxes collected by the state on behalf of the
billion, $4.7 billion went to the health care United States.
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A view of the entrance to the proposed Convention Hall building. The building could be
completed by Memorial Day 2012, according to a timeline set by a project team created by
Cape May City Council.
Experts say Convention Center’s projected operating loss is normal HOMEMADE FOOD:
continued from Page 1 an additional $208,320. Operating expenses
are estimated at $130,000, with an additional
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Professor Kent knows quite a bit about bring-
ing crowds together, Cape May Mayor Edward
$75,000 going to maintenance and $50,000
devoted to marketing.
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Mahaney said in an interview this week. Mahaney said this week that four of the em-
With specialties in sports events and event
management, Kent has set up business plans for
ployees already work full-time for the city and
initially only one additional employee will be
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numerous new endeavors and has consulted for
organizations like the Eagles and the Phillies,
added, at a salary of $54,000, in marketing.
Total expenses for staf¿ng are projected at
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Mahaney said. Next week, he said, Kent will
be giving a keynote address to the International
$729,120, and total expenses for operations are
projected at $255,000, bringing total overall Plus a new selection of Wraps
Olympic Committee in Switzerland.
Mahaney explained that under a Cape May-
expenditures to $984,120 a year.
On the revenue side, total annual intake is Grilled Veggie Dishes
projected at only $872,608.
Temple partnership agreement, Temple will pro-
vide several items relating to the new convention That includes hall rentals for conventions, Homemade Chicken & Tuna Salads
hall – a business plan, a management plan, job shows, and other meetings and presentations
analyses and descriptions, and the training of all ($241,040); rental of two 944-square-foot retail Meatloaf • Quesadillas
convention hall and tourism employees – as well spaces (for a total of $150,000); ATM rentals
as a long-range plan regarding tourism. The city ($3,650); traditional hall-based recreational ac-
tivities, such as ¿tness and dance classes, skating
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is paying $53,000 over a two-year span for those
services, Mahaney said. and day camps ($255,435); and non-hall recre-
Last week’s business plan was the ¿rst de-
ation programs, such as softball, dance events at
the Franklin Street School, and the Halloween
Setting forth budget projections last week,
Kent noted that the expenses were treated liber-
That leaves an annual de¿cit of $111,512. Stop in or call to be added to our fax list
ally while he was conservative on the revenue
Siciliano noted that typically some form of
de¿ciency agreement is executed, determining and get them every morning
Mahaney said this week that this approach what entity will pay the de¿cit. There’s no one
was purposefully taken to avoid surprises for
taxpayers in future years.
“Expenses were purposely overstated and
answer, he said; it could be the city, the county,
or the state, or some combination of those.
Another generally accepted practice is to
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revenues purposely undervalued because the last
thing we wanted was to have the public informed
provide a revenue stream via a room tax or, as
with the Wildwood Convention Center, a tour-
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of certain results and then learn something dif-
ferent,” Mahaney said.
ism tax, he said.
Mahaney said this week it’s possible that
Revenue projections are even smaller than Convention Hall ultimately will be held under a
originally planned, Mahaney said, due to the tourism utility, which would remain under City
downsizing done to building plans. Contractors Council control but bene¿t taxpayers by sharing
could not build a larger Convention Hall for the the economic burden.
$10.5 million bond ordinance approved by voters “The cost of tourism should not fall totally on
in a November 2008 referendum. our taxpayers,” Mahaney said. “Another bene¿t
“When the building was downsized, we lost of a separate utility is that it helps establish cost
12,000 square feet,” Mahaney said. “Most of breakdowns and when someone comes in to
that was revenue-producing space, like breakout participate in an event or rental we can give them
space for conferences, or education courses for a speci¿c cost.”
professionals. There will be three levels of pricing for the
“And we also lost the second story restaurant, Convention Hall, Mahaney said, including city-
which was a major revenue producer for us.” run events, reduced rates for nonpro¿ts, and a
According to the Temple business plan, the commercial retail rate.
downsized Convention Hall expenses will fall Now that the business plan is complete, he
into two main categories: staf¿ng and opera- said, Kent and the Temple team will turn to
tions. management and marketing plans.
Six full-time salaries are projected to cost a Carole Mattessich can be e-mailed at ga- CALL AHEAD OR JUST STOP
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continued from Page 1 Wildwood, the only other municipality with a
ballot question this November, is asking voters
Others have expressed concern that a move to whether they want to change the form of that city’s
the November elections might unduly politicize governing body from a three-member commission
elections that are supposed to be non-partisan. to a city manager and council with ¿ve members.
On the Cape May ballot, voters will be Some students of government believe the bal-
asked to opt “yes” or “no” to the follow- lot question to be an effective way to ensure that
ing question: “Should the Cape May City the American system be utilized to the fullest.
Council adopt an Ordinance Changing That includes Cape May County Clerk Rita
Regular Municipal Elections to day of Fulginiti.
General Elections, the Tuesday after first “A local public question put to the voters on
Monday of November, commencing with the ballot gets citizens participating in the deci-
the Regular Municipal Election scheduled sions which affect their community,” she said
for May 8, 2012?” Tuesday. “It’s democracy at work.”
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Nature hold its Trick or Treat night on
Sunday Evening, Oct. 31 from
for Community Arts, will take
place at the Lower Cape Branch
downtown Cape May. Tick-
ets are $20. Call 884-1341
hunters hunt or how psychic
mediums conjure? Learn all full service
Center 5 to 7 p.m. Library located at 2600 Bayshore
Rd., Villas. “Art at the Library”
for reservations and infor-
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about paranormal investiga-
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Spring Village’s ‘Paranormal
Pursuits’ event, to be held
• Custom Designs
Hijinks art classes Dec. 1. Activities combine litera-
ture and art. Children read a book
ond Stage Series is presented
through the gracious support
the evening of Saturday, Nov.
13. The event will be held
• Vintage/Estate Fine Jewelry
• Watch Repairs
Celebrate Halloween at the Na-
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Halloween” for the kids.
“Creepy Crawly Halloween”
their caretakers to enjoy “Art at
card are required to attend. Call
886-8999 or register online at classes diums to interact with guests
in a selection of the Village’s always available -
call any time
the Library.” The program, spon-
will take place Saturday, Oct. 30
from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ac-
sored by Cape May Center for
at First continued on Page 14
Community Arts, will take place
MAC October - Breast Cancer
cording to Senior Naturalist Kim at the Cape May City Library
Hannum, “We’ll be going on a located at Ocean and Hughes
celebrates Awareness Month
Halloween hike around the na- Streets in Cape May at 3:30 p.m. This November a baking
ture center grounds to search for on Thursdays, Nov. 4 and 18 class series will be offered to the
creepy crawly insects like spiders
and worms. After our hike, we’ll
and Dec. 2. Activities combine
literature and art. Children read
40 years community, and will be held at
the First Presbyterian Church,
PANDORA’s October gift with purchase in support of Breast Cancer
month. During the month of October
head into the classroom to meet a book and create a work of art corner of Hughes and Decatur you will receive a ceramic cupcake
“Scales,” our resident reptile, On Sunday, Nov. 7 at 3:30
using a variety of media and p.m., the Mid-Atlantic Cen- Streets, in the newly renovated jewellery box with any $150.00
and learn about creatures of the styles. Parental participation is kitchen. The four-class series
ter for the Arts & Humanities PANDORA purchase
night like bats and owls.” The welcomed. Registration and a will be taught by Heijung Cola- (while quantities last).
highlight of the event, according (MAC) will be celebrating its
valid library card are required to 40th Anniversary and hosting meco, a professional pastry chef Also, introduced this month is
to Hannum: “We’ll even dissect attend. Call 884-9568 or register trained at the Culinary Institute
its annual meeting at the Baptist a limited edition PINK leather
an owl pellet and reconstruct the online at www.cmclibrary.org. of America, who is also a lo-
Church Hall (second floor), bracelet and dangle breast
skeleton of the owl’s last meal!” cal real estate broker associate cancer bead.
The fee for “Creepy Crawly Hal- Columbia Avenue and Gurney
at By the Sea Realty. The tax
loween” is $10, reduced to $8 for
New Jersey Audubon members.
‘German Street. The winner of the Cape
May Getaway rafÀe will be cho- deductible tuition donation of Your Local Headquarters for PANDORA
POWs in US, sen, MAC’s Honor Award will $100 includes all four classes,
This program will ¿ll quickly.
be given to Diane Hutchinson, all materials and opportunities
To save your child’s spot, call
the nature center at 898-8848. 1943-46’ visits Scarecrow Alley awards will be
presented, and a special presen-
for tasting delicious desserts.
Class sessions are Tues., Nov.
Halloween costumes are encour-
Court House 9, Wed., Nov. 10, Tues., Nov.
aged! The nature center will also tation entitled, “It’s A Wonderful
MAC” will be performed at the 16, and Wed., Nov. 17, from 10
host a free open house on Friday a.m. through 1:30 p.m. Space is
and Saturday, Oct. 29-30, from meeting. The 40th Anniversary
Celebration/Annual Meeting limited. Call Carole Giampalmi
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day, for at 884-6224 for registration or
TRACES Center for His- is free and open to the public.
New Jersey Audubon’s Autumn additional information.
Weekend. tory and Culture will bring Light refreshments from the
a traveling exhibit on “Ger- Carriage House Tearoom &
man POWs in US, 1943-46”
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Café will be served. Garden club
Cape May County Library meets Expert Jewelry Repair done on premises.
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Democrats have controlled Ratify New START treaty now
LOWER TOWNSHIP GAZETTE / Friday, October 29, 2010
federal budget since 2008 The Left’s Turn
tor Russia’s nuclear weapons.
On Sept. 16, the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee voted 14-4 to send the treaty to
the full Senate for ratification. Yes, even
By HARRY HURLEY Democratic leaders not only refused to take nec- By NORM COHEN some “Just Say No” Republicans voted to
Political Columnist essary corrective action, they criticized President Political Columnist ratify the treaty.
Bush for his comments about this subject. Lt. Gen. Dirk Jameson served as deputy
With the midterm election just days away, it It is important to remember that our national START, the Strategic Arms Reduction commander in chief and chief of staff of U.S.
seems the perfect time to do a fair and balanced budgets originate in the House of Representa- Treaty, was a treaty between the United Strategic Command before retiring from the
examination of exactly where we are now and tives. The Democrats have controlled all our States and the Soviet Union that aimed U.S. Air Force in 1996. He put it this way:
how we got here. budgets from 2008, 2009, 2010 and the upcom- to reduce and limit offensive “As the commander of the U.S.
We keep hearing Barack Obama and the na- ing 2011 budget. nuclear weapons. Signed on July 20th Air Force, it was my job
tional Democrats complain that they inherited all Still further, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi 31, 1991, the treaty stopped the to make sure that our ICBMs
of the problems with our economy from the bypassed President Bush altogether in 2009, deployment of more than 6,000 launched in the event of a nuclear
President George W. Bush years. passing ﬁnancial continuing resolutions to fund nuclear warheads carried by war. Being at the sharp end of the
They say it all the time, and the the government until Obama could take 1,600 intercontinental ballistic nuclear spear made me a strong
national media not only doesn’t chal- ofﬁce. missiles and bombers. believer in President Reagan’s
lenge this falsehood, they support it Do you remember the massive spend- START was the largest and admonition that we should ‘trust,
hook, line and stinker. Let’s take an ing bill that the Democrats passed? Where most complex arms control but verify’.”
objective look at the numbers to see was Obama when this gigantic omnibus treaty in history, and by the time Unfortunately, if the Senate
if their math adds up. pork-laden spending measure was voted it was fully in force in 2001, fails to ratify the New START,
First, Obama and the national on?Yep, you guessed it, Obama was right about 80 percent of all strategic we will be reducing that to sim-
Democrats only point to January there in the U.S. Senate and voted for all nuclear weapons then in exis- ply ‘trust.’ By Dec. 5 an entire year will
2009 as their ofﬁcial starting point. of this wild spending. He then signed this tence were removed from service. It was not have passed since the U.S. lost the ability
This is misleading at best. It’s actually a false bill into law when he became president. some left-wing weak-on-defense president to conduct on-site inspections, monitoring
statement. In fairness, the Democrats did inherit a deﬁcit who pushed for the START. Nope, it was and verification of Russia’s nuclear arsenal.
