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If you're like most adults, your parents probably loaded you up with vitamin C whenever you had the sniffles or a cold. Your younger self might not have believed it worked, but as it turns out, your parents were onto something. According to doctors, vitamin C is one of the most important vitamins to consume. It might not be the cure-all for the common cold, but it absolutely helps maintain your immune system so you can fight the cold quicker. Also known as ascorbic acid, vitamin C also protects your body from prenatal health issues, cardiovascular problems, eye diseases, and even wrinkly skin.

When your body lacks vitamin C for a long time, you're sure to notice. Though vitamin C deficiency is relatively rare in the U.S., adults who go long periods without it may get sick frequently and suffer from other immune system issues. In extreme cases, people may get scurvy, which causes a litany of issues like joint pain, bleeding gums, and depression.

Vitamin-C

B vitamins like riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), folic acid (b9), and cobalamin (B12) play a crucial role in keeping you healthy and maintaining your overall wellbeing. If you want a healthier body, B vitamins are critical, as they are literally building blocks that help preserve your brain functionality, cell metabolism, and energy. For pregnant women, B vitamins in IV drips are especially important because they help your new baby's brain develop while in the womb. B vitamins have also been shown to prevent congenital disabilities. Plus, they help ease feelings of nausea, which is a big bonus for moms and dads alike.

When your body is vitamin B deficient, you're putting yourself at risk of many health problems, such as complications with pregnancy, nervous system disorders, amenia, and gastric cancers.

Vitamin-B

Like the other vitamins and nutrients on this page, magnesium plays an important part in your body's total health. As a cofactor or helper molecule, magnesium has a role in 600+ bodily functions, including protein formation, nerve function, gene function, muscle movement, and energy production. If you're having a stressful day or week, high-potency magnesium has been shown to have relaxation properties that help calm your nerves and muscles. Unfortunately, most Americans don't get enough magnesium in their diets.

When your body is magnesium deficient, you could be playing with fire. Magnesium deficiency has been linked to chronic health concerns like osteoporosis, diabetes, and even heart disease. If you're feeling unusually weak or suffering from irregular muscle cramps, a vitamin IV session from Juventee could be the solution you need.

Magnesium

Just about every health food and drink in the stores boasts high levels of antioxidants. That's great, but what are they? Antioxidants are substances shown to slow or prevent cell damage from free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules linked to inflammation, disease, and forms of cancer. According to the National Library of Medicine, antioxidants also act as hydrogen and electron donors, as well as enzyme inhibitors.

Most humans get some types of antioxidants naturally through eating and drinking. However, IV vitamin therapy is a much more effective way to fight back against free radicals with antioxidants. When your body lacks antioxidants, free radical production increases, which causes oxidative stress - a harmful situation linked to arthritis, cancers, strokes, and Parkinson's disease.

Antioxidants

Thankfully, Juventee's IV vitamin therapy in Springfield, NJ contains antioxidants that may scavenge and reduce the free radicals affecting your health.

Some additional vitamins and nutrients found in most IV vitamin therapies include:

  • Calcium
  • Amino Acids
  • Threonine
  • Arginine
  • Tryptophan
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin D
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Tiny N.J. town wins fight to keep 286 acres of farmland from becoming housing development

One of the nation’s largest homebuilders will not be able to build an isolated housing development on 286 acres of farmland in Burlington County, according to a court ruling.The decision released last month came after more than two years of legal battles between the housing developer D.R. Horton and Springfield Township — a small community in Burlington County that is 75% farmland ...

One of the nation’s largest homebuilders will not be able to build an isolated housing development on 286 acres of farmland in Burlington County, according to a court ruling.

The decision released last month came after more than two years of legal battles between the housing developer D.R. Horton and Springfield Township — a small community in Burlington County that is 75% farmland or preserved open space.

D.R. Horton alleged the township has been in violation of state affordable housing rules for more than seven years because it hasn’t provided its fair share of low- and moderate-income housing.

The company also claimed Springfield officials did not give developers a fair chance to build in the community and provide homes for low- and moderate-income families, the lawsuit said.

But, Springfield Mayor Dave Frank said the town is dedicated to offering affordable housing in a way that aligns with the community’s farmland preservation goals.

“Springfield Township has always been committed to the production of affordable housing — in Springfield and throughout the state,” Frank said.

