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  1. Rio Grande - Thank you to the man who returned my wallet to the Rio Grande post office Sept. 2. I’m very grateful.

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    Publication date: 9/16/2015
  2. North Cape May - Will customers please stop being rude and yelling at store clerks, many of whom may have learning difficulties? If you have a gripe with the store, speak with management.

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  3. Cape May - When the last Republican president left office in January 2009, the unemployment rate was 7.8 percent and rising rapidly, due to Republican policies. Now, after eight years of Democratic policies, the unemployment rate is 5.1 percent and still steadily dropping. Why would any sane voter vote for any Republican? Please, humor me.

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  4. North Wildwood - Recently my granddaughter had a problem that required calling 911. The EMTs who responded were very professional. They took her to the emergency room, but before that one of them bought her a stuffed bear. I want to sincerely thank them from the bottom of my heart. God love them.

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  5. Stone Harbor - If you asked a council member before last meeting they would have said cost of dredging was $5 million, and it is budgeted. Now it is estimated to be in excess of $11 million. They are well meaning but should let a professional company take on the task. Let a private entity handle the paperwork, permits and approval. Pay them in an installment plan as each step is completed. Give them a time limit with an early bonus built in. Have an independent company inspect the project as it moves forward. No sludge on 1st Ave. piled 20 feet high like last time. Get it removed and transported out.

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  6. Cape May Point - Echoing the same concerns as Cape May residents on the dangers of shore break waves (causing spinal cord injuries), Cape May Point should address this problem too. Since beach replenishment, the drop offs are getting worse. Educating beach goers about the dangers of shore break waves would be a start. Cape May gives a beach safety brochure when beach tags are purchased and Cape May Point could do the same. The problem should also be addressed with the Army Corp of Engineers and NJDEP to see if there is a solution to fix the sand breaks.

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  7. Stone Harbor - Our wonderful summer ended on such a beautiful note - actually many outstanding notes played by the very talented musicians Eddie Morgan & REK'd 4 Jazz at the free concert. That jazz band was rocking the beach! Their instrumental version of "Don't Go Changing" would have thrilled Billy Joel, as it did us. We enjoyed every song in their varied repertoire. I'm delighted to learn we'll have free concerts again next year. Thank you sponsors!

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  8. Court House - During holiday weekends, it is especially important to safeguard your pet. Your pet should have appropriate ID which could include a microchip. Have a recent photo and complete description handy just in case. Locks and latches on doors and gates should be in good working order. Fences should be in good repair. Place your pets in a room away from the door when there will be festivities. Leave them safely at home when you are socializing. Be observant and do not go over the speed limit. Be safe and be happy.

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  9. Middle Township - Our own children need so much, yet we do nothing to stop the undocumented from coming here and leaching off the system created for our own people. The billions of dollars spent on them should go to our inner cities to provide a safe life and supportive education for the challenged children of America. That money should be spent on our vets who have offered life and limb in service to our country. The undocumented take up seats and teacher time in our schools and colleges. They fill our jails. It is past time to restructure the immigration system and remember Americans first.

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  10. North Wildwood - The Herald could refuse to print those annoying advertisements for DIRECTV instead of printing with a comment under the advertisement. Doing so gives them the free advertisement they seek. If you can ignore and not print countless spouts from your readers, you can surely do the same to those seeking free advertisement. They are breaking your rules. No discretion necessary from the monitor.

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