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September 27, 2010
Penfield Supervisor's Column Week of Sep 27

Update... "Making Sense of Leaf Management"! Penfield is committed to work with the County of Monroe and other eastside towns to see if there is an opportunity to establish an eastside leaf recycling program. We will explore locations, costs, Department of Environmental Conservation rules and regulations, and more. The sensitivity continues to be on the cost to taxpayers. This eastside recycling concept is nothing that could be accomplished in 2010, rather an idea that could be explored for future years. More information will be provided as we have further conversations with all the involved stakeholders.

On Monday, October 4, Alternatives for Battered Women (ABW) will hold a press conference as part of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month in a joint-effort with the Rochester/Monroe County Domestic Violence Consortium. ABW is the only licensed provider of services in Monroe County for women and children who are victims of, or who are at risk of, domestic violence. Domestic violence is unacceptable in any form; for more information on ABW and the services provided, please log on to www.abwrochester.org .

The Town Board will be holding a public hearing on the 2011 Preliminary Budget on Wednesday, October 6 at 7:30 PM in the auditorium at the Town Hall. All residents are encouraged to attend to speak on behalf of the budget. If you are unable to attend, tune into PCTV Channel 12 or log on to www.penfield.org  to watch the streaming video of the meeting.

Beginning September 26 and running through October 22, the Penfield Art Association will be exhibiting their work at the Legacy at Willow Pond. Show hours are 9AM-7PM throughout the entire event. The meet and greet Artists Reception and Awards Ceremony will be held on October 22 from 7-9 PM. I have been honored by the Art Association to be the judge and presenter for the "Best Penfield Scene" and look forward to this wonderful show.

Wanted...200 players! The Penfield Rotary's Annual Charity Euchre Tournament is scheduled for Friday, October 22 at 6 PM. Proceeds will benefit Camp Haccamo, College Scholarships, Scouts, Penfield Food Cupboard, and the world-wide elimination of Polio. For more information, log on to www.penfieldrotary.org  .

You have heard me refer to our six business districts and the fact that we have "spotlighted" them at the Town board meetings. Five of the six have been highlighted to date; Historic Four Corners, Lloyd's Corners, North Penfield Crossroads, LaSalle's Landing, and the Browncroft-Blossom-Creek District. The last one to be "spotlighted" will be Panorama Valley in early November. Healthy businesses make for a healthy community. (view video online here)

Through some creativity by our PCTV staff, we added a seventh business district known as the Farming District. This district was featured at our last Town Board meeting and was a hit. (If you missed it watch for rebroadcasts on PCTV or view it online any time at www.penfield.org, quick links, video by PCTV, Penfield farming.) Local farms and farm markets were highlighted and fit right in with the current fall harvest and a wonderful Penfield Heritage Festival to be held on Saturday, October 16 at Rothfuss Park. The Rothfuss Family has been farming in Penfield for generations. Come join in on the fun, there will be something for everyone; I'll see you on the horse drawn hayride!

Mark your calendars for October 9 at 7 PM for Penfield's Historic Ghost Walk. This program, hosted by the Penfield Local history Room and Recreation Department, will be fun and educational. Meet many spirits along the way including Daniel and Mary Penfield, our Town's founders. Do not be afraid, they are here as friends and teachers, ready to tell a story of this great community. Reservations can be made ahead of time by calling 340-8655. There is a small fee of $5/ticket.

Too many good things to share and not enough space, it looks like I will have to speak with the local editor of the "Penfield Post" to reserve a full page for the print version of this column! Until next week, please consider performing a random act of kindness for a neighbor or fellow resident. You will be amazed at the payback you will feel for something very small like holding a door open, a simple good morning or hello, or returning a garbage tote from the street curb to the garage door.

Tony
www.supervisor@penfield.org

 


September 22, 2010
Fall Drop-off Oct 14-16

The Town of Penfield is hosting its annual Fall Drop-Off Thursday, October 14 through Saturday, October 16 at the Penfield Highway Garage, 1607 Jackson Road. Hours are Thursday and Friday, 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, and Saturday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. This service is for Penfield residents only. Proof of residency will be checked at the gate.

The Penfield Highway Department hosts a Spring and Fall Drop-Off each year, allowing residents to dispose of broken or damaged items that are taking up space around the house, yard or garage.

