Monday, March 3, 2008
Township Of Edgewater Park Work Session Tuesday 3/4/08 7 PM
I hope everyone had a good weekend and I am glad we dodged the Snow predicted for last Friday night.
If you get a chance, check out the new sign on the Cooper St. farm house. I also loved the message on the mobil sign. Guess who is reading the blog. Organic eggs are still on sale. I wonder who regulates the selling of organic eggs?
It does my hart glad to see our code enforcement officials hard at work.
I guess the Township re-zoned the block between Green St. and Hendrickson Ave. for Commercial Business. That must be the reason for Township Committee pushing to move the Fire Commission and allegedly (according to the Mayor) the Sewer Authority to the Water Company House on Cooper St.
I wonder if the township is planning to take some of the farm for parking, or could the Committee be planning to have a municipal zoo at the farm?
The Township Committee could use the open space tax they have been collecting for the past 7 years to buy it. This must be what the future revitalization plan for Cooper St. is all about. Just think, our own Disney like theme park on Cooper Street. We already have the "Historic Dunks Ferry Inn", or is that two "Historic Dunks Ferry Inn's". I can't keep track of them.
We could have a monorail running from Historic Dunks Ferry (Beverly for you less enlightened folks) to the Light Rail Station and then on to the Zoo (see photo in 1/30/08 Post) where the visitors could blend in with Zoo animals.
John Alexander and Committeeman Tom Pullion could use the Historic Dunks Ferry Inn for the catering business.
Our Mayor could be the "Lunch Lady" at the Historic Dunks Ferry Inn (think of the memories for the past students of Magowan School).
Our Administrator/Clerk (maybe soon to be Business Administrator CFO) could do ticket sales and keep the books.
Committeeman Daly would be Zoo Security (he has connections with the State Police and the IRA).
If John isn't to busy in Burlington City, he could also do the Public Relations. Committeewoman Atzert could sell t-shirts and the Concessions (If the Administrator lets her). Finally, Committeeman Johnson who, because he is nice person, will get the job to clean up the shi----t.
Just think of the money the Township could make, and how it could reduce our taxes. What a vision for our town, and with the 350 new homes Committeeman Daly said are coming, the zoo wouldn't lack for customers, or exhibits.
Well just a thought,
The Edgewater Park Reporter