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  1. Court House - According to The New York Times, N.J. Sen. Robert Menendez and his staff engaged in a relentless effort to help Isaías, urging senior government officials, including Clinton’s Chief of Staff, Cheryl Mills, to waive a ban for her to enter the U.S. The senator’s assistance came even though Isaías’s family, a major donor to him and other American politicians, does not live in his state. The Obama administration then reversed its decision and gave Isaías the waiver she needed to come to the U.S., just as tens of thousands of dollars in donations from her family poured into Obama's office.

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    Publication date: 12/24/2014
  2. Wildwood - People on the left love to tell Americans how stupid they are, exempting themselves, of course. Even regular writers to the Herald chimed in, in letters to the editor. Considering the person occupying the White House, it's easy to say voters are stupid, but who's really at fault; the voter, or the failures of public education and the media? Mired in self-serving politics, they've ceased to inform and educate. Instead, they purposefully fostered a culture of ignorance.

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    Publication date: 12/24/2014
  3. Lower Township - Lower Township does not need "re-branding" to promote tourism. In general, we need an overall "face-lift" to make the area more appealing to tourists. Repairing Bayshore Road and a general sprucing up of landscaping and facades along the main thoroughfares would go a long way to making the area more appealing! Simply giving the area a new name is akin to "putting lipstick on a pig."

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    Publication date: 12/24/2014
  4. Avalon - Hire borough workers to do trash and recycling collection. The men who work for the private firms are all very nice, and competent workers, but the system Avalon has been using is outdated. As some other towns do, the cans should remain on the side of the homes, and one worker should slide the cans out just ahead of the truck crew, and one worker should slide the cans back to the same side yard receptacle location from were they came. It only requires two more laborers for three days. Let this be our New Year's resolution!

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    Publication date: 12/24/2014
  5. Wildwood Crest - Why is that it always falls back on the public works? They are the backbone of the city. They keep it clean and running. The cops don't do anything and are extremely overpaid. Something has to be done because before you know it, the public works employees are going to find different jobs, and the city will hire cheap laborers and that's exactly what they'll get, cheap labor. Keep in mind that you should take care of your employees or suffer the consequences.

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    Publication date: 12/24/2014
  6. Villas - If someone calls you saying you won a sweepstakes and you have to buy them a green dot money card, it's a scam! Why would you pay money to get money? They are getting more and more seniors every day. Protect yourself!

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    Publication date: 12/24/2014
  7. Wildwood Crest - I am sure the Crest will name a chief of police once a qualified person is available. From what I hear, that may take a very long time. The public safety director is much better than making a hasty decision that the taxpayers and officers will have to suffer with for many years.

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    Publication date: 12/24/2014
  8. Court House - The purpose of ever increasing government handouts to the citizens is to make them totally dependent on, and thus totally controlled by the 'Big Gov.' Is this really what we want? We all pay for those on the DOLE. Things have to change come 2016. Demand it!

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    Publication date: 12/24/2014
  9. Court House - "The United States, with its commitment to accepting 70,000 displaced people a year, absorbs more refugees than all other countries combined. This number is understated, however, as once refugees get to the United States, they are placed on a 'fast track to citizenship' and are able to get their extended families to join them in the states under the government’s 'Refuge Family Reunification' program. The State Department works to place refugees in 180 cities across 49 states." Obama's promise of fundamentally changing America continues! When will Americans wake up?

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    Publication date: 12/24/2014
  10. Stone Harbor - To the spouter who complained about Freedom Park and that it was funded by 80 percent of Stone Harbor taxpayers: Open space funding was used for the majority of this beautiful, tasteful memorial in memory of all those who perished Sept. 11. Today, we are still feeling the effects of that day. Support rather than condemn.

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    Publication date: 12/24/2014

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