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  1. North Cape May - To the woman who walks her beautiful Shepherd on the bay beach: Thank you for saving the horseshoe crabs and picking up trash as you walk. You are a wonderful human being.

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    Publication date: 7/30/2014
  2. Del Haven / Philadelphia - I went to a store to buy a vacuum belt and saw a barbecue grill at a good price July 9. After buying it and bringing my car up to load it in, we discovered it would not fit. The young man that worked there went and got a screwdriver and took off one of the shelves. I did not realize they do not give you string or rope to secure a purchase. A man came out of nowhere with bungee cords, climbed under my car and secured my hatch. I tried to give him something for his troubles but he just said "high five." The young man said he was not allowed to take a tip. Thank you both.

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    Publication date: 7/30/2014
  3. Wildwood - I am a single mother with two children, and I am a resident of the Wildwood Housing Authority Commissioners Court. The drug pushing within the court is horrible. I and many other residents have complained about this dangerous situation to the management of the authority, but it goes on deaf ears. It seems that they don't care. Most of the time there is nobody to talk to about this, and when we finally get someone, nothing is done.

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    Publication date: 7/30/2014
  4. Lower Township - I would ask council to get another interpretation of whether Tom Conrad should abstain his vote from moving the police to the Villas. Gelzunas said there is no financial issue regarding the possibility of financial gain for councilman Conrad. Not directly, but if the rescue squad was to move back to the Villas, they would take a large financial hit and the same as if they had to stay at the public safety building without the assistance of the township. This would affect his job and his salary, so I disagree with Gelzunas. It would definitely affect him.

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    Publication date: 7/30/2014
  5. Lower Township - Trash cans along the bay front in North Cape May are not going to help. Every time I go to Cape May's beaches, I am constantly filling bags with trash left behind, and Cape May has trash cans. People need to learn to "leave only their footprints," respect our community and the Earth itself.

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    Publication date: 7/30/2014
  6. West Cape May - Too much land that was supposedly preserved by the county's open space program was later ruined by being converted into athletic fields or developed in some way. Now it has gotten worse with very little of the open space funds going towards the preservation of open space. The freeholders are misusing open space funds for sports fields, bike paths and tiny barrier island lots rather than saving the money to preserve as much land as possible. The county's open space preservation program exists in name only.

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    Publication date: 7/30/2014
  7. North Cape May - Finally, Lower Council is talking about finding a compromise to spending $4 million and moving the police to the far end of the twp. Airport park is 'up and coming' and central to the town. A solution to the access would be for Fare Free to run buses from the municipal building to the complex on a regular basis. It still wouldn't cost $4 million. Keep talking gentlemen.

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    Publication date: 7/30/2014
  8. Wildwood - NJ law states that vehicles must yield to pedestrians that are crossing the street in a marked crosswalk. It does not mean that as a pedestrian you should just walk out into traffic because you are protected by the law that basically will place blame on the driver of the vehicle for your negligence. Whatever happened to "look both ways before you cross the street" or "stop, look and listen?" It is tragic when a pedestrian gets hit by a car, obviously. But this law is not doing what it is intended to do.

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    Publication date: 7/30/2014
  9. Lower Township - I give L.T. public works all the credit in the world. Working out in the heat, hauling heavy trash cans and many other hard labor positions. May God bless them for their dedication and hard work.

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    Publication date: 7/30/2014
  10. Court House - Fifty years ago, Democrats declared a war on poverty. We have just as many poor people today as we did then. Think Harlem. Think Watts. Think Detroit. Long ago, we should have considered the loss of billions of dollars that could have gone to things productive. Handouts to the poor are futile. Simply put, the welfare state does not work.

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    Publication date: 7/30/2014

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