Letters to the Editor

March 13, 2019

To the Editor, Not enough has been said about Chatham Township Committee’s recent Resolution for Planning Board Review of existing limitations on home size in the Township, specifically in our smaller Residential Zones referred to as R-3 and R-4. Make no mistake, this is an attempt to explore ...

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To the Editor: I have a suggestion concerning the Post Office Plaza Redevelopment initiative in downtown Chatham Borough. Although a resident of Chatham Township, I maintain a general interest in this initiative for a variety of reasons (e.g., SDOC, joint rec activities, Library of the Chathams, ...

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To the Editor: As a resident of another township, I have been quite vocal about what feels like a blind drive to harden our schools, both locally and nationally. We are adding layers of police and reporting systems to our schools without consideration to research or evidence.  The costs ...

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To the Editor: Dear Mr. Cronin and Mrs. Worden’s classes and families, Summit Central Presbyterian Church Kindergarteners, Stanley Congregational Church and today’s Bridges Outreach Crew: Yesterday kindergartners in Summit and 5th graders at Chatham’s Lafayette School combined to make 250 ...

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Dear Editor, Yesterday a letter to the Editor was published that expressed concerns about inequities between girls and boys sports at Chatham High School. The letter was removed from the TAP after just a few hours. I don't typically find it necessary to respond to opposing opinions, but in this ...

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Dear Editor: A recent inaccurate article focusing on the perceived negative relationship between the Chatham—Madison High School Girls Ice Hockey Team and the Chatham High School (CHS) Athletic Administration needs to be addressed to the Chatham TAPinto audience. I would like to detail the real ...

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