"You will see this and future drop-offs take on a more green-friendly approach," said Supervisor Tony LaFountain. "Penfield is taking the lead on reducing the amount of solid waste that flows into land fills. We are asking residents to look for ways to reuse and recycle items before bringing them to the highway garage for disposal. We will seek partners to receive donations and recycling for this and future events to give residents effective alternatives to land-filling their unwanted materials."

Acceptable household waste for Fall Drop-off includes furniture, appliances (including refrigerators, TVs, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, and air conditioners), lawn mowers with fluids drained, car tires (limit four per resident), vehicle batteries, broken concrete, brush, and other unwanted items for proper disposal.

Note: The Town will continue to accept TVs at Fall Drop-Off. However, residents are encouraged to donate them when possible so they may be better used or re-used. (See a few alternatives below.*)

Items that are NOT accepted include computers, computer monitors, grass clippings, leaves, propane tanks, chemical drums, hazardous materials, gasoline, motor oil, paint, driveway sealer or any motorized vehicle. For information on Household Hazardous Waste disposal contact Monroe County DES at 753-7600 (option #3).


* The Town of Penfield does not endorse any specific business or non-profit. Here are just a few alternative disposal suggestions:

-Best Buy will accept and recycle any electronic device, including TVs and PC monitors. A $10 recycling fee is required, but readily reimbursed with a $10 Best Buy gift card.

-The Volunteers of America will accept TVs that are less than ten years old.

- ABVI Goodwill will accept PC monitors as well as computer equipment (printers, scanners, hard-drives, etc.) The only (ABVI) Goodwill store in Rochester that will accept TVs is the Henrietta location.

Additional information about these services is provided below. Be sure to visit websites for the most accurate information about these services:


Best Buy - http://www.bestbuy.com  

Victor
7550 Commons Blvd
Victor, NY 14564

Henrietta
2345 Market Place Drive
Henrietta, NY 14467

Greece
2833 W Ridge Road
Rochester, NY 14626

Volunteers of America (V.O.A.) - http://www.voawny.org/

Webster
827 Ridge Road Webster, NY 14580
585-671-8932
Hours: Mon-Sat 9 AM-9 PM, Sun 11 AM-5 PM

(ABVI) Goodwill Store Location - http://www.abvi-goodwill.org/  

Henrietta Store
Jefferson Plaza
376 Jefferson Road
Rochester, NY 14623
9 AM - 9:00 PM Mon. - Sat.
10 AM - 6:00 PM Sun.

 


September 21, 2010
2011 Budget Public Hearing Oct 6
Penfield Town Supervisor Tony LaFountain and the Town Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed Preliminary Budget on Wednesday, October 6 at 7:30 PM at the Town Hall, 3100 Atlantic Avenue.

The purpose of the public hearing is to receive public comments on the proposed budget for Town Board consideration prior to adoption of the Final Budget scheduled for October 20. This public hearing follows Supervisor LaFountain's public presentation of the Tentative Budget to the Town Board and community held on September 15.

"Government at all levels must cut costs and reduce spending," said Supervisor Tony LaFountain. "Our taxpayers demand all elected officials be fiscally responsible and Penfield has been a leader over the years. This budget holds the tax rate flat while continuing the services our residents value."

2011 Budget Highlights include:

• The Town tax rate will remain flat at the 2010 level of $2.64 per $1,000 of assessed property value. Penfield's property tax rate remains among the lowest in Monroe County and is one of only seven towns in the County with a tax rate below $3.00 per $1,000 of assessed property value. The Town of Penfield receives roughly eight cents ($0.08) of each tax dollar. The balance is shared between Monroe County and School Districts.

• The proposed budget of $15.2 M is about .60% above the current 2010 Budget. This is due to a 33% increase in retirement benefits, which resulted in an increase of $280,000 in retirement cost for 2011 and an estimated increase of 13% in medical cost for 2011.

• Revenue projections for 2011 reflect a lower revenue balance for the fiscal year. There is a decrease of $100,000 from mortgage tax and a decrease of $30,000 in income from local revenues.

