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  1. Sea Isle City - Kudos to the SIC beach tag team! As a first year newbie of this elite group, I was greeted into the fold like I was family. I had a wonderful experience with beach goers, meeting new people, getting great book suggestions and so many people offered to bring me beverages, even food. This was by far the nicest work environment I've ever had. I'll be back!

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  2. Lower Township - People in Lower Township need to know the facts about the two most important issues we face in the upcoming election; moving the police back to town hall and taking the MUA before they bankrupt it. Vote the people who will get this done. Ask the councilmen that don't want this to happen, why?

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  3. Cape May - To the spouter from Court House talking about Christianity and how we seem to be slipping away from God in our country: You are so right. My wife and I are newcomers to the county and have tried to find a friendly church in the Cape May area, and we just cannot find one that really makes us feel welcome. At this point, I guess we'll keep looking, but it really shouldn't have to be this way.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  4. Stone Harbor - Regarding the noise from the rec. center: Our house was built in 1953, well before the new rec. center was constructed. We love the fireworks and events that go on, but we certainly do not appreciate the blaring music from the exercise classes, several times a week, early in the morning. The new rec. center should have been designed to include an indoor exercise area where the noise can be as loud as desired. The sound carries for blocks around. Some of us choose to have our windows open to enjoy the fresh air. We did not decide to move near the rec. center, we were there first.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  5. Court House - Middle Township should put lights on the Shellbay Ave. fishing pier. It is a navigational hazard for boats at night. Lights on the pier would make it easier to deter potential vandals and criminal activity. Lights would also allow crabbers and fishermen to fish a little longer as the sun goes down.

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  6. Sea Isle City - Thank you to the SIC Police Department for checking out the disturbing, high-pitched noise generated somewhere in the vicinity of St. Joseph's Church. This seems to be an ongoing problem and I'm not sure what causes the noise, but it is very disturbing when it doesn't stop after two hours! If it is coming from the church property, then someone should be told to fix it or be fined! SIC does have an ordinance in place for noise disturbances, correct?

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  7. Middle Township - Good job to the ladies in the Middle Township tax office. As you get older, you need a little help and they are always so helpful. Thank you!

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  8. Avalon - One Avalon spouter said "0.08 is just an arbitrary number. Every day, many people above the 0.08 limit drive home safely without harming anyone. DUI laws are over zealous. Stop painting people that have a few drinks as criminals." Every day, almost 30 people in the United States die in motor vehicle crashes that involve an alcohol-impaired driver. This amounts to one death every 48 minutes. In the rest of the world, the lowest, illegal BAC level is in Sweden; .02. The majority of countries have established .05 as the illegal BAC. It is simple. Don't drink and drive.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  9. Whitesboro - Perhaps when Oprah arrives in Whitesboro for the 'Annual Family Reunion,' she will donate money to have the window fixed at the Whitesboro Museum on Route 9 that has been boarded up for the past two years.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014
  10. Sea Isle City - When the road vacuum came down the street, my grandson and I watched it go to work. I was wondering why it only did one side of our street? Could it be because there's a SIC employee over there? The resident even knew to take his car off the street first while the brushes waited. Please don't snub our curbs. It is a treat when I don't have to sweep them.

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    Publication date: 9/10/2014

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