In this week’s print edition of The Sun:
• Council lays out the path ahead: A consensus vote at last week’s Council meeting officially declared the township’s intentions to move forward with option A1 in the future development of Town Hall.
• Another piece of the puzzle: Susan Ambrose, Moorestown resident, mother of a child with cerebral palsy and member of Moorestown’s Special Education Advocacy Council, or SpEAC, believes that awareness is key in achieving the acceptance of children with learning differences.
What better month to promote the idea of awareness than during Autism Awareness month — which takes place, nationally, in April.
• Three ride for unity: Three officers from the Moorestown Police Department will honor their fallen comrades by riding their bicycles to the National Law Enforcement Officer’s Memorial in Washington, D.C, which holds two names of Moorestown’s fallen officers.
• Meet the Candidates: The series continues, as Board of Education candidates weigh in on how they would assess the district’s technology resources and what changes, if any, they would make to enhance the quality of education.