The Democrats took back the majority in both in ﬁscal year 2007. This deﬁcit was the lowest in that classic conservative and anti-commu- Every day that we delay is another day we
Houses of Congress in January 2007. These are ﬁve years and it featured the fourth straight year nist fighter, President Ronald Reagan, who aren’t on the ground keeping tabs on Rus-
two years (2007-2009) that they consistently dis- that the deﬁcit spending actually declined. conceived of this treaty to make the world sian nuclear weapons and facilities (www.
avow ownership of. You’ll see why just a little bit The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the safer by eliminating thousands of nuclear thehill.com).
later in this column. truth is that Obama is complaining on a daily weapons. Unfortunately, Sen. Jim DeMint and other
The members of the new majority were the basis about a deﬁcit that he directly voted for The START I expired last December. far-right-wing Republicans are opposing
ones who installed the likes of Barney Frank as and helped to create and has since increased the Last April the New START was signed in the treaty on the grounds that once again
chairman of the House Financial Services Com- debt by four times in less than two years. Prague by U.S. President Obama and Rus- President Obama is making us weak. The
mittee and Chris Dodd as chairman of the Senate Almost on a daily basis we hear about sian President Medvedev. It will enter into fact that we will still have enough nuclear
Banking Committee. companies coming forward to report that they force after its ratification by the parliaments warheads to turn most of Russia (now sup-
When the Democrats took control of Con- will not be able to afford to provide medical of both countries. posedly our friend) into a nuclear ash heap
gress, the Dow Jones industrial average was at health beneﬁts for their employees because of During the last six months of hearings doesn’t seem to matter.
12,621. The gross domestic product for the ObamaCare. and briefings, Secretary of Defense Gates, The treaty will be brought up for rati-
previous quarter was up 3.5 percent. The unem- Banks are announcing regressive new fees and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs, the head fication in the lame-duck Senate session
ployment rate was at 4.6 percent. charges like no more free checking accounts. of the Missile Defense Agency and former following the November elections. Will the
Further, President Bush had successfully led This is directly because of Obama’s ﬁnancial officials Republican and Democrat all gave Republicans make the United States, and the
52 consecutive months of actual job creation. services overhaul. our senators the same message: the New whole world, less safe by blocking the New
These are the facts. Facts are stubborn When Obama was recently questioned about START treaty makes us safer and should be START, or will they put politics aside and
things. why the American people are so angry, he ratified by the Senate. do what is best for our country?
Now, the statistically insignificant growth responded that we don’t understand the steps Speakers included secretaries of defense The Coalition for Peace and Justice was
we do see these days is generated by phony they’ve taken. That he hasn’t done a good enough Schlesinger and Perry, former secretaries founded in 1982 as a Nuclear Weapons
stimulus; we have an unemployment rate of 10 job explaining his actions. of state Baker and Kissinger, and former Freeze Campaign chapter. The reduction
percent and a quadrupling of our national debt The fact is, we do understand what they’ve national security advisors Lt. Gen. Brent and eventual elimination of nuclear weapons
in just the past 20 months. done and simply don’t like the radical changes. Scowcroft and Stephen Hadley. Thirty for- has always been a core issue for us. Please
Others will say that Obama has only been in We have all been taught that to ﬁx a problem mer national security officials from both contact our two senators, Lautenberg and
ofﬁce less than two years. However, Obama was you must ﬁrst admit that you have a problem. political parties, including Colin Powell, Menendez, to make sure they stay firm in
in the U.S. Senate and voted for all the crazy Maybe following the results of the Nov. 2 Frank Carlucci, Madeleine Albright, Chuck their support of the New START.
spending that the Democrats pursued when they general election, they will ﬁnally step up and Hagel and John Danforth, recently pub- A note to teachers: The Coalition will
took over the majority in 2007. admit that they have a “problem.” lished an open letter in support of the treaty. once again have a booth at the annual New
Obama now blames the decisions he made as Let’s hope so. Seven former commanders of U.S. Strategic Jersey Education Association Convention.
a senator as the cause of the present economic Command wrote to senators calling for the Our booth is number 2905. Please stop by
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Voters would be wise to heed JethroÊs advice Liberty and
By SETH GROSSMAN truth and hate dishonest gain is as im- Drew hosts a “family barbecue” at quences of ignoring them. A person or big groups of government employ-
Political Columnist portant to Americans today as it was his house in Dennis Township in who fears God does the right thing ees or others who felt “entitled” to
to the Hebrews of 4,000 years ago. Cape May County. This American even when nobody is looking and money taken by the government from
“Choose from among all the peo- But how can we learn which can- political tradition began in the days there is no chance of getting caught. someone else.
ple those who are capable, those who didates have these qualities? They of Ben Franklin and George Wash- Public ofﬁcials should “speak the This year, the tea party movement
fear God, those who speak the truth, are rarely reported or discussed in ington when candidates for colonial truth.” This quality seems obvious, created a few exceptions. But real
and those who hate dishonest gain.” the newspapers or on TV. assemblies wanted to prove but it is missing from politics in change will not happen until thou-
– Exodus 18:21 They are rarely discussed they were “capable.” America today. We destroy candi- sands of ordinary citizens realize it
by the candidates or in the The free barbecues brought dates when they tell the truth and is just as important to give $100 or
According to the Bible, Jethro gave expensive campaign ads. voters to their farms, homes support them when they lie. Every $200 each year to the campaigns of
this advice to his son-in-law Moses Even worse, many intel- or workshops. If the build- year, politicians promise to cut taxes candidates Jethro would support as it
in the desert right after Moses led the ligent and well-informed ings and fences were in while opposing any cuts to programs is to give to their church, synagogue
people of Israel out of slavery. voters who inﬂuence oth- good repair, the horses and for public safety, education, seniors, or favorite charities.
As slaves, the people of Israel were ers deliberately support other animals well-fed and recreation, green energy, etc. A can- Otherwise, a few candidates who
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Freeholder race focuses on jobs, economy
LOWER TOWNSHIP GAZETTE / Friday, October 29, 2010
Alternative energy also supported at Monday event
By CAROLE MATTESSICH
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE
– All four candidates for the two free-
holder seats open in the Nov. 2 general
election – Republicans Gerald Thornton,
an incumbent, and Susan Sheppard, and
Democrats Bob Jackson and Patrick
Morley – appeared at the old historic
courthouse Monday night for a debate
sponsored by the League of Women
Cape May County Clerk Rita Fulginiti,
who is running unopposed, made open-
“I love and cherish this job,” Fulginiti
told the crowd, reviewing the diverse
functions her of¿ce performs – oversee-
ing elections, performing marriages, issu-
ing passports, managing county records,
and archiving documents dating back to
1695, to name a few.
Ed Gracely, a Camden county resi-
dent who is secretary of the League’s
state-wide board, then posed questions
to freeholder candidates.
Half the questions directly addressed
¿nances and taxes, with Gracely initially
noting that elections at every level “are
Cape May County Freeholder candidates, from left, Republicans Gerald Thornton, an incumbent, and Susan Sheppard and Democrats Patrick
about the budget” this year.
Morley and Bob Jackson faced off on issues on Monday, but economic matters dominated.
Jackson assailed office waste and
perks given to part-time employees as one
cause of budget woes, noting that at the “I can’t stand that young people have shared services, as it contains much – in Sheppard’s words, “one way or the with Thornton since the spring, she said,
beginning of his term as mayor of West to move away from here, move away to “duplication.” other.” it was clear that economic problems are
Cape May some years ago, he chopped cities, and not be able to stay here and Green energy was another topic with “I don’t want to be known as hav- foremost on residents’ minds.
his own budget immediately. work, and earn a year-round living doing uni¿ed responses, with all candidates ing lived in a county where an August Morley said he got involved, in part,
Asserting that the county tax rate is something productive,” he said. indicating they would explore alternate hurricane led to deaths because people because he grew “got tired of looking at
the lowest in the state, Thornton said it Thornton thank Morley for talking energy sources. couldn’t leave,” Morley said. ballots with blank spaces for Democrats.”
stayed that way over the dif¿cult past about the airport, which he said he and All candidates also praised the resourc- Regarding the county’s library system, Both parties are needed, he said “to help
two years by reducing the number of Sheppard have long embraced. Various es devoted to special needs education in Jackson suggested that the amount al- the county make sure it does the right
employees and holding down raises. All ideas must be explored, he said, from the county. located for Stone Harbor’s new library thing.” That includes holding down
displaced employees either took other wind power projects, to using the airport Asked how the threat of salt water was disproportionate to the number of tax increases and minimizing perks, he
county positions or jobs in the private as more of a support area for the ¿shing intrusion should be handled, Jackson said users there, while Lower Township’s said.
sector, he noted. industry. it’s a “big threat” requiring a “holistic,” highly used new branch was forced to Thornton, who has served a total
The county also is engaging in shared Noting that talks already are taking county-wide solution. The county must “cut corners in order to reconstruct. of more than 25 years as a freeholder,
services, and routinely performs ef¿- place with the DRBA and the state, take the lead, he urged, and move facili- “The money would buy everyone in stressed his experience. As the freeholder
ciency studies, Thornton said. Thornton agreed that jobs must be created ties to the center of the county. town a new laptop,” he said of the Stone overseeing Health and Human Services,
Jackson suggested that Thornton’s in order to stop “losing young families.” Thornton responded that the county Harbor expenses. he said, “everything that I do has an
explanation was “flim-flam,” assert- All candidates said they would explore “has been on top of this issue since Thornton responded that the county’s impact on people.”
ing that over the years the tax rate has shared services if elected, with Sheppard 1978,” creating and upgrading a water library system, “one of the best any- Jackson stressed that he is a reform
risen and the number of employees has noting the success of shared services management plan. The county’s pres- where,” must be viewed as an entire candidate who will treat himself “as equal
increased. such as the Ocean City library building ervation of some 2,500 acres of open system, and Stone Harbor is as entitled to to the people we serve” as he pushes for
Morley said creating year-round jobs – which also contains a senior center and space has helped address the problem, a library as any other community. transparency and ¿ghts rising taxes.
is a central issue, suggesting that the cultural center – during her tenure on the he said. In their opening and closing state- Complimenting the candidates for
county should “take back the industrial Ocean City Council. Regarding the county’s infrastructure, ments, candidates gave snapshot views their participation, moderator Gracely
portion of the airport” to foster economic Sheppard and Thornton proposed candidates Sheppard and Morley both of how they would like voters to view also had some advice for the crowd: “If
development. a convention of municipal and county agreed that county-owned bridges are them. citizens don’t demand good government,
After years under county operation, the leaders where shared services would be in disrepair, and that the tolls should be After introducing her family, Shep- they won’t get it.”
