Letters to the Editor

November 7, 2018

To the Residents of East Brunswick: Last night’s election results spoke loud and clear. I thank you for the message of support shown by the record number of voters turning out for a mid-term election. Electing the team of Wendell, Sullivan, and McEvoy is a validation of the work we began in ...

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Dear Editor,   SaveFrost.com, the residential activist organization opposed to redevelopment plans at the dangerous intersection of Summerhill and Old Stage Roads, is calling for candidates to pledge to fight the latest proposal to redevelop the site.   Last month, on September 17, ...

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Dear Editor,   As an East Brunswick resident and a member of the Middlesex County Young Democrats, I would like invite interested voters to attend the Get Out the Vote Pep Rally for the Democratic Column A Team this Sunday, November 4 from 3-5 pm at the Middlesex County Vocational-technical ...

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Dear Editor,                  While I have no intention of engaging in nonsensical political wrangling through social media, I feel the need to publically set the record straight and present the actual facts regarding my 2016 Republican Mayoral campaign.                   In 2016, I ran for ...

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  Der Editor, The East Brunswick Interfaith Clergy Council strongly condemns the horrific shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pa. We are heartbroken by this tragedy. Our hearts and prayers are with the victims, their families, and their community.  We mourn the loss of ...

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Dear Neighbors, When I travel throughout New Jersey, I hear constantly about the opioid epidemic that is devastating our communities. More than 2,200 people died from drug overdoses in 2016, nearly a 40 percent increase in the death toll from the previous year. Thousands more individuals and ...

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Dear Editor, Of all the candidates this year, only Vicki, Barbara, and Meredith have a proven record of achievements.  Each of them supports public education that serves the needs of all our kids.  Under their leadership, the district has enhanced security, capturing positive international ...

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Dear Residents, Earlier this year, my administration and the council worked to create a nonprofit organization to promote and advance the arts in East Brunswick. We are now in search of artists, historians, business leaders, and other residents with a strong interest in the arts and history of ...

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - When East Brunswick’s school elections were moved to November several years ago, we were immediately concerned that our non-partisan and apolitical Board of Education would eventually become partisan and political. Besides our thriving students, world-class staff, and ...

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Dear Editor, For some odd reason, I am a victim of a smear campaign by several outspoken local Republican Party leaders. As a candidate for the BOE, my role would be non-partisan and only in the best interest of all stakeholders, regardless of party affiliation. In fact, I feel there is no place ...

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Once again a developer is trying to build on open space and construct apartments, parking areas and other buildings on what is now home to trees and mixed forest growth, numerous species of animals, wetlands and streams that date back to the last Ice Age. The builder is Alfieri, and the development ...

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