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Cherry Hill Township Weekly Briefing, June 19 to 26, 2015

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Cherry Hill Township
Welcome to the latest installment of the Mayor's Weekly Briefing, which contains a recap of Township news, special events and community activities. I hope you'll join us at these events, sign up to receive e-mail updates, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Cherry Hill cleans up following strong summer storm Storm damage briefing
As you know, this week, the South Jersey community was ravaged by a fast-moving but incredibly strong summer storm that knocked down trees and wires and took out power to tens of thousands of households and businesses in our region. Here in Cherry Hill, our first responders, public works personnel and emergency management officials have worked tirelessly since Tuesday night responding to calls for service and working to clear local roads in an effort to restore normalcy to our lives. Slowly but surely, roads that have been closed since early this week are being reopened, and the number of residents who remain without electricity is declining. Be sure to follow Cherry Hill Township and Cherry Hill Police on Facebook for up-to-date information. At this time, PSE&G expects to have service restored for all Cherry Hill residents by 10 p.m. Friday. Residents in some areas may experience intermittent power outages while PSE&G works to fully restore service. If you need to report an outage, call PSE&G directly at (800) 436-7734, or text OUT to 47734. To check the status of your restoration, text STAT to 47734.  

Thank you to our Police, Fire and Public Works personnel thank you
On a related note, I want to thank the hundreds of police, fire, EMS, emergency management and public works personnel who have worked almost around-the-clock this week. From 6 p.m. Tuesday to 3 p.m. Wednesday, the CHPD’s 9-1-1 call center received 1,400 phone calls, and officers responded to approximately 500 calls for service. Fire Department personnel responded to an additional 100 calls during that same period. These departments have worked closely together to respond to all storm-related issues throughout the week, and have done an incredible job. I also want to thank all of our residents for your continued patience and cooperation throughout what has been a difficult time for many. This week’s storm has been a reminder that it is important to always be prepared for an emergency that could strike at any time. If you haven’t already done so, visit www.Ready.gov for helpful tips to develop an emergency plan for your family, and important supplies to keep on hand so you are prepared for any situation.

Township relaxes yard-waste rules, opens food-waste dumpster
In light of the significant clean-up efforts facing our residents following Tuesday’s storm, the Department of Public Works has expanded services to help residents dispose of branches and storm-related yard waste and spoiled food ahead of their next scheduled trash collection. From tomorrow until Friday, July 10, DPW will relax regulations for disposing of yard waste. Residents must call Public Works at (856) 424-4422 to register, but during this special collection period, we will collect any debris that you can move to the curb. Additionally, a dumpster has been placed in the cul-de-sac outside of the Public Works Complex (1 Perina Blvd.) for residents to dispose of spoiled food ahead of their regularly scheduled trash collection. Click here to learn more.

Mayor Cahn hosts community meeting for Woodcrest residents Woodcrest Meeting for Briefing
On Wednesday night, I joined Council Vice President Sara Lipsett and Council members Brian Bauerle and Melinda Kane and dozens of Woodcrest residents for a special community meeting at Woodcrest Country Club. This was the latest in a series of community meetings I've hosted and attended in the last several months in an effort to interact and engage with residents in neighborhoods across Cherry Hill. More than 50 people were on hand to discuss a number of issues and initiatives related to Woodcrest, including the Township's recent settlement agreement to purchase development rights to the Country Club property and preserve it forever as a golf course or for other open space/recreational purposes. Thank you to the Country Club staff for hosting the event, and to the residents for coming out with their questions and feedback. I look forward to meeting with residents in other areas in the coming months, as well! 

Mayor Cahn, CHPD lead community walk for Charleston Walk for Charleston for Briefing
On Tuesday morning, I was proud to stand alongside Cherry Hill Police Chief Bud Monaghan, members of the Cherry Hill Police Department, and more than 100 members of our community for a very special Walk with the Mayor at Cherry Hill Mall. Originally scheduled as a Walk with the Mayor and Cherry Hill Police, meant to allow residents to interact directly with Chief Monaghan and our officers, Tuesday's event took on a much greater significance in the wake of the tragic and senseless shootings a
Walk for Charleston (2) little over a week ago in Charleston, S.C. We welcomed residents from across the community, including a number of local clergy members. While more than a week has passed since the tragedy in Charleston, we as Americans need to stand together against the kind of hatred, bigotry and ignorance that resulted in the loss of nine innocent lives. We continue to send our thoughts and prayers to the people of Charleston, and especially to the families of those killed. Thank you to all who joined us on Tuesday, particularly Chief Monaghan and the members our Police Department. They are truly among the best in the nation, and certainly in New Jersey, and I'm proud to support them in all that they do. Click here for photos of the event.
  
