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Letters to the Editor

August 9, 2022

To the Editor: Township police officers protect our children and employees. I read Mr. (Robert) Beers' comments and letter to the public. I am dismayed that a public official, Superintendent Beers, would insist that this discussion take place "behind closed doors." As caretaker of the ...

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To the Editor: When is a sewer bill not a sewer bill? When the mayor hijacks the sewer information to present his opinion on a heated political issue, defending his decision to place Bridgewater police in our schools without the permission of the board of education. How best to protect our ...

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To the Editor: Our board of education has maintained political neutrality for a very long time, regardless of the individual passions its members may carry outside of their duties to the school district. I think that level of restraint is remarkable and should be recognized as a critical element ...

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To the Editor: There is no more basic a responsibility that we have as a community, or that I have as mayor, than providing for the safety of our children.  It is the responsibility of elected officials to make sure that the men and women of the Bridgewater Police Department have the manpower, ...

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To the Editor: I just finished reading Chief Paul Payne’s letter to the editor. All things considered, I thought it was pretty good. He makes a valid point in reference to “communication,” for example. However, I also noticed some signs of bias. I’ll explain. Chief Payne writes: "...armed ...

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To the Editor, As the chief of police with Bridgewater Township, there has been a lot of discussion concerning security in our school district. The safety of the students and school staff has always been discussed between the township and the district. We have met every year on ways to provide ...

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To the Editor: This is in response to a Prowler in The BReeze article from May 2022 regarding the signing of the Knox Porter Resolution in Raritan. Thank you for your interest in local history, and for highlighting Raritan’s role in hosting the signing of the Knox Porter Resolution, ...

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