Letters to the Editor

December 12, 2018

To the Editor: I am disappointed that a partisan gerrymandering bill has been fast tracked in our state legislature for a December 17th vote.  Simultaneous hearings in the senate and assembly are scheduled tomorrow – December 13. In New Jersey, we're lucky to have an independent, bipartisan ...

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IT’S TIME FOR CHANGE IN HOLMDEL                 The town of Holmdel has had massive growth in the past 30 years.  It is time for changing the way “things are run as usual” in the town.  I am tired of paying with my tax dollars for lawsuits, inadequate fire protection,  favors to developers ...

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Dear Editor  I love U.S. Senate candidate Bob Hugin’s slogan, “Send in a Marine.”  Every time I see his bus with the “Send in a Marine” slogan it makes me smile.  I believe this is exactly what Washington D.C. needs.  Since the passing of Senator McCain we could use a real Marine in Washington ...

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Holmdel has been working to meet its affordable housing obligations (“COAH”) while trying to balance the location, density, physical aesthetics, and fiscal impact to the town. Upon reviewing legal documents related to a COAH lawsuit involving Holmdel, I discovered that Mayor Tom Critelli is ...

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A catastrophe waiting to happen Holmdel residents attended numerous Zoning Board hearings (2016 – 2017) regarding the application by New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) to put the largest natural gas regulator station at 960 Holmdel Road.  It would be situated just feet from a 50mph road. Separate ...

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