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  1. Sea Isle City - I had a fall in my home last week, and the Sea Isle EMT's came right away when I called. The two men were very kind. Thanks for making me feel better about a bad situation.

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  2. Goshen - I live on Rt. 47 and I keep putting tree limbs I have trimmed and some small, dead trees I have cut down out on 47 for the township to pick up. The state keeps coming by and putting the limbs back in the woods! Why?

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  3. Stone Harbor - Bravo to the Stone Harbor DPW workers, the mayor and the council for taking the initiative to allow employees to be home with and honor their families Dec. 26. Honoring veterans is something that should occur every day of the year, not on a single day outlined to do so. Veterans are the backbone of our great country; families are just as important, and spending much needed time with them is precious, just as precious as honoring Veterans.

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  4. Wildwood - I greatly respect the work done by our public servants in the police and fire depts. However, twice in the last week, I have nearly been involved in accidents with emergency vehicles, which didn't have their sirens on. Both times, they put the sirens on only as they approached the intersection. I always pull over as required, but I didn't know the vehicles were there until the last second, and I didn't have time to react. These vehicles are equipped with sirens for a reason. I know the sound must give them a headache but it's better than causing an accident. Could a reminder be issued to them?

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  5. North Wildwood - About the NW surplus vehicles: So many people fail to evacuate at the height of a situation and are desperate for help. Step one is to get access to flood areas. Step two is to have actual equipment that starts to contain a fire, or provide medical aid or subdue looters. Thankfully, NW can do all, including evacuating elderly in a protected way. If you really want to learn, stop by any public safety dept. and ask. NW is now far better prepared than most, if not all shore communities. This is the responsibility of public safety. The cost is minimal considering the ability to protect.

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  6. Avalon - I, too, chose to raise my family in Avalon, and I'm fifth generation here. I, too, love quaint Avalon, which is one reason why I don't believe that putting a well-planned and constructed boutique hotel on 21st Street, where a hotel stood in the same spot for 50+ years, will destroy Avalon. Instead, I believe it will provide lots of other opportunities for a town that struggles, except for June 30 to Aug. 30 each year.

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  7. Cape May - It's very hypocritical that Cape May, the great seaside, family resort, doesn't want to pay for schooling. People who own second homes in town need to know it's not a three month community. It's a real town, with real people and real families who live here year-round. I wonder if they would fight the same issue in their northern and western hometowns?

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  8. West Wildwood / Wildwood - To the West Wildwood spouter about the police: Look at what these officers were making when the last contract was in place, which expired in 2011. After you review that, see if you can find better for less. If anything, you should be thanking these fine men and women; they're doing the job with all the same calls for service that these other towns have, for half the price.

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  9. North Cape May - I hope someone will re-asphalt the roads going from North Cape May to the Villas. It's like riding a bull in your car!

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  10. Dennis Township - I have become aware that Dennis Township appears, to this writer, at the present time, to have no local laws concerning the use and discharge of firearms within the township. I right this to urge the residents of Dennis to ask for said law to deter the inevitable, misdirected discharge that could cripple or kill someone. No law is full proof, but hopefully one can deter some folks from doing the dumb.

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014

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