Letters to the Editor

December 2, 2018

To The Editor: NJ legislative leaders are supporting a horrible amendment to the NJ Constitution, a purely political proposal to increase the ability of politicians to choose their voters. It would also embed the two-party system into the New Jersey Constitution, a blatant attempt to weaken ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, I am writing to ask for your support of my candidacy to the Millburn Board of Education.  As some of you may know, I have lived in Millburn for over 10 years. My husband and I moved to Millburn right before our twins started kindergarten. This year ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor,                                          I am writing to address some issues that I see in town that need to be brought to light. I have worked in the town of Millburn since 1981 and have seen many changes over the years. One big change over the ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, As a lifelong independent thinker, I’ve been amazed and disappointed in watching local public service elections unfold in my town. Local government is essential and there can be a connection up the ballot but it’s somehow become fashionable for one side ...

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I am a Millburn resident on Haran Circle in South Mountain.  Flooding has been a major concern for the residents of South Mountain, particularly for those residing on Haran Circle.   As an advocate for South Mountain and a township resident for 13 years, one of my goals is to achieve a regional ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, There are six million reasons why Jodi Rosenberg must be re-elected to the Township Committee; it is the salvation of our $6 million dollar investment! Those attentive to Township business know that a concept of complete streets was launched in 2009 ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, I support Tara Prupis for Millburn Township Committee because who we have in power now has totally turned downtown Millburn into a disaster. I am a long time Republican resident who for the first time since I was able to vote will be voting for a ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, I am writing in response to a letter written to the TAP from Cassie Fishkin. In the last year I worked for the DMDA it was a hostile work environment because of select merchants.  Trying to do the daily activities and help to promote Millburn was a ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, Many of Millburn’s downtown merchants have repeatedly complained that the Complete Streets initiative has caused them great economic hardship, and in multiple instances, those hardships have led to stores permanently closing. The families in ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, Whether it be at home, in our schools, places of worship, or fields of play, we embrace opportunities to teach our children to emulate individuals who are selfless, intelligent, reasonable, confident, informed, articulate, and brave. We also teach that ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, Since the late 1980s, I have been actively raising money, grassroots canvassing, and voting for national and local Democratic candidates.  I am a proud registered Democrat that votes in every election.  In 2015, I crossed party lines for the first time ...

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To TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, I am writing to describe my reasons for supporting Tara Prupis for Township Committee.  As a resident since 1976 of Millburn/Short Hills and as an active senior citizen who has chosen to remain in the township upon retiring, I have been consistently ...

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Dear TAPinto MIllburn/Short Hills Editor, There was discussion at the Sunday, October 28, IAA Millburn Township Committee Candidates forum regarding divisiveness in the township and decorum at township meetings, as well as mention of political partisanship and “Trump-like” tactics. Leaving ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, I am writing to you to express my support for Tara Prupis for Millburn Township Committee in the November 6 election.  It is more important than ever for our beautiful town to have a representative who supports the values of spending control, ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, I have been a resident of Millburn Township for almost 40 years and have been a regular attendee of Township Committee meetings for well over a decade.  My observation of the committee over all these years, during which I have witnessed many different ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, I support Tara Prupis for Township Committee because I know she has the town’s best interests at heart.  How do I know this, because I know the Prupis family for 45 years.  I know that they are reliable, responsible, dedicated, hardworking, loyal ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, Since the completion of Phase I of the Complete Streets project, there has been significant discussion about its impact, from both positive and negative viewpoints.  Debate is ongoing about whether the town should proceed with Phase 2 and 3.  To an ...

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Dear TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor, Over the last two years we've seen our national political discourse devolve. The example set in Washington means personal insults, baseless claims and corruption are the new normal.  As a downtown business owner, I had hoped that we were better than ...

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Dear Editor, Joseph DiVincenzo is running for his 5th term in office as Essex County Executive.  I urge each of you not to give Mr. DiVincenzo another term for the following reasons.  To my knowledge, the South Mountain Reservation was chartered as a haven for wildlife, hiking, camping, and as ...

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Dear  TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills Editor: Over the years, as Mayor of Chatham Township I have made a concerted effort to increase awareness of suicide prevention. My interest in doing so stems from my early days on the Committee when I learned of a young Chatham Township father who died by ...

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