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Scott Neuman July 24, 2014 at 09:41 AM
Jlh, did the public get invited to comment?
JLH July 24, 2014 at 09:54 AM
Scott, yes they did. The president invited the public to comment on both agenda and non-agendaRead Moreitems . I'm wondering if the author of this article was even there.
Watch what is going on in LACEY TWP VERY Carefully...you can do what they are doing. Outside helpRead Morei s available.
bb3 July 23, 2014 at 12:53 PM
I believe the Board of Ed has done a great job keeping cost under control with out cutting programs Read Morefor the kids this is a tough task when 70% seniors and 30% younger families.We have a good school system with employees WHO CARE.
get involved July 24, 2014 at 07:56 AM
I agree. The Board of Ed has been doing what needs to be done and nothing more. Let's remember aRead Morefew years ago when the budget did not pas; many teachers and support staff were laid off, world language was eliminated from the elementary schools as well as funding for science, and the sport buses were eliminated at the Middle School, and some at the High School. How do you expect our children to be competitive when you don't update their technology, provide them with advanced skills and offer proper sports programs. Whiting kids that are involved in sports from MS to HS have to find transportation from the other side of town. Many of those students won't participate because their parents both work fulltime and they have no way to get home. Since the senior citizen residents only pay a small percentage of property taxes in comparison to the residential areas, maybe their vote should only count for that percentage when dealing with the schools. Or maybe since they are allowed to use our school buses, we can use their buses for the athletes in Whiting.
WhtgJohn July 24, 2014 at 04:33 PM
Here again, the only way to stop all this nonsense from going on is to vote the people responsibleRead Moref or bad decisions and bad planning out of office. Talk is cheap, but voting them out of office is priceless!!!
Scott Neuman July 23, 2014 at 09:19 AM
Http://www.ScottNeumanforCongress.com in November.
Rich Wieland July 24, 2014 at 08:57 PM
Thank you for exposing Smith's dark record to daylight. Enlightened voters will remember inRead MoreNovembe r.
OpticianAndy July 20, 2014 at 04:36 PM
THEY SEND OUT ENVELOPES FOR DONATIONS LIKE EVERY OTHER TOWN...WHY GET OUT INTO THE MIDDLE OF BUSYRead MoreRO ADS AND IMPEDE TRAFFIC BANG ON WINDOWS LIKE BUM WASHING WINDSHEILDS AND BE A CAUSE FOR POSSIBLE TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS
Steven Oglesby July 23, 2014 at 12:44 PM
Sadly, there is quite a bit of misleading information going around. The State did NOT approve theRead Morec oin toss being conducted on Route 70. The Boro DID recommend to the Fire Co several alternate sites that would be far safer. I know this for a fact because I am on the Public Safety Committee. I saw the denial from the state, and was part of the discussions for other sites for the coin toss. I cannot tell you why the Fire Co chose not to utilize them. You would have to ask them that question. The Boro supports financially and enthusiastically the Lakehurst Fire Co, and hope this corrects the wrong information.
Here comes da pain July 24, 2014 at 06:56 PM
Mr oglesby are you absolutely positive that this permit was rejected by the State DOT? I would hope Read Morethat being on the "public safety committee", you would not intentionally mislead taxpayers! Let's assume that one were to actually contact the director of the DOT for this region and inquire about the permit? You are absolutely certain that he will confirm this permit was denied? I am sure this won't be very hard to obtain. Sadly, it will be interesting to actually see who is providing false information to the taxpayers of this town! Tootles!
John E July 19, 2014 at 01:06 PM
Good luck Mr.Palmer, its going to be a big challenge for you but someone has to try. As you knowRead MoreMan chester is 70% seniors and 30% non-seniors with 10% of the non-seniors under voting age. You'll need to open up (talk in person) and meet the seniors more then the non-seniors to have any chance. Do the town hall stuff at every senior village more then once if possible. Don't do social media campaigning too much, its better in person plus most seniors don't use media devices. Hit those shopping centers everyday too. PS ..you got my vote!
despicable me July 24, 2014 at 11:59 AM
YOU HAVE MY VOTE, WE NEED A CHANGE AND YOUR THE ANSWER!!
WhtgJohn July 24, 2014 at 04:45 PM
I hope Mr. Palmer looks closely at the last several elections and realizes that the only way to win Read Moreis to get out the voters. The percentage of eligible voters in Manchester compared with the number of actual votes cast in local elections is terrible. If you want Mr. Palmer in office, get out and vote for him! It is the only way to truly accomplish a change in Manchester Township.
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