Friday, September 29, 2023

Landings 4.12.2006

By C.M. Mattessich

R.E. Folks
County real estate professionals are helping with the first annual “Friends of VIM” fundraiser, a Beef ‘N Beer scheduled for Friday, May 12, at the Windrift Hotel.
VIM stands for Volunteers in Medicine, an organization which provides free medical care for county residents who lack adequate health insurance.
R. J. Soens of Avalon Real Estate has “generously supported” the program, according to Friends of VIM, and a number of well-known agents will don entertainers’ caps to provide live guitar music and vocals at the event.
For information, call Stu Hartman at 675-0472.
Main Street’

Main Street Wildwood, a downtown revitalization group, is working with the JGSC Group of Pennsauken to help lay plans for Wildwood’s traditional downtown commercial district.
Most recently, JGSC principals met with Vince Fulginiti, owner of Edward Jones Investments on Pacific Avenue, to get Vince’s thoughts on future commercial development.  That’s Vince in the picture, at right, with JGSC’s Mark Lohbauer.
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On April 5, a panel full of local talent described use of high-tech maps in appraising and assessing processes, at the National Association of Independent Fee Appraisers convention in Atlantic City.  Panelists included appraiser and Middle Township Tax Assessor Joe Ravitz, professional land surveyor and planner Lewis H. Conley, Jr., of VanNote-Harvey Associates in Court House (pictured), and VanNote-Harvey’s Dawn McCall, a GPS expert.
Attendees say the session was an all-round hit.

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