Supervisor LaFountain achieved the flat tax rate with a range of actions including attrition, following through on NYSERDA audit recommendations to reduce energy consumption and costs, reducing use of contractors and doing more projects in-house, and adjusting Recreation programs to better cover costs. A trial four-day/ten-hour workweek with public works employees yielded better efficiency (for example, four set-up/take downs a week for projects instead of five) and reduced energy consumption. Also, elected officials, appointed officials, and department heads will receive no pay increase in 2011; making this the second year with no increase for officials and the first year for staff. A grant for facility improvements at the Penfield Community center will also help to offset costs to the Town.

Print copies of the 2011 Tentative Budget have been available since September 16 at the Penfield Public Library, 1985 Baird Road or by contacting the Office of the Comptroller in the Penfield Town Hall, 3100 Atlantic Avenue, in Penfield. Beginning September 25, 2010, the Preliminary Budget will be available online at www.penfield.org for public review prior to the October 6 public hearing.


PENFIELD 2011 BUDGET TIMELINE

2010
April to September Town Supervisor, Finance Director and Staff conduct budget work sessions;
prepare Tentative Budget
September 15-24 Town Supervisor, Finance Director present summary of Tentative Budget to Town Board and community; document made public for review (during this period, Tentative Budget becomes Preliminary Budget)
October 6 Public Hearing on 2011 Preliminary Budget; public comments received
October 6-13 Town Board reviews comments and develops a Final Budget
October 20 Town Board Legislative meeting, Adoption of 2011 Budget
October 21 Town presents Penfield Adopted 2011 Budget to County of Monroe

 


September 20, 2010
Penfield Supervisor's Column Week of Sept 20

Update... "Making Sense of Leaf Management"! Over the years several citizen committees that have explored the matter of managing fallen leaves. Those who attended informational meetings, along with those who participated in informal surveys, seem to confirm one thing - about half of our residents want municipal leaf pick up, and about half do not.

Those that do want leaf pick up service from the Town generally live in the older neighborhoods with many mature trees; the half that does not want the leaf service - and also does not wish to pay for it - tend to live in East Penfield or new subdivisions with fewer trees. I do not believe that leaf pick up is a service that government should provide. Expensive specialized equipment must be purchased for a very short period of use, and the equipment cannot be shared with other towns as they have the very same needs at the very same time. Additionally, there is a cost to dispose of the leaves after they are collected.

The private sector offers this service for a lower cost and quicker turn-around time than what government can provide. If you do not want to mulch or compost your leaves, consider curbside service from one of many local landscapers.

Last week, several members of the Town Board and I attended the Allens Creek/Corbett's Glen Preservation Group (ACCGPG) "Celebrate the Glen" program which featured guided tours, original artwork, and nostalgic exhibits. The exhibits depicted the history of Corbett's Glen from Native American times to the present day. While Corbett's Glen is in the Town of Brighton, there is a spill over into the southwest corner of Penfield. Over the years I have assisted ACCGPG as a Town Board liaison, and I look forward to working with this group and Brighton to identify the best uses for this area.

A recent highlight was a program that I put on for residents of the Penfield Legacy Senior Community at the Town Hall. We spent time discussing the history of the Town, government operations, and future plans highlighted in our Comprehensive Plan. While many have not lived in Penfield before, these seniors are full of life, highly energized, and very interested in the community they reside in. Each time I participate in a program like this, I learn more about our wonderful residents and what they have given over the years to make this community Penfield, and the community of Monroe so great!

This past spring and summer weather was ideal for performing ditch cleaning throughout the Town. At the last Watershed Management Committee meeting it was reported that we were able to clean approximately 42,000 linear feet, or almost eight miles, of ditch this year. Through a lot of effort by the Watershed Management Committee, Town Engineer, Highway Department, and the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), we were able to correct a number of problems for our farmers and residents. Drainage problems were reduced or eliminated, which helped septic systems, flooded land and properties. The efforts will also improve water quality to meet New York State standards.

Brief updates of items in the works: The Comprehensive Plan is on track, the formal comment period ended September 17 and currently the staff is working on the "final generic environmental impact statement" (FGEIS). The Town Board is looking to adopt the plan at its November 3 meeting. The Sign Ordinance is currently being reviewed with staff and the Town Attorney; it is the intent to schedule a public hearing in November or early December for the residents to comment on proposed changes. Adoption will be after the first of the year. The Energy & Environmental Advisory Committee continues to look at wind/solar power policies, educational opportunities, and recycling and reusing programs. The 13 Town/Village Health Care Consortium will be reviewing quotes received from the major health care providers next week. More detailed information will be shared on this opportunity to better control health care costs.

