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  1. Rio Grande - Why did MTHS just rename all of the general, low level classes as "CP" and rename the CP classes as "advanced?" CP classes are now really just the general classes and advanced classes are really just CP classes. MTHS caters more to the lower level students than the higher performing students.

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  2. Sea Isle City - I am thrilled that pickle ball has been added to all the fun activities you can enjoy in Sea Isle City. PB is a fun sport for everyone and besides getting some exercise, it really gives you a great opportunity to meet some new and very nice people! Thanks to all the people that have made it possible to play in my favorite town!

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  3. Wildwood Crest - Spouts against dogs keep on coming. Folks, you are fighting a losing cause. On average, dog owners are older, with deeper pockets, and are a blessing to any resort. They regard their pets as family, and will not vacation without them. Motel people would be wise to encourage such visitors and make more pet friendly rooms available. Pet haters are free to hoist a white flag.

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  4. North Wildwood - North Wildwood should air their council meetings on the local cable channel. My home in central NJ does this at minimal cost and the meetings air once during the day and once in the evening, daily, until the next council meeting. I find it very convenient to watch and it really adds to "transparency."

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  5. Cape May - Our local high school will put their extra teachers in a classroom with another teacher rather than lay them off, and will schedule classes with only a handful of students. Meanwhile, we pay hefty school taxes and have no say in how things are run.

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  6. Town Bank - What is the township going to do to enforce the rules on the bay beaches now that the press has printed an article stating no rules, launch a boat anywhere, bring your dog, stay on the beach at all hours, smoke, park free, etc. Something needs to be done. I saw a person bring a catamaran right over the dunes. Are they not supposed to be protected? Who enforces this law? Who will clean the beaches from trash and dog waste left by these visitors? If more people are to use the beach, make sure they follow the rules and clean up so everyone can enjoy this beautiful area.

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  7. Dennis Township - Grateful to the kind person who retrieved the part that fell from the underside of our truck Aug. 15 on Rt. 9 in Swainton. We returned to look for it, but weren't very hopeful, and there it was, sitting safe right by the tree stump where you had placed it. Thank you so much. You saved us so much hassle, not to mention the money that we just don't have right now. It's hard to believe someone would take the effort to do that, but you did, and we want you to know how much we appreciate it. Bless your heart!

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  8. Villas - Had a phone message last night regarding the building of a new police station back at the Lower Township town hall. My family and I have been praying for this to happen for a long time. Please bring the police station back. It will help fight the drugs that are taking our young people.

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  9. Court House - The parkway construction has resulted in summer traffic jams on the parkway and Route 9. Van Drew knew what he was doing when he moved his office off Rt. 9. With many years of experience as an engineer, it seems to me the least costly way to deal with the traffic light elimination would have been to take the cross roads over the parkway. It would've been less expensive with less traffic jams.

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014
  10. North Cape May - I recently visited Rehoboth for a social event, and discussed many different topics on the difference between NJ and DE. A discussion about property taxes by one woman illustrated the vast difference. A $1 million dollar home, a block and a half from the ocean in Rehoboth, DE was taxed at $1,200. When I explained that our home, assessed at $500,000 in Lower Twp., was taxed at $8,000, there was an uneasy silence. Why can there be such a difference in taxes? Where are all our tax dollars going?

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    Publication date: 8/27/2014

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