Cape May Airport in Lower Township explored in detail, and Morley charged monitored more closely and devoted pard said she is running because she Carole Mattessich can be e-mailed at
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Clean up is no day at the beach
LOWER TOWNSHIP GAZETTE / Friday, October 29, 2010
Photos by Jen Arthur
Seaman recruits Jesse Bertwell, of Rhode Island, and Josh Giana Raymond, Olivia Simons, and Jayme Wexler, all 16 and juniors at Lower Cape May Regional High School, ¿nd
Morgan, of Clio, Mich., ¿ll up a plastic bag with trash. empty bottles blown up against the dune fence.
United States Coast Guard training recruits participate in
the beach sweeps and help clean up the shore of Cape May
Harbor. Seaman recruit Joshua Lemas, of Seattle, Wash.,
¿nds debris in the phragmites.
Luis Limon, 16, and a junior at Lower Cape May Regional
High School, goes through a checklist before heading down
Seaman Recruit Janice Bowman, of Cape May, carries to Congress Hall Saturday to help clean the beach Saturday Seaman recruit Carl Anderson, of Morgan City, La., goes
debris up the ramp to add it to the pile building on the side as part of the 25th Anniversary for Clean Ocean Action’s deep into the phragmites and ¿nds plastic cups and pieces
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Artists’ co-op displays local work, joins monthly gallery tour – and even wins prizes
CAPE MAY – The Artists’ Cooperative Gal- felting at the John C. Campbell School of Folk Arts something natural and making it into something “I don’t think birds are cute or even pretty – they
lery is a group of 28 local artists who joined in North Carolina. A very labor intensive process, useful or decorative.” are wild creatures surviving, and even thriving, in
together to showcase and sell their work, and to wet-felting assures that each work will be unique. Sekella started in gourd art six years ago, after a an unforgiving environment. Even more surprising,
educate the public about their various art forms. Hoepp fashions the fabrics she creates into one- trip to Ashville and Cherokee, N.C. they often accompany that with grace.”
Working out of the West End Garage, at 484 West of-a-kind hats, scarves and accessories. “I was drawn to their natural beauty, texture and The Nov. 14 Second Sunday Gallery Walk will
Perry St. in Cape May, the Co-op features several On “Second Sunday Gallery Walks,” co-op shapes,” she said. Sekella trained with a craftswoman take place between 1 and 5 p.m.
of its artists at that facility, and also participates in members participate with the Gail Pierson Gallery, in Cumberland County who taught her to weave with As one more example of the versatility of the
the “Second Sunday Gallery Walks” program Spash, the Soma Gallery, Spirit Catcher Gallery and natural materials and ¿bers atop gourds. Artists’ Co-op, three Co-op members recently
that encourages residents and visitors to spend the the Mad Batter Restaurant to welcome visitors to Lentz and Sekella now own and run Goshen brought home ribbons from the Philadelphia Shell
second Sunday of each month visiting Cape May their galleries for a view of local art. Gourds. Show and Festival held at the Academy of Natural
art galleries. On Nov. 14, participants can start the gallery walk Scott Whittle is a professional photographer and Sciences.
This month’s featured artists at the West End Ga- at the West End Garage, where featured artists will artist who recently relocated to Cape May after Photographer Anita Roth, a resident of Cold
rage included Barbara Hoepp, an artist who works be gourd artists Anne Lentz and Lori Sekella, and 15 years in New York City. His twin passions of Spring, took ¿rst place honors for her photographs
with fabrics. photographer Scott Whittle. photography and birds can be amply pursued here, of chambered nautilus.
Hoepp, a West Cape May resident, began working Lentz, who lives in the Villas section of Lower he said. Potter Laura McPherson, a West Cape May native,
full-time as an artist after concluding a career as a Township in a small cottage built in 1935, began “I’ve found that photography has been a wonder- took two second place awards for her jewelry.
social worker. working with gourds in 2003, when a friend brought ful way to get closer to birds, and to better understand Bead artist Diana Cutshall took third place for her
She “grew up with a needle in her hand,” sewing some home from a trip. them,” he said. “The photo often can reveal details Orange Cup Coral bead sculpture.
in 4-H programs, embroidering and needlepointing, “The medium chose me,” she said. “I was very that the human eye can’t catch, and behaviors The Artists’ Cooperative Gallery is open daily
and making her own clothing. fascinated with the shape. I like it more than an can be frozen to reveal intricate and lightning-fast from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For further information,
Last year, she embarked on a journey to learn wet- other medium because of the possibilities of taking mechanics. call 770-8261.
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By JACOB SCHAAD JR. made into a movie with cameo appearances by E. Sherwood’s 1940 wartime drama, “There Glenn McBrearly. Veterans and present military
Correspondent celebrities. Shall Be No Night.” personnel are invited to wear their uniforms.
CAPE MAY – American military heroes Well known local residents will appear here Music from the various eras, including that of Carroll, who retired in Cape May from the
dating back to the Revolutionary War will be in cameo roles, supporting professional actors. Irving Berlin, will be presented by pianist Chris Coast Guard and its Reserve as a captain, will
honored here in a unique dramatic and musical Among them will be West Cape May Mayor Pam Sooy, guitarist Lew London and songstress Shel- be among those wearing their uniforms of the
Veterans Day dinner program presented by the Kaithern, making her acting debut. In keeping ley McPherson. old days.
East Lynne Theater Company at Aleathea’s with East Lynne’s mission to offer early Ameri- “We decided to do this type of program on “I ¿t in it just ¿ne,” he commented after
Restaurant of The Inn of Cape May on Thurs- can plays, included in the dramatic offerings will Veterans Day to celebrate the American spirit of trying it on.
day night, November 11. be a scene from the ¿rst American play to be the veterans and war heroes,” said actress Karen The dinner and entertainment will be a
The production, called “Stage Door Can- presented in public. Written by Royall Tyler, the Case Cook, who is co-chairperson of the enter- bene¿t for the East Lynne Theater Company
teen,” is patterned after the World War II can- comedy, “The Contrast;” was ¿rst produced in tainment committee with actor Mark Lang. which is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Ad-
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Lee O’Connor, Fred Velde, and Gayle Stahlhuth, half of the cast of East Lynne
Theater Company’s radio-style production of “Sherlock Holmes Adventure of the Blue All tickets $25
Carbuncle” playing in Cape May on Nov. 5-6 before going on the road. each, thanks to
Watch Sherlock Holmes on the radio
The East Lynne Theater Company will pres- “Sex.” Portraying several roles apiece are Drew
ent “Sherlock Holmes’ Adventure of the Blue Seltzer, Daisy Ouzts, and Gayle Stahlhuth. Drew
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6 at 8 p.m. “As You Like It” at Princeton Repertory Theater,
Step back in time when the award-winning “Ah, Wilderness!” at Hedgerow Repertory Theatre,
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as it presents Sherlock Holmes in the style of a is a founding member of The Common Tongue, a
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Coward’s “Shadowplay.” Gayle, ELTC’s artistic
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of The Gold Reel for Radio Drama Award, adapted directs. Rob LeMaire, who appeared in in several
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Lee O’Connor is once more portraying Holmes, “The Ransom of Red Chief,” with his son Bobby,
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WITH MARJORIE PRESTON
Giving the devil his due
Nature groups have found an unlikely
ambassador in the Jersey Devil Early detection saves lives.
In his famous 1978 memoir “The Tracker,”
author and explorer Tom Brown recounted
what he claimed was a close encounter with
the legendary Jersey Devil. During the month of October, in recognition of Breast
Brown said he met the malevolent be-
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one pair of footprints—his own.
The exploits of Tom Brown have been dis-
puted over the years, and this terrifying story
may be more fiction than fact. But the Jersey
Devil—like Nessie and Sasquatch—is one
legend that will never die.
Why? Because people love “ghoulies Some accounts say the Jersey Devil has the
and ghosties and things that go bump in head of a horse and the body of a dragon.
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nature conservation. The Pinelands Pres- Meet the Jersey Devil in person Sat-
ervation Alliance holds occasional Jersey urday, Nov. 6 from 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Devil Walks, with a campfire, music, and a at Albert Hall in Waretown. The “Leg-
moonlit walk in the Wharton State Forest. end of the Jersey Devil Show” will fea-
The Devil Hunters, a research group based ture bluegrass, country and traditional
in Burlington, also conducts regular excur- music. The Jersey Devil will make a guest
sions, and is funded in part by sales of appearance.
“Devil X-ing” T-shirts. Tickets are $5 for adults, and $1 for
And this Saturday, Oct. 30, devil hunt- children under 11. The program is
ers can enjoy a daytime trek courtesy of Chris sponsored by the Pinelands Cultural
Jage of the New Jersey Conservation Foun- Society. For more information, visit
dation. The second annual, eight-mile Jersey www.alberthall.org.
Devil Walk starts at 9:30 a.m. and will go to
approximately 2:30 p.m. It will include parts of
Forsythe Wildlife Area and Brimstone Hill near draw fans of the natural and supernatu-
Smithville. ral alike.
The course traverses several natural ar- According to folklore, the Jersey Devil was
eas near the onetime Leeds homestead, the misbegotten offspring of one Mother
land that has been variously preserved by Leeds, who lived in the Pine Barrens during
the state, the county, non-profit groups the 17th century. She was so dismayed by
and the host communities. There is some the baby’s birth—it was supposedly her 13th
talk, Jage said, of designating the winding pregnancy—that she declared, “I’m tired of
path as the official Jersey Devil Trail. children! Let the devil take this one!”
“In our work of open space preserva- At that moment, legend has it, what had
tion, this is an example of all these collec- been born a human child instantly morphed
tive groups creating this necklace of pre- into a cloven-hoofed, sulfur-spouting,
served land that surrounds Smithville,” leather-skinned, dragon-winged beast that
Jage said. If all the conservators agree, ate the other Leeds children, then flew out
the path could be “marked, mapped and the chimney to go live in the bogs.
publicized” as a single trail named for the The essential tale, which is chilling
Jersey Devil. As such, it would possibly enough, has many variations. In one ver-
sion, Mother Leeds and her child were the
“The huge hairy monster, who victims of a family curse. In another, she
was a witch in league with Satan. Over the
lived uncatchable in the swamps past two centuries, the story has only im-
and came out periodically to rob proved with the telling.
graves and kill people who Alleged Devil encounters, like Tom
Brown’s, have been reported from Gallo-
blundered onto him, frightened way—the Devil’s supposed birthplace—
me more than anything else.” to Mays Landing, Chatsworth, Little Egg
Harbor, and even Camden. Sightings have
Tom Brown also been reported in Haddonfield, Long
Branch, Brigantine, and Philadelphia (this
Devil gets around).
Drink a toast Jage appreciates the public interest in
the Jersey Devil, which preservation
to the Jersey Devil groups have used to their advantage.
To make Jersey Devil cocktails, mix a Asked about the validity of Tom Brown’s
gallon of cranberry juice in a punchbowl account, he simply laughed and said, “It’s
with two quarts of apple cider or apple a great story.”
juice. Blend in a quart of applejack or For more information about Saturday’s
apple brandy, then slice in some tart Jersey Devil Walk and future events, visit
apples for garnish. Omit the brandy for www.njconservation.com. For more informa-
a tasty non-alcoholic drink. tion about the Pinelands Preservation Alli-
ance, visit www.pinelandsalliance.org.
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Who’s wearing what on Halloween?
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Phillies fan charged a cutting instrument. One sudden death incident was rules an
accidental drowning while the remaining 10 death investigations
site. Council members agreed that those should be addressed
before the land is transferred.
with shrimp theft were ruled non-suspicious in nature.
The detective and patrol divisions conducted numerous drug
Mail-in ballots available
LOWER TOWNSHIP – On Saturday, Oct. 16, at approxi- and narcotic investigations, resulting in the arrests of 22 subjects
mately 2:30 p.m., Lower Township police received a 9-1-1 for possession of narcotics.
call from the Acme Market located on Bayshore Road in the
township’s North Cape May section.