“We are trying to do it in a way that is appropriate to the size of our community, and the other planning concerns that are important in our community and state like sustaining agriculture as a viable industry, and preserving farmland and environmentally sensitive lands,” he said.

D.R. Horton did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

In 2022, D.R. Horton proposed to develop a community of nearly 1,400 homes, with a mix of apartments, townhouses and single-family homes, on a site known as the Van Wagoner farm. The land is located along Arney’s Mount Park and Birmingham Road in Springfield.

Prior to the trial, D.R. Horton cut down its plan to 389 homes, with about 15% saved for affordable housing, according to court documents.

In an opinion submitted March 7, a state Superior Court judge sided with Springfield, denying D.R. Horton’s request to build on the farmland.

According to the court, the lawsuit was struck down because the site was “unsuitable for affordable housing development.”

However, the judge also added that despite Springfield’s efforts to preserve farms and open space, the township is still required by law to contribute its fair share of affordable housing.

According to Fair Share Housing Center, Springfield should have added 227 affordable housing units since 2015. D.R. Horton argued that by not doing so, Springfield is violating the Mount Laurel Doctrine — a legal framework that came out of a series of landmark state civil rights cases.

The doctrine legally prevents New Jersey municipalities from using local land-use laws to discriminate based on income. It also requires all towns in to provide a fair share of affordable housing options.

Housing advocates say the doctrine is pushing the state to develop more affordable homes.

Springfield Township officials say the doctrine can “promote sprawl” if it is applied without sensitivity to other planning concerns, Frank said.

Township officials argued in court they are complying with fair share housing laws and should not be required to approve the building of more homes to meet the regional need for affordable housing, court documents say.

Springfield also argued the Van Wagoner farm site chosen by D.R. Horton for its proposed housing development is unsuitable for high-density residential development under local and state planning regulations for environmentally sensitive areas.

The Van Wagoner farm is part of what local officials called a “carefully planned farm belt” in Burlington County that has remained intact due to countywide efforts of acquiring farm easements. Those efforts helped preserve nearly 6,000 acres, they said.

The site is also a “priority farm” under Burlington County’s farmland and open space preservation plan because of its soil resources and location near other preserved land, Springfield officials said.

The type of large scale development D.R. Horton proposed would’ve transformed the area’s rural farm character into a suburban setting, the township’s attorney argued in court.

The township currently has a population of about 3,200 people and has not grown in the last two decades. The number of employed residents has also steadily declined, according to court documents.

If D.R. Horton developed its proposed housing complex, about 1,000 new residents — a quarter of the town’s population — would have been isolated to that area of town, officials said in court.

There are several reasons why the Van Wagoner farm site was not a good choice for development, Burlington County Superior Court Judge Jeanne Covert said in her written decision.

Residents of the proposed community would rely on local farm roads as their primary access and there are no public water, sewer or public transportation facilities nearby, officials said.

The property is also environmentally unsuitable for development, with steep slopes and wetlands and its proximity to a county park. And, the only nearby businesses are a drug store, a gas station and a Dollar Tree miles away in another township, according to the lawsuit.

The company’s decision not to include business development in their plans would leave the affordable housing residents without resources — opposite of what state affordable housing rules push for, the judge wrote.

“This project takes sound planning and turns it on its head, along with a demonstrated and overt lack of concern for the would-be residents of this community,” Covert wrote in her opinion.

“An approval of this plan would be the epitome of ‘unsound planning’ and contrary to the constitutional mandate of (the Mount Laurel Doctrine),” she said.

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Springfield's Township Planner Provides Update on Plans for Site of Scotty's Property and Affordable Housing Obligations

SPRINGFIELD, NJ -- Representative Mike Mistretta, of Springfield's township planning firm Harvard Consultants, gave a presentation at the March 12 Township Committee meeting outlining upcoming redevelopment plans for Springfield.The planner has formed a Master Plan subcommittee, and is in the process of creating a new Master Plan. The committee will consist of two members of the Township Committee, two from the Planning Board, two from the Zoning Board, Mistretta, township administrator John Bussiculo and township engineer Mike Disko....

SPRINGFIELD, NJ -- Representative Mike Mistretta, of Springfield's township planning firm Harvard Consultants, gave a presentation at the March 12 Township Committee meeting outlining upcoming redevelopment plans for Springfield.