Software upgrade to limit construction office services on Tuesday
The Township Construction Office will operate with limited functionality on Tuesday, June 30, as we implement new software in the department. From noon until 5 p.m., staff will be available for walk-in visitors and to accept permit applications; however, applications and permits will not be processed until the next business day. Customers should plan accordingly. The office will reopen with full functionality for normal business hours on Wednesday, July 1. We apologize for any inconvenience, but are eager to implement this new software, which will ultimately streamline the construction inspection and permitting process, making it faster and more efficient for residents, contractors and the Township. 

Lane closures continue next week on Haddonfield-Berlin Road  Road Work art
Lane restrictions will continue next week on on Haddonfield-Berlin Road (CR 561) near the Downs Farm Swim Club, as part of a weeks-long highway project by the Camden County Department of Public Works. Traffic has been reduced from four lanes to two, with the outer lane in each direction closed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for approximately three weeks. Cherry Hill Police will be on location; delays are possible and motorists are advised to take an alternate route until work is completed. Click here for more information.

'Savor' the Date: Cherry Hill Restaurant Week returns Aug. 16-23 Restaurant Week logo for Briefing (2)
I am very pleased to announce that Restaurant Week will be returning  to Cherry Hill later this summer, with a week of specials coming to eateries across the Township from Aug. 16-23. For one week, participating restaurants will offer patrons a special prix-fixe ($25 or $35), 3-course menu, with lunch options available in most locations, as well. This is an exciting opportunity to promote local businesses, while giving our residents a chance to enjoy a special meal at a great price. Look for more information, including a list of participating restaurants, sample menus, and updates to the Cherry Hill Restaurant Week website, Facebook page and Twitter account (@CHRestaurantWk) in the coming weeks. And be sure to save up your appetite for the week of Aug. 16! 

Upcoming events and activities at the Cherry Hill Public Library 
As a reminder to all residents, the library will be closed on Sundays through Sept. 20. In the meantime, please join us for these free special events at the Cherry Hill Public Library, 1100 N. Kings Hwy.:
  • CHPL Summer Reading is here!
    The Cherry Hill Public Library’s super hero themed summer reading program is here! Not just for kids, CHPL invites readers of all ages to track what they read to be eligible to win raffles and other prizes now through Aug. 22. Click here to register online and start tracking your reading today!
  • Film Screening: 'Tapped'
    6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 30
    This award-winning documentary explores the health and environmental dangers of plastic water bottles with a searing, in-depth look at the toxic chemicals used to make the plastic, the exploitation of water sources, and the devastating health impact of water bottle consumption. With only 20% of bottled beverages actually recycled in the USA, Tapped explores the mounds of water bottles garbage we as a nation consume. Take a tapped versus bottled water taste test and participate in a brief discussion after the film about actions individuals can take. This event is co-sponsored by Sustainable Cherry Hill. No registration required. 
  • Pride at the Library: The Trans Oral History Project  Library logo small
    7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 30

    PFLAG Collingswood member Dominica Deal will present the Trans Oral History Project, a community-driven effort to collect and share a diverse range of stories from within the transgender and gender variant communities. They accomplish this by promoting grassroots media projects, documenting trans people’s experiences, maintaining a publicly accessible digital archive, and teaching media production skills.
  • Introduction to Branding
    6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 1  
    What five  ideas, emotions, or concepts that you think represent you best? This is the core concept in organizational and personal branding. Learn how to assess, improve, and shape your brand, or else you may find that it has already been shaped for you, and not necessarily in the way that you had intended. Click here to register. 
  • Find It! Consumer Reports and More
    7-8 p.m. Wednesday, July 1
    What are databases? Did you know that with your library card you have access to over 30 databases? Consumer Reports, Heritage Quest, newspapers and many more. In this class you will learn what databases we have available and how to search them. Basic computer skills required. Please bring your library card number. Click here to register.
  • Library Closed
    Friday, July 3 and 4
    Library closed in observance of Independence Day
This is just a snapshot of the hundreds of events, activities and cultural programs held at the Library throughout the year. Click here for a full events calendar, and visit www.chplnj.org to sign up for the library's e-newsletter, renew books, place holds, pay fines and much more. Stay connected by following the Library on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. For more information, call (856) 667-0300, or e-mail info@chplnj.org.

