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Old 09-21-2006, 12:27 PM
 
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We are moving south in the spring and like Cherry Hill and Hadonfield because of the schools and such. But are daughter is only two and saw that we can get more for our money in probably Marlton. Any info on the area would be great! Everyone has been such a great help before and we really do appreciate it. Thanx!

Brianne
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Old 10-19-2006, 08:35 AM
 
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Marlton is very nice and the schools are great it is like Cherry Hill in a lot of ways.....Have you considered Medford one town over and I think it has a fantastic school district and a great downtown. Haddonfield also has a great downtown just larger..but dollar for dollar Marlton is your best bet I think..
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Old 10-31-2006, 12:20 AM
 
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We are moving south in the spring and like Cherry Hill and Hadonfield because of the schools and such. But are daughter is only two and saw that we can get more for our money in probably Marlton. Any info on the area would be great! Everyone has been such a great help before and we really do appreciate it. Thanx!

Brianne
I heard on the news last week about an area in Mt. Laurel (the name of the neighborhood escapes me right now) that has large clusters of cancer that is affecting the people that live there. There are some families there that have had multiple family members and even pets diagnosed with brain tumors and other kinds of cancer. Please check out the area thoroughly. Keep in mind this is not all of Mt. Laurel only a certain small neighborhood. If I hear an update on this story on the news I will definately come back and post more on the specific area.
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Old 11-04-2006, 07:16 AM
 
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I heard on the news last week about an area in Mt. Laurel (the name of the neighborhood escapes me right now) that has large clusters of cancer that is affecting the people that live there. There are some families there that have had multiple family members and even pets diagnosed with brain tumors and other kinds of cancer. Please check out the area thoroughly. Keep in mind this is not all of Mt. Laurel only a certain small neighborhood. If I hear an update on this story on the news I will definately come back and post more on the specific area.
I found this interesting article on Mt Laurel, NJ
Two dozen cases of cancer and gastrointestinal or neurological diseases have struck the current or former occupants of the same 11 houses along Schoolhouse Lane in Mount Laurel.
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www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/local/15708154.htm (broken link)
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