The planner has formed a Master Plan subcommittee, and is in the process of creating a new Master Plan. The committee will consist of two members of the Township Committee, two from the Planning Board, two from the Zoning Board, Mistretta, township administrator John Bussiculo and township engineer Mike Disko. The committee will meet once a month through August.

"This document is going to basically reset the vision for Springfield Township for at least the next 10 years," Mistretta said. "There will be three components of the Master Plan, at a minimum: 1) our land-use plan element, 2) our housing plan element and 3) our resiliency plan."

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Mistretta said, "There is currently an Affordable Housing legislation that is currently moving through the state legislature. It's the early stages of the fourth round of our Affordable Housing obligation. As that new legislation comes online, the Master Plan subcommittee will be addressing it head on and will be getting out in advance of it and start preparing our housing element and our Fair Share plan."

The Planning Board found that 597 Morris Ave. satisfies the terms to be designated as an Area in Need of Redevelopment. Following that designation, the Township Committee will eventually prepare a redevelopment plan that would eventually be introduced as an ordinance, then be referred to the Planning Board for a hearing, and then would go back to the Township Committee for a second reading and a second public hearing.

The property at 597 Morris Ave. is still occupied by Scotty's Pub & Comedy Cove, which has been a fixture on the west side of the township for decades.

"We have a three-story building proposed with 30 units (that are) all age-restricted," Mistretta said of the 597 Morris Ave. property. "It is fully parked (and) it satisfies the residential site improvement standards. We have 59 off-street parking spaces. There are 25 market-rate units and there are five affordable housing units."

Mistretta said that the developer has agreed to redesign and enhance the building's elevations to better align with the definition of "a gateway project." The building would be three stories high.

The new development would be strictly residential, with no mixed uses. "There's nowhere to park (for retail use)," Township Administrator John Bussiculo said. "That would just cause us a nightmare trying to get in somewhere to park."

Councilman Richard Huber, referring to the township's struggles with other developments that have not met time deadlines, said, "You want an enforceable schedule that has some teeth."

Springfield's Township Planner Provides Update on Plans for Site of Scotty's Property and Affordable Housing Obligations

SPRINGFIELD, NJ -- Representative Mike Mistretta, of Springfield's township planning firm Harvard Consultants, gave a presentation at the March 12 Township Committee meeting outlining upcoming redevelopment plans for Springfield.The planner has formed a Master Plan subcommittee, and is in the process of creating a new Master Plan. The committee will consist of two members of the Township Committee, two from the Planning Board, two from the Zoning Board, Mistretta, township administrator John Bussiculo and township engineer Mike Disko....

SPRINGFIELD, NJ -- Representative Mike Mistretta, of Springfield's township planning firm Harvard Consultants, gave a presentation at the March 12 Township Committee meeting outlining upcoming redevelopment plans for Springfield.

The planner has formed a Master Plan subcommittee, and is in the process of creating a new Master Plan. The committee will consist of two members of the Township Committee, two from the Planning Board, two from the Zoning Board, Mistretta, township administrator John Bussiculo and township engineer Mike Disko. The committee will meet once a month through August.

"This document is going to basically reset the vision for Springfield Township for at least the next 10 years," Mistretta said. "There will be three components of the Master Plan, at a minimum: 1) our land-use plan element, 2) our housing plan element and 3) our resiliency plan."

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Mistretta said, "There is currently an Affordable Housing legislation that is currently moving through the state legislature. It's the early stages of the fourth round of our Affordable Housing obligation. As that new legislation comes online, the Master Plan subcommittee will be addressing it head on and will be getting out in advance of it and start preparing our housing element and our Fair Share plan."

The Planning Board found that 597 Morris Ave. satisfies the terms to be designated as an Area in Need of Redevelopment. Following that designation, the Township Committee will eventually prepare a redevelopment plan that would eventually be introduced as an ordinance, then be referred to the Planning Board for a hearing, and then would go back to the Township Committee for a second reading and a second public hearing.

The property at 597 Morris Ave. is still occupied by Scotty's Pub & Comedy Cove, which has been a fixture on the west side of the township for decades.

