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Council updated on roads – including new street sweeper Municipal budget also authorized during meeting By PATRICK MCDAID The Sun

During budget talks on May 12, Berlin Borough council announces that the average annual home price has increased to $235,100 and that road work will begin this summer. “What that is, is an ongoing project we’ve had in the past,” Simone explained. “In past years, we normally spend between $450,000 to $500,000 to improve roadways throughout the borough. The last few years, we’ve reduced fund-

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Berlin Borough authorized a 2022 municipal budget at a brief council meeting earlier this month that promises a minimal tax increase for residents. Finance Chairman Jake Miller said the average assessed value of homes in the borough has risen to $235,100, a $38 yearly increase. The total amount of the budget has yet to be announced. “We are [council] very happy about that [number], with all of the inflation and everything going crazy,” he said. “We’re able to get by with minimal increases for our residents.” Public Works Department Chairman Andrew Simone provided updates on road repair and construction throughout the borough, following complaints from residents about potholes. He said the bidding process for the 2021 Berlin Borough Roadways Project took place the first week of May.

ing to [between] $250,000 and $300,000. The reason for that is we get a substantial amount of funding from [NJDOT]. “Usually this covers the majority of that cost,” he added, “so we would match that and use that cost to do additional

streets. We decided as a governing body to take those additional funds and spread them out in the borough for other capital projects … We have a select number of streets that need to be improved in town, and they will be completed

over the next few years.” The borough will also get a street sweeper to routinely clean main roads and other areas. Its acquisition has been delayed until the first week of June. Councilman Jim Pierce, chairman of Public Safety, announced that the borough's ongoing “No Need to Speed” campaign will focus this month on Jackson Road this month. Like many neighboring townships, Berlin Borough – in conjunction with police – has made an effort to create safer roadways and limit speeding. For the month of April, there was one DWI arrest, 24 accidents, 140 motor vehicle citations and 107 motor vehicle stops. The meeting continued with approval of a consent agenda, with notable resolutions that included a shared-service agreement with Laurel Springs and application for a grant to fund the Berlin-Gibbsboro-Voorhees municipal alliance. Council also announced three new positions: police records clerk, crossing guard and municipal bond counsel. The next council meeting will take place on June 9 at 7 p.m.

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Borough seeks school crossing guards The Borough of Berlin is seeking to hire for the position of crossing guard. This job comes with a personal sense of satisfaction as you safeguard school children walking across busy intersections on their way to and from school. Under the direction of the Chief of Police, crossing guards are deployed in the morning and at the end of the school day. Entrusted with the safety of the borough’s school children, candidates for this position must be able to stand and walk for periods of time, are asked to meet certain physical and medical requirements, and complete training once appointed. This is a perfect job for a retired person, or anyone wishing to earn some extra income

without working a full day. If you are dependable, have transportation, and want to work a couple of hours a day, this may be the job for you! We will provide you with paid training and equipment. Applications may be obtained at the Berlin Borough Hall, Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m and 4:30 p.m. or online at www.berlinnj.org. Please submit your application to: Crossing Guard Search Committee Borough of Berlin Police Dept. 59 South White Horse Pike Berlin, NJ 08009 Application or job related questions please Contact Lt. Scheer at MScheer@berlinpolice.net or at (856) 767-4700 ext. 161.

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• Prohibited are almost all plastic carryout bags like those found at grocery stores; paper bags, but only in larger supermarkets or big-box stores with sizable grocery sections, such as Target and Walmart; and most plastic foam food containers and cups. (A restriction on plastic straws went into effect in November: They can only be provided at a customer’s request.) • All New Jersey retail, grocery, and pharmacy stores, along with restaurants and other food service businesses, are banned from giving out single-use plastic bags, as well as foam containers, with exceptions. Trash can liners, heavy-duty contractor disposal bags and other plastic garbage bags will still be available, as will sandwich and freezer bags. Again, we’re mostly talking about the smaller carry-out versions. There are some caveats. Paper bags such as those for lawn care or leaf collection will still be sold in grocery

stores and other big-box retailers like Home Depot. The Styrofoam ban includes vegetable trays and egg cartons. (Joining that list in 2024 will be containers for raw meat, poultry or fish and small cups of two ounces or less for hot foods.) Now about that dog doo. Small plastic bags you may already have at home can be used for that purpose – or for kitty litter – as well as for bathroom trash. But once you run out, you’ll need other options like biodegradable bags; small paper ones; newspaper; composting; or possibly flushing the waste, according to nj.com. Other plastic exemptions are bags used to wrap meat, produce bags for fruits and vegetables and other loose items, deli bags for sliced or prepared foods like lunch meat, dry-cleaning bags and newspaper bags. (That last one will come in handy for the dog doo, too.) For more information on the ban, visit nj.gov. For a list of businesses impacted and items banned, go to https://nj.gov/dep/plastic-ban-law/ docs/ list-of-establishments-banneditems.pdf

