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  1. Villas - Dear officer, please be advised I am not drunk driving down Fulling Mill Road. I am just trying to avoid losing a part of my car or breaking an axle with all the potholes. Come on Lower Township, fill in the holes, please!

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  2. Stone Harbor - Congratulations to the Stone Harbor Museum for the Vintage House program. We were pleased that our application for our 98-year-old house was certified. We will proudly display our Vintage House of Stone Harbor plaque with pride. Our family has owned this house for over 50 years. We think it is important to recognize and celebrate the older homes. There are too many older houses being torn down. We support this effort to keep our charm and heritage in our town.

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  3. Stone Harbor - I guess the spouter who waits until after 11 p.m. to walk his dog on 96th Street never realized that lots of us would rather have the crowds than the dog excrement. Everybody knows that you don't walk your dog just to get you and Fido some exercise, you do it so the dog can relieve itself. I can think of a hundred better places for that than a nice, commercial strip like 96th Street.

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  4. Cape May - Does the city really need a police chief? Think of the money the taxpayers will save if they just hire a recent college graduate with a degree in criminal justice to do the paperwork that the police chief is required to do. Call the position "police clerk." You could pay the clerk one-third the salary of a police chief. Let the senior policeman in the ranks call all the necessary police actions. These small communities can't afford these bloated salaries anymore. You have to be politically connected to get these gravy jobs anyway.

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  5. Rio Grande - Something really needs to be done about lights on the Parkway, especially at the exits, particularly exit 6, where drivers come to and miss. I think it should be a primary concern. In addition, I think the entire Parkway should have more lighting. With all the construction going on, this would be the perfect time to address this.

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  6. Seaville - The spectacle in D.C. of so many of our legislators constantly jumping to their feet during Netanyahu's speech has saddened so many true, patriotic Americans, as we wonder what the reasons are for such pandering. He is in a tight, home election and used his trip to influence his reelection. What are our congressmen thinking?

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  7. Wildwood - An article in the Press states there is a shortage of volunteer firefighters. It states Cape May, Wildwood, and N. Wildwood are all in the same boat. All three towns have paid firemen. I believe it is they who are sounding the alarm, to justify their jobs. Think about it; at over six figures per man, salary and benefits, what a better way to reflect the spotlight but to decry a shortage of volunteers? I believe you would have more interest in protecting the towns if the need was justified. Who wants fat cats sucking off the taxpayers and expecting volunteers to do the job for nothing?

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  8. Wildwood - I wish they would bring back the movies on the beach in Wildwood. My family always enjoyed it, and it would be great if they added some fire pits to do s'mores! Maybe a hot air balloon ride, like the one at the Philadelphia Zoo, on the beach would be great too!

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  9. Lower Township - To the superintendents of Middle, Lower and Dennis school districts: When schools are called off during the day, why are the people on night shifts at the schools also off and paid when there are things they could be doing rather than having a free, paid day off at taxpayers' expense? The cost really adds up for taxpayers.

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  10. Dennisville - I was an engineer for 10 years. I went an alternate route and became a HS math teacher. I made three-fifths of my former salary and went from free benefits to partial payment. I never worked so hard. Lesson plans, prepping students for testing, IEPs, studying, grading, writing referral letters to colleges and teaching. I signed a contract for a second year while looking for another engineering job. In July, they changed the math curriculum so I had to restudy the material and lesson plans during the summer. I no longer teach, but have a much higher respect for teachers.

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015

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