"We have a three-story building proposed with 30 units (that are) all age-restricted," Mistretta said of the 597 Morris Ave. property. "It is fully parked (and) it satisfies the residential site improvement standards. We have 59 off-street parking spaces. There are 25 market-rate units and there are five affordable housing units."

Mistretta said that the developer has agreed to redesign and enhance the building's elevations to better align with the definition of "a gateway project." The building would be three stories high.

The new development would be strictly residential, with no mixed uses. "There's nowhere to park (for retail use)," Township Administrator John Bussiculo said. "That would just cause us a nightmare trying to get in somewhere to park."

Councilman Richard Huber, referring to the township's struggles with other developments that have not met time deadlines, said, "You want an enforceable schedule that has some teeth."

Springfield Public Library Announces its March Youth Programs

SPRINGFIELD, NJ -- The Springfield Public Library has announced its slate of youth programs for March:3/11Bristlebot Making - New Jersey Makers Day Making and Community Outreach at Springfield Free Public LibrarySign Up for FREE Springfield NewsletterGet local news you can trust in your inbox.3:30 p.m.Grades 1 and up. Under 10 with an adult Make your own toothbrush robot after school. No registration required. Only while supplies last....

SPRINGFIELD, NJ -- The Springfield Public Library has announced its slate of youth programs for March:

3/11

Bristlebot Making - New Jersey Makers Day Making and Community Outreach at Springfield Free Public Library

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3:30 p.m.

Grades 1 and up. Under 10 with an adult Make your own toothbrush robot after school. No registration required. Only while supplies last.

3/12

Blanket Making (Linus Project) - New Jersey Makers Day Making and Community Outreach at Springfield Free Public Library

3 p.m.

Grades 5-12

Make tied blankets for hospital patients and receive community service hours. All blankets will be donated to The Linus Project for distribution to patients. This project is made possible by a grant from New Jersey Makers Day. Must be a Springfield resident to register. Failure to notify the library of your child’s absence will result in a temporary suspension of future program registration. Contact: Ms. Christine at [email protected] or 973-376-4930 x233

Non-resident registrations will be removed and are only allowed on a waitlist if the program fills with residents. Registration is required on Eventbrite:

https://LinusProjectSpringfield.eventbrite.com

3/13

Calming Crafts - Flower Mandala - New Jersey Makers Day Making and Community Outreach at Springfield Free Public Library

7pm

Ages tween thru adult

Learn to make a mandala from fresh flowers. All instruction and materials provided. This project is made possible by a grant from New Jersey Makers Day. Must be a Springfield resident to register. Failure to notify the library of your child’s absence will result in a temporary suspension of future program registration. Contact: Ms. Christine at [email protected] or 973-376-4930 x233

Non-resident registrations will be removed and are only allowed on a waitlist if the program fills with residents. Registration required on Eventbrite.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flower-mandala-calming-craft-tween-thru-adult-tickets-840201815247

3/16

Stop Motion Movie Making

12 noon

Grades 3-5

Learn to make a simple stop motion animation on library I-pads.

Must be a Springfield resident to register. Failure to notify the library of your child’s absence will result in a temporary suspension of future program registration. Contact: Ms. Christine at [email protected] or 973-376-4930 x233

Registration is required on Eventbrite.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stop-motion-animation-workshop-grades-3-5-tickets-840382866777

3/16 - Special Event

Making Around the World - New Jersey Makers Day Making and Community Outreach at Springfield Free Public Library

All ages - Under 10 with a parent/caregiver. (Some activities not appropriate for children 3 years and under).

2pm - 4pm

Visit STEM stations throughout the library and fill a maker passport to win a prize. Stations include Lego challenges, Strawbees, marble run, Ozobots, Sphero Mini Robots and more. No registration required.

3/19

Read to a Therapy Dog

Ages 5 and up

Slots starting at 3:30 p.m.

