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  1. Whitesboro - I want to thank Patrolman Dave Hagan for coming to our AARP meeting as part of a new program. I think it is wonderful we are going to meet a different officer each month. Keep up the good work Middle.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  2. Sea Isle City - To all the people complaining about construction in Sea Isle: The town has never looked so good. We are moving forward, not falling behind. I am proud of my town and the changes that are taking place. Our new City Hall is state-of-the-art and will last for decades. Beach replenishment will only enhance tourism and help make Sea Isle a destination spot. A new Sea Isle Blvd., while a current headache, will be viewed as a visionary move years from now. Embrace the future and move forward. Let's not live in the past!

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  3. Dennis Township - The spouter from Ocean View is right on the money about the disgraceful condition and lack of maintenance of our county roadways. Not only is much repaving and patching needed, just look at all the miles and miles of endless litter that has not been picked up. How does all of this neglect promote tourism in Cape May County? How does it promote pride to say that you live here? It really is sad when the cleanest and best maintained roadway is the entrance to the Cape May County landfill. Freeholders, it is time to do something about this increasing problem.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  4. Dennis Township - It is laughable to read Dep. Mayor O'Connor's published comments about how DT citizens are reaping "paid dividends" from the Upper/Dennis Twp. shared services municipal court. All DT taxpayers are doing is funding hundreds of thousands of dollars as second-class citizens. He states that UT and DT have much in common. Certainly noise disturbances are generic to both townships, and all municipal courts in Cape May Co., except for DT, hear ordinance-based noise complaints. UT has had a nuisance noise ordinance to address a multitude of noise disturbances since 2010, funded by DT homeowners.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  5. Dias Creek - To the spouter complaining about police eating on duty: Do you think they are robots and don't have to eat, and also support local business? If you want to eat while working, maybe you should attend the police academy and risk your life.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  6. Wildwood - Round the clock fire/EMS services, on average of $5,000, cost a property taxpayer .62 cents a day! You pay more for a coffee at a convenience store.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  7. Cape May - I believe that anyone convicted of a crime but who is not put in jail, and only gets a fine or probation, should be made to do some type of community clean-up work as an alternative to a cash fine. There are so many areas that could benefit from a trash clean-up, so why not let criminals pay off their debts this way? The county can get a few buses and each weekend have a specific amount of "pickers" sent out to clean a specific area under supervision.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  8. Lower Township - Wondering why residents are raking leaves and debris into the streets just to sit there and be ugly until next December when the town begins cleaning up. Perhaps the town should issue some instructions.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  9. North Cape May - I noticed many summer employment opportunities in the paper and I truly hope that the high school guidance counselors are working with these local summer employers to secure summer work for high school juniors and seniors. Most of us, older adults recognize how valuable a little bit of guidance can be to young people and how important these experiences are in future years.

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    Publication date: 4/29/2015
  10. North Cape May - Does anybody in the Lower Township daycare program at the schools realize just how much their workers are on social media? Some of them are on Facebook and Twitter multiple times daily! Who is watching the kids during these hours?

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    Publication date: 4/22/2015

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