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  1. North Wildwood - Good idea NW. Put the playground equipment up first so kids are tempted to play on it in the middle of a large construction site, and let's make the field even smaller than it already was, so we can have even less sporting events there. It is a shame that after Wildwood Catholic / CTC basically donated the block to you that you did not reciprocate and make a nice home field for their outdoor school sports.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  2. North Wildwood / Sicklerville - To the Margaret Mace minivan spouter: You are absolutely correct. I own a second home near the school and have come down to find parents parked in or blocking my driveway. I even once caught a man who tore up part of my lawn when he was trying to navigate into my driveway. The last thing I need is someone or their child getting hurt on my property and somehow trying to sue me. There is plenty of street parking, even if it means having to walk a block or so. I see many parents parking and walking, even in the rain or snow.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  3. North Wildwood - Is anyone else tired of hearing all the complaints about police? Just do what the cop tells you to do, don't yell and insult them, and you will be fine. If they treat you poorly, report it to the supervisor. I've been stopped and questioned before. I just answered the questions without screaming my rights and moved on.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  4. North Wildwood / Philadelphia - To the Stone Harbor spouter who is tired of anti-Obama spouts: Here's a list of the good things in the last six years. Dow at record highs, countless months of job growth, GM and other U.S. automakers on solid ground, people getting back to work, Bin Laden gone, affordable health insurance for millions, and all of this with a wall put up by the party of no.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  5. West Cape May - While walking on Broadway in West Cape May, I noticed a car exit the parking lot of Borough Hall without even touching its brakes. At first I was angry with the driver of the car, but as I got closer, I noticed there is not a stop sign. With all the events held there, it seems to me that a stop sign should be there. Especially for drivers unfamiliar with this area.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  6. Court House - With Romney challenging Jeb Bush for the moderate Republican vote, Chris Christie waited too long to jump in. With rivals sparring for the same voters, Democrats will gleefully point to Christie's low achievement record in our state as another reason not to vote for him. Christie cannot run on any achievements here without attracting media scrutiny and skepticism.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  7. North Wildwood - Who else is skeptical of Tom Brady's denials about the inflated throwing balls and his defense of his team, this coming from a team that has been involved in past questionable behavior? Regardless whether they win at Phoenix in two weeks, there always will be a lingering doubt of how they got to the Superbowl in the minds of football fans.

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  8. North Wildwood - President Obama and his entire family spend millions of taxpayer dollars on numerous vacations, but the political left chooses to attack Christie for attending Dallas football games, which is zero cost to the taxpayers. Such a double standard.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015
  9. Cape May - To the spouter who keeps complaining about "parking for residents only" in Cape May: Let it go. There are a handful of residents who pay the city to park in front of their homes. I could see if they had a driveway, but some residents do not have one. Why should they have to park at meters in the summer or blocks away from their house?

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  10. Villas - We are glad to see the new council members making good decisions to save the taxpayers money. Good move to keep the independent animal control in the township, which is effective and saves tens of thousands of dollars. Privatizing and shared services is a way to save money and provide better services. Hopefully they will continue on this path to provide quality service and save taxpayer dollars.

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    Publication date: 2/4/2015

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