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DECEMBER 11–17, 2013

Montgomery falls to Franklin, 49-24

By HEATHER FIORE The Sun After several several months of discussion, the Township Committee agreed to not create a Comcast channel to broadcast its meetings. Shortly after the township began broadcasting its committee meetings online at the beginning of this year, year, resident Walt Beadling suggested the committee also broadcast the meetings via a Comcast channel for residents who don’t have Internet access or aren’t well-versed with its use. At the Township Committee’s Dec. 5 meeting, Township Administrator Donato Nieman put together a brief financial analysis, detailing how much it would cost the township to broadcast the meetings via Comcast, so committee members could discuss whether they wanted to allot the necessary funds to do so. Nieman said it would cost a total of $ 14,836 to broadcast the meetings – $11,496 to get the system up and running, $1,000 for training, and $2,340 for software

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HEATHER FIORE/The Sun A Montgomery Upper Middle School player surveys her options at UMS’ game against Franklin Middle School on Dec. 3 at UMS, where Montgomery fell to Franklin, 49-24.

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Top singer Local teen wins competition in China. PAGE 4

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11 Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Police Report . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

DECEMBER DECEMBE R 11–17, 2013 – THE MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY SUN

police report The following information was provided by the Montgomery Township Police Department. On Nov. 10, Montgomery Township Police responded to Mattawang Golf Course for a report of a burglary. An employee reported that his hunting equipment, which he stored at the golf  course maintenance shop, was stolen. Unknown actor(s) entered the facility sometime between Nov. 1 and Nov. 10 and stole an electronic micro caliber, a Primos deer blind and a Summit tree stand. The total value value of the stolen property was approximated at $450. There was no forced entry at the scene. On Nov. 15 at 12:38 p.m., Mont-

gomery Police arrested a 51-yearold female for disorderly conduct. The woman was operating a 2012 Mercedes Benz on Route 206. She was stopped for a motor vehicle violation. She exited her vehicle and refused officers’ directions. She was placed under arrest and taken to Montgomery Police Headquarters and processed. She was released and is scheduled to appear in the Montgomery Township Municipal Court. On Nov. 21 at 9:19 p.m., Montgomery Police responded to a residential burglary on Hudnut Lane. A resident returned home and noticed that an unknown person had been in their home and took

several items. The resident reported two Apple computers, a camera, two pieces of women’ women’ss  jewelry  jewe lry and $5 cash had been stolen. The resident reported the value of the items stolen to be $5,705. It appears that the incident occurred sometime between 7:10 p.m. and 9:10 p.m. on Nov. 21. It appears the suspect(s) may have entered the home through an unlocked first floor window. The Montgomery Township Police Detective Bureau is investigating. On Nov. 22, a resident from Flanders Valley Court reported someone stole $5,700 worth of   jewelry  jewe lry from her residence. residence. The theft occurred sometime between August and November.

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Montgomery Township teen named winner in 2013 Overseas Chinese Youth Singing Competition Thirteen-year-old Emily Li of  New Jersey, 21-year-old Montgomery Township was cho- pianist/vocal artist Hanbo Liu sen from a global pool of competi- (Chinese name: Liu Hanbo) of  tors to become one of two Silver West Windsor, won the Best OrigiAward winners in the 2013 Over- nal Composer Award. seas Chinese Youth Singing ComThe Overseas Chinese Youth petition in Beijing, dubbed the Song Contest is conducted by the "Water Cube Cup.” China State Council Overseas The vocal competition was Chinese Affairs Office of the Beiheld in July at the Beijing Nation-  jing Municipal Municipal Gov Governmen ernmentt and al Aquatics Center’s "Water is co-sponsored by the China Cube" amphitheater and included Youth Federation. The purpose of  thousands of contestants from the contest is to encourage and around the world, selected promote Chinese cultural learnthrough preliminary competiing among overseas children of  tions. Forty-two leading singers, Chinese descent and to enhance from the age of 1 3 to 24, were se- traditional Chinese cultural herlected to go to Beijing after preitage. liminary, semi-final and final As the youngest of all the comcompetitions earlier in the year. petitors, Emily was amazingly From the New York Division, free from stage fright. Naturally Montgomery’s own Li (her Chigifted, all her many hours hours of hard nese name is Li Anmei) worked work and training paid off, her way up the ranks to ultimatepreparing her to perform confily become one of two singers win- dently dently.. Before entering enteri ng the final ning the Silver Award, surmountsix-strong competition, she decided only by a single Gold Award  please see TEEN, page 7 winner. Another student from

Special to The Sun Emily Li during her final vocal performance at the Water Cube Cup in Beijing.

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Winter concert set for Dec. 15 Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra presents its annual winter concert to be held on Sunday, Dec. 15 at 3 p.m. The event is sponsored by Princeton Violins. The free concert is open to public. The Symphonic and Concert Orchestras are presenting works by Brahms, Bizet, Dvorak, Hofeldt and Bernard under the baton of Kawika Kahalehoe and Arvin Gopal. This will be a delight to all, as well as an inspiration to upcoming musicians in the area. The concert will take place at Montgomery High School’s performing arts center in Skillman. For more information, go to gypo.org, call (609) 683-0150 or email [email protected] com.

