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  1. North Wildwood - Bureau of Labor Statistics report wage growth in Dec. 2014 was 1.7 percent, well below the 3.5 percent to 4.0 percent that is consistent with a healthy economy. The number of persons employed part-time for economics reasons, sometimes referred to as involuntary part-time workers, remained unchanged at 6.8 million. These individuals, who would have preferred full-time employment, were working part-time because their hours had been cut back or they could not find full-time jobs, but factor in the drop in the unemployment numbers.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  2. Wildwood Crest - Anyone looking to renovate their home in Cape May County, make sure the contractor is licensed, insured and provides references. I have just been through the worst contracting nightmare and a lot of aggravation could have been spared and money saved had I done that. It seems they'll tell you anything you want to hear with regard to their qualifications and experience in order to get the job. I just spent thousands of dollars on top of what I already spent to have redone what the original contractor botched up, and if it's plumbing and electrical work, get a real plumber and electrician.

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  3. Cape May - Obama is going to veto the Keystone Pipeline, which will help free our country from using foreign oil, and at the same time, he wants his administration to take credit for the recent, low price of gasoline. He is a master of speaking on both sides of his mouth.

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  4. Lower Township - It would be nice to have Lower Township school board meetings televised like the township meetings.

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  5. Dennis Township - The person in Belleplain complaining about the well at the ball field: It has not worked for years. Since then, hydrants have been placed at the entrance to the state forest that the fire company can use. Maybe the township should put wells or pumps in at Dennisville and Ocean View?

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  6. Dennis Township - I feel sorry for parents who complained about having to take the day off when schools were closed during the blizzard that wasn't. What saddens me is that they actually complain about having to spend the day with their children. I hope the children didn't hear the complaints!

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  7. Wildwood Crest - As a taxpayer of Wildwood Crest, I hope the borough is addressing the lack of drainage, and thus the flooding, with the contractors, consultant, engineers, etc., of the newly designed playground and tennis court on Washington and New Jersey Avenues. After a heavy rain, the playground is unusable for days. It never had this issue. Now, with the cold weather, the standing water is freezing, which is a liability for the borough. The money to redesign these facilities eventually comes from the taxpayer, and we expect the project to be done correctly.

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  8. Upper Township - The liberal Democrats will always take care of the poor. The conservative Republicans will always take care of the rich. We need someone to stand up with the rest of us. Middle America needs a voice.

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  9. Wildwood - Elton John, Alice Cooper, The Kinks, The Ramones, Thinman and the Mellie Mels, Ted Nugent, Procul Harum, The Fifth Dimension, David Cassidy, Jethro Tull, Black Sabbath, Steppenwolf, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Sly and the Family Stone, and Electric Light Orchestra all played Wildwood. Five songs that made it to the KISS Alive album were recorded here! Somehow, I think we'll survive the EDM beach concert on the Fourth of July!

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  10. Stone Harbor - To all the spouters who complain about mayor and council: These elected officials represent the residents who have elected them. Many have served multiple terms, returned to office by the same residents who are pleased with their performance. If you don’t like the way they run our town, then step up and run for office. In the past, others have run. Some were elected and quit after one term. Another was elected and then rejected in favor of Rich and Lane. No matter what, you always get the government you deserve.

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