Lastly, a friendly reminder to check out the latest Recreation Brochure mailed to your homes several weeks ago. It is also available on line at www.penfield.org  so you can see all that is available for our youth, teens, adults, and families. There are many great programs and information, this brochure is a great resource.

Until next week, be safe and be well!

Tony
340-8631


September 16, 2010
2011 Tentative Budget Presentation

Penfield Town Supervisor Tony LaFountain and Finance Director Robert Beedon presented the 2011 Tentative Budget proposal to the Town Board and community Wednesday, September 15.

"Local governments continue to see costs increase on all fronts, many of which we have no control over," said Supervisor Tony LaFountain. "This Town Board is committed to making the hard decisions for our taxpayers to control government spending and to continue to push back on State and Federal mandates. Less government is needed at all levels; Penfield will continue to be a leader in government reform."

The proposed budget of $15.2 M is about .60% above the current 2010 Budget. Salaries and benefits continue to make up more than 68% of the total budget. This is due to a 33% increase in retirement benefits, which resulted in an increase of $280,000 in retirement cost for 2011 and an estimated increase of 13% in medical cost for 2011.

The Town tax rate will remain flat at the 2010 level of $2.64 per $1,000 of assessed property value. Penfield's property tax rate remains among the lowest in Monroe County and is one of only seven towns in the County with a tax rate below $3.00 per $1,000 of assessed property value. The Town of Penfield receives roughly eight cents ($0.08) of each tax dollar. The balance is shared between Monroe County and School Districts.

Revenue projections for 2011 reflect a lower revenue balance for the fiscal year. There is a decrease of $100,000 from mortgage tax and a decrease of $30,000 in income from local revenues.

Supervisor LaFountain achieved the flat tax rate with a range of actions including not replacing retiring employees, following through on NYSERDA audit recommendations to reduce energy consumption and costs, reducing use of contractors and doing more projects in-house, and adjusting Recreation programs to better cover costs. A trial four-day/ten-hour workweek with public works employees yielded better efficiency (for example, four set-up/take downs a week for projects instead of five) and reduced energy consumption. Also, elected officials, appointed officials, and department heads will receive no pay increase in 2011; making this the second year with no increase for officials and the first year for staff. A grant for facility improvements at the Penfield Community center will also help to offset costs to the Town.

The Penfield Town Board reviews a multi-year budget, with projections and expected changes for the next three years. The Board bases its outlook on conservative estimates for revenues and a review of the Town's long-term plans and projects. This multi-year outlook is unique among municipalities in Monroe County.

With its history of fiscal discipline, the financial world consistently recognizes Penfield as one of the most financially responsible towns in New York State. In 2010, while many municipalities were struggling, Moody's Investors Service upgraded Penfield's already excellent from an Aa3 to an impressive Aa2. This rating allows Penfield to secure low-interest financing for capital projects, and assists with cash flow throughout the year. The Moody's rating also reflects Penfield's history of stable financial operations and strong management practices.

As of September 16, print copies of the 2011 Tentative Budget will be available in the Penfield Public Library, 1985 Baird Road or by contacting the Office of the Comptroller in the Penfield Town Hall, 3100 Atlantic Avenue, in Penfield. The Preliminary Budget will be available online at www.penfield.org  as of September 25 for public review prior to the October 6 public hearing.


PENFIELD 2011 BUDGET TIMELINE

2010
April to September Town Supervisor, Finance Director and Staff conduct budget work sessions;
prepare Tentative Budget
September 15-24 Town Supervisor, Finance Director present summary of Tentative Budget to Town Board and community; document made public for review (during this period, Tentative Budget becomes Preliminary Budget)
October 6 Public Hearing on 2011 Preliminary Budget; public comments received
October 6-13 Town Board reviews comments and develops a Final Budget
October 20 Town Board Legislative meeting, Adoption of 2011 Budget
October 21 Town presents Penfield Adopted 2011 Budget to County of Monroe

 


