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Montclair's HomeCorp Welcomes 2 Trustees To Kick Off New Year MONTCLAIR, NJ — Since it launch 30 years ago, HomeCorp has helped to develop nearly 200 units of affordable housing in Montclair. Now, the nonprofit is setting its sights on 2021, a year which includes the addition of two new trustees. On Jan. 1, two new trustees joined the board at HomeCorp: Deb Morrone-Collela and Carmel Loughman. Morrone-Collela and Loughman will help guide HomeCorp on its mission to create local affordable housing and offer other services, such as a counseling department that offers first-time buyer workshops, foreclosure prevention services and post-closing ownership support. According to a news release: 'Deborah Morrone-Colella joined The Seeing Eye in 2014 where she is the Director of Donor and Public Relations. She oversees all fundraising and communications programs. Ms. Morrone-Colella previously served as Vice President of Development at Saint Barnabas Medical Center. Prior to that, she was Managing Director of Changing Our World, Inc. She also has served as Executive Director of Christian Health Care Center and as Vice President of Development at Saint Joseph's Regional Medical Center. She is a graduate of Moravian College and was a resident of Montclair for over 27 years.' 'A longtime Montclair resident, Carmel Loughman moved to town in 1988. Ms. Loughman had a successful career in risk management before taking early retirement. She worked in finance for over 35 years at a variety of large corporations including Prudential, American Smelting and Refining Company, Marsh and McLennan, Schering Plough (Merck), and L'Oreal USA. Ms. Loughman currently serves on the Montclair Planning Board. She was recently named the Communications Director for the Montclair Area League of Women Voters. Throughout her life, Ms. Loughman has served as a volunteer at her church, her son's school, and community outreach organizations. Ms. Loughman studied classics at St. Peter's College, graduated from New Jersey City University, and earned an MBA in finance from New York University.' Send local news tips and correction requests to [email protected] Captive Rearing May Help Take Two WV Crayfish Off The Endangered List Strange as it might seem, a bridge-replacement project in Southern West Virginia might have provided the key to preserving two endangered crayfish species. The new bridge, a railroad trestle that carries a Norfolk Southern mainline over the Tug Fork River near Matewan, was built in 2019. But before work could begin on the project, scientists had to ensure construction wouldn’t harm the federally endangered Big Sandy crayfish. The solution involved capturing crayfish from the river, holding them until all the work was done, and then releasing them back into the wild. Along the way, scientists discovered a new approach for hatching and rearing crayfish in captivity — an approach that could bode well for other endangered crayfish species. David Foltz, a senior mussel and crayfish biologist with Weirton-based Edge Engineering and Science, said the process began in 2017, when railroad officials began pre-construction planning to replace the bridge. “Before they could proceed, they had to survey the area for endangered mussels, endangered bats and endangered crayfish,” Foltz explained. “We went down there and did the three surveys. We didn’t find any endangered bats or mussels, but we did find two Big Sandy crayfish. “Since the species is federally listed, the railroad had two alternatives — move the project, or go through formal consultation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. They couldn’t move the bridge, so they went into consultation.” In 2019, the Fish and Wildlife Service told Norfolk Southern it could proceed, but only if scientists collected 50 Big Sandy crayfish from the site, temporarily housed them off-site, and released them back into the wild after the bridge work was finished. “The goal was to remove any animals that might have [been killed or harmed] by the in-stream construction work,” Foltz said. “Getting 50 of them seemed like a daunting task, given that we only collected two when we sampled there. “But we very quickly hit that number, and eventually ended up with 80. We started radio-tagging and releasing the ones that were large enough to carry a transmitter.” Foltz enlisted students from West Liberty University’s Crayfish Conservation Laboratory to help with the collection and monitoring efforts. Some of the crayfish were taken to the White Sulphur Springs National Fish Hatchery for safekeeping, and some were taken to the lab at West Liberty. While construction took place, Foltz and the students tracked the movements of crayfish they had radio-tagged. “We were there tracking once every 10 days from June through October of 2019,” he said. “We continued that until all the in-stream construction was finished.” Shortly after construction ended, Foltz started to write a report about the project’s progress. “In the process of doing that, we realized that a lot of the females we had collected and brought in had actually dropped eggs,” he recalled. Closer examination revealed that some of the females that hadn’t yet borne eggs were ready to. Foltz and Zac Loughman, the West Liberty professor who heads up the Crayfish Conservation Laboratory, set about making sure they did. “David had brought us some animals, and they’d already deposited eggs at the hatchery,” Loughman said. “We knew we were getting more than 50 crayfish then. When I looked at the females that hadn’t dropped eggs, I could see ‘glair’ under their abdomens — white patches that indicate a female is capable of extruding eggs. “I was like, ‘Holy Moses, what’s going on here?’ Well, we had a lot of them drop eggs. We went from 50 crayfish to hundreds of them.” Fortunately for the newborns, the people at West Liberty knew a bit about rearing crayfish in captivity. They’d done it with other species, and it didn’t take them long to figure out how to do it with their Big Sandy cousins. “We had so many baby crayfish we didn’t have room for them all,” Loughman said. “We had to send a bunch of them to White Sulphur Springs, and the staff there worked out a special diet for them.” The young crayfish grew at a rate Loughman calls “shockingly fast.” “They grow more slowly in the wild because they have to compete for food with everything else in the stream, and they don’t grow during the winter when the water gets cold,” he said. “In the lab, we had ideal conditions for them, and we were able to get them to sexual maturity in about 8 months instead of 3 to 5 years. Incredible.” To rear the youngsters to maturity, scientists had to try to overcome one overarching hurdle — the animals’ tendency to prey on one another. “There is a critical point at which they get too big to cling to their mothers, and they have to go off and do their own thing,” Loughman explained. “When that happens, they stop tolerating the presence of their brothers and sisters. In fact, they realize they’d make a wonderful meal.” Biologists call the phenomenon “siblicide.” “Once they get to half-an-inch to three-quarters-of-an-inch in size, they will totally feed on any siblings they catch molting,” Loughman added. “So then, the issue becomes having enough facility space to raise these crayfish in individual cells.” Neither the lab nor the hatchery had that many aquariums, so the caretakers had to improvise. “We moved a bunch of them into bigger aquaria and threw a lot of stuff — PVC pipes, gravel, aquarium plants — into the aquaria in the hope it would create hidey-holes where the animals could molt in peace and not get eaten by their siblings,” Loughman said. Students in West Liberty’s Zoo Science program were charged with caring for the crayfish while they were in human care. “Those students are going to school so they can work in zoos with elephants and rhinoceroses,” Loughman said. “I brought them in and told them, ‘Hi guys, you’re taking care of crayfish now!’ They were like, ‘What?!’ “A couple of the students really adopted the crayfish, though. One in particular, Michelle Williams, checked on the animals several times a week while the school was shut down with COVID. I feel like the growth we observed was directly attributable to her care.” In the end, 30 of the youngsters survived to maturity, and on Nov. 9 they and the original 50 were released back into Tug Fork. Clad in wetsuits, Loughman and Foltz snorkeled to the river’s bottom and hand-placed the crayfish, one by one, into prime hiding places. “We couldn’t turn them loose all at once without creating a feeding frenzy for the river’s smallmouth bass,” Loughman cracked. Norfolk Southern paid all the expenses for the multi-year effort. Foltz said he wasn’t at liberty to reveal the actual cost of the project, but said it was “a drop in the bucket compared to the cost of the bridge’s construction.” Loughman said the rearing effort “has huge implications” for the future of West Virginia’s two endangered crayfish species, the Big Sandy crayfish and the Guyandotte River crayfish. “If all the actors and players get unified, we can get those two species off [the Endangered Species List],” he added. “If we can get this propagation thing standardized, and then start restoring stream habitat for the animals, we’ll be cooking with gas. I don’t think this has to be a permanent listing. “The big thing about this project is that the presence of an endangered animal didn’t shut down economic development. We were able to conserve the crayfish, and Norfolk Southern was able to put its bridge in. We met in the middle and were able to eat our cake and have it, too. That’s the way conservation should be done, if at all possible.” De Smet Keeps On Rolling With Win Over Chaminade To Continue Bounce-back Season De Smet vs. Chaminade De Smet's Vito Biondo (13) skates after the puck during a hockey game on Monday, January 4, 2021 at Queeny Park Rink in Manchester, Mo. Paul Halfacre, STLhighschoolsports.Com Paul Halfacre De Smet vs. Chaminade De Smet's Thomas Deneault (43) battles for the puck during a hockey game on Monday, January 4, 2021 at Queeny Park Rink in Manchester, Mo. Paul Halfacre, STLhighschoolsports.Com Paul Halfacre De Smet vs. Chaminade Chaminade's Timothy Ryan (14) skates with the puck during a hockey game on Monday, January 4, 2021 at Queeny Park Rink in Manchester, Mo. Paul Halfacre, STLhighschoolsports.Com Paul Halfacre De Smet vs. Chaminade Chaminade's Luka Myller (31) dives after the puck during a hockey game on Monday, January 4, 2021 at Queeny Park Rink in Manchester, Mo. 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Paul Halfacre, STLhighschoolsports.Com Paul Halfacre De Smet vs. Chaminade De Smet's Tyson Davenport (27) checks Chaminade's Quin Rizer (41) into the boards during a hockey game on Monday, January 4, 2021 at Queeny Park Rink in Manchester, Mo. Paul Halfacre, STLhighschoolsports.Com Paul Halfacre De Smet vs. Chaminade De Smet's Tyler Loughman (8) looks back for the puck after a face-off during a hockey game on Monday, January 4, 2021 at Queeny Park Rink in Manchester, Mo. Paul Halfacre, STLhighschoolsports.Com Paul Halfacre De Smet vs. Chaminade De Smet's Thomas Ruder (86) skates after the puck during a hockey game on Monday, January 4, 2021 at Queeny Park Rink in Manchester, Mo. Paul Halfacre, STLhighschoolsports.Com Paul Halfacre De Smet vs. Chaminade De Smet's Kelly Coldwater (10) checks a Chaminade player into the boards during a hockey game on Monday, January 4, 2021 at Queeny Park Rink in Manchester, Mo. 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