From potential changes to the Riverton Road and Route 130 intersection, to park upgrades, to pregnant farm alpacas, we've compiled a list of notable quotes from article and blogs that appeared on Cinnaminson Patch this week.
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“In conjunction with DOT, where we do all the work, and it’s submitted for their approval, we could do it in a few years. We’re hopeful DOT would allow us to take an active role so we can bring those improvements a lot more quickly.”
— Deputy Mayor Anthony Minnniti on the
"[The fox] acted completely normal and never once made an aggressive move."
— A representative from M & R Wildlife of a fox that contracted rabies recenty and was found dying in a Palmyra backyard
“It’s going to be an inconvenience at any time. There’s never really a good time to do [it]. But there’s a higher volume of people in the parks in the spring and fall. And we can’t construct this in the winter.”
— Mayor Don Brauckmann on why the township decided to at Memorial Park in the middle of summer
“So far, we’ve been welcomed in the community. And plenty busy, too.
— Jeremiah Williams, spokesperson for , on how the since it opened
"I guess it’s that fear of being judged by peers and relatives that motivates us to get moving although I don’t really think people visit us to check out what we have or don’t have or to see if our shelves are dusty or clean. I would hope people don't judge but I must say I do worry that they might."
— Columnist Janet Tumelty on
And some quotes from our bloggers in Local Voices:
"Give me some nice Italian rich gravy and meatballs!"
—Carol Beisel, on finding good spaghetti in our area
"A surprising number of visitors ask me, 'Aren't you afraid of the dark out here?'"
—Ingrid Wood, who blogs about her alpaca farm, Stormwind Alpacas
"Whether you scoop ice cream, babysit or wash dishes, each part-time employee is a part of a team and serves an integral function for success."
—Hilary Brennan, director of Socially Savvy, blogging about leadership skills