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Walmart plans to expand

Pinelands has application for 55,000-square-foot addition

 

by Gabe Donio, Gazette Staff Writer

 

HAMMONTON—According to New Jersey Pinelands Commission Director of Regulatory Programs Charles Horner, the Hammonton Walmart, located at 55 S. White Horse Pike (Route 30) has applied to the commission for approvals to construct a 55,000-square-foot addition to its existing building. Approval would be granted “almost instantly” by the Pinelands Commission, Horner said, but the Walmart first must comply with the commission’s condition that an issue with stormwater management basins is dealt with by Walmart in front of the Hammonton Planning Board.   
   
               
 

 


 

 

Planning board OKs repair shop

 

by Paul J. Macrie IV, Gazette Staff Writer

 

HAMMONTON—On April 2, the Hammonton Planning Board held its regular meeting. On the agenda was one major application with an extensive history for the board to consider. A minor subdivision, preliminary and final major site plan application was presented to the board during the session. The applicant was Michael Weiss of Mike’s Auto Body Trucking, who was seeking a minor subdivision, preliminary and final major site plan for Block 4801, Lots Three and Four, Zone HB and R-3 at 50 Plymouth Road.
 





 

 

An ideal day for painting outside

 

by Paul J. Macrie IV, Gazette Staff Writer

 

HAMMONTON—The Seventh Annual Hammonton Art District Plein Air Competition has become a tradition in the town of Hammonton each spring. The event draws plein air artists throughout the region, giving them an opportunity to paint appealing landscapes and buildings in the town. On April 5, the plein air competition was open to all artists 18 years or older and cash prizes were distributed to the top-three finishers after the contest. More than 20 people signed up to participate in this outdoor painting event.   


 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kramer Hall goes blue

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On April 2, The Richard Stockton College’s Kramer Hall went blue for World Autism Awareness Day.  Several Stockton facilities participated in Autism Speaks’ fifth annual “Light It Up Blue Campaign” on April 2 as part of World Autism Awareness Day. On this day, landmarks, schools, homes, businesses, colleges and universities around the world turn their lights blue to help shine a light on autism.  On Stockton’s main campus, the Grand Hall column lights in the Campus Center were set to blue and a TV, LED and portal slide ran the campaign logo for the duration of the day.  Hammonton’s Kramer Hall used blue rope lights and lanterns and painted its windows blue.  The Manahawkin instructional site lit up blue with rope lights in the windows and blue balloons around the site.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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