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  1. Lower Township - I agree with the spouter that Memorial School has never looked cleaner in the last month. I pick my children up each day and really see a difference. Great job to whoever is cleaning there these days.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  2. Sea Isle City - To the woman walking her dog along 49th street April 20: I watched your dog, with the leash extended several feet, "visit" three properties, almost up to the front doors, while you strolled along. Does "curb your dog" only apply to some people?

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  3. Wildwood - Is anyone obeying the stop sign on Burk and Mediterranean avenues? We watch cars, including police cars, flying through that intersection without even looking or slowing down. The season is starting soon and someone will get hurt. There are a lot of kids on that street now, and people need to start slowing down and paying attention to street signs.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  4. North Wildwood - The spouter thinking that school counselors should be finding summer jobs for students needs to understand counselors are evaluated on what kids do after graduating, and so they are busy either getting students into college or signing up for military service. That's why so many of our recent graduates go straight into the service when they leave high school, and why aren't parents stepping up to stop this vicious cycle?

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  5. Rio Grande - Am I wrong to feel the death penalty is too extreme a punishment for that young Russian involved in the Boston Marathon bombing? He was only a teenager at the time, and was following the advice of an older brother, whom he adored. Of course, he must face consequences for what he did, but life in prison seems about appropriate punishment.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  6. Wildwood Crest - I guess snow birds and second homeowners need a reminder about allowing their dogs to roam unleashed, with many residents now carrying their pepper spray cans, after last fall's dog attack on the bike path. Because leash laws are not enforced, innocent dogs suffer, and their owners are forced to do the job we pay others to do.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  7. Seaville - Recent spouts described how millennials get their news from social media, and various late night TV cable shows. Is it any wonder, when the regular broadcast programs are filled with pharmaceutical commercials, obviously aimed at older viewers, advertising products for older men's problems, depression, weight loss and eye problems? Younger viewers are turned off by just watching such commercials.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  8. Wildwood - After seeing almost daily news reports of fatal shootings by police captured on cell phone cameras, am I the only one wondering why cops aren't more aware that someone somewhere may be out there with their cameras rolling? It's a new era, and almost everyone, especially the young, is tech savvy, ready and willing to post videos on social media. This goes for coaches, teachers and preachers, also.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  9. Villas - I cannot believe that with all the juvenile problems down at Mulligan Field in Villas, that there is still no protection from the Lower Twp. Police Dept. It's out of control there. They go right onto Mowery Ave. and block the streets all the way down to Weber Ave. This stuff about Lower Twp. police and property checks is that they just drive by; they don't get out of the police cars, and walk around, and let the kids know what they're doing is wrong and move them on. Only when someone gets really hurt will something be done.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  10. Dennis Township - Why on Earth did the Cape May County Park line all of their playgrounds with ground-up tire pieces? When all of the playgrounds are removing tire pieces for verified health concerns, the park just installed them? They've ruined our favorite playgrounds.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015

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