Letters to the Editor

May 30, 2021

To the Editor: Last year, Governor Phil Murphy’s Executive Order No. 103 directed patients infected with COVID-19 to be placed in the state’s nursing and veterans’ homes. Ignoring pleas from the directors of these facilities that EXPLICITLY told the New Jersey Department of Health that - as a ...

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For the past year our country and much of the world has taken a more serious look into systems of racism and oppression. The issues are complex as are the scars they have left and continue to leave. I have been consulting with an informed network of people throughout our county and state to ...

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Every May, the Administration for Community Living leads our nation’s observance of Older Americans Month. The history of Older Americans month started when President John F. Kennedy and members of the National Council of Senior Services in 1963 met to address the growing concerns of American ...

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Far left extremists are running as County Commissioners On March 3, 2021, far left activist Kristy Lavin wrote an endorsement of two individuals running for county office. Her description made them sound like benign, charity focused and representative of the entire county. BLM, the ...

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It is gratifying to recently learn that the ecosystems and water quality of the Paulins Kill River Watershed are being improved though out Sussex and Warren Counties.  Headwaters of the Paulins Kill River, originate largely in Newton and in Sparta Township, to form the Paulins Kill River which ...

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Governor Phil Murphy mishandled the pandemic, allowing more than 8,000 residents of long term care facilities to die.  Their reaction to COVID put the Murphy Administration in a dark place in history. Now, in an attempt to protect Murphy, the Sussex County Democrats have written a plea for ...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated our communities and altered our lives in ways we could have never imagined.  In Sussex County we have seen 13,686 total cases with 291 COVID-19 related deaths.  Our hearts go out to the many families affected by this illness and the economic uncertainty that ...

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