Reluctant readers can practice their reading skills by reading to our visiting therapy dog. Must be a Springfield resident to register. Failure to notify the library of your child’s absence will result in a temporary suspension of future program registration. Contact: Ms. Christine at [email protected] or 973-376-4930 x233

Non-resident registrations will be removed and are only allowed on a waitlist if the program fills with residentRegistration required on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/untitled-3149619

3/26

Crafts with Chloe

Grades 3 and up (under 10 with an adult)

Tuesday, March 26th at 3:30PM

Make and decorate a 3D butterfly. Must be a Springfield resident to register. Failure to notify the library of your child’s absence will result in a temporary suspension of future program registration. Contact: Ms. Christine at [email protected] or 973-376-4930 x233

Registration is required on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/crafts-with-chloe-3d-butterfly-grades-3-and-up-under-10-with-adult-tickets-840443989597

Springfield Public Library Announces its March Youth Programs

SPRINGFIELD, NJ -- The Springfield Public Library has announced its slate of youth programs for March:3/11Bristlebot Making - New Jersey Makers Day Making and Community Outreach at Springfield Free Public LibrarySign Up for FREE Springfield NewsletterGet local news you can trust in your inbox.This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and ...

SPRINGFIELD, NJ -- The Springfield Public Library has announced its slate of youth programs for March:

3/11

Bristlebot Making - New Jersey Makers Day Making and Community Outreach at Springfield Free Public Library

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3:30 p.m.

Grades 1 and up. Under 10 with an adult Make your own toothbrush robot after school. No registration required. Only while supplies last.

3/12

Blanket Making (Linus Project) - New Jersey Makers Day Making and Community Outreach at Springfield Free Public Library

3 p.m.

Grades 5-12

Make tied blankets for hospital patients and receive community service hours. All blankets will be donated to The Linus Project for distribution to patients. This project is made possible by a grant from New Jersey Makers Day. Must be a Springfield resident to register. Failure to notify the library of your child’s absence will result in a temporary suspension of future program registration. Contact: Ms. Christine at [email protected] or 973-376-4930 x233

Non-resident registrations will be removed and are only allowed on a waitlist if the program fills with residents. Registration is required on Eventbrite:

https://LinusProjectSpringfield.eventbrite.com

3/13

Calming Crafts - Flower Mandala - New Jersey Makers Day Making and Community Outreach at Springfield Free Public Library

7pm

Ages tween thru adult

Learn to make a mandala from fresh flowers. All instruction and materials provided. This project is made possible by a grant from New Jersey Makers Day. Must be a Springfield resident to register. Failure to notify the library of your child’s absence will result in a temporary suspension of future program registration. Contact: Ms. Christine at [email protected] or 973-376-4930 x233

Non-resident registrations will be removed and are only allowed on a waitlist if the program fills with residents. Registration required on Eventbrite.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flower-mandala-calming-craft-tween-thru-adult-tickets-840201815247

3/16

Stop Motion Movie Making

12 noon

Grades 3-5

Learn to make a simple stop motion animation on library I-pads.

Must be a Springfield resident to register. Failure to notify the library of your child’s absence will result in a temporary suspension of future program registration. Contact: Ms. Christine at [email protected] or 973-376-4930 x233

Registration is required on Eventbrite.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stop-motion-animation-workshop-grades-3-5-tickets-840382866777

3/16 - Special Event

Making Around the World - New Jersey Makers Day Making and Community Outreach at Springfield Free Public Library

All ages - Under 10 with a parent/caregiver. (Some activities not appropriate for children 3 years and under).

2pm - 4pm

Visit STEM stations throughout the library and fill a maker passport to win a prize. Stations include Lego challenges, Strawbees, marble run, Ozobots, Sphero Mini Robots and more. No registration required.

3/19

Read to a Therapy Dog

Ages 5 and up

Slots starting at 3:30 p.m.

Reluctant readers can practice their reading skills by reading to our visiting therapy dog. Must be a Springfield resident to register. Failure to notify the library of your child’s absence will result in a temporary suspension of future program registration. Contact: Ms. Christine at [email protected] or 973-376-4930 x233

Non-resident registrations will be removed and are only allowed on a waitlist if the program fills with residentRegistration required on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/untitled-3149619

3/26

Crafts with Chloe

Grades 3 and up (under 10 with an adult)

Tuesday, March 26th at 3:30PM

Make and decorate a 3D butterfly. Must be a Springfield resident to register. Failure to notify the library of your child’s absence will result in a temporary suspension of future program registration. Contact: Ms. Christine at [email protected] or 973-376-4930 x233

Registration is required on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/crafts-with-chloe-3d-butterfly-grades-3-and-up-under-10-with-adult-tickets-840443989597

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