Of¿cers completed 500 investigations reports and conducted
4,291 residential property checks throughout the township. through Nov. 1
The store manager reported a shoplifting incident involving CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE– The County Clerk’s of¿ce,
approximately $25 worth of shrimp and $10 worth of roast located at 7 N. Main St. (Route 9) here, will be open Saturday,
The manager described the alleged shoplifter as a white male,
Police investigating Oct. 20, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Until Nov. 1 at 3 p.m., voters may apply in person for a Mail-
approximately 50 years old, six foot two inches tall, balding In Ballot or authorize a messenger to apply in person with the
with a mustache, and wearing a red Phillies hat and a red Phil- voter’s completed application at the County Clerk’s Of¿ce. A
lies tee shirt. CAPE MAY – Cape May police are investigating three resi- messenger must have photo identi¿cation and may not be a
The suspect Àed the area in a motor vehicle bearing a Phillies dential burglaries in Cape May Point. candidate in this election.
bumper sticker. Investigation began Thursday, Oct. 21, at 10 a.m. after a The of¿ce already sent sample ballots for the Nov. 2 General
Additional investigation led to the arrest of Joseph S. Myers, Lincoln Avenue resident observed and reported a burglary in Election to all active voters in the county. Each sample ballot
51, of Blackwood. the 200 block of Harvard Avenue. contains the of¿ces, candidates and public questions to be voted
Myers and his vehicle were located at the Lake Laurie When of¿cers and detectives responded to the area, they on at the General Election as well as important voter information
Campground. Arrested by Patrolman Robert Fessler, Myers located two additional unoccupied residences that had been including the location of the polls.
was transported to the Lower Township Police Department for forcibly entered. Voters with questions on their registration status or polling
processing. He then was released on a complaint summons Police said that in addition to the damages incurred in the locations may obtain this information from the New Jersey
with a court date. break-ins, property owners told police that televisions were Division of Elections website at http://www.njelections.org/ or
missing from each of the properties. by calling the Board of Elections at 465-1050.
The investigation is continuing, and police have asked the
Police report on public to report suspicious activity immediately to 884-9500.
City still considering
Anyone with information about the incidents should contact the
seasonal activity Detective Division at 884-9503 or 884-9507.
LOWER TOWNSHIP – Police Chief Edward Donohue re-
ported this month that the Lower Township Police Department
responded to and/or investigated 14,585 calls for service during
Cop/Stop program CAPE MAY – City Council members met with four engi-
neering ¿rms jockeying to become the city’s of¿cial engineer
the seasonal period May through September. on Monday, Oct. 25, but will not announce their appointment
Donohue’s report included the following statistics. until mid-November.
During the ¿ve-month time period, of¿cers investigated 176 LOWER TOWNSHIP – This month’s “Cop/Stop” will take Mayor Edward Mahaney said this week that discussion was
domestic violence complaints, 27 of which involved assaults. place at the North Cape May Wawa, located on Bayshore Road adjourned to enable Deputy Mayor Jack Wichterman to get to a cel-
They also handled criminal complaints on the following: four in North Cape May, on Saturday, Oct. 30. ebration being held for his birthday on Monday in Pennsylvania.
robberies, ¿ve aggravated assaults, 43 burglaries, 208 thefts, Before 10 a.m. and noon, Patrol Of¿cer Douglass Whitten will Mahaney said the Council will discuss the appointment at its
¿ve stolen motor vehicles, two aggravated sexual assaults four be present to answer any questions or comments citizens may meeting on Nov. 3. The discussion will be closed at Wichter-
other sexual offenses, and two aggravated assaults on police have concerning the police department. Literature on various man’s request, he said.
of¿cers. community projects will be made available. The city probably will then announce the appointment at its
Of¿cers also responded to and/or investigated 270 motor The “Cop/Stop” program provides a setting where police Nov. 15 meeting, Mahaney said.
vehicle accidents on Lower Township roadways, and conducted of¿cers are available to interact with community residents in a
a total of 2,466 motor vehicle stops that resulted in the issuance
of 872 traf¿c summonses and 218 traf¿c warnings.
Of¿cers also issued 12 local ordinance complaints along with
22 warnings for local ordinance violations. GIRL SCOUTS — Girls Scouts of the South Jersey
A total of 32 arrests were made of drivers charged with operat-
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645-9197 for more information.
included 214 adult arrests with 17 juvenile arrests. LOWER TOWNSHIP – The Nature Conservancy, accustomed BOY SCOUTS ACTIVITIES AND PROGRAMS—
Of¿cers assisted Lower Township Rescue Squad with over to receiving gifts of land, is offering to give some away to the Call Ron Pearson at (856) 327-1700.
650 emergency medical calls and responded to 247 ¿re alarm Township of Lower. YOUTH GROUPS—Covenant Bible, 7-8 p.m. Wednesdays,
call outs with the Township’s three ¿re departments. At Township Council’s meeting last week, Mayor Michael North Cape May, 886-2448; Lighthouse CMA Church, 7-8:30
Patrol of¿cers responded to 307 commercial and residential p.m. Wednesdays, Rio Grande, 889-0900; Cornerstone Assembly
Beck announced that the township received correspondence in
alarms, 431 disorderly conduct complaints, 176 criminal mis- of God at St. Simeon’s, 7 p.m. Fridays, North Wildwood, 523-
which the non-pro¿t group offers to deed over to the township 8076; Court House Methodist, 6 p.m. Sundays, 465-7087.
chief complaints, and – along with Animal Control Of¿cers six narrow lots along the Delaware Bay beach. BE A VOLUNTEER — County Museum (age 12
– 827 animal complaints. According to Township Manager Kathy McPherson, the six and older) 465-3535; CMC Crest Haven Nursing Home
Of¿cers responded to 79 9-1-1 hang-up calls that had to be lots are “sandwiched in between township-owned lots” and (age junior high) 465-1274; Literacy Volunteers of
investigated, while taking action 16 times on juvenile curfew include a total of approximately 180 feet of beachfront. Beck America, 838-3377; Lower Twp. Rec. Ctr., 886-7880;
enforcement. said they total about .3085 of an acre. North Cape Center, 898-8899; Red Cross, 465-7382;
Of¿cers responded to 51 trespassing complaints and com- The small lots already are being maintained in the township’s Wetlands Institute, 368-1211; Cape May Recreation
pleted 27 ABC Liquor Law inspections. beach maintenance program, McPherson noted. Center, 884-9565.
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ducting a total of 13 sudden death investigations, two of which Some years ago, Mazurek said, an “old ¿shing shack” occu- program information and fees.
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LOWER TOWNSHIP GAZETTE / Friday, October 29, 2010
Middle cools off previously red-hot
Lower Cape May, wins division title
By BRIAN CUNNIFF
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The Lower
Cape May Regional High School boys soccer
team had quietly become of the hottest teams
in South Jersey in recent weeks. And it was a meaningful game and we had to
After beginning the season just 1-3-1, the win it for the division so it was nice.”
Caper Tigers put together a nine-game un- Cowan scored the goal about 14 minutes into
beaten streak that included seven victories and the match, converting a low hard shot to the
two draws going into Monday’s contest against far left post after receiving a centering pass
rival Middle Township. from Gary Blum.
But, unlike the Caper Tigers’ recent oppo- Continued on Page 21
nents, the Panthers, motivated
by the chance to win the Cape-
Atlantic National Division I
title, finally figured out a way
Jen Arthur to cool off them off.
Middle Township’s Sara Shaw (right), who brought Middle level with a goal with a little Jacob Cowan’s goal in the
more than seven minutes left, blocks a pass by Lower Cape May’s Gabriella McKeown. first half stood up as the game’s
only tally as Middle posted the
Stirring comeback keeps title 1-0 victory and improved to
12-3-1, clinching the division
title in the process. Middle’s
record in division games
moved to 6-0-1, with its final
hopes alive for Lady Panthers division contest against
Bridgeton scheduled for
Wednesday (too late for this
By BRIAN CUNNIFF edition).
ERMA – Sara Shaw was so overwhelmed
by the moment that she couldn’t exactly re-
Girls Soccer “It was a big win,” Middle
coach John Maher said. “Put-
ting it in the context of last
member how it happened. year, we had an off year last
Shaw’s tally, on a gorgeous strike from 23
Asked to describe her equalizing goal on year but the kids that were
yards on the right flank, capped an incredible
Monday night against Lower Cape May, the coming back as seniors this
comeback by a Lady Panther team that fell
co-captain of the Middle Township girls soc- year really were committed
behind by three goals before the match was 13
cer team was at a loss to recall exactly how she from the end of last year to turn
scored it. it around. When the schedule
“We haven’t given up more than one goal in
“I don’t remember how I shot it or how it came out, we had said that if
any game so for this year, and we go out and
went in,” she stated. “I just know that it went we get to Oct. 25 against
give up three right away,” Middle coach Bob
in. Once it goes in, you just start screaming Lower Cape May and have that Jen Arthur
and running toward your teammates to cel- be a meaningful game then it Middle Township’s tom Hand (right) tries to fight off the
ebrate. That’s all I remember.” Continued on Page 22 would be a successful season. pressure applied by Lower Cape May’s Dominic Vitale.
2010 CAPE MAY COUNTY CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
By BRIAN CUNNIFF
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Jen Arthur
The members of the Ocean City High Runners break away from the starting line during the girls race at the
School cross country team looked Cape May County Cross Country Championships at county park.
like men among boys Friday after-
noon at county park at the Cape May
That’s not so much an indictment
of the talent level of the teams in the
Sophomore transfer leads
southern part of the county, but
speaks more to the incredible talent
level of the Raiders.
OCHS girls past Crusaders
Ocean City, which finished its dual By BRIAN CUNNIFF
meet season unbeaten, won the Cape- Staff Writer Cross Country
Atlantic American Conference title CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE –
and is considered one of the top The Ocean City High School girls
teams in the state, took each of the cross country team was going to have of the pack at the county level with
first six and seven of the top eight a good, young team anyway this fall an impressive showing at Friday’s
places to dominate the boys meet. – and that was before Mary Kate Cape May County championship
Senior Miles Schoedler won his Brelsford moved back to the area. meet at county park.
third straight individual title by cruis- Now that Brelsford is in the mix, Brelsford, who was an all-state se-
ing home in 16 minutes, 12 seconds. the Raiders appeared poised to lection as a freshman in Arkansas last
Teammates Erik Johnson and An- emerge as one of the elite programs year, won the meet with ease, post-
drew DeMaria were just a step be- in South Jersey yet again. ing a time of 18 minutes, 47 seconds,
Jen Arthur hind, in second and third place, re- After losing just once during the nearly a full minute ahead of her clos-
Lower Cape May’s Matt McGaffney and Zach Hicks lead a pack of spectively, with both runners finish- dual meet season, Ocean City, behind est competitor. The time was
runners in the boys race at the county cross country championships. Continued on Page 22 Brelsford, moved back to the front Continued on Page 22
Cape Express youth soccer: U-11 Tidal
LOWER TOWNSHIP GAZETTE / Friday, October 29, 2010
Waves girls team wins a pair of games
The following are scores from scored twice, Tayanis Torres added to beat at their outside defensive po-
Cape Express youth soccer games, goal, Marissa McGaffney posted two sitions.
as reported the Gazette and Leader assists and Giggi DiMercurio also U-9 Rail Hawks vs. Medford
newspapers: chipped in an assist for the Tidal Knights: Christian Kalinowski
GIRLS Waves. Mia Shea and Joalis Rosario moved to defense and played along
U-8 Comets vs. Monroe Town- were great playmakers in the win. with Quinton Gormley. Goalkeeper
ship Lady Braves: Sofia Rossi had U-11 Tidal Waves 3, Monroe duties were shared by Owen Carlson
a hat trick and Isabella Aftanis also Township Storm 0: Emma Stanford and Tyler Rulon.
scored for the Comets. Sophie tallied twice and Julia Mapes re- U-9 Blackhawks vs. Rancocas
Gartner played strong on defense. corded a goal and an assist in the win. Valley Red Devils: Amazing
Jordan Dougherty was fabulous in Alina Chiccarine added two assists. goaltending by Reid Shriver kept the
goal. Olivia Levin and Krista Salvadore Blackhawks in this close game. Top-
U-9 Herricanes vs. Ewing Mud combined for the shutout in goal. notch defense by Matt Moretti and
Sharks: Alanna Warf and Jiana U-12 Marlton Hurricanes 1, Jacob Seabrook helped to quickly
Fields shared goalkeeping chores. Shock Wave 0: Lauren Moretti was move the ball up to the offense.
