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Letter: Hamilton Township Police Department does a great job and should be thanked, not criticized

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Written by Jennie Ayres Monday, October 27, 2014 02:47 pm

Letters; Hamilton Township Police Department does a great job and should be thanked, not criticized Letters; Hamilton Township Police Department does a great job and should be thanked, not criticized To the editor:

As a resident of Hamilton Township and someone who has worked closely in the township with its police force, I was outraged to read about the candidates for Township Committee, particularly Aline Dix and her comments about our fine police department.

Before writing this I visited the police department’s website and found the following in its annual report:

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Letter: Dix brings up important issues

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Written by Opinion Wednesday, October 15, 2014 02:38 pm

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Committeewoman Aline Dix asks valid questions at Hamilton Township public meetings. She brings up important issues that need to be addressed, discussed and resolved. Isn’t that the reason for the meetings? Why is she cut off and stopped from asking questions? I don’t hear many questions from other committeepersons.

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Letter: Confessions of a former Dix supporter

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Written by Opinion Monday, October 06, 2014 11:00 pm

Letter: Confessions of a former Dix supporter Letter: Confessions of a former Dix supporter To the editor:

My name is Harry Rogers, and I am a recovering Aline Dix supporter. I confess that I campaigned for her twice, donated to her campaign twice and went door to door in support of her candidacy. For these misguided actions, I must sincerely apologize to the voters of Hamilton Township.

I was once captivated with Ms. Dix’s activism and encyclopedic grasp of trivial facts. When in 2011 she accused the township committee of “multimillion dollar bond malfeasance,” I once again marveled at her grasp of the situation. On the strength of her allegations the committee called in state inspectors despite coming off two years of spotless audits.

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Letter: Vote the incumbents out

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Written by Opinion Sunday, October 05, 2014 11:00 pm

Letter: Vote the incumbents out Letter: Vote the incumbents out To the editor:

This November I plan on voting against every incumbent. It seems the issues that were present when these fine people took office are still an issue. Take heed, members of Congress, county and local council incumbents – I'm voting for your opponent, and these are my reasons.

I am voting for the opponent of any governing officials who monitor the intersection of New York Avenue and Route 40. For more than six years they would rather buy more orange barrels than repair a drainage issue. 

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Letter: Have respect for non-fans of the World Cup

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Written by Dave Hunsberger Tuesday, July 08, 2014 01:12 pm

Have respect for non-fans of the World Cup Have respect for non-fans of the World Cup To the editor:

In reference to the story on the popularity of the World Cup this go-round, that's great news for new and old soccer fans alike. What I object to is the snobbery shown by many soccer fans toward me, a non-fan of the sport.

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Letter: It’s time to tighten up our borders

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Written by Ted Hesser Tuesday, July 01, 2014 12:32 pm

It’s time to tighten up our borders It’s time to tighten up our borders To the editor:

Joe Wilkins fits in real well with the far left loons.

His column on illegal juvenile immigrants shows that he is more interested in backing the president than worrying about the economy of the country.  If we take in 50,000 children now, and more are anticipated from Central America, what’s to stop more children from relocating from that area or even other locations in the world?

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Letter: Why all veterans should register for health care benefits

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Written by Lou Green Tuesday, July 01, 2014 12:27 pm

Why all veterans should register for health care benefits Why all veterans should register for health care benefits To the editor:

The most essential benefit for all veterans is the V.A. health care system. Most veterans are eligible, but there are restrictions based on income depending where the veteran resides.

The following are some common misconceptions heard from veterans currently not receiving benefits:

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Letter: Thanks for helping the food pantry

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Written by Opinion Monday, May 26, 2014 11:00 pm

Thanks for helping the food pantry Thanks for helping the food pantry To the editor:

The First United Methodist Church sponsored food pantry would like to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation for the collection and delivery of approximately 2,400 pounds of goods to the Main Street Pantry.

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Letter: The ‘smart gun’ is flawed technology

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Written by Opinion Monday, May 26, 2014 11:00 pm

The ‘smart gun’ is flawed technology The ‘smart gun’ is flawed technology To the editor:

The recent column in The Current, "Have you heard about the smart gun?,” is just another example of the kind of disingenuous verbiage we are accustomed to getting from leftwing zealots intent on creating a particular mindset among readers via half-truths, distortions and omissions of facts.

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Letter: Point of cleanup lost on one family

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Written by Opinion Wednesday, May 07, 2014 08:40 am

Point of cleanup lost on one family Point of cleanup lost on one family To the editor:

I'm sure there's a moral to the following story, but I need help with it, perhaps from your readers:

After Egg Harbor City's trash cleanup on May 3, everyone who participated was invited to a barbecue lunch at the City Lake Pavilion.  I watched a family and a group of boys enjoy their food on a beach at the edge of the lake. 

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