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Cinnaminson Speaks: Quotes of the Week Aug. 6-12

We've compiled some notable quotes from this week's biggest stories and blog posts.

From major car talk to Lord of the Flies to Cinnaminson's streets, we've compiled a list of notable quotes from articles and blogs that appeared on Cinnaminson Patch this week.

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“I’m more excited than anything. We really did a lot of hard work and a lot of rehearsing. It’s the most talented group of people I’ve ever had the opportunity to work with.”

—Evan Newlin, on 

“In some cases, if police officers ... could be hurt or threatened, or there might be a press release, [King] needs to be on site. We’ve had officers hurt on the job, he’s got to be there for those.”

—Committeeman John Rooney on why  needs a take-home vehicle

"The Friends group is very important to the health of this library. We have been able to raise money and keep a strong presence in the community.”

—Edgar Stern, on the

“We want to talk to [the residents]. It’s to make people more aware of what’s going on in their community. And hopefully get to know people in the area.”

—Officer Michael Czarzasty on

And some quotes from our bloggers in Local Voices:

"Claudia stood with her neck and head held high—ready for battle! Resigned to the futility of it all, Tasman turned his own head away from Claudia and stood quietly by my side. He's no fool!"
—Ingrid Wood,

"I would like to suggest that we start thinking about lane and intersection striping. It would be wonderful to have crosswalks clearly marked, so that cars know that they should stop for pedestrians."
—Fran Horn, in her

wendy wilson August 12, 2012 at 02:55 PM
i think it is time the township forced by law people to maintain their yards and homes and clean the weeds out between the street and curb. The town is looking very "seedie" the last 5 years. It is not fair to those who maintain their property. Also, Mr. King, needs to do something about the speeders on Willow Drive and people who do not stop at stop signs. Wendy
John August 12, 2012 at 06:27 PM
Wendy, U have to be kidding me, really, I know of 4 vacant houses around willow drive and no one cuts the lawn nor do they care about the property.....the dept of public works goes around giving out summons for people who put out branches and leaves and the public works people do not follow the printed schedule and U want them to put up with the curbs and weeds, your kidding me right....how about the property assessment thats being charged way over the value of the property in the area....thats where they should be, not worried about the weeds......good luck.....
John August 12, 2012 at 06:36 PM
Just another comment about speeders on willow drive, U need policemen to do the job but where are they, not in the budget, but there is a car in the budget, a charger no less.....weeds are going to be with us no matter what we do just like taxes, we pay them and no one cares.....todays market values of houses has gone done but our taxes have not.....they need to adjust the assessment of houses NOW

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