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Looking for a new employment opportunity? Pull out your best business attire, fill a folder with resumes and head to the Employment Weekly Job Fair. The free event is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, May 20, in the Nordstrom Corridor of the Cherry Hill Mall. Please note: this is the centralized area near the fountains and escalators, not inside any specific retailer. Businesses will be on hand showcasing both full-time and part-time job openings and other opportunities. All companies attending the event will be hiring for a range of employment opportunities. Job seekers can plan to discuss their resumes and employment aspirations on site with all businesses.

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Camden County concerts to highlight area’s green spaces Officials stress the importance of utilizing improved parks By PATRICK MCDAID The Sun

Camden County Commissioners have announced the return of the “Summer Parks” concert series this year. The outdoor concerts take place in every month of summer to highlight green spaces throughout the 2,700 acres of park land in the county. Shows and events for all ages will take place at Wiggins, Cooper and Haddon Lake parks. Camden City will also host a slew of activities with the help of “Connect the Lots,” a popular, community-driven initiative to activate Camden’s families and spur use of state parks and underutilized spaces. “Camden Night Gardens,” feature event of “Connect the Lots,” is coming Friday and will feature a blacklight party and 300-foot zip line. Vedra

Chandler, Camden’s community events director, believes the event is a perfect kickoff for the summer that will enable the community to see improvements made to the parks in recent years. “Camden (County) has been fortunate to have lots of recent investments in the parks …” she said. “‘Connect the Lots’ was formed in 2014 as an opportunity to encourage residents to enjoy some of the new spaces. It’s since grown to continue that trend … We’re also building new parks and introducing residents to those new parks.” Camden County Commissioner Jeffrey Nash looks forward to the summer events returning after a COVID pause. Much like Chandler, Nash spoke about the importance of utilizing improved outdoor spaces in the county and in Camden.

“It’s special because we recognize just how important these outdoor concerts/events are for family engagement,” he said. “... A revitalized park helps stabilize a community. It serves as an economic engine, it increases property values, enhances the quality of life, makes people want to stay, work, and live in an area. “These concerts [in the parks] are so special because they are an amenity,” Nash added. “They provide that type of free family entertainment … because it strengthens [the community].”. One non-concert event in particular Chandler highlighted is the Camden Family Fun and Fitness Day at the city’s new track and athletic field complex, site of a former minor-league baseball stadium. The workout will be led by Olympian Joetta Clark Diggs.

To stay up to date on all events, visit the county website and follow on Facebook. “Connect the Lots” will regularly update its websites to reflect changes to the summer schedule. For the full list of the “Summer Rocks” concert series, visit https://www.camdencounty.com/enjoy-camdencounty/2022-summer-concertseries/.

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Tropicana Atlantic City to debut eight food and drink outlets this year By CHUCK DARROW For The Sun If Tropicana Atlantic City is looking for a new marketing slogan, “Let’s Eat!” will definitely work. That’s because between this month and the end of the year, the 41-year-old casino-hotel will be introducing eight new hospitality operations, five of which will offer food service. The quintet of eateries includes: *Wild Honey Smokehouse and Tavern: The 5,000-square-foot casual-dining restaurant showcases various regional barbeque styles from across the country (e.g. St. Louis, Memphis). It recently had its “soft opening;” the grand opening is set for Memorial Day weekend. *Ossu Japanese Tavern: The focus is on small-plate items like yakitori and sushi (opens Memorial Day weekend). *Hash House A Go Go: The popular national chain (there’s one at the Moorestown Mall) that’s celebrated for its “twisted farm food” and large breakfast menu (opens this summer). *The Royce Social Hall: Billed as a combination American beer hall and “adult rec room,” this 10,000-squarefoot space will offer casual, shareable dishes along with a variety of games and activities including ping-pong, bowling and shuffleboard. It will occupy the long-empty space that originally housed the ill-fated Sound of Philadelphia restaurant/performance venue (opens this fall). *il Verdi: Atlantic City’s third-longest continuously operating casino restaurant (after Capriccio at Resorts Casino-Hotel and Nero’s Italian Steakhouse at Caesars Atlantic City) will move from its smallish longtime home in a somewhat hidden corner of the casino floor to a much larger space overlooking the beach and ocean that was most recently home to celebri-chef Jose Garces’ Olon (opens this fall). The remaining three new spots are all adult hangouts: The Purple Zebra,

