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  1. Stone Harbor - Why is our council silent on what they are going to do to help our museum obtain an appropriate, larger space? The museum is a real treasure for our town and they need support from council now.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  2. Town Bank - While riding bikes along Shore Dr., my husband and I had a white SUV with Jersey plates come up behind us, beeping their horn, cursing at us and yelling at us to get out of the road! Instead of waiting until we could pull over more, they continued driving, forcing us into a sand pile that had spilled onto the road, where I almost fell off my bike and crashed into their vehicle! And we don't need a sidewalk/bike path?

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  3. North Wildwood / Cherry Hill - Summer is over and things have quieted down. Hopefully that includes the horrific noise from the helicopter that was continually flying over North Wildwood. Talk about air pollution. My family and I own a condo on the north end and we found it very difficult to sit out on the deck due to the noise. Please do something about this so we do not have to endure it again next year.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  4. Court House - Fast food can only employ so many. People need marketable skills. Talented, “skilled labor” is in demand worldwide and can pay very well if you are willing to work. Just because you can change a tire or perform a tune-up, does not make you a talented mechanic. Just because you can solder two wires together does not make you a talented electrician. Trades are learned in trade schools and then skills are honed through working hard in the field. The better you are, the more you are worth. Learn a skill and hone your talents. Rewarding employment will follow.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  5. Cold Spring - I read that Cape May County is bonding for a new street sweeper. What's wrong with the old one? It has to be like new. They only use it right before an election every year.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  6. Court House - Stanford mathematician and former member of the Common Core Validation Committee, Dr. James Milgram, said that if the controversial standards are not repealed, America’s place as a competitor in the technology industry will ultimately be severely undermined. “In the future, if we want to work with the top level people, we’re going to have to go to China or Japan or Korea, and that’s the future we’re looking at,” Milgram said. School systems and parents must fight Common Core now.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  7. North Cape May - The area along Sheriff Taylor Drive, as you come off Townbank Rd., is an absolute disgrace. This is due to passerby throwing soda cans, water bottles, Styrofoam food containers and newspapers into the woods. There are homes behind this area and it is just a matter of time before our homes are overrun with rodents. Perhaps our public workers, for whom we pay our taxes, can clean up this area? Another solution would be for police to patrol and issue littering fines to these inconsiderate people.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  8. Stone Harbor - Will the person who mistakenly took the blue/green Earth Cruiser bicycle from the beach entrance at 92nd St. please return it to that entrance. It has held family memories for 25 years. Thanks!

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  9. North Wildwood - Why do people have to park a half a block away on Oak St. to drop their trash, etc.? Maybe the workers should park their cars elsewhere instead of in the spots next to the entrance. Give the taxpayers the first couple spots to drop off, at least.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  10. Ocean City - I have been a local, a 'shoobie,' a renter and finally a summer homeowner. No matter what my living condition nor the number of years since I had to go back to school, Sept. 1 has been a melancholy day for most of my life. Yes, it is nicer here now that the tourists are gone, but I get sad every Labor Day. It is like a memorial to the well over 60 summers that I have bid farewell to. I guess it has to do with the passage of time and our May/Dec. view of the passage of life. Good bye summer 2014.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014

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