Letters to the Editor

July 20, 2018

      Editors Note - All candidates are welcome to submit letters to the editor.  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- WHERE’S THE MONEY HOLMDEL? I regularly attend Township Committee meetings.  Lately I’ve been asking for an update on the ...

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Dear Editor: Did you know that more young people try alcohol for the first time during the summer months than at any other time of the year?  Keeping teens occupied and supervised helps to ensure they have a safe summer. By involving teens in a variety of alcohol-free activities—such as sports, ...

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To the Editor: I am thrilled to be one of Holmdel's six new County Committee Members.  Enormous thanks goes to all who helped spread the word and voted Column 3 in the Republican party. The 15 of us who ran in our individual districts (20 spots were available, 2 per district),  really are an ...

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Holmdel has recently suffered through controversy as a handful of residents pushed for expensive new sports facilities, such as lighted artificial-turf lacrosse and soccer fields.   Last October, the Township paid a consultant to survey every Holmdel residence.  Responses were received at an equal ...

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On Sunday, April 29, 2018, volunteers from the American Cancer Society will be joining forces with residents of New Jersey AND their dogs to take steps toward a common goal: the elimination of suffering caused by cancer. “Bark For Life of Central NJ” is a brand new event that will take place at ...

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With a new governor comes hope of better policies being implemented for all of New Jersey. Since the beginning of his campaign, I was happy to hear Phil Murphy was willing to champion better environmental policies, something that is currently seriously lacking at our national level. Just this week ...

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Long-term budget and staff cuts have severely impacted the ability of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to carry out critical work to protect New Jersey’s environment and residents. This has serious implications for wildlife, public health and our economy. DEP is charged ...

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  Dear Editor,   As Veteran’s Day approaches, I am reminded of Marine Corporal Phillip A. Reynolds, a U.S. Marine and lifelong Freehold Borough resident, who died heroically during the Korean War at the young age of 20. He is buried in St. Rose Cemetery, a short distance from the bridge on ...

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Dear Editor, Monmouth County has a long and rich history of supporting our Veterans.  Senator Beck has been one of the most supportive of our elected officials in expanding veterans’ housing, fighting for Veterans benefits in Trenton, and keeping the Veteran community informed about their ...

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Dear Editor: As a New Jersey resident and strong supporter of our local library, I urge all New Jersey citizens to vote “YES” on Tuesday, November 7 for the NJ Library Construction Bond Act, supporting libraries across NJ.  Libraries are increasingly becoming the social hubs of our ...

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