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  1. Wildwood - Another court has agreed not to let Obama's amnesty for illegal aliens go forward, agreeing with over 62% of Americans who strongly oppose amnesty for illegal aliens. Why should anyone be rewarded for breaking our laws? Studies show that low-income Americans are hurt the most by illegal immigration, so why would every Democrat in the Senate, 'who say they're for the poor, low-income Americans,' vote to grant amnesty, because they don't care about the American worker and they suffered big loses in the last election for that reason. I'm one of many Democrats who will vote against amnesty.

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    Publication date: 6/3/2015
  2. Wildwood / Malvern - Wildwood officials should take note of repeated articles in a daily paper reporting the attractions and selling points of family-friendly Ocean City, which has become a prime destination for tourists. In the same edition, the paper reported a shoot-out at McDonald's in Wildwood, fights on the Boardwalk, drunk teens and numerous drug arrests. All the dollars spent to promote visits to Wildwood are useless if the town is perceived as unsafe.

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    Publication date: 6/3/2015
  3. Rio Grande - Three shootings in a week! Middle Township Council needs to hire more officers immediately. I want to see bicycle and foot patrols in Rio Grande. Let's see some officers riding bikes around the neighborhoods for community policing too!

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    Publication date: 6/3/2015
  4. North Wildwood - With the Iraq army leaving millions of dollars of American supplied weapons and running from ISIS attackers, some U.S. senators are calling for up to 10,000 American ground troops to be deployed there to do the job for the Iraqis. Is this the type of quagmire we once again wish to risk additional American young lives, just like Vietnam? We must remember which senators favor this, and vote them out next time.

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    Publication date: 6/3/2015
  5. Cape May - Our police do a great job here in town. However, as the season begins, so do the off-road violations. Can't we enforce such things this year, with people with dogs on our mall and promenade? If people ignore the signs posted about these violations, they should be warned and fined the second time.

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    Publication date: 6/3/2015
  6. North Cape May - Spouters complaining about the folks who enjoy the newly discovered beach along North Cape May and Town Bank need to give it a rest. I live in North Cape May and I am happy to see people enjoying the bayfront beach. Come one, come all. Welcome to our beach.

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    Publication date: 6/3/2015
  7. Wildwood - The parks in Wildwood have made great improvements ever since public works took them back over! It would be nice if some trees or gardens could be added to City Hall with the new grass, but other than that, keep up the good work!

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    Publication date: 6/3/2015
  8. Wildwood Crest - To the Stone Harbor bike spouter: The Wildwoods are the same. My young son was nearly hit by a family on a large multi-seat bike riding on the sidewalk, and when I mentioned to them they are not supposed to be on the sidewalk, I was given the middle finger and some choice obscenities. People in the Wildwoods ride bikes wherever they want, weaving on and off the sidewalks, not obeying stop signs or lights, and the cops don't look twice.

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    Publication date: 6/3/2015
  9. West Wildwood - To the Wildwood spouter claiming the millennial spouter needs to hang out with more people his age: I am a millennial and hang out with people my age who have the same views as me. We, millennials just so happen to have similar views as those many years our elder, and views similar to those who founded this great country. Work hard and you will be rewarded.

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    Publication date: 6/3/2015
  10. Court House - Why do the fire departments and rescue squads choose the busiest traffic weekend to stand in the middle of the road and solicit donations? It seems strange that the people we rely on to save our lives in an emergency are out there purposely creating dangerous situations and throwing the flow of traffic into chaos. Find a modern, safe way for the grateful public to support these services.

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    Publication date: 6/3/2015

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