MONDAY ADVISORY: Allen to Meet with Burlington Students to Discuss Combating Speeding in School Zones
On Monday, October 24, Senator Diane Allen (R-Burlington) will visit Burlington City High School to meet with school officials and the Burlington City High School students who started “25 Save Lives” campaign to discuss her legislation to combat speeding in school zones. Official action will be taken on site at Burlington City High School, following a special announcement regarding the legislation.
When: 1 p.m. on Monday, October 24, 2016.
Where: Burlington City High School, Route 130 North: 100 Blue Devil, Burlington, NJ 08016
Who: Senator Diane Allen, “25 Saves Lives” Student Advocates, Superintendent Patricia T. Doloughty Ed.D, and Principal James Flynn
Availability: Open. Senator Allen will be available for press inquiries following the event.
Event Contact: Emily Everson, Senate Republican Office, 609-847-3600; Burlington City High School, (609) 387-5800
Join me Monday 10/24 at Burlington City HS as I meet w/students to discuss my bills to stop speeding in school zones https://t.co/Xykag8c55A
— Senator Diane Allen (@dianeallennj) October 21, 2016
“The Burlington City High School students who started the 25 Saves Lives campaign following the tragic death of their classmate, Antwan Timbers, Jr., are the true heroes of this story,” Senator Allen said. “I am looking forward to meeting with these students and our dedicated local law enforcement officers to discuss my legislation to stop dangerous drivers from putting our students in harm’s way on Route 130 and in school zones statewide.”