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Deborah Schwartz

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CourierPostOnline - South Jersey's Web Site

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The trail can be thorny in sections, so it's best to wear long pants, long-sleeve shirts and good shoes, says Debby Schwartz, the township environmental commission's chairwoman.Mountain bikes and all-terrain vehicles are prohibited.Debby Schwartz, chairwoman of the Voorhees environmental commission, looks through downed branches along the farm's trail. Tangles of barbed wire appeared in parts of the farm and the main trail -- a roughly half-mile stretch of an old stagecoach road -- was covered with brambles and hanging tree limbs, said Debby Schwartz, the environmental commission's chairwoman.It's also hoping community groups such as the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and student organizations pitch in to improve the trail even more and help the township create a nature guide for it, Schwartz said.Rugen plans on returning soon.A volunteer with the state's Division of Fish and Wildlife, he identifies reptiles and amphibians in his area and reports the numbers to the agency.Stafford Farm is prime habitat for these creatures, he said.


Voorhees Township, New Jersey :: Board Members

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Having a priority list helps Voorhees get the best value for its open-space fund, said commission chairwoman Debby Schwartz.It also makes Voorhees eligible to get the maximum amount in matching grants from public and private agencies, she said.


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If adopted, it would serve as a tool Voorhees could use to assess the open-space value of land that becomes available for purchase, commission Chairwoman Debby Schwartz said.The commission will present large maps showing each of the open-space priority properties at Monday's meeting, Schwartz said."All township board members involved in local land-use decisions are encouraged to attend the presentation," she said.


Voorhees should stick to its open-space plans

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As township Environmental Commission chairwoman Debby Schwartz pointed out recently, it is understandable that Peter Lazaropoulos and Henry Gorenstein want to develop the property.


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