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  1. Stone Harbor - I agree with a previous spouter that there should be a 10 p.m. curfew in place for teens under 18. I wait until the crowds are off 96th Street to walk my dogs at night, and the kids are running around after 10 p.m. You can hardly get past them sometimes when they are gathered outside of some open stores. If there's nothing for them to do besides running up and down the street, or standing out on the sidewalk, then let them go home. I have seen police officers more than once telling them to quiet down.

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  2. Wildwood - Beach Glow moved their concert to Atlantic City. The rich will get richer, and everyone else that could have benefited from the additional revenue just has to suffer. Could a softer approach with these young folks worked better? Did the words of a few really outweigh what this organization did for us last year, and what it would have done for us for the length of its contract? What are your plans to replace it?

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  3. Anglesea - I'm so glad someone else commented on the parking situation at Margaret Mace. Every morning and afternoon, I see people taking up two spaces, double parking or parking so far from the curb that you can't enter/leave the spaces surrounding them. Parallel parking is not rocket science, neither is using your turn signals as to alert other drivers you are pulling into/leaving a space. I've seen many cars nearly sideswiping others simply because a car was not signaling properly.

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  4. Wildwood - In our current events discussion, someone in class asked how a group of Americans can form a lobby on behalf of supporting some foreign nation, to which millions are privately donated, besides the billions our government gives annually? There was no clear answer, but it does seem we should help our own country first, which has trillions in debt.

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  5. Wildwood - The millennial group was born in the 90s, and thus will soon be entering full adulthood, with the prospect of many years ahead. So, when they spout that they will eventually run things, they are correct. We, older citizens must accept that their views are different from ours, and their agenda will vastly change many now accepted social and political ideas; it is inevitable reality.

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  6. Stone Harbor - We agree with the hundreds of spouters who think we need a new, up-to-date facility for our fine, professional police, and that the location next to our firehouse is the best place for it. We think this would be a good investment of our property taxes. We strongly support this project and now is the time to get it done.

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  7. North Cape May - I can't believe that Lower schools opened when they did March 2. Why didn't the schools opt to err on the side of safety? A worker lost his life going to work about the time the buses were going out. How stupid to put children, drivers, anybody at risk.

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  8. Dennis Township - The Dennis Township revaluation for 2015 is already obsolete regarding our new, assessed property values. Just look at the front page of the March 1 Press and then take note of the previously published 16 pages of legal notices for ongoing sheriff sale foreclosures. The market values of all South Jersey mainland properties are going to continue to sink as more and more people walk away from their homes as they go underwater on their mortgages, and municipal, county and state politicians continue to raise our exorbitant taxes!

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  9. Wildwood - The one way to do away with all this government waste and towns going broke due to government pensions and benefits, is to let them go bankrupt like Detroit did. The government workers and leaders in these towns are the cause and only care about their pensions and benefits. Atlantic City and Wildwood would benefit from this. Their salaries are out of touch.

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015
  10. Villas - The hard-right Republicans appear to be doing it again, delivering 2016 to the Democrats as they did in 2012 by staying home, which they seemed to suggest at their conservative meeting. Their one-dimensional mindset is going to ensure we end up with a one-party Democrat nation, along the lines of Cuba, unless they get their act together and understand the nature of give and take.

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    Publication date: 3/11/2015

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