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Evolution of police department continues need to promote others into the vacant leadership positions. Both steps are critical to the long-term success of the department. department. Last spring, we put together a cadet recruitment process to get a  jumpstart  jumpst art on identifying new talent. Once a cadet is seMAYOR’S MESSAGE lected, it takes well more than a year for him or her to be

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from a large number of time periods, and in a multitude of styles. Interested students can apply at gpyo.o gpyo.org. rg. For further information, contact Mark Morris at [email protected] Rehearsals will begin in late January.

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Over the past year, year, one of the key tasks of the Township Committee Committee has been to take steps toward the orderly evolution of  our police department. What has triggered this process? Three senior police officers have already retired and another three or four will retire over the next year or two. With a force of about 30 officers, this represents significant turnover of our law enforcement professionals, especially for the leadership team. There is no more important service that our local government provides than protecting public health and safety. Not only do we have to replace the retiring senior officers with new personnel, but we also

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trained and become a fully active police officer. As such, we needed to start building our bench. The recruitment process attracted 200 applicants and led to the hiring of three outstanding cadets, cadets, who are currently in the county's police academy. We anticipate another recruitment process in 2014. We have also implemented a comprehension succession planning initiative. With our hiring and succession planning initiatives initiativ es in place, progress is on the right track. However, next year is going to be busy, and we will continue to focus our oversight attention on maintaining an excellent team and strong leadership within our police department. PSA PS A

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The Sun is published weekly by Elauwit Media LLC, 1330 Route 206, Suite 211, Skillman, NJ 08558. It is mailed weekly to select addresses in the 08502 ZIP code. If you are not on the mailing list, six-month subscriptions are available for $39.99. PDFs of the publication are online, free of charge. For information, please call 609-751-0245. To submit a news release, please email [email protected] For adver tising information, call 609-751-0245 or  send an email to [email protected] The Sun welcomes comments from readers – including any information about errors that may call for a correction to be printed. SPEAK UP The Sun welcomes letters from readers. Brief and to the point is best, so we look for letters that are 300 words or fewer. Include  your name, address and phone number. We do not print anonymous letters. Send letters to [email protected], via fax at 609-751-0245, or via the mail. Of course,  you can drop them off at our office, too. The Montgomery Sun reserves the right to reprint your letter in any medium – including electronically.

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Teen hopes to perform on Broadway  STUDENT Continued from page 4 ed to sing the Chinese classic "Impression West Lake.” She excelled in her performance and won the  judges’ unanimou unanimouss approval approval and the audience’s hearts. "My mom is from Hangzhou, China; she has such a love of the native plants plants and trees of this area, which will always be her home,” Li said. “I sing this song for my mother who misses Hangzhou very much. But I also sing it for Hangzhou." Emily has become well known among the student population in her hometown of Montgomery,

where she attended school since pre-school, with the exception of  first grade, when she returned to China for a year with her family. She is currently beginning her freshman year at the Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville. Emily has won numerous awards since she started stage performance at age 10. Last year at Montgomery’s Upper Middle School, Emily was selected for one of the lead roles in the three-hour Broadway musical, "Babes in Arms,” playing the likeable and spunky heroine Bunny, and singing popular standards including, “That’s Why The Lady is a Tramp.” She also played Lucy in "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" at Montgomery’s Upper Middle

School in 2012. She performed a solo celebrating "the essence of  Chinese performing arts" at the Confucius Institute’s 5th Anniversary of the Rutgers UniverUniversity Celebration held on Nov. 4, 2012 at Nicholas Music Center of  the Rutgers University in New Brunswick. In 2011, she performed a featured solo during a month-long celebration celebration of the Chinese New Year in Flushing, N.Y. In the future, Emily plans to perform perfor m on Broadway Broadway.. We wish her much success in all her future endeavors and feel certain she will continue to reach her dreams, based upon the energy, talent, poise and determination she exhibited “at the Water Cube Cup.”

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DEC. 11 Super Secret Gifts : Grades 3 to 5. 5 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. at the Mary Jacobs Library. Are you running a little low on money but still want to give great gifts? Look no further than our super secret gifts program, where you can create a super secret wrapped gift for family or friends and have a blast doing it. Registration required. Call (609) 92 924-707 4-7073, 3, ext. 5 to register. Board of Health meeting: 7:30 p.m. in the courtroom. For more information and to confirm meeting time, visit www.montgomery.nj. us. Open Space Committee meeting: 6:30 p.m. in the meeting room. For more information and to confirm meeting time, visit www.montgomery.nj.us.

WANT TO BE LISTED? Send information by mail to: Calendar Calendar,, The Sun, 1330 Route 206, Suite 211, Skillman, NJ 08558. Or by email: [email protected] sun.com. Or you can submit a calendar listing through our website (www.themontgomerysun.com ). required.

