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  1. North Cape May - I have to say Sandman Blvd./Ferry Rd. has never looked better. Whoever is in charge of that stretch of highway is doing a fantastic job.

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    Publication date: 10/1/2014
  2. Cape May - Two pedestrians have died as a result of being run down by bicycles while walking in New York's Central Park. A 59-year-old mother and wife died this week. A male pedestrian died two months ago. When are our local police going to demand that the laws be enforced concerning bicycles? Riding a bike does not give you the freedom to kill people with impunity, or does it? Cape May County has a real problem in this area. I hope our police will help us all be safer by treating this seriously and cracking down on bicyclists who ignore traffic laws.

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    Publication date: 10/1/2014
  3. Wildwood - We have read many spouts concerning the hiring of European students. We applaud the businesses that are following the law by hiring the ones that come here legally. The businesses that hire people that are here illegally, are the ones who are hurting our economy the most, and putting America in danger. Also, people coming here illegally are committing crimes at a much higher rate than the people who are coming here legally.

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  4. Wildwood Crest - Crest Memorial School needs to start catering to the intelligent students, just as they do for the mentally challenged students. It appears that if you have a low IQ, you can get every benefit the school can offer. High IQ students can't even move up a grade or get an advanced class. Their "gifted and talented" program is a joke. It is nothing more than a learn how to research session. It should be more of an advanced language arts/math class where the students read and discuss advanced literature, or do advanced math. Soon, some students will be leaving in search of a better education.

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  5. Cape May - As someone predicted right here in Spout Off, many police in this country are reluctant to now use deadly force because of the uproar over the police shooting in Missouri this summer. This obviously applies to the Secret Service, who allowed someone to actually enter a White House door, without using firearms or dogs. Their only job is to protect the first family and they blew it.

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  6. Lower Township - To the spouter from Ocean City who thinks that the location of the police station in Lower doesn't matter: It will make that area safer, protect the kids in Memorial school right behind it, and make the entire neighborhood feel safer. Why do so many other towns put their police on the main road right next to the town hall? The original decision to put the police in an airport was absurd, and amazes professional police administrators. Why would Chief Mastriana be so passionate in support of the move and why are the Republican councilmen against it?

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  7. Town Bank - Where are all these construction jobs a spouter says were lost due to the "millions" of Latinos taking them? I sure would like to know, having been in home building for years. New construction permits are way down in this area, and the future looks bleak. Stop blaming Hispanics, and face the reality that this is a one business region, 12 weeks summer tourism, and bringing in students means fewer jobs for Americans.

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  8. Erma - Bombers, fighter planes, tomahawk missiles, etc., all reigning down now on Syria. Those of us born in the 1990's, millennials, who must do the bulk of this military action, were never consulted for our opinion and never had explained to us what the mission is and what the exit strategy is, and you ask why our generation is so turned off by the suits and ties in D.C.

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  9. Villas - President Obama, now that you have crossed the Rubicon, don't let Code Pink and similar extreme Left groups channel you into wishy-washy decisions, like your Afghanistan surge followed by major troop departures. Real leaders trust history to judge them, not instant polling.

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  10. Cape May - Cape May pays 35% of the LCMR school taxes, while sending only 6% of the students. This funding formula is based on a 1976 law that required school taxes to be based on property assessments. The 1976 law was changed in 1993 to allow the formula to be based on a combination of enrollment and property values, but the LCMR formula was never changed. Cape May still pays taxes based on property assessments, but the number of seats they have on the nine member school board reflects the low number of students they send, not the high percentage of school tax they pay. Something isn't right here.

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