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The past two years have been a whirlwind for Eastern sophomore Zoe Goldberg. Growing up, she lived and breathed soccer. So having played on the pitch for the first 10 years or so of her athletic career, she had dreams of continuing in the sport as she got older. But just when you think you know where you’re headed, life can throw a curveball. Often what matters is how you respond. Upon reaching Voorhees Middle School, Goldberg went out for the track team with her friends with the goal of being a sprinter, perhaps doing the 60-meter or 100-meter dash, something she thought would ultimately translate onto the soccer field when the fall season came back around. Goldberg didn’t make the sprint team. Instead, after asking the coach to be placed elsewhere on the team, she found her way into shot put and discus in throws. So began Goldberg’s response to life's obstacles. “From age 10 and on all I did was really play soccer, so if you had asked me what I thought the future would look like for me, I would’ve told you I’d be playing soccer at Eastern [High School] and in college and even be a professional soccer player oneday, that’s all I could see myself doing,” Goldberg said. “But when I first went out for track, I did it because some of my friends did and, in truth, I only really saw it as a way to build up my endurance in preparation for

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Eastern sophomore Zoe Goldberg has reached Camden County and South Jersey records with her marks in javelin over the past two years, despite originally joining track as a way to stay in shape for soccer.

the soccer season,” she added. Just a few years later, Goldberg has made throwing at Eastern her own. Upon entering high school, she went out for the track team, and for the first time was able to do javelin. Only a sophomore, Goldberg has already heaved some pretty big throws despite her smaller stature and youth. So far, her personal record is 137 feet, 7 inches, accomplished at the West Deptford Relays earlier this season. The toss, at that time, put her at the top in the state and in the top 25 all-time for South Jersey javelin throws. She made Camden County history, too; Meanwhile, Goldberg is about 11 feet short of the Vikings’ school re-

cord. The marks that she’s hit in only her second year have been nothing short of spectacular, according to Eastern head coach Mike Tangeman. “It’s simply amazing sometimes to see the marks that she hits at these meets, because it’s a discipline generally where guys or girls are typically better when they get to their junior or senior year,” he said. “It involves strength and explosiveness and things like that, so it's rare to have someone throwing so far so early. “It’s fun watching people's reactions, to see them hear that she’s only a sophomore.” In only the team’s first scrim-

mage freshman year, Goldberg hit 75 feet against Audubon, a moment that throws coach Alec Sherman remembers vividly. At that point, he was immediately aware that Goldberg was going to be an athlete to watch. As both seasons progressed, the coaching staff ’s expectations for what Goldberg could accomplish at year's end have constantly evolved. “After that first scrimmage, we were ecstatic,” Sherman said. “She threw 75 feet her first time out … We couldn’t wait to see where it went from there. By the end of the season, she had made it to the Meet of Champions and was hitting 117 feet. It just felt like, and still does feel like, she’s

constantly one upping herself. “At this point,” he added, “it’s hard to set numerical goals anymore, because she’s constantly surpassing them.” As sectionals draw closer, Goldberg has stopped setting goals for herself in terms of distance. She knows what she can hit on a good day and is committed to throwing farther. But the added pressure of fixating on a specific distance is something Goldberg isn’t interested in doing. Instead, she continues to enjoy her early success and looks forward to what might be in store. “If you had told me before the season that I would’ve hit the marks that I did in the first two weeks, when they were honestly my end goals for the season, I wouldn’t have believed you,” she said. “If I was still focusing on goals in terms of distance, I might lose that sense of fun that javelin has given me the past two years,” she added, “because you can only hit new marks for so long.” Goldberg has since quit soccer and took up volleyball in the spring before focusing on lifting and training during the winter before track season. It wasn’t long ago when she saw soccer as her main athletic focus, but after the past two years, it’s safe to say javelin is where she’s most comfortable. “It felt like a difficult decision at first, but I quit soccer so that I could commit more time specifically to track,” she explained. “Giving it up, although it was tough, was definitely for the best, because javelin has just swept me away.”


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