The defensive efforts were led by spectacular in goal with numerous David Gardner and Henry Souto
Sage Redburn, Kira Sides and Madi- saves. Emma Carlson, Rachel Wade, made some outstanding passes to
son Gipple. Ashley Ohntrup scored Mack McCracken and Allison striker Melvin Avila.
the only goal for the Herricanes with DiAngelis played a great game on U-10 Silver Streak vs. Washing-
an assist from Mia Rafter. defense in the loss. ton Township Tornados: Patrick
U-10 Stingrays vs. Mantua Mad- U-13 Bulldogs 3, Bordentown Moore was in position to force the
ness: The Stingrays’ only goal was Flames 1: Amanda Durbin, Summer only goal by Silver Streak. Joey Emma Stanford of the Cape Express U-11 Tidal Waves girls team moves
scored by Maddie McCracken. JoJo Sides and Gabbi Johnson each scored Baker, Reilly Burhanna and Dylan in on a breakway before scoring against Monroe Township last weekend.
Gibson and Karli Whitten did an out- goals and Rialee Allen had an assist Callahan spent the game running end
standing job in defense. Erin for the Bulldogs. line to end line on the wings. James Roselli was hauled down in the came from Nick Schleak, Danny
Connelly, Ryleigh McKeown, BOYS Leinenback contributed defensively box. The Tsunami defense, led by Ty Fala, Sean McMullen and Tim
Mackenzie Marks and Natalie U-8 United vs. Westmont SC and was able to slow the Tornado at- Bethea and Ray Wilson, was very Brown.
Babore did a phenomenal job as Wolverines: Max Gilbert scored two tack. physical in the contest. Goaltender U-14 EHT Celtic 2, Riptides 1:
midfielders. Alyssa Jones and goals for the United. Reed Lindsay U-12 Tsunami 2, Florence Wild Anthony Zampirri played an aggres- The Celtics scored the game winner
Stephanie Sawyer held up strong in assisted on the first. Braden Scarpa 0: Reese Waddington scored first on sive, mistake-free game to preserve with less than three minutes remain-
net. played well in goal and Coby Watts a breakaway, assisted by Zack Tho- the shutout. ing. Sal Zampirri scored for the Rips.
U-11 Tidal Waves 3, Hamilton was strong at sweeper. Steven Gittle mas. Christian Rafter scored the sec- U-13 Cape Express Derailers 4, Kevin Laffey played a strong game
South Shock 1: Emma Stanford and Brandon Rosensteel were tough ond goal on a penalty kick after Mike Atlantic United Assassins 0: Goals in goal.
New season about to begin for
Lower Cape May ice hockey team
The Lower Cape May Regional Tom Davies, who led the Tigers in varsity member Shawn Wilson to the
High School Ice Hockey Club is set scoring the past two seasons and was mix and the Caper Icers should be a
to open its third season of play and an all-South Jersey selection. formidable wall for their goaltender,
all indications from the ice are that Davies’ linemate, senior Taylor Ven- junior Brandon Adams. Adams was
this could be an exciting run. Lower detta, also hopes to repeat if not sur- the South Jersey Tier III Glen Hol-
Cape opens its season this Friday pass his scoring successes which last land Trophy winner for outstanding
night against Egg Harbor Township season earned him the designation as performance last season and hopes
High School at the Flyers Skate Zone the team’s second-leading scorer. He to at least repeat if not exceed last
in Atlantic City. Game time is 6:30 was tops in assists and earned a spot year’s success.
p.m. on several all-star teams. Seniors Joe The Caper team also returns sev-
The Caper Tigers are coming off Safaryn, Frank Hineline and A.J. eral talented underclassmen to the
an improbable 2009-10 season in MacFarlane hope their experience varsity squad including junior former
which they earned 11 varsity wins, and offseason training round out all-star Jeff Casella, a point leader
including the team’s first playoff vic- what hopes to be an effective offense. last season, and junior forward Jor-
tory and an appearance in the South While Castellucci has high hopes dan Stiefel. Also returning to varsity Seniors Dan Castellucci and Frank Hineline chat shortly after completing
Jersey High School Ice Hockey for his offense, it’s the Tiger defense play this season are sophomores a drill at a practice for the Lower Cape May Regional ice hockey team.
League Tier III Championship that was its bread and butter last sea- Brandon Blomkvest and Sam Stango,
game. The Tiger Icers lost that game son and kept them in many close promising forwards looking for Lower Cape May plays in the Tier Vineland, Cherry Hill West, Delran,
4-0 to Mainland. games. The defense consists of three breakout seasons of their own. III division of the South Jersey High Father Judge, Truman, North Catho-
Coach Joe Castellucci is feeling senior all-stars, including Dan Newcomers to the varsity lineup School Ice Hockey League as well lic and Notre Dame. Lower Cape
optimistic about this year’s edition Castellucci, Morgan Gibson and include juniors Dennis McVay and as the Lower Bucks County Scholas- May’s home ice is at Canlan Ice
of Caper Tiger Ice Hockey. The Ti- Luke Flosdorf. Castellucci and Zeth Kane and freshman Karl tic Hockey League. This season the Sports in Vineland. Their first home
gers return eight seniors and four jun- Flosdorf were team leaders last sea- Hughes. Senior Tom Conley also Caper Tigers will play a 30-game game is this Saturday at 5:50 p.m.
iors from last year’s varsity squad. son with total points earned and joins the team for the first time add- schedule, which includes games against the club team representing
Seven players from last year’s team Gibson, a fleet-footed speedster, also ing depth to the goalie position. against Egg Harbor, Mainland, North Catholic.
were named to various all-star ros- tallied his share of goals, making this
ters last season. Lower Cape will defense a significant scoring
once again be led by senior center threat. Add junior and three-year
Crusaders create forfeiture at Pleasantville
State playoff pairings released By BRIAN CUNNIFF
“I cannot speak on the behalf of
the calls made by the officials be- Boys Soccer
For the second time in four sea- cause I was not at the game nor have
for boys and girls soccer sons, the Wildwood Catholic High
School boys soccer program was in-
volved in controversy in a game at
I received any written remarks from
the official in question,” Zuccarello
said. “I can speak, however, on, the
lastic Athletic Association bylaws
state that “coaches must be cautioned
The New Jersey State Interscho- day. Middle would also play at Pleasantville. integrity and character of our coach. not to refuse to play or to complete a
lastic Athletic Association released home in the second round if it ad- With his team trailing 2-0 midway Michael is an alumnus of Wildwood game/meet.” The penalty for doing
state playoff pairings for boys and vances. through the first half of Monday’s Catholic, a former Division I so, according to NJSIAA bylaws, can
girls soccer Thursday morning. Wildwood is the 15 th seed in contest, Crusader coach Mike Saioni standout and a former Division I be probation for the offending pro-
In boys soccer, Lower Cape May, Group I and will travel to No. 2 pulled his players off the field, thus coach. Michael is an ambassador of gram for at least a year, resulting in
Middle Township and Wildwood Haddon Township, also on Tuesday. forfeiting the contest to the Grey- our school who has very disciplined the loss of participation in the state
have all accepted bids to the tour- In girls soccer, the same three lo- hounds. teams and is well respected among tournament. In addition, the coach
nament. Lower and Middle were cal schools will compete. Saioni said he was unhappy with the soccer officials in the league and can be fined a minimum of $300.
automatic qualifiers, while Wild- Middle Township has earned the the manner in which the contest was the soccer community at large. In a 2007 game at Pleasantville,
wood was invited as one of the top second seed in Group II and will being officiated with respect to “I know his decision (to remove Catholic was issued three red cards
16 teams in terms of power points, play the winner of a game between player safety. the team from the field) was in what ended as a 4-3 Crusader vic-
even though it did not have a .500 No.7 Haddon Heights and No. 10 “I feel the safety of the players is based solely on the reputation of the tory. Wildwood Catholic, which was
record. Buena late next week. Lower Cape paramount,” Saioni said, “and I felt soccer program and the safety and the defending South Jersey Non-Pub-
Lower and Middle will each com- May, which is bidding for its first- like it was compromised at that well being of the students athletes.” lic B champion, was subsequently
pete in South Jersey Group II. ever playoff victory, is the No.8 point.” Wildwood Catholic fell to 4-11 disqualified from competing in the
Lower, the No. 10 seed, will play at seed and will host No. 9 Manasquan Saioni declined further comment. with the loss. Pleasantville improved state playoffs that season as NJSIAA
No. 7 Haddonfield in its playoff on Tuesday. Wildwood Catholic athletic direc- to 3-9. rules state that any team in any sport
opener on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Wildwood is the 14 th seed in tor Sal Zuccarello released the fol- Though no potential penalty for that receives three ejections in the
Middle, the No. 4 seed, will host Group I for girls soccer and will lowing statement concerning the the forfeiture had been announced as same season becomes ineligible for
13th-seeded Sterling on the same play at No. 3 Glassboro on Tues- matter via email: of press time, New Jersey Interscho- that season’s state tournament.
Playoffs still in sight for LCM
LOWER TOWNSHIP GAZETTE / Friday, October 29, 2010
By TOM WILLIAMS
Despite two straight losses, includ-
ing last weekend’s 35-6 loss to
Millville, Lower Cape May is still Township, which has already played
very much in the NJSIAA South Jer- seven games and will sit out this
sey Group 2 playoff picture, cur- weekend.
rently ranking at No. 5 in the rating In its history, Lower has qualified
system used to pick the top eight for the NJSIAA football playoffs
teams. twice. Lance Bailey’s 2006 team lost
Lower trailed the Thunderbolts in the first round to Bridgeton and
just 6-0 at the half and 14-6 at one Bill Garrison’s 1980 team lost to
point in the third quarter before Overbrook. It was the only loss for
Millville pulled away with a touch- the 1980 team, which won the Na-
down late in the third quarter and two tional Conference championship.
more in the fourth. When the contest In addition to Lower’s game with
was close early in the game, Lower Buena and the Haddonfield-
failed to score on two possessions Collingswood game, other key
during which it moved inside the Group 2 games include Cinnaminson
Millville 15-yeard line. The Tigers at Hopewell Valley, Bridgeton at St.
dropped 4-2 with the loss. Joseph and Camden at Delsea. Lower
Jen Arthur The Tigers, who travel to Buena Cape May fans should also root for
Middle Township’s Jacob Cowan, who scored the match’s only goal in his team’s 1-0 victory, sends a corner- on Friday night, will probably move Pleasantville to beat Oakcrest, Wild-
kick chance toward the area against Lower Cape May. Middle clinched the National I title with the win. past No. 4 Manchester Township wood over Schalick and Cape
with a win over the Chiefs. But the Henlopen over Milford this week-
winner of the Haddonfield- end. Those results would benefit the
Middle tops LCM for National I title Collingswood game will probably
move ahead of both of them, still
leaving Lower in the No. 5 position
The eight highest rated teams in
each group make the playoffs. A
Continued from Page 19 sequence but then they never got an- Lower dropped to 8-4-3, suffering if they win on Friday. team’s playoff rating is determined
Lower Cape May threatened with other corner kick after that so I was its first loss in more than a month. Lower Cape May trails by calculating the group size and
a series of corner kicks with about pleased with that.” “It was a typical Lower-Middle Willingboro, West Deptford, won-loss record of the teams it has
15 minutes to play but could not con- Middle’s Anthony DiCicco (five game,” Lower coach Dennis Elia Barnegat and Manchester in Group defeated. Teams also get a smaller
vert. saves) and Lower’s Tom Davies said. “It was hard fought, but it 2. If the playoffs were this weekend, amount of points for each win by the
“One of the things they did very (eight saves) both played well wasn’t a real clean, pretty game. We Lower would travel to Manchester schools that defeated them.
well the first time we played them throughout. played hard but we didn’t play well.
