INFORMATION OF COMMUNITY INTEREST
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ARBORIST REPORT: SPOTTED LANTERNFLY (APRIL 1, 2021)
A reports was commissioned by the board for an independent review of the impact of the Spotted LanternFly on our community, including best practices for containment
Spotted Lanternfly Management Practices Chart
COMMUNITY TREE & SHRUB REPORT (SEPTEMBER, 1 2020)
A reports was commissioned by the board for an independent review of the communities common ground trees and shrubs. this report will act as a guide to direct future management plans.
SUPPORT OF HOSPITALS AND HEALTHCARE WORKERS
Healthcare workers are the front line in our current war with the coronavirus. LOE residents have asked how they may be able to provide support for these workers at hospitals during this crisis. The following are a selection of links to which you may make donations in support of hospitals and their workers.
[From David Staiman, on behalf of the LOE Board | April 2020]
Cooper Hospital (coivd-19 assistance Fund)
Virtua (Emergency Fund)
Jefferson (COVID-19 Better together Fund)
Bayada Home Health Care
COVID-19 INFORMATION LINKS FROM OUR CONGRESSMAN [Andy Kim, March, 2020]
Because the situation is changing on a daily basis. I’ve created a new daily e-newsletter that you can use to stay up to date on the latest news and information. I’ll still provide weekly updates to you, but my Coronavirus Updates will have detailed information on supplies, testing, and other efforts to address this crisis. You can sign up for that enewsletter by clicking here.
In addition to my enewsletter, you can visit the NJ COVID-19 dashboard to view updated numbers and cases around the state. New Jerseyans can also call 211 with COVID-19 questions or text NJCOVID to 898-211 to receive text information.
If you have further questions, you can find answers to questions I’ve gotten by clicking here.
The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) website can be viewed by clicking here.
FIRE DEPARTMENT PRESENTATION (January 15, 2020)
Representatives of the Evesham Township Fire Department, Chief Carl Bittenbender and Fire Marshall Captain Scott Freedman gave presentations in the clubhouse on January 15 2020, discussing the Evesham township fire response including the origin and cause of the fire at 49 Lowell Drive. This meeting was video recorded. The first video is the complete version. The second is an excerpt which is focused on the origin and cause of the fire at 49 Lowell Drive.