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  1. Dennis Township - I wonder if public worker's are aware that in the private sector, health insurance premiums can cost $1,000 to $1,500 per month for family coverage with $25 to $50 co-pays?

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    Publication date: 9/24/2014
  2. North Wildwood - To the spouter complaining about the high property taxes in North Wildwood and Wildwood, approximately nine percent of each town's "winter" population work for the municipalities. This means that nine percent of the winter population, including their extended family, votes to keep the status quo. This also means that the city itself is the island's largest full-time employer. If you like your public job, benefits and pension, one votes accordingly, and it's equivalent to hitting the lottery for some folks, especially in a resort town with high unemployment for most who reside year round.

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    Publication date: 9/24/2014
  3. Stone Harbor - It is obvious from the Herald article that our police now want a boat. Maybe the council should think about dredging and use the money for that, instead of another boat. As I sit at my house, I watch the marine police and Coast Guard patrolling our bay every day. I think that our firemen even have a boat. Why waste my tax dollars on another wasteful item when the priority should be to dredge?

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    Publication date: 9/24/2014
  4. Lower Township - Why is the county placing a family planning clinic at their senior center in Lower Township? They already have a family planning clinic. Don't they realize families with children are dwindling in Cape May County? They should do more for the population growing in the county, namely retirees and seniors.

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    Publication date: 9/24/2014
  5. Stone Harbor - It is time for the borough to spend as much money on the bay front as the beach front. Millions spent to remove "ugly" pipes, but nothing spent to dredge. It is time to change the councilperson in charge to someone who can get things done. Maybe a regional approach is needed.

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    Publication date: 9/24/2014
  6. Lower Township - Jim Neville is "not for disturbing the dunes!" Morey continues to argue in favor of his sidewalk as the answer to a "serious safety issue." He claimed at the last council meeting that Dr. Farrell said that the project would not have a negative impact on the dunes or flooding. I did not hear the Stockton's "dune guru" say that, I heard him say that "the dune is essential. I agree with you 100 percent and I think the town does too, that the dune is absolutely essential." Neville is right on. If there is a safety issue, let's fix it without disturbing the dunes.

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    Publication date: 9/24/2014
  7. Avalon - Many residents opposed to zoning changes and variances may be overlooked due to a regulation that prohibits petitions. They can be helpful. This concerns a proposed hotel project in the center of town. They can give the number of favorable or unfavorable views and they can indicate residents' feelings throughout the Borough of Avalon.

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    Publication date: 9/24/2014
  8. Lower Township - I am tired of senators voting for what their party wants and not what is good for the public. So sad that on Sept. 15, every Republican senator voted against equal pay for equal work for women. Shame on them! It is time to vote against any Senator from any party who does not have the guts to do the right thing.

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    Publication date: 9/24/2014
  9. Villas - I do not want the township entering into a shared service agreement with the county for our safety building at the airport. The county is the one that stuck us with this lemon of a building in the first place, and no doubt about it, the taxpayers of Lower would get stuck again in the end for the lion's share of a shared service building.

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    Publication date: 9/24/2014
  10. North Wildwood - Don't you just love those talking heads on TV, especially on Fox, who suddenly have become military strategists, when they try to analyze what our experienced and professional military leaders are planning in the Iraq area? Just what is in the background of these news anchors in their attempts to second guess the top Pentagon generals? Personally, I feel our administration is just letting out too much information.

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    Publication date: 9/24/2014

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