(in a 2-2 draw) was, they created well “DiCicco only had to make five (Middle’s) defense played well and The Gazette NJSIAA Group 2 Football Playoff Picture
off their corner kicks,” Maher said. saves but at least three of them were they capitalized on one of their LEADERS Record Rating Next Game
“But we didn’t give up a corner kick quality,” Maher said. “And Davies chances. We had some opportunities 1. Willingboro 6-0 107.00 Friday vs Bordentown (G2/1-5)
until there were 16 minutes left. They had a couple of real quality saves, but we just couldn’t put the ball in 2. West Deptford 6-0 101.00 Friday at Sterling (G2/1-5)
had three or four right during that too.” the net.” 3. Barnegat 4-2 79.00 Saturday at Red Bank (G2/2-4)
4. Manchester Twp. 4-3 66.00 Nov. 5 vs Pt. Pl. Boro (G2/3-3)
Changes coming to CAL basketball
5. Lower Cape May 4-2 63.00 Friday at Buena (G2/2-5)
6. Haddonfield 5-1 62.00 Friday at Collingswood (G2/4-2)
7. Collingswood 4-2 59.00 Friday vs Haddonfield (G2/5-1)
8. Cinnaminson 4-3 59.00 Sat. at Hopewell Valley (G3/3-4)
After seven weeks, the Cape-At- break the tie. After that, ties will be 9. Bridgeton 4-3 58.00 Saturday at St. Joseph (G2/5-1)
lantic League is so pleased with its By TOM WILLIAMS broken by the “Rose Bowl” rule and, 10. Camden 4-2 51.00 Friday at Delsea (G3/6-1)
new football alignment that it has if necessary, a flip of the coin. In the
decided to experiment with a similar Sports Columnist Rose Bowl rule, when two teams are
11. Pt. Pleasant Boro
Friday vs Raritan (G3/3-3)
Friday at No. Burlington (G3/2-4)
arrangement for basketball in 2011- tied, the one that last played in the 13. Pemberton 2-4 40.00 Sat. at Burlington Twp. (G3/5-2)
12. ners will play the two bye teams in championship is eliminated. CONSOLATION TEAMS
During that season, the CAL’s 21 the semifinals and those winners will There will be some interesting 14. Buena 2-5 37.00
boys and 21 girls basketball teams play for the CAL title in a double- pairings created by this 2011-12 15. Deptford 2-4 30.00
(Cedar Creek’s boys will join the header at Richard Stockton College alignment. For example, Atlantic 16. Middle Township 1-6 23.00
17. Sterling 1-5 20.00
league that season) will be divided on the final Saturday of February. City and Holy Spirit will play twice
18. Lakewood 0-6 13.00
into three conferences with the same Incidentally, the CAL champion- and compete for the same champi- 18. Pleasantville 0-6 13.00
names as the football conferences – ship doubleheader in the upcoming onship. Mainland and Holy Spirit,
American, National and United. The basketball season (2010-11) will also which do not even play now, will also A team must have at least a .500 record by Nov. 8 to be eligible. The first round
schools with the largest enrollments, return to Stockton on Feb. 26. Last play twice. Ocean City will play two of the Group 2 playoffs will be on Nov. 12-13 between the top eight teams in
with one exception, will be in the year’s title doubleheader was played games each against Cape May the group on the home fields of the highest seeded teams. All other teams will
American Conference. The middle at Egg Harbor Township but EHT County rivals Middle Township and play consolation games. The four first round playoff winners will play in
seven will be in the National and the will be hosting the wrestling districts, Lower Cape May. And the St. Au- semifinal games on Nov. 19-20. The South Jersey Group 2 final will be played
smallest seven comprise the United held at Absegami for decades, on that gustine-Middle rivalry, featuring the the weekend of Dec. 3-5 at a site determined by the highest seeded partici-
Conference. weekend. two winningest boys basketball pant.
The one exception is Holy Spirit. In the 2011-12 basketball season, coaches in CAL history, will be re-
Based on the most recent enrollment
figures, Holy Spirit’s teams should
each team will play each of the other
teams in its conference twice (12
newed with two conference games.
But some other rivals will have to Field hockey playoff brackets released
be in the United Conference. But in games) and will be randomly as- schedule non-league games that were
The Lower Cape May and Middle With a win, Lower would play the
this new format, they will be placed signed four other “crossover” games previously conference games.
Township high school field hockey winner of a game between No. 2
in the American Conference. St. Au- against teams from the other confer- Among those are Absegami-
teams will each compete in the South Haddonfield and No. 7 Buena in the
gustine Prep and Our Lady of Mercy ences. CAL teams will be asked to Oakcrest, Ocean City-Mainland and
Jersey Group II playoffs next week. second round.
Academy have been grouped to- only schedule 23 games during 2011- Middle Township against Cape May
The two local schools are among Middle Township (7-6-1) is the
gether and placed in the National 12 in case they are required to play Tech and Wildwood Catholic.
the eight teams that have qualified No. 8 seed in the tournament and will
Conference, though the Prep has an three games in the league playoffs. These changes, like those made in
in the bracket. travel to top-seeded West Deptford,
enrollment that is more than three Once a team is eliminated from play- football for this season, should make
Lower Cape May, which entered also on Tuesday, Nov. 2. West
times that as OLMA. off contention, it is free to fill those for an interesting basketball season
the middle of this week on the cusp Deptford is considered one of the top
Aside from the new three-confer- three dates. League teams will also in the winter of 2011-12. The late-
of winning the Cape-Atlantic Na- teams in South Jersey.
ence alignment, the CAL will also be free to play additional games season CAL playoff tournament may
tional I Division title, has earned the An upset victory by the Lady Pan-
expand its championship playoffs in against each other, though they will have a negative impact on a few
third seed in the tournament and will thers would send them into a second-
2011-12. Six teams will compete for not count in their league record. showcase events. And having three
host sixth-seeded Barnegat on Tues- round game against the winner of a
the overall CAL championship in The two conference champions conferences instead of the traditional
day, Nov. 2. The Lady Tigers’ record contest between No. 5 Holy Spirit
February 2012, the first and second with the best records will receive the two will require a new format for the
stood at 10-5 going into Wednesday’s and No. 4 Collingswood.
place teams from each conference. first round byes in the CAL playoffs. senior all-star games that are featured
contest against Bridgeton. — BRIAN CUNNIFF
Two of the three conference cham- If there is a tie, the first tiebreaker is on All Star Saturday.
pions will receive first-round byes. head-to-head meetings. If a tie still The CAL has also decided that the
The third conference champion and
the three runners-up will be paired
remains, results of the four crossover 2011 football schedule will be the
same as this season’s schedule with
Ridgway fires career low score for St. Joe’s
games will be added to the teams’
Lower Cape May Regional gradu- the fall season. His 221 tied for first
off in quarter-final games. The win- conference records in an effort to the home fields reversed.
ate Jim Ridgway, a member of the place among St. Jose golfers and his
St. Joseph’s University golf team, second round score of 68 was sec-
2011-12 Cape-Atlantic League Basketball Alignment fired a career low 68 in the second
round of the Old Dominion Invita-
ond out of 93 golfers in the tourna-
AMERICAN CONFERENCE NATIONAL CONFERENCE UNITED CONFERENCE tional in the Outer Banks of North Ridgway’s previous best score was
Absegami Bridgeton Buena Carolina against the likes of Old a 69 during his sophomore year at
Atlantic City Hammonton Cape May Tech Dominion, University of the Georgetown University Invita-
Egg Harbor Township Lower Cape May Cedar Creek Louisville,William and Mary, tional.
Holy Spirit Middle Township Pleasantville Furman, Liberty and a host of oth- Ridgway is scheduled to graduate
ers. His 31-37—68 helped him com- with a degree in pharmaceutical mar-
Mainland Oakcrest Sacred Heart
plete the three-day day tourney with keting in May. He still has spring
Millville Ocean City St. Joseph a 221 total, good for 5-over par. It tournaments ahead with the golf
Vineland St. Augustine/OLMA Wildwood Catholic was Ridgway’s final tournament of team.
Middle Cape May Tech girls soccer team tops
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keeps title Sacred Heart on Marriner’s tally
FRIDAY, OCT. 22
hopes alive FOOTBALL
Bridgeton 42, Middle Township 12:
Week in Review
Bridgeton’s Jae DeShields scored three touch- Holy Spirit 5, Middle Township 0: Middle
with draw downs, two on receptions and one on a 91-yard
punt return, to spark his team to the easy win
at home. Bridgeton scored all of its points by
dropped to 8-11 with the loss at home.
MONDAY, OCT. 24
Continued from Page 19 the early portion of the third quarter. Middle
Township got its scores on a one-yard touch- BOYS SOCCER
After playing two scoreless
down run by Mark Manning in the second quar- Sacred Heart 2, Cape May Tech 1: Matt
overtime sessions, the two
ter and a nine-yard run by DeShauyn Staton in New scored a goal for Cape May Tech, which
teams settled for a 3-3 draw.
the final period. Middle, which fell to 1-6 with battled the 16-1 Lions to a close game on the
While Lower Cape May
the loss, has a bye this week. road. Tech fell to 5-9-2.
trudged off the field rather dis-
Woodstown 49, Wildwood 0: In a game Pitman 6, Wildwood 0: Pitman, one of the
appointed with the result,
pitting two previously winless teams, top teams in South Jersey, erupted for five goals
Middle’s players rushed the
Woodstown broke open a relatively close game in the second half after leading by just 1-0 at
field for a euphoric celebra-
with three touchdowns in the third quarter en the break. Wildwood dropped to 0-15-1.
tion, fully aware that the point
route to the easy win. Rahsard Gray ran for GIRLS SOCCER
earned kept the team in line to
three touchdowns to pace the Wolverines (1- Cape May Tech 1, Sacred Heart 0: Chelsea
clinch the Cape-Atlantic Na-
5). Wildwood fell to 0-6 with the loss. Wild- Marriner’s goal on the first half and solid
tional Conference title. The
Lower Cape May’s Victoria Mann (left) and Middle wood hosts Schalick for its Homecoming and goalkeeping by Kristen Heun (15 saves) al-
Lady Panthers (14-2-3)
Township’s Maranda Holcomb battle for possession during final home contest of the season on Friday. lowed the Lady Hawks (4-7-2) to prevail.
