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  1. Stone Harbor / Lincoln Park - After spending 10 days in Stone Harbor, I felt it necessary to give an "atta boy" to the lifeguards, beach tag people both on the beach and on 95 St. Also, the people who ran the surfing and tennis classes at 81 St. All involved were professional and courteous, and as always a great job by the firemen for the fireworks display. Last but not least, a "job well done" by the DPW workers. Thanks for a great vacation.

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    Publication date: 7/15/2015
  2. Wildwood - Why can't Wildwood get a fixed span bridge? There are two over the Cape May Canal, one in Avalon, and Sea Isle and North Wildwood have fixed span. Wildwood has George Redding, which seems to have endless, ongoing repairs that must cost tons of money, and closes one lane most days of the year, even now in July. Wouldn't a fixed span make a whole lot more sense?

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    Publication date: 7/15/2015
  3. South Dennis - Regarding all the spouts about the thousands of non-local, tourist vehicles on Gravel Hole Road: It is now so ridiculous that 18-wheeler tractor trailers are now re-routing off of SH 83 and SH 47 and bouncing over the speed humps to avoid two traffic lights. The latest "rolling parking lot" traffic fiasco started Thursday night, July 2 as tourists were driving down to the shore, and it was still ongoing Monday evening, July 6. Gravel Hole Road is a 25 mph speed zone with many bicycles and pedestrians, and was never intended as a major road artery.

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  4. Wildwood - The Boardwalk is looking cleaner than ever. Thanks public works for doing a great job. Your hard work does not go unnoticed.

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  5. Wildwood Crest - Who else noticed how many cars with New York tags visited us this holiday weekend? This is a pleasant surprise to see so many from that area making the long drive, and all the benefits to our economy that are involved, which these tourists bring.

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    Publication date: 7/15/2015
  6. Avalon - A daily paper is reporting survey results showing many Jersey voters would like the governor to step down as he begins his national campaign for higher office, citing growing, unresolved problems at home requiring full-time attention. Now that we elect a lieutenant governor, the logistics in a transfer of office should be an easy transition.

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  7. Villas - Mayor Beck stated it correctly in the Press July 6 that the township does not have the funds for full-time enforcement of dog laws. Residents need to be more proactive and call the police if they see dogs off leash. The township tried unsuccessfully in 2009 to ban dogs from the beaches but the residents protested then as well. If police were stationed there a couple days a week, the message would spread quickly. People are afraid of the police but they are not and never have been deterred by animal control. The new animal control company is doing a great job in the township, but need police.

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  8. Wildwood - Kudos for bringing the Philly Pops to town for the Fourth of July celebration. The orchestra, chorus and guest performer were excellent. Their honoring of all service members and the patriotic music was wonderful and a great reminder of how fortunate we are in the USA. Thanks.

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  9. Lower Township - What is the expected opening date of the northbound overpasses in Cape May County on the GSP? Their original announcement said about two years. That was March 2013 after work had started.

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  10. Stone Harbor - I agree with the writer about 83rd St. and Third Ave. having a serious traffic problem. I would go one step further and put a traffic light in. The town should contact the state and get a request in the works. It's not "if" but "when" a serious accident will occur.

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