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  1. Cape May - A bit of egg on the faces of the news media for the never ending hype on winter storm Juno. Millions of dollars lost shutting down cities and states.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  2. Rio Grande - Reading spouts from younger people against our various overseas involvements, it's no wonder they feel that way when media anchors do waste so much time with problems in the Middle East, and elsewhere, when things most people really care about get such short coverage. How can you compare the Patriots scandal and a major storm with babbling about Israel?

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  3. Wildwood Crest - I lost a day's work because they closed schools for no understandable reason Jan. 27. Why didn't they wait until the next day to see how bad the weather would be, as they used to do? Roads and walks were just fine.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  4. Goshen - People of Cardinal Drive: Christmas is over and it's time to finally take down those lights and clean up. You're bringing down my neighborhood.

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  5. Cape May - For the weekend of Jan. 24, in its daily tracking poll, Gallup is reporting Pres. Obama's favorability rating now at 50 percent, a number not seen since 2013. Of course, this augurs well for his party and the presumed presidential candidate in 2016. Republicans will now obviously have to come up with a positive agenda that appeals across the spectrum.

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  6. Wildwood Crest - New Jersey is finally organizing to speak out against the PARCC. Parents are saying no. At least 40 towns’ school boards have recently passed humane opt-out/refusal policies. None in Cape May County yet! Now is the time to ask your school board and superintendent to do the same. Don't let them bully you. Parents, your children have a right to more than sitting quietly in front of a computer for hours while others are testing. Parents should ask their districts about these policies directly, since districts may keep policies quiet so as not to inform parents. We must stand together.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  7. Avalon - It says a lot about the success of a presidential administration when people start to look for things to complain about, such as his family's vacation destinations. Maybe next we'll see hostile spouts about his choice of neckties.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  8. Wildwood Crest - When will the BOE at Crest Memorial School put the meeting minutes on their website? People who pay taxes to educate the children in our community want to know how our money is being spent.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  9. Court House - Middle Township should not give up on stopping the Conifer low-income housing project in Court House. Low-income housing just attracts a criminal element and drives down property values. Parents won't want to send their kids to MT schools if the Conifer project isn't stopped. MT should just buy and preserve the land that is being targeted by this proposed monstrosity with county open space funds. No Court House resident wants low-income housing destroying the quality of life here.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  10. Dennisville - Dennis officials and animal control need to do something to protect animals and enact some ordinance to protect them, like other towns have done. Middle Township has created a committee and several other towns have extreme weather ordinances. I am sick of seeing these animals outside during this weather. Where is animal control? I call and get no answer.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015

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