Seniors: Storm shows importance of being prepared CodeRED

As this week demonstrated, it is important for all of us – and particularly our most vulnerable populations, including children, seniors and those with mobility issues – it is critically important to be prepared for any situation that may come our way. It’s easy to forget how much we rely on things like electricity and technology to communicate with others. For some people, a cell phone is their only phone. But as we witnessed on Tuesday, cell phone service and power lines are easily affected and can take hours or days to restore. In all cases, it's important to keep charging components that adapt to your car. It’s also very important to prepare an emergency kit and plan to keep yourself, your family and your pets safe in case of an emergency. Items such as shelf-stable food, bottled water, batteries and extra medication (if you require any) are important to keep on hand. Ready.gov is a valuable resource to help you assemble and emergency kit and an emergency plan for yourself and your family. As an additional step, be sure to sign up for Cherry Hill Township’s Code Red emergency notification system, which can alert residents by text message, e-mail and phone call in case of a serious emergency in your neighborhood, or Township-wide. To learn more about Code Red, visit www.CherryHill-NJ.com/CodeRed or contact the Office of Emergency Management at (856) 432-8836, or KSeta@cherryhillpolice.com. To learn more about senior services in Cherry Hill, contact Senior Services Program Coordinator Gaye Pino at (856) 661-4800 or gpino@chtownship.com.

The latest news from the Cherry Hill School District
Stay up-to-date on the latest news and other important information in the Cherry Hill School District's e-news. Click here for the latest edition.

Follow Cherry Hill on Facebook, Twitter and by e-mail
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For up-to-the-minute updates on any subject, call my office at (856) 488-7878, visit our municipal website at www.CherryHill-NJ.com, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter. If you know someone who would like to receive our e-mail updates, please refer them to the "Notify Me" section of our website.

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Welcome to the latest installment of the Mayor's Weekly Briefing, which contains a recap of Township news, special events and community activities. I hope you'll join us at these events, sign up to receive e-mail updates, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Cherry Hill cleans up following strong summer storm

As you know, this week, the South Jersey community was ravaged by a fast-moving but incredibly strong summer storm that knocked down trees and wires and took out power to tens of thousands of households and businesses in our region. Here in Cherry Hill, our first responders, public works personnel and emergency management officials have worked tirelessly since Tuesday night responding to calls for service and working to clear local roads in an effort to restore normalcy to our lives. Slowly but surely, roads that have been closed since early this week are being reopened, and the number of residents who remain without electricity is declining. Be sure to follow Cherry Hill Township and Cherry Hill Police on Facebook for up-to-date information. At this time, PSE&G expects to have service restored for all Cherry Hill residents by 10 p.m. Friday. Residents in some areas may experience intermittent power outages while PSE&G works to fully restore service. If you need to report an outage, call PSE&G directly at (800) 436-7734, or text OUT to 47734. To check the status of your restoration, text STAT to 47734.

Thank you to our Police, Fire and Public Works personnel

On a related note, I want to thank the hundreds of police, fire, EMS, emergency management and public works personnel who have worked almost around-the-clock this week. From 6 p.m. Tuesday to 3 p.m. Wednesday, the CHPD’s 9-1-1 call center received 1,400 phone calls, and officers responded to approximately 500 calls for service. Fire Department personnel responded to an additional 100 calls during that same period. These departments have worked closely together to respond to all storm-related issues throughout the week, and have done an incredible job. I also want to thank all of our residents for your continued patience and cooperation throughout what has been a difficult time for many. This week’s storm has been a reminder that it is important to always be prepared for an emergency that could strike at any time. If you haven’t already done so, visit www.Ready.gov [http://www.ready.gov/] for helpful tips to develop an emergency plan for your family, and important supplies to keep on hand so you are prepared for any situation.

Township relaxes yard-waste rules, opens food-waste dumpster

In light of the significant clean-up efforts facing our residents following Tuesday’s storm, the Department of Public Works has expanded services to help residents dispose of branches and storm-related yard waste and spoiled food ahead of their next scheduled trash collection. From tomorrow until Friday, July 10, DPW will relax regulations for disposing of yard waste. Residents must call Public Works at (856) 424-4422 to register, but during this special collection period, we will collect any debris that you can move to the curb. Additionally, a dumpster has been placed in the cul-de-sac outside of the Public Works Complex (1 Perina Blvd.) for residents to dispose of spoiled food ahead of their regularly scheduled trash collection. Click here [http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=746] to learn more.

