Moorestown Liquor Referendums: Live Discussion Board

On Election Day, share your opinions about Moorestown's liquor referendums. Tell us how you voted, and why.

Beginning 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, you can use this forum to chat live with other residents about the results of the township's referendum vote on liquor licenses.

Follow Moorestown Patch here throughout the night Tuesday to get results and up-to-date coverage of the vote.

Varsity November 10, 2011 at 10:09 PM
SS...Yeah, right.
In the Middle November 10, 2011 at 10:52 PM
To Mr./CEO/Professor Sammy S, what projects have you worked on for Moorestown?
andy reid November 11, 2011 at 03:01 AM
SS with all of those impressive credentials, we are all amazed that you would chose to lower yourself to blog here? oooooooooh, stamina? Is that from viagra? I heard someone recently claimed to have gone to Wharton was blogging and that somehow that was supposed to mean something. maybe you can consult with the town crazy ed and see what he thinks because no one here really cares! could be the start of a new consulting firm for ya! Remember tho, it will take more than courage and stamina this time. Seek some meds.
don cheech November 12, 2011 at 03:07 AM
i live one town over so this doesnt effect me BUT someone reading these post would think they are proposing building a prison in your town NOT having a glass of wine with dinner. I have lived in princeton and mt.laurel both with liquor i have yet to see a skid row in either. Alcohol is a problem for alcoholics and they are everywhere...rich and poor, they will got to a liquor store to get there fix. they dont need to go to your 1 mile square town to drink. I can have a glass of wine in new york,paris and rome...now your town will be on the same level..........lol
Eric Klein November 12, 2011 at 05:27 PM
This liquor question has been one of the funniest diatribes I have ever participated in. S.S. might actually be an intelligent person I just can't tell with all of his pent up rage. If he does teach I would hope he displays stronger reasoning skills in class discussions. I bet he is a nice person though, just kinda enraged. Sorry my business of media has gotten to him. I said this before and will say it again. The town was named after a Tavern owner. The lay of the land was discussed over ales at a bar stool. A town named after a Tavern owner should not be dry. It creates an imbalance of integrity. Not about the mall, taxes or some weird agenda, just about staying true to the history. In all my years in Moorestown and Burlington County I always found it completely ridiculous that Thomas Moore's Tavern was not rebuilt and operational. When the gas station that sat on the site was closed, I wanted to rebuild it with some friends. Too difficult an environment we found out. They built a pre-fab bank on the site. ---FAIL. Tip of the cap to Moorestown voters for voting Yes.


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