Rotary Club plans four-week session on gov’t

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP – The Mid-Jersey Cape Rotary Club will spend four weeks looking at opportunities and challenges facing government.

Kicking off the series Jan. 15 will be Cape May County Freeholder director Gerald Thornton. He will outline challenges facing the freeholders in providing services.

On Jan. 22, emergency management director Marty Pagliughi will review the work of his office during Superstorm Sandy and talk about anticipated changes to coastal management, zoning regulations and construction techniques.

Ted Lands, an executive with Advanced Sciences and Technologies, will cover on Jan. 29 changes being put in place as the United States moves from a radar-based to a GPS-based air traffic control system.

The four-week series will conclude Feb. 5 with a presentation by Elizabeth Terenik, a private planning consultant. She will outline Middle Township’s plans for open space and recreation.

The Mid-Jersey Cape Rotary Club is made up of local business and professional leaders and is a part of Rotary International, the world’s largest service club.

During the winter, the club meets for breakfast at Clary's Country Corner Restaurant on Route 9 in Middle Township. The sessions start at 7:30 a.m. Tuesdays, and guests are welcome.

For additional information, contact Francey Burke at 463-3541.


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