Mayor Cahn hosts community meeting for Woodcrest residents

On Wednesday night, I joined Council Vice President Sara Lipsett and Council members Brian Bauerle and Melinda Kane and dozens of Woodcrest residents for a special community meeting at Woodcrest Country Club. This was the latest in a series of community meetings I've hosted and attended in the last several months in an effort to interact and engage with residents in neighborhoods across Cherry Hill. More than 50 people were on hand to discuss a number of issues and initiatives related to Woodcrest, including the Township's recent settlement agreement to purchase development rights to the Country Club property and preserve it forever as a golf course or for other open space/recreational purposes. Thank you to the Country Club staff for hosting the event, and to the residents for coming out with their questions and feedback. I look forward to meeting with residents in other areas in the coming months, as well!


Mayor Cahn, CHPD lead community walk for Charleston
On Tuesday morning, I was proud to stand alongside Cherry Hill Police Chief Bud Monaghan, members of the Cherry Hill Police Department, and more than 100 members of our community for a very special Walk with the Mayor at Cherry Hill Mall. Originally scheduled as a Walk with the Mayor and Cherry Hill Police, meant to allow residents to interact directly with Chief Monaghan and our officers, Tuesday's event took on a much greater significance in the wake of the tragic and senseless shootings a little over a week ago in Charleston, S.C. We welcomed residents from across the community, including a number of local clergy members. While more than a week has passed since the tragedy in Charleston, we as Americans need to stand together against the kind of hatred, bigotry and ignorance that resulted in the loss of nine innocent lives. We continue to send our thoughts and prayers to the people of Charleston, and especially to the families of those killed. Thank you to all who joined us on Tuesday, particularly Chief Monaghan and the members our Police Department. They are truly among the best in the nation, and certainly in New Jersey, and I'm proud to support them in all that they do. Click here [https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10153468704619656&id=134342599655] for photos of the event.

Software upgrade to limit construction office services on Tuesday

The Township Construction Office will operate with limited functionality on Tuesday, June 30, as we implement new software in the department. From noon until 5 p.m., staff will be available for walk-in visitors and to accept permit applications; however, applications and permits will not be processed until the next business day. Customers should plan accordingly. The office will reopen with full functionality for normal business hours on Wednesday, July 1. We apologize for any inconvenience, but are eager to implement this new software, which will ultimately streamline the construction inspection and permitting process, making it faster and more efficient for residents, contractors and the Township.

Lane closures continue next week on Haddonfield-Berlin Road

Lane restrictions will continue next week on on Haddonfield-Berlin Road (CR 561) near the Downs Farm Swim Club, as part of a weeks-long highway project by the Camden County Department of Public Works. Traffic has been reduced from four lanes to two, with the outer lane in each direction closed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for approximately three weeks. Cherry Hill Police will be on location; delays are possible and motorists are advised to take an alternate route until work is completed. Click here [http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=737] for more information.

'Savor' the Date: Cherry Hill Restaurant Week returns Aug. 16-23

I am very pleased to announce that Restaurant Week will be returning to Cherry Hill later this summer, with a week of specials coming to eateries across the Township from Aug. 16-23. For one week, participating restaurants will offer patrons a special prix-fixe ($25 or $35), 3-course menu, with lunch options available in most locations, as well. This is an exciting opportunity to promote local businesses, while giving our residents a chance to enjoy a special meal at a great price. Look for more information, including a list of participating restaurants, sample menus, and updates to the Cherry Hill Restaurant Week website, Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/CherryHillRestaurantWeek?fref=ts] and Twitter account [https://twitter.com/CHRestaurantWk] (@CHRestaurantWk) in the coming weeks. And be sure to save up your appetite for the week of Aug. 16!

Upcoming events and activities at the Cherry Hill Public Library


As a reminder to all residents, the library will be closed on Sundays through Sept. 20. In the meantime, please join us for these free special events at the Cherry Hill Public Library, 1100 N. Kings Hwy.:


CHPL Summer Reading is here!

The Cherry Hill Public Library’s super hero themed summer reading program is here! Not just for kids, CHPL invites readers of all ages to track what they read to be eligible to win raffles and other prizes now through Aug. 22. Click here [http://www.eventkeeper.com/litkeeper/index.cfm?curOrg=CHPLNJ&curHelp=off] to register online and start tracking your reading today!

Film Screening: 'Tapped'

6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 30

This award-winning documentary explores the health and environmental dangers of plastic water bottles with a searing, in-depth look at the toxic chemicals used to make the plastic, the exploitation of water sources, and the devastating health impact of water bottle consumption. With only 20% of bottled beverages actually recycled in the USA, Tapped explores the mounds of water bottles garbage we as a nation consume. Take a tapped versus bottled water taste test and participate in a brief discussion after the film about actions individuals can take. This event is co-sponsored by Sustainable Cherry Hill [http://www.sustainablecherryhill.org/] . No registration required.