September 13, 2010
Penfield Supervisor's Column Week of Sept 13

Update...budget 2011! After several months of hard work I will present the Tentative Budget to the Town Board at our September 15 legislative meeting at 7:30 PM. I wish to thank all of our department heads, the comptroller, and the Town Board for their attention to detail and creative ideas to manage resources, cut spending, and reduce government. Great job team, it was my honor working with such a group of professionals! What are the next steps in the budget process? After presentation, the Tentative Budget will become the Preliminary Budget, and there will be a public hearing on October 6 to hear all interested residents. It should be noted, once the Tentative Budget is submitted, the budget amount cannot go up, it can only go down as required by law, one of the few things the State has gotten right. From October 7-13 the Town Board will prepare the Final Budget and that will be submitted for adoption on October 20. On October 21, the adopted budget is forwarded to the County of Monroe.

The 34th annual Penfield Library used book sale is underway this week, so don't delay! Tuesday 2-9 PM is for members of the Friends of the Penfield Public Library, Wednesday hours are10 AM to 9 PM, Thursday hours are 10 AM to 9 PM featuring a ten percent senior citizen discount, Friday 10 AM to 6 PM is half-price day, and Saturday 9 AM to 2 PM features the $3.00/bag sale with special books half price. I would like to recognize The Friends of the Penfield Public Library for their efforts on this annual event. This year's sale features more than 85,000 books, videos, DVDs, CDs records, games, and computer software; thank you for all you do for the library and this community!

If you have been by the Town Hall over the last few weeks you may have noted a new addition to the main entrance on the east side of the building just before you enter. A secure night drop box has been added for your convenience to drop off your current tax bill after hours. This box will be checked twice a day, once in the morning and once in the afternoon. The bill will be processed and the receipt will be mailed back to you for your records. Additionally, you may make your tax bill payments at any of the three M&T bank locations in Penfield, which are located at Routes 250/441 in the Penn Fair Plaza, Empire Blvd near Tim Hortons, and in the Panorama Valley near the corner of Panorama trail and Penfield Road. Please note: bills received after the due date without interest will be returned with a letter of explanation.

The 2010 National Assisted Living Week (NALW) began on Grandparents Day, Sunday, September 12 and ends Saturday, September 18. This year's theme is "Living Life." "Living Life" reflects the commitment of assisted living professionals to provide person-centered care to their residents. "Living Life" also means residents sharing their experiences, history, and teaching others what they have learned. Established by the National Center for Assisted Living in 1995, NALW acknowledges the unique relationships that staff, family members, and volunteers have in caring for the residents in assisted living communities. On behalf of the entire Town of Penfield, I want to recognize all of the assisted living facilities within this great community and thank them for everything they do to enhance residents' lives.

"Making Sense of Leaf Management"...update! This week I want to discuss leaf mulching. As I cut my grass this past week I am starting to notice more leaves that have fallen from the recent winds and the start of the fall season. For the last 33-plus years I have elected to mulch my leaves to minimize raking, elimination of materials to the landfill, and being generally environmentally responsible. I find leaf mulch from autumn leaves provides effective garden insulation and helps restore nutrients to the soil. "Mulcher mowers" seem to be the most efficient tool, although any kind of rotary action mower will work. With several passes of your mower, you can mulch up to 18-inches of leaf clutter. Once the leaf bits settle in, microbes and worms get to work recycling them. For more details on leaf mulching alternatives and tips, please log on to www.penfield.org  and click on Renew Penfield.

Save the date...Penfield's Bicentennial Heritage Festival is October 16 from 11 AM - 3 PM at Rothfuss Park. This promises to be fun for the entire family with horse drawn hayrides, games from the past, old-fashioned toys, make your own cornhusk doll, plowing demonstrations, available lunch, pumpkins, cider, and more. Experience farm and family life from 100 years ago!
If you are at the Town Hall, please stop in and say hello.

Tony
340-8631


September 7, 2010
Penfield Supervisor's Column Week of Sept 6

Update...budget 2011! This is my last column before I release the 2011 Tentative Budget to the Town Board and all our residents. I have been overwhelmed by the number of residents that stop to see me at the Town Hall or speak with me at different functions around town regarding the taxes they pay. The message is consistent and direct...no more taxes and no more tax increases; we just cannot afford any more! I have worked very hard with the support of our Comptroller and all department heads to identify ways to cut spending and absorb the many increases that we face from the State, health care premiums, and more. I believe this will be a budget that will allow us to provide most of the same services our residents have come to enjoy, while continuing to reshape your local government to be as lean and cost effective as possible.