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East Coast Style Quartet: 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Mary Jacobs Library. Join us for a seasonal concert by the award-winning East Coast Style Quartet. Tenor Sara Meek, Lead Barbara Carfolite, Baritone Kat Britt and Bass Janel McNally bring their sweet harmonies and barbershop favorites for a one-hour performance. These local ladies will delight the entire family. Registration is suggested. Call (609) 924-7073, ext. 4 to register.

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Story Time: Ages 2 to 6. 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the Mary Jacobs Library. Join us for stories, songs and more. This week’s theme is “Baby Talk.” No registration

Rhyme Time: Ages newborn to 2. 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. at the Mary Jacobs Library. Join us for nursery rhymes and fun time. No reg-

DEC. 14 Saturday Sing Along with Pat : Ages 1 to 4. 10:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Mary Jacobs Library Library.. Join us for a special holiday sing along with Pat McKinley. No registration required. Call (609) 9247073, ext. 5 for more information.

DEC. 16 Crafts for Little Hands: Ages 2 to 6. 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. or 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Join us for crafting with a special theme. This week’s theme is “Snowflake Prints.” Dress for mess. Both classes are the same. Registration required. Call (609) 92 924-707 4-7073, 3, ext. 5 to reg-

Montgomery Township Planning Board meeting: 7:30 p.m. in the courtroom. For more information and to confirm meeting time, visit www.montgomery.nj.us.

DEC. 17 Morning Book Discussion: 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Mary Jacobs library. This month's book selection is “The Flight of Gemma Hardy; a novel” by Margot Livesey. Taken from her native Iceland to Scotland in the early 1950s when her widower father drowns at sea, young Gemma Hardy comes to live with her kindly uncle and his family. But his death leaves Gemma under the care of her resentful aunt, and she suddenly finds herself an unwelcome guest. Surviving oppressive years at a strict private school, Gemma ultimately finds a job as an au pair to the 8year-old niece of Mr. Sinclair on the Orkney Islands, and here, at the mysterious and remote Blackbird Hall, Gemma’s greatest trial

begins. Read the book and join the discussion. For more information or for help obtaining a copy of the book, visit the adult reference desk or call (60 9) 924-7073, 924-7073, ext. 4. Toddler Sing with Pat : Ages 1 to 3. 10:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Mary Jacobs Library. Join us for sing along fun with Pat McKinley. No registration required. Teen Advisory Board Meeting: Grades 6 to 12. 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Mary Jacobs Library. The library wants your great ideas. Tell us what you think of new teen books. New members are always welcome. TAB participants will earn community service hours. Munchies will be served. No registration required. License Appeals Board meeting: 7 p.m. in the meeting room. For more information and to confirm meeting time, visit www.montgomery.nj.us. Zoning Board of Adjustment meeting: 7:30 p.m. in the court room. For more information and to confirm meeting time, visit www.montgomery.nj.us.

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Cost to broadcast meetings on TV would be $14,836 COST Continued from page 1 and its maintenance on an annual basis. “There’s no cost for staff there, but we’d have to assign someone to keep the scroll updated,” Nieman said. Mayor Ed Trzaska, who wasn’t in favor of this expenditure when Beadling first brought it to the committee’s attention some six months or so ago, said he still doesn’t support it because the township doesn’t have the money to afford it right now. “There are going to be signifi-

cant and serious changes soon,” he said. “We know health-care costs are going up incredibly this year, and we’re still working on the evolution evolution of the police department, so right now, I don’t support it. It’s money we don’t have.” Committee members Rich Smith and Christine Madrid agreed with Trzaska. “We don’t have $14,000 to spend; if we do, something else is getting cut,” Smith said. “We supplied the ability to see our meetings online. I applaud Walt’s tenacity to keep coming here, but if there were 50 or 100 other people from the 23,000 people we have in town here asking for this or requesting this, it would mean a little bit more. The fact that there’s

one person doing it; we have to weigh that into account, so at this point, I can’t support doing that.” Madrid said she doesn’t see the point in spending more money to duplicate a “superior” service the township already has. Beadling, who attempted to further persuade the committee, said he would be willing to lease the necessary equipment to broadcast the meetings on TV to the township, which would bring the annual cost down to between $2,000 and $3,000. “I recognize the fact that budgets are tight, so I would make this offer,” he said. “I think there are three reasons that it’s important we broadcast the meetings on the Comcast network. One, it’s a pub-

lic safety issue. “This is another layer of communications system; we can’t count on all systems being available, so having as many channels of communication available available is  just prudent. Second, Second, this woul would d be another way to let people know what’s happening in the town. And finally, it provides openness of government and public access. access.

My feeling is it’s not as open as it could be; could be open to more people.” Beadling said he started an informal petition, and every resident he spoke with said they’d be in favor of having the meetings broadcasted on Comcast. He said he might begin an online petition to try to gather other residents’opinions.

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