The Village of Blue Heron Pines
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Township Snow Removal
Message forwarded from BHP HOA President, Bob Mueller:
Questions have arisen about the process the Township follows with regard to snow plowing and salting. Per Public Works, the process is first emergency roads and primary roads. For BHP that means Country Club gets plowed first as it is an emergency road. Then the Township finishes all primary roads before going on to secondary roads which are all of our other roads in BHP. They then salt intersections only unless there is a very dangerous icing situation. If there is an ice safety issue the concerned resident should call Public Works (Phone: 609-652-3700 ext. 244) and cite the address and concern they feel needs to be addressed.
CLARE MOLONEY takes first place in Mid Atlantic Indoor Rowing Competition
Congratulations to Clare Moloney, of Country Club Drive, who took first place in the woman’s 1500 meter event at the Mid-Atlantic Erg Sprints on Saturday, January 31, 2015 in Alexandria, Va. This event is the largest high school level indoor rowing event in the country. Her winning time of 5:25:02 was about 70 meters ahead of the second place finish. It was a family affair for the Moloney’s at the competition. Clare was coached by her ‘stand-in coxswain’ brother, Neil, at the event.
Clare is a sophomore member of the Class of 2017 at The HUN School of Princeton. She was one of 96 young women entered for this event and among 1,500 athletes that competed on the day.
The Moloney’s are preparing to head to Boston in March to support Clare as she participates in the CRASH B’s World Indoor Rowing Championship.