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  1. Stone Harbor - The Stone Harbor Museum had some really great events this week; DVD premier showing of "The First 100 Years" video July 8 and "Stone Harbor Stories" live presentation at the Museum Wednesday evening July 9. We love to see and hear about the early days of Stone Harbor and how our town grew over the years. A big thanks to the Museum and all its people for doing such great work for all of us to enjoy.

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    Publication date: 7/16/2014
  2. Rio Grande - I attempted to go shopping in Rio Grande July 10. As it had rained earlier in the day, everyone must have hit the stores for some shopping. I have nothing against this, but I could not believe the way that the store was left by shoppers. There were piles of clothes, shoes, accessories, etc. thrown all over the floors. Not to mention coffee cups, red bull cans and dirty diapers throughout. I understand that people couldn't hit the beach, but why do they have to leave such a mess?

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  3. Villas - If the spout that mentions the robo calls by the manager in L.T. is an indication of the dissatisfaction of a town manager making these calls, well about 87 percent of the people who indicated their preference on the spout have been heard. I can't agree more with the survey, that he should be doing things like addressing the roads, flooding, crime, etc. The politicians say they don't read the spouts, but most would tend to differ. The spouts are the ordinary person's forum to praise or show displeasure with the elected officials.

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  4. West Wildwood - A $173,000 DOT grant will allow the borough to repair W. Poplar Ave. Yes, it is badly needed. A bond to borrow the $173,000 is necessary to do the work and the state will then reimburse that amount of money to pay off the bond, so the taxpayers here won't need to foot the repair. Now, the borough is trying to borrow $603,600; $430,600 more than the state will pay back. Say no to this bond and have the borough do it over for the $173,000 only!

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  5. Avalon - Yesterday, while checking out at a local market in Avalon, I discovered I had left my wallet at home. I had checks, but no cash or credit cards. I asked whether I could write a check and was told no by a young employee stocking shelves. So, I left my bag with two items on the counter. A very kind couple paid for my purchase. The cashier also offered to help pay. They ran the purchase to my car. Very good people!

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  6. Stone Harbor - To Stone Harbor spouters: Perhaps bicyclists are using sidewalks more often because the bike lane is overcrowded with pedestrians? Hard to stay in a bike lane loaded with joggers next to joggers, mothers with double-wide strollers and the inevitable lone walker inexplicably slow walking in the exact center of the bike lane, all forcing bicyclists, i.e. those for whom the bike lane was made, into car traffic. The police should start issuing warnings and tickets to these pedestrians as they would if they were walking down the center of the car lane.

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  7. Wildwood - Every playground in the Wildwoods looks nice and is well kept except for the one at Maxwell Field. Why? The rest of the park is well kept, like the baseball, soccer and football fields and rec. center. Why not the playground? It's a public eyesore!

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  8. Middle Township - It's refreshing to see the mayor respond to some of the problems mentioned in spout off. However, he can look into these problems that he has not commented on. Why should any productive citizen have to deal with the inequities of these departments? Call it what you will, but it is shameful to deal with some of these employees who have simply become comfortable and think they can be selective on who they service.

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  9. Wildwood - I'm thankful for the thoughtful souls who find something and turn that object in, taking time to go out of their way to be someone else's "angel." I lost my keys at a doctor's office in Court House and someone turned them in at Middle Township Police Department. You took time from your life to make mine easier. Thank you. I hope if you need help, an "angel" crosses your path too!

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  10. Seaville - I don't understand how some U.S. citizens are allowed to hold dual citizenship, meaning you are a citizen of the U.S., as well as some foreign country? Is such a thing written in our U.S. Constitution? If not, how is this possible, and how do I become eligible, since taxes in some other countries are cheaper?

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