needed only a victory over
the first half of what ended as a 3-3 draw. BOYS SOCCER Pitman 2, Wildwood 0: Pitman netted a
lowly Bridgeton on Wednes-
Lower Cape May 5, St. Joseph 2: Lower goal in each half as Wildwood fell to 2-11-3
day (too late for this edition) said. “Then they scored the right at the goal line, this time
Cape May (8-3-3) ran its unbeaten streak to with the loss.
to win the title. A loss to the second goal and it was shock. after Maddie DeVico was
nine games with the road victory. C.J. Young FIELD HOCKEY
Lady Tigers would have And then they scored the third stopped by Adams from 12
posted a goal and an assist and Alec DelConte, Middle Township 6, Buena 2: After the
handed the championship to goal and it was shock. (Team- yards out. That set the stage
Jeff Wallace, Dom Vitale and A.J. McFadden score was knotted at 1-1 at the break, Middle
Holy Spirit. mate Sarah) Roberts and I just for a frenetic final 22 minutes,
also scored for Lower, which moved to 7-0-2 broke out for five in the final 30 minutes to
Lower Cape May (10-6-2), looked at each other and were and Middle finally equalized
during its unbeaten streak. pull away from Buena. Grace Adelizzi, Nicole
perhaps inspired by both the like, ‘This isn’t happening.’ on Shaw’s laser, a blast that
Mainland 1, Middle Township 0 (OT): The Hand, Shaina Murdock, Haley Allison and
thoughts of revenge from an We came out expecting to play started right at Adams before
Mustangs got the winning goal with a little less Maddie Anagnou all scored goals in the win.
earlier 1-0 loss to its rival and well but getting three (scored) curling into the upper right 90.
than seven minutes remaining in the first over- Katie Kelly stopped nine shots in goal. Middle
a large home crowd on hand on you right in the beginning, Lower Cape May earned
time. Middle fell to 11-3-1 with the loss. moved to 7-6-1.
to see the club compete in its it was just shocking.” four corner kicks in the over-
Sacred Heart 6, Cape May Tech 1: Ryan Holy Spirit 2, Lower Cape May 0: Spirit
only under-the-lights contest Middle finally settled down time session and Middle also
Barry scored for the Hawks in the home loss. scored both goals in the first half, sending
of the season, stunned the nor- midway through the half and had its share of chances in ex-
Tech moved to 5-8-2 with the loss. Lower (10-5) to the road loss and avenging an
mally defensively-minded eventually found its offense 4 tra time but neither team could
GIRLS SOCCER earlier defeat to the Lady Tigers.
Lady Panthers at the outset, ½ minutes before the interval muster a game-winner.
Wildwood 1, Bridgeton 0: Freshman Jes- GIRLS TENNIS
helped along by a strong as freshman Danielle McCann “Obviously to go up 3-0, we
sica Freeman scored a first-half goal and goal- Middle Township 4, Pleasantville 1:
breeze at its back in the first cleaned up the rebound of a had an awesome start,” said
keeper Danielle Aydelotte stopped eight shots Megan Tice and Jen Ney each won singles
half. Victoria Mann opened save by Lower keeper Gabi Lower coach Stephanie
for the shutout as Wildwood (2-11-3) extended matches in straight sets and Shruti Gandhi and
the scoring off a feed from Adams at the left post to make Matthews. “We came out very
its unbeaten streak to a modest four games. Darby Crowding did the same at first doubles
Katie Damiana, followed by a it 3-1 after 40 minutes. strong. We knew we had the
Sacred Heart 2, Cape May Tech 0: Sacred to lead Middle (9-11) to the win.
beautiful head-ball goal by “That goal was huge,” wind at our backs and we had
Heart netted goals in each half to turn away Holy Spirit 3, Lower Cape May 2: Lower
Rylee Gould off a cross into Wishart said. “We kept saying to get up on them. For them to
the Lady Hawks (3-9-2). (13-7) played a competitive match against one
the box by Marissa McCorkel. to the girls we had to get one come back, that’s really good
FIELD HOCKEY of the best teams in South Jersey. Sarah Peck
When Gabriella McKeown before halftime. Even with on their part. You have to give
Middle Township 5, Bridgeton 0: Grace won at third singles and the second doubles
tallied shortly thereafter, having the wind in the second a lot of credit to their girls.
Adelizzi and Shaina Murdock each scored team of Alaina Fox and Angela Rader also
Lower incredibly led by 3-0 half, we just couldn’t be down When (Middle) scored their
twice and Nicole Hand also added a goal as picked up a point for Lower in the loss.
before some of the late-arriv- 3-0 against that team. They’re third goal and tied it, I looked
Middle moved back to .500 with the win. Katie Bridgeton 4, Wildwood Catholic 1:
ing fans had even reached too good.” at my girls’ faces and I was
Kelly stopped four shots for the shutout for the Brianna Yuhas and Megan Metzler won a mara-
their seats. McCann tallied again 18 really worried. But they came
Lady Panthers (6-6-1). thon first doubles match, 6-0, 5-7, 7-6 (7-3),
“They scored the first goal minutes into the second half, back and finished strong. This
GIRLS TENNIS to earn a point for Wildwood Catholic (4-12)
and it was a shock,” Shaw again cleaning up a rebound was a really good game.”
Lower Cape May 5, Wildwood Catholic in the road loss.
0: Olivia Zeitler, Emaleigh Kaithern and Sa-
OCHS dominates boys county meet rah Peck all won singles matches in straight
sets for Lower (13-6). The doubles teams of
Karissa Zuzulock-Katie Smith and Angela
TUESDAY, OCT. 25
Millville 7, Wildwood Catholic 0: Millville
Continued from Page 19 Ocean City totaled just 15 points. Middle exploded for six first-half goals en route to the
Rader-Alaina Fox also won in straight sets for
ing in 16:13. Township was a distant second with 68 points,
the Lady Tigers. Catholic fell to 4-11. easy victory at home. Catholic fell to 4-12.
Dan Murray and Kevin Scott assured what followed by Lower Cape May (87), Cape May
essentially amounts to a shutout when they fin- Tech (93) and Wildwood Catholic (134). Wild-
ished fourth and fifth in 16:46 and 16:48, re-
spectively, for the Raiders.
“I thought we executed our race strategy
wood did not field a team this fall due to lack
Schoedler became just the second male run-
Brelsford leads Raiders in girls meet
perfectly,” said Schoedler, a senior. “We ner to win the race three times, joining current Continued from Page 19 “We all set out to try to get personal records
wanted to run as a pack at the front and try to Middle coach Ed Letts, who won three straight Brelsford’s personal best. and we accomplished the goal we really wanted
get a lot of guys some (personal bests). This county titles in 1994-96. Brelsford’s feat led a Raider team that took – winning the race,” Brelsford said. “I think
was a great tune-up for the bigger meets com- “I definitely feel fortunate to win it three five of the first eight and six of the first 11 we did really well. Everyone seems to be in
ing up, like the sectional and state meets.” times,” Schoedler said. “My sophomore year, places as Ocean City posted 23 team points to really good shape right now.”
Ocean City’s D.J. Gilhooley was sixth in I was very fortunate, because I only won be- win. Wildwood Catholic, which lost just one Brelsford grew up in Upper Township but
17:05. Wildwood Catholic’s Antonino Piro cause (former teammate) Brett Johnson was dual meet this season and had two straight and moved to Arkansas for five years as her father,
prevented a complete sweep by the Raiders at away on a college visit. three of the last four county titles, was a dis- an executive with Wal-Mart, was transferred
the top of the race by placing seventh in 17:13, “Last year was great for me because I set tant second with 49 points. Also competing there. Brelsford said she’s very happy to be
just ahead of the Raiders’ Joe DelVescio, who the course record (15:52) here. I always come were Middle Township (61), Cape May Tech back in Cape May County.
was eighth in 17:17. here and try to run the best race I can and try to (103) and Lower Cape May (139). “I’m glad to be back here,” she said. “I al-
repeat. We wanted to get a good workout in “This was really important for our team,” ways had a lot of friends from Upper so it’s
Vogdes third at IJGT event and win the team title as well.” said Brelsford. “We came in with a good atti- nice to be back.”
Wildwood Crest resident Blake Vogdes, an Middle Township’s Wil Murray placed ninth tude and we wanted to run well. This was re- Wildwood Catholic’s Rachel Wuko placed
eighth-grader at Cape Trinity Catholic in 17:36 and Lower Cape May’s Matt ally important for us.” ninth in 21:01 and Middle’s Selena Colea com-
School, placed among the top finishers in his McGaffney was 10th in 17:50. Middle Township’s Alex Walsh finished sec- pleted the top 10 in 21:28. Ocean City’s Natalie
age group at a prestigious junior golf tour- TEAM RESULTS: 1. Ocean City, 15; 2. ond to Brelsford in 19:42, marking the first time Landi was 11th in 21:36.
nament in Hummelstown, Pa., last weekend. Middle Township, 68; 3. Lower Cape May, 87; the sophomore has broken 20 minutes on the TEAM RESULTS: 1. Ocean City, 23; 2.
Vogdes, 14, placed third overall in the boys 4. Cape May Tech, 83; 5. Wildwood Catholic, county park course, which is also Middle’s Wildwood Catholic, 49; 3. Middle Twp., 61;
14 and under age division at latest Interna- 134. home course. Ocean City’s Sam Piergross, the 4. Cape Tech, 103; 5. Lower Cape May, 139.
tional Junior Golf Tour event held at Hershey INDIVIDUAL RESULTS: 1. Miles only senior among the team’s top five, followed INDIVIDUAL RESULTS: 1. Mary Kate
Links. Sixteen golfers competed in the age Schoedler (OC), 16:12; 2. Erik Johnson (OC), Walsh for third place in 20:11. Brelsford (OC), 18:47; 2. Alex Walsh (MT),
group. 16:13; 3. Andrew DeMaria (OC), 16:13; 4. Dan Wildwood Catholic gave itself a glimmer of 19:42; 3. Sam Piergross (OC), 20:11; 4. Grace
Vogdes shot 75-72—147 for 36 holes to Murray (OC), 16:46; 5. Kevin Scott (OC), hope in its quest to win defend its county title Lederer (WC), 20:24; 5. Emily Johnson (WC),
finish 3-over par, four strokes behind the win- 16:48; 6. D.J. Gilhooley (OC), 17:05; 7. when sophomore Grace Lederer and freshman 20:25; 6. Kaylie Gallagher (OC), 20:26; 7. Tess
ner, Curren Moody of Monmouth Junction. Antonino Piro (WC), 17: 13; 8. Joe DelVescio Emily Johnson cross the line in the fourth and Solazzo (OC), 20:42; 8. Kayla Noll (OC),
Vogdes recorded six birdies and an eagle over (OC), 17:17; 9. Wil Murray (MT), 17:36; 10. fifth places in 20:24 and 20:25, respectively. 20:51; 9. Rachel Wuko (WC), 21:01; 10.
the course of his two rounds Matt McGaffney (LCM), 17:50; 11. Zach But the Raiders ended Wildwood Catholic’s Selena Colea (MT), 21:28; 11. Natalie Landi
The IJGT hosts golf events every week- Hicks (LCM), 18:05; 12. Nick Anzelone (MT), chances when junior Kaylie Gallagher, sopho- (OC), 21:36; 12. Johanna DeFeo (CMT),
end of the academic year, with more than 60 18:31; 13. Dylan Rutherford (CMT), 18:33; 14. more Tess Solazzo and junior Kayla Noll took 22:08; 13. Victoria Deever (MT), 22:10; 14.
tournaments annually. It also hosts three in- Dave Hayes (MT), 18:54; 15. Josh Greenberg the sixth through eighth places in 20:26, 20:42 Marissa Caminos (MT), 22:17; 15. Shannon
ternational events. (CMT), 19:09. and 20:51, respectively. McGann (WC), 22:32.