"Making Sense of Leaf Management"...with the budget due out on the 15th, I will make this new lead-in a weekly topic for the next month or so to continue to help identify alternatives for this annual fall project that do not result in increased taxes to residents. I plan to discuss towns that pick up leaves and those that do not, the cost for government to be involved versus utilizing private businesses, mulching/compositing, and more. The Energy & Environmental Advisory Committee will be an active participant in these discussions as well.

The public hearing for the Comp Plan and Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement (DGEIS) was held August 30. Thirteen members of the community addressed the Town Board with specific concerns and suggested modifications to the plan. The comment period for receiving input continues through September 17 at 5:00 PM. I would strongly encourage everyone to take a minute to go on-line at www.penfield.org to review the plan or stop by the Library or Town Hall to view the hard copy document.

As I have mentioned in the past, this is the Town's roadmap for the next 10+ years. The plan is to provide an overall framework for future public and private investment in our community. It will also serve as the foundation upon which future planning and policy decisions are to be based. A special thank you to everyone who has provided input on the plan to date; on behalf of the Town Board and Town Planning staff...thank you!

FYI...starting around the middle of September you will see some drilling equipment in the Four Corners area at Schaufelberger Park. The purpose of this work is to perform some soil testing, checking for petroleum contamination as a result of former operations at that site. As a past petroleum product provider to the Schaufelberger business, Exxon-Mobil is taking a proactive review of this site to ensure there is no existing soil contamination. If any contamination is identified, they will properly remediate it consistent with the Department of Environmental Conservation requirements. This work will be performed at no expense to the Town, and if there is any clean up required, those costs will be covered by Exxon-Mobil as well.

The new Recreation Brochure hit your mail boxes this past week; please take a moment to view all the program offerings for this fall and early winter. This is another great publication full of interesting things to do for all ages. Consider taking advantage of the on-line registration from the comfort of your home and ease of signing up. If for some reason you did not receive the brochure, please contact the Recreation Department at 340-8655 or go online to view the brochure at www.penfield.org.

I hope to see you at Tastin' the Blues on Saturday, September 18 at the amphitheater for a sample of my homemade chili "The Supervisor's Famous Recipe."

I would like to close on a somber note. We are observing the ninth anniversary of September 11, a day when this country was brutally attacked and many lives were lost and families impacted. I would ask all of our residents to take a minute to reflect on this terrible event in our history and remember all of those individuals who lost their lives. We will not falter. We will not fear. We will not fail. We will not forget!

Tony
www.supervisor@penfield.org

 

 


September 3, 2010
School Tax Collection Info, New Drop Box
The Penfield Receiver of Taxes announces a new tax payment drop box at the Town Hall for the convenience of Penfield residents who cannot make payments in person during normal business hours.

The drop box is located at the east entrance to the Town Hall. Payments must be in an envelope; a limited number of blank envelopes are provided at the drop box. All envelopes will be removed and time-date stamped each morning and afternoon. Any drop box payments received out of balance or without interest will be returned, and all processed drop box payments will receive a mailed receipt within two days.

Residents may also pay school tax bills in full at any of M&T Bank's three Penfield locations (corner of Routes 250/441, corner of Panorama Trail/Penfield Road, or Empire Blvd. next to Tim Hortons) by the end of business October 1, 2010.

Penfield Supervisor Tony LaFountain comments, "Penfield residents now have three options for making school tax payments. At the Town Hall they can pay in person or use the drop-box, or they can choose to pay in full at any M&T Bank branch in Penfield. The new drop box provides increased customer service and takes the pressure off residents to make it to the Town Hall during our regular nine-to-five business hours."

The school tax collection period is September 1 to October 1, 2010. October 1, 2010 is the last chance to make a full payment on school tax bills without interest fees. As of October 2, 2010, a two percent interest will be added to tax bills.

All checks must be made payable to "Margaret Revelle, Receiver of Taxes." The Receiver of Taxes is located on the first floor of the Penfield Town Hall, 3100 Atlantic Avenue.

For more information please contact Margaret Revelle, 340-8625.




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