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  1. Stone Harbor - Stone Harbor is practicing sales prevention. Upon exiting a building Aug. 16 around 8:05 p.m., I looked across the street and watched two meter police give a ticket to a car that was parked outside the painted lines by three feet or so. Curious, I walked across the street and found 90 minutes left on the meter. Did they ever think that the parking resulted from a previous illegal parking effort?

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  2. Wildwood - I watched CNN Aug. 20 and all I could see was news media and police in Ferguson, Miss. Very few, if any protesters. The news media is doing its best to promote racial hatred and to keep this story alive.

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  3. Villas - To WC spouter about the blue car with a loud muffler: Did you ever stop and think they can't afford a new muffler and that is their only way to work to support their family?Maybe you and the other neighbors could get together and buy a new one! Also, if you are awoken from your sleep, how do you know this person's route and that they have a bad sticker?

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  4. West Wildwood - Could the homeowner on the 700 block of West Maple Ave. remove the half trailer blocking the pavement? I thought code enforcement would have the unregistered trailer removed. It's been there for a couple of years and it is an eyesore.

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  5. Cold Spring - I think the residents of Ward 3 in Lower Township should have the police station in Ward 3. We contribute the most amount of taxes to the township. The first police station was in Ward 3 until 1976, at what is now the Lower Twp. Road Dept.

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  6. Wildwood - Let a volunteer fire department handle Wildwood. It would save a lot of money.

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  7. Wildwood / Bristol - Please consider replacing the steps with ramps to get down to the beach, so that we can easily access the beach with our beach cart and chairs!

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  8. Avalon - Recently, good friends were riding bikes in Avalon. As they approached 1st Ave. and were riding side by side, a police officer pulled them over. He asked for name, address, and social security number. It turns out he ran a criminal background check on them. After sitting on a curb for 15 minutes, they were finally released without being ticketed or jailed. Has it really come to this? On any given weekend, hundreds of bicyclists violate this "ride single file" law. But a background check? How about a warning regarding road safety and call it a day?

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  9. Cape May - Regarding the "parking for resident only" signs in Cape May: Can anyone park in these spots between 10 p.m. and 10 a.m. as you can do for free at parking meters in our town? I would assume you can, since these signs have taken up many spots where a parking meter once stood. If you can't, the cost of these permits should be doubled.

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  10. Court House - The benefits to the American economy of businesses hiring legitimate immigrant workers is manifold. Their work ethic and willingness to work for lower wages allows grassroots, small businesses to stay afloat. They work at jobs that a lot of us do not want, such as farm labor, landscaping, construction, home improvement, etc. In an environment where there is good labor, it's only a matter of time before the local economy becomes revitalized and property values increase, and so too the need for white collar services.

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014

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