Letters to the Editor

November 11, 2021

After the most recent results of our election, I am starting to wonder how long before we see bumper stickers that say "Don't blame me, I voted for Jack" on cars throughout New Jersey. And I also wonder if those bumper stickers will be on employees of our lucrative biopharma industry as they are ...

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Dear Editor: Thank you for your support in last week’s election.   You have my commitment to continue to work for my hometown and all of the residents of the 18th legislative district. Only in the United States of America could the seventh child of Irish immigrants be elected to the State ...

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In Re: Pay Bumps Proposed for Union County’s Top Administrators, Elected Officials To The Editor: This is outrageous! In a time when consumer prices are skyrocketing, unemployment by private enterprise is up, how dare these County Commissioners propose a pay raise for themselves, especially ...

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Dear Editor: Thank you for your support in last week’s election.   You have my commitment to continue to work for my hometown and all of the residents of the 18th legislative district. Only in the United States of America could the seventh child of Irish immigrants be elected to the State ...

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Dear Editor: Thank you for your support in last week’s election.   You have my commitment to continue to work for my hometown and all of the residents of the 18th legislative district. Only in the United States of America could the seventh child of Irish immigrants be elected to the State ...

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This is outrageous! In a time when consumer prices are skyrocketing, unemployment by private enterprise is up, how dare these County Commissioners propose a pay raise for themselves, especially more than 8%? This means the Union County taxpayers are paying for it, when they have not gotten ...

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In Re: Pay Bumps Proposed for Union County’s Top Administrators, Elected Officials To The Editor: This is outrageous! In a time when consumer prices are skyrocketing, unemployment by private enterprise is up, how dare these County Commissioners propose a pay raise for themselves, especially ...

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Race Amity of Northern Westchester & Putnam strongly abhors the racist statements clearly heard on the video recording made at the Yorktown Republican Party victory party.  We appreciate that the Yorktown Republican Town Committee has condemned these comments and has taken steps to discipline ...

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To the Editor: I am shocked to learn that the majority of Hunterdon County voters ignored the conduct of Susan Soloway and returned her to office. She disregarded her responsibilities as an official who should represent all citizens and participated in an attempt to controvert the results of ...

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In Re: Pay Bumps Proposed for Union County’s Top Administrators, Elected Officials To The Editor: This is outrageous! In a time when consumer prices are skyrocketing, unemployment by private enterprise is up, how dare these County Commissioners propose a pay raise for themselves, especially ...

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Dear Editor, Team Vergano – Christopher P. Vergano, Jill Sasso, David Varano, and Jason J. DeStefano – would like to take the time and thank all the Wayne residents who supported us in the recent election. We appreciate the confidence you showed our team on Election Day. We are the team that ...

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As the liaison to the senior community for the Dumont Borough Council, I am well aware of the concerns our seniors share, as well as the programs and policies they feel have benefited them. Especially in the continued wake of COVID-19, health care has been at the top of mind for seniors. Given ...

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We read with shock and disbelief the statements made by the Township Commissioners announcing an intent to acquire the remaining portions of the ON3 Campus via the exercise of eminent domain. The Commissioners continue to spread lies and falsehoods to cover up their own mismanagement of the single ...

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In Re: Pay Bumps Proposed for Union County’s Top Administrators, Elected Officials To The Editor: This is outrageous! In a time when consumer prices are skyrocketing, unemployment by private enterprise is up, how dare these County Commissioners propose a pay raise for themselves, especially ...

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What’s really ‘Happening In The Heights’ Our elected officials should focus on doing what they were elected to do, which is lead. The attempt to silence members of this community and strip anyone of their time and effort as a volunteer because you don’t agree with or like them is an abuse of ...

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In Re: Pay Bumps Proposed for Union County’s Top Administrators, Elected Officials To The Editor: This is outrageous! In a time when consumer prices are skyrocketing, unemployment by private enterprise is up, how dare these County Commissioners propose a pay raise for themselves, especially ...

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In Re: Pay Bumps Proposed for Union County’s Top Administrators, Elected Officials To The Editor: This is outrageous! In a time when consumer prices are skyrocketing, unemployment by private enterprise is up, how dare these County Commissioners propose a pay raise for themselves, especially ...

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In Re: Pay Bumps Proposed for Union County’s Top Administrators, Elected Officials To The Editor: This is outrageous! In a time when consumer prices are skyrocketing, unemployment by private enterprise is up, how dare these County Commissioners propose a pay raise for themselves, especially ...

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In Re: Pay Bumps Proposed for Union County’s Top Administrators, Elected Officials To The Editor: This is outrageous! In a time when consumer prices are skyrocketing, unemployment by private enterprise is up, how dare these County Commissioners propose a pay raise for themselves, especially ...

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I want to thank the residents of District 30 who selected me to represent them in the New Jersey General Assembly for the upcoming 2022-23 term. Your support is humbling and I will continue to fight for you and your families in Trenton to make New Jersey an even better place to live and work. We ...

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Dear Editor, Now that the election is over and things have settled down, the two of us wanted to take a moment to thank everyone for their support last week.  We were honored that so many people put their faith in us, and we will do our best to live up to your trust. It’s now time to come ...

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Dear Editor, I am writing to you as a senior at Governor Livingston High School in Berkeley Heights and a volunteer congressional advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater New Jersey Chapter. Alzheimer’s and other dementias affect millions of Americans each year. Today, Black Americans ...

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Dear Editor, I am writing to you as a senior at Governor Livingston High School in Berkeley Heights and a volunteer congressional advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater New Jersey Chapter. Alzheimer’s and other dementias affect millions of Americans each year. Today, Black Americans ...

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Dear Editor, I am writing to you as a senior at Governor Livingston High School in Berkeley Heights and a volunteer congressional advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater New Jersey Chapter. Alzheimer’s and other dementias affect millions of Americans each year. Today, Black Americans ...

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Dear Editor, I am writing to you as a senior at Governor Livingston High School in Berkeley Heights and a volunteer congressional advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater New Jersey Chapter. Alzheimer’s and other dementias affect millions of Americans each year. Today, Black Americans ...

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Why can't these Republicans concede graciously when they are proven as losers in the elections? How much of the State's money need they waste with recounts which will prove fruitless?  Murphy won fair and square, though much closer than expected.

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                                                                                                                  November 6, 2021 Dear Editor, The members of Team Lane – John Lane, Dominic Mele, Anna Marie Sasso and Bruce A. Bennett – would like to thank all the voters who ...

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To the Editor: The Westfield Board of Health met on November 1. The Board considered the town’s Sanitary Code concerning food trucks. Over the past half year, we have seen an increase in our neighborhoods of food trucks that deliver food reportedly cooked at a retail food establishment in ...

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Dear Editor: I’d like to congratulate Councilwomen Erin McElroy Barker and Trisha Walsh on their re-election to new three-year terms on Tuesday. These two women give tirelessly of their time in these unpaid positions out of sheer dedication to our town. We’re lucky to have them.   I draw your ...

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I want to thank all of you who voted for me for Board of Education. Special thanks to those who campaigned so hard on my behalf. I appreciate your support both for me and for the objectives I was advocating – to reverse the declining academic trend in our schools and to restore trust in the Board.

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