This Week on Patch: Red-Light Cameras, Hair Cuts for Charity, and the MG Walk-A-Thon
Here's a sample of what we're working on this week at Wayne Patch.
Here is a look at some of the things we're working on this week for Wayne Patch:
- Just how many traffic violations have the red-light cameras in the township caught since they were installed? We'll try to find out. We'll also try and find out how much money the violations have netted for the township.
Cameras were installed at the intersection of Hamburg Turnpike and Black Oak Ridge Road more than a year ago.
- The Planning Board is scheduled to vote Monday on a resolution amending Rob Burke’s application to install a wind turbine at his business, Wayne Auto Spa.
Burke has been trying for years to get the clean-energy device installed on the property, but the matter remains in the court system. The parties are due to appear in federal court again on April 18.
We'll let you know what happens at the meeting on Monday.
- Public Image Limited is holding a charity campaign called A Mohawk for Hunger. The event is raising money for CUMAC, a food pantry and chairty based in Paterson. Also, Faces Plus is holding a fundraiser for Autism Speaks. Residents can stop by and purchase a blue hair extension for $10. Proceeds will be donated to Autism Speaks.
We'll let you know the particulars of each program.
- The annual Myasthenia Gravis Walk-a-Thon will be held May 5 in the Packanack Lake section of town. We'll try and talk with Kelley DeVincentis about the event.
DeVincentis was diagnosed with the rare, chronic autoimmune neuromuscular disease as a teenager but lives a very normal life now. The disease affects voluntary muscle movement.
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