Pride at the Library: The Trans Oral History Project

7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 30

PFLAG Collingswood member Dominica Deal will present the Trans Oral History Project [http://transoralhistory.com/about/] , a community-driven effort to collect and share a diverse range of stories from within the transgender and gender variant communities. They accomplish this by promoting grassroots media projects, documenting trans people’s experiences, maintaining a publicly accessible digital archive, and teaching media production skills.

Introduction to Branding

6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 1

What five ideas, emotions, or concepts that you think represent you best? This is the core concept in organizational and personal branding. Learn how to assess, improve, and shape your brand, or else you may find that it has already been shaped for you, and not necessarily in the way that you had intended. Click here [http://host6.evanced.info/cherryhill/evanced/eventsignup.asp?ID=6577&rts=&disptype=&ret=eventcalendar.asp&pointer=&returnToSearch=&num=0&ad=&dt=mo&mo=7/1/2015&df=calendar&EventType=ALL&Lib=&AgeGroup=ALL&LangType=0&WindowMode=&noheader=&lad=&pub=1&nopub=&pa] to register.

Find It! Consumer Reports and More

7-8 p.m. Wednesday, July 1

What are databases? Did you know that with your library card you have access to over 30 databases? Consumer Reports, Heritage Quest, newspapers and many more. In this class you will learn what databases we have available and how to search them. Basic computer skills required. Please bring your library card number. Click here [http://host6.evanced.info/cherryhill/evanced/eventsignup.asp?ID=6745&rts=&disptype=&ret=eventcalendar.asp&pointer=&returnToSearch=&num=0&ad=&dt=mo&mo=7/1/2015&df=calendar&EventType=ALL&Lib=&AgeGroup=ALL&LangType=0&WindowMode=&noheader=&lad=&pub=1&nopub=&pa] to register.

Library Closed

Friday, July 3 and 4

Library closed in observance of Independence Day

This is just a snapshot of the hundreds of events, activities and cultural programs held at the Library throughout the year. Click here for a full events calendar, and visit www.chplnj.org [http://www.chplnj.org/] to sign up for the library's e-newsletter, renew books, place holds, pay fines and much more. Stay connected by following the Library on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. For more information, call (856) 667-0300, or e-mail info@chplnj.org [mailto:info@chplnj.org] .

Seniors: Storm shows importance of being prepared
As this week demonstrated, it is important for all of us – and particularly our most vulnerable populations, including children, seniors and those with mobility issues – it is critically important to be prepared for any situation that may come our way. It’s easy to forget how much we rely on things like electricity and technology to communicate with others. For some people, a cell phone is their only phone. But as we witnessed on Tuesday, cell phone service and power lines are easily affected and can take hours or days to restore. In all cases, it's important to keep charging components that adapt to your car. It’s also very important to prepare an emergency kit and plan to keep yourself, your family and your pets safe in case of an emergency. Items such as shelf-stable food, bottled water, batteries and extra medication (if you require any) are important to keep on hand. Ready.gov [http://ready.gov/] is a valuable resource to help you assemble and emergency kit and an emergency plan for yourself and your family. As an additional step, be sure to sign up for Cherry Hill Township’s Code Red emergency notification system, which can alert residents by text message, e-mail and phone call in case of a serious emergency in your neighborhood, or Township-wide. To learn more about Code Red, visit www.CherryHill-NJ.com/CodeRed [http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/899/Sign-up-for-CodeRED-Emergency-Notificati] or contact the Office of Emergency Management at (856) 432-8836, or KSeta@cherryhillpolice.com [mailto:] . To learn more about senior services in Cherry Hill, contact Senior Services Program Coordinator Gaye Pino at (856) 661-4800 or gpino@chtownship.com [mailto:] .

The latest news from the Cherry Hill School District


Stay up-to-date on the latest news and other important information in the Cherry Hill School District's e-news. Click here [http://www.cherryhill.k12.nj.us/news/news/enews.cfm] for the latest edition.

Follow Cherry Hill on Facebook, Twitter and by e-mail


There are many avenues for you to get updates on what's going on in Cherry Hill.


You can like us on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cherry-Hill-Township/134342599655?fref=ts] ;

You can follow us on Twitter [https://twitter.com/CherryHillTwp] and Instagram [http://instagram.com/cherryhilltwp/] @CherryHillTwp;

You can sign up to receive e-mail updates by clicking "Notify Me" on our website.


For up-to-the-minute updates on any subject, call my office at (856) 488-7878, visit our municipal website at www.CherryHill-NJ.com, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter. If you know someone who would like to receive our e-mail updates, please refer them to the "Notify Me" section of our website.

Sincerely,


Chuck Cahn


Mayor








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