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Adoption: A committed, ﬁnancially ★★★
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and Jitney. $450,000. Call 609-
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M-F 215-677-9311. Asking $4,000. Brokers/Agents
GMC JIMMY 4X4 future. Expenses paid. Neil and
2 door Cabriolet, 1 owner, mint
condition, low mileage, garage Needs gear cable.
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ER- Low rider, runs great, looks back deck, all season residents.
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good, just inspected. 80,000 miles. tion, $14,900. OBO 609-898-
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available. Financial Aid if qualiﬁed. 9669. ABSECON
Call 888-220-5975 Mobile Home Park 55+
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more info. Leave your name and
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$30,000. Must sell. OBO.
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for the newest products, servic-
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Big or Small! 1803.
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what you expect. large deck, hardwood & ceramic
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elry, guitars, instruments & other for the newest products, servic-
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and budget. screen deck, 12x12 shed. Call 609-
Articles For Sale MARMORA- 11 Diane Ave., Sat. 10/
30, 8-3. Household items, furniture,
2003 DODGE INTREPID SE- 4Dr,
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MAYS LANDING- Adult Community
at Tavistock. 2BR, 2BA, rancher,
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AB LOUNGER XL crown molding & much more. Only
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At 609-464-0413. Share in over
Used once. Interactive/workout
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baths, general cabinetry & much
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comfort package & convenience,
canopy, insulated, side & rear win-
Monday thru May 55+ LENNAR Built, 2580sqft,
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ask for Bruce. 8:30 a.m to
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EHT- Oak Forest 55+. 2 bedroom, 2
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nis court , eat-in-kitchen, Won- OAK FOREST-EHT 28’x60’ 3BR
derful getaway Mobile Home in 2BA deck/w/ramp 2 sheds new roof
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asking $99,900 no closing-costs call
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room, d/w, garbage disposal, tile
55+ FOUR SEASONS
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Handicap accessible, 2 sun- 7245, 609-522-5239.
rooms, premium lot. Near AC and
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748-2988, 609-335-5124. Commercial
SOMERS POINT- 32 Gulph Mill Rd,
Golf Course, Everything new! Win- CORBIN CITY RT. 50- For sale 2
dows, Doors, Floors, siding, granite,
tile kitchen.and 2 newfull baths. 3
Commercial Office Buildings. 1340-
7400 sq. ft. Conference rooms, indi- Is Money!!
xlarge bedrooms, sunroom and of- vidual offices, rest rooms, kitchens
fice. c/a gas.ht. $239,900. 609-576- plus warehouse. Many use options.
9363. Excellent condition. Center location
UPPER TWP.- Low taxes, excellent 3 counties. Call 609-390-9539.
schools, near beaches, recreation
fields. $310,000. 3BR, 2.5BA, L/R, GALLOWAY- 5.25 acres available
with 450’ frontage & acreage for a
D/R, F/R, EIK, bonus room, laundry
room, deck, patio w/spa, detached 36,000 square building on Jimmie REAL ESTATE: Yearly Rentals Yearly Rentals Yearly Rentals
garage w/wkshop, shed. 609-741- Leeds Rd. Property zones for pro-
fessional offices & limited commer-
Wanted To Buy CAPE MAY CITY- Clean, 1BR apt, LINWOOD- Clean 3BR, 2BA ranch- OC- 9th Street condo. 2nd fl. Spa-
cial usage. See web-page for pic- 2nd fl., 5 blocks from beach, private er. All appliances, C/A. $1,675./mo. cious 1 bedroom, 1 bath, living room
tures & details at realestateinvest- CASH FOR HOMES deck, gas heat included. $975/ Rent to own. Licensee. 609-377- with cathedral ceiling. Newly reno-
Ventnor mentopportunitynj.com or call 609- Houses and land purchased for month. Call 973-509-0394. 1516 Next to bike path. vated. Private front & rear entry.
390-4371. CASH, any condition, no commis- Owner will consider lease to own op-
sion or expense. Fast closing. Call LINWOOD- Goldcoast, 4BR, 2.5BA, tion. $1,000. includes water. 215-
Egg Harbor Twp. hardwood floors, all appliances, 2 609-8966.
STORE FOR RENT WITH OPTION- 8 5 6 - 8 7 5 - 3 4 0 4 .
Busy EHT area, parking, low rent, www.cash4homesnj.com. car garage, gas, C/A, great schools.
great for gifts, antiques, fresh flow- $2,500. Realtors welcome. Mitchell OCEAN CITY- Gardens, 2nd fl. du-
ers, wedding planner, balloons & plex, 3BR, 2BA, cathedral ceiling, full
deck, shed, off street parking. No
more. 609-457-8755. Yearly Rentals pets/smoking. $1500 plus utilities.
MARGATE- Large 1BR, furnished,
W/D, A/C, parking, 1 block to beach
Beachblock Duplex $690,000
Lots & Acreage Absecon & Longport, non-smoker, no pets. Ocean City- South end near 55th
8br main, 2 br apt. 4.5 ba. Classic 2 Bedroom apartment available 267-455-5252. Street. 3BR, 1.5BA. Off street park-
design with high ceilings, fire- December 1st. TRA accepted. ing. Yearly rental. $1,250/month plus
EGG HARBOR TWP. House For Rent in this Wonderful
place, large porch. $1100 per month. Call 609-377- North Wildwood - Central & 5th - 2nd utilities. Call 610-246-9071.
1,000ft Waterfront Property & Safe Neighborhood in Harbor
www.107NASHVILLE.INFO 7109. Floor - 2 bedrooms, full kitchen/living
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Call RE/MAX Atlantic Bay and 5 miles to Ocean City room, security, references 201-666- OCEAN CITY- Gardens area, 1st
Roger Read 609-645-0009 ABSECON- 2BR, 1BA, 2nd fl. apt., pletely Remodeled Home. Wood 7435 or email@example.com. $725 + floor, furnished or unfurnished, 3BR,
beach and boardwalk. 16 Acres Burning Stove. Large fenced-in
with 1 approved 2 acre buildable fresh paint, new carpet, appliances utilities 2BA, parking, bay view. $1,300. plus
yard on Corner Lot! 4 Bedroom, electric. 609-390-0918 Jim or Sarah.
lot. Septic approved, cleared lot, & windows. $900./month plus utilities
VENTNOR 7 BR plus 5th bed/Office 2 full baths. Northfield: 2nd fl apt. 1br, 1ba, new
spectacular views. Zone ap- & security. 609-927-5621. 609-653-1755. See pics online! OCEAN CITY- 3BR, living room, din-
4 bath. Fr. Detached garage. 2 proval for 2 horses. Asking carpet and paint. Full size w/d, d/w.
ing room, bath, EIK, laundry room,
zone heating and air. Near beach $399,000. Possible partial fi- ABSECON- Rental, Visions, 55+ All gas appliances. No smokers, No
EHT- 3 story, 3BR, 1.5BA, gas F/P, large front porch. No pets. $950/
and Jitney. $450,000. Call 609- nancing to qualified buyer. Call Clubhouse Community in Absecon. pets. $900 +1 month sec. 609-646-
W/D, balcony. $1,400./month in- month plus utilities. 609-412-5064.
823-1460. 609-432-8954. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, $1,450. monthly, 2768.
cludes cable. 609-457-9251.
www.foxmoorhomes.com Call 609- Ocean City, 2nd fl. above Asbury
MAYS LANDING- Vacant property 652-7004. EHT- HeatherCroft. Newly renovat- O.C.- Furnished 1BR apt. on 1st Ave Store, 2br, lr, kit, w/d, large rear
Villas for sale. Approx. .11 acre. Asking floor, low ceilings, L/R, kitchen, bath deck, parking for one car, $1,000
Near Bay 3 bedroom 1 bath ed, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fireplace, bal-
price $2,000. Please call Kevin Bow- BRIGANTINE- Large 2BR, 1BA, L/ conies, no dogs. $1,150./month. (shower stall), office/storage. No per month + utilites. 609-408-6586
$1,000 rental income per month. man 301-802-8920. smoking/pets. References. $825./
Asking $139,000. 609-624-2223. R, D/R, kitchen, all tiled. W/D, pool 609-513-2219.
on site. No pets. $1,100./month, month plus utilities. 609-567-4569.
firstname.lastname@example.org Ocean City
heat & hot water included. 609-377- GALLOWAY- Federal Court, 1.5
VILLAS- Rancher newly renovated, Northfield month security deposit, 2BR, 2BA,
3BR, 1BA, laundry room, sunroom, 4165.
232 Davis Avenue W/D, new appliances, new tiles, new O.C.- South end. Unfurnished, 2nd
C/A, water purifying system. Corner floor, 1BR, 1BA, D/W, W/D. No
Approved residential buildable BRIGANTINE- 2BR, 2BA, bay view paint. $950/month. 609-553-0331.
lot. Immaculate condition. Call 609-
lot, 57x105 (6,178 sq. ft) utilities smoking, no pets. References re-
729-9698. T/H, 2 decks, F/P, C/A, laundry GALLOWAY- Private 3 bdrm, 1 bath
gas, water, sewer installed to quired. $825./mth plus electric. 609-
room, private parking, AC skyline home on 2 acres, washer/dryer,
curb, $99,000. Call 609-641- 335-5858.
views. $1,395/mth plus utilities. Avail dishwasher, eat-in-kitchen,
Welcome 3496, ForSaleByOwner.com 10/8. 610-952-1597. $1,200.00 + utilities. Call 609-576- OC- 2BR just renovated. W/D, big
2253. sunny deck, near bridge, stores.
BRIGANTINE Duplex, 1st floor,
Out Of State beach block, 2bedrooms, den, LINWOOD- 3BR, 1BA, Fireplace,
One person, $875 includes heat. No
smokers, pets. 609-399-3157.
MELBOURNE BEACH FLORIDA- 1bath, living room, kitchen, dish- Full bsmt, lg lot. $1650/mth +util. 3 bdrm single home
Winter Getaway. Magnificent 2BR washer, laundry room, washer/dry- Credit check. Nick 609-442-7147 With large yard and garage
OC- 34th & Bay, 4BR, 3.5BA, 3
Townhouse, Beach, Bay, Pools, er, gas heat, central air, no smokers decks, cathedral ceiling, fireplace, $1500/month. 215-651-3800
LINWOOD- Beautifully upgraded 2
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bedroom plus loft den/3rd bedroom, SOMERS POINT- Lovely 3BR, 1BA
for details. 609-457-6643. imum total occupancy(2) $1,000. a parking. No pets/smoking. $2,400
2.5 baths with cathedral ceilings, all rancher, W/D, newly painted, 1 block
email@example.com month plus utilities 609-351-0492 new appliances, granite counters, plus utilities. 610-659-7676.
from bay. 1st & last months + sec.
Realtors & FSBO BRIGANTINE- 2BR, duplex, 2nd fl.,
tile, hardwood floors, fireplace Up-
OC- 3BR, 1BA, 2nd floor, new refur- $1200/month. 609-653-0623
Your property, w/photo could be scale 55+ community, pool, club-
here for only $19.99. Call the private home & parking, beach house, tennis. No smoking, pets bished, W/D, covered porch, near SOMERS POINT- 2BR, 1BA bun-
classified department today for Need A Job? block. $1,050./month. Pets OK. Nice
looking, fully furnished or not. 609-
considered. Sec. deposit and credit transportation, no pets. $1300./
month plus utilities. Linda 609-703-
galow, W/D, garage, pets consid-
details. 609-383-8994 x349. or check required. $1400. Per mo. In- ered. $1100/mo + util. Suzann Mur-
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