Municipal Complex: Administration. Issues Electric panels do not meet current standards Lighting is deficient in several areas of the building Interior finishes have come to an end of their useful life causing paint to peel and carpet to fray. Municipal Complex: Library. Issues
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Table 1. Expected field condition based on hours of field use per year.
University of Florida Athletic Field Use Capacity
Barrows Field at Carteret Park 916 hours per year
Hurrell Field 800 hours per year
If you can't take the heat...Dr. Dave Minner, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Iowa State University
Associate Professor of Soil Science at Penn State
Cut twice a week
Striped twice a week
Fertilized 6 times a year
Core aerated and over seeded twice a year
Major top soil and leveling twice a year
Irrigated playing area once a day
Fields must be closed for routine maintenance
Necessitates closure for annual / biannual resodding from three to six months
Only surrounding grass areas to be cut
Striped every two weeks for activities that are not permanently stitched into the material
Treatment only for shrubs and perimeter grass areas, not on fields
No core aeration or over seeding required
Fields brushed four times a year
Irrigate for cooling on “heat” days only
Playable all year round regardless of weather
Elimination of gas powered lights at Palmer Field at Forest Avenue School
The Special Election Day for the Capital Bonds Referendum is Tuesday, February 6, 2007.
Polling Hours are from 6:00a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
If you are a registered voter and are uncertain about where to vote check your sample ballot or call the Clerk's office (973-748-8400, ext.220). Polling place information and current voters registration lists are also available in Room 102 of the Municipal Building.
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