Letters to the Editor

October 19, 2018

I attended the presentation and I first want to express my gratitude for the diligent preparation by the board and Dr. Glazer. They have my full confidence and trust. The recommendation for Option 1 comprehensively addresses the infrastructure problems facing the elementary schools while also ...

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Dear Editor,  In the race to be New Jersey’s next 11th Congressional district  representative, there is only one candidate who supports a woman’s right to choose. Her name is Mikie Sherrill, a former Navy helicopter pilot and federal prosecutor. Her opponent, Republican Jay Webber, has ...

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The fall season is a great time of the year to venture outdoors. As nights turn cool, leaves of many colors, a phenomenon, which affects most many deciduous trees and shrubs change various shades of reds, yellows, purples, browns,oranges, magentas, and pinks, a season we call Autumn. Bird ...

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Letter to the Editor: I am writing to address the upcoming referendum, and why I believe it is important to vote "yes".   I am a proud, born and bred Nutleyite:  I was raised on White Terrace, attended Washington Elementary School, Franklin Middle School, and graduated from Nutley High ...

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To the Editor,   I wanted to share my perspective as a 10 year tax paying resident of Nutley in regard to the revised Referendum.  When we moved here 10 years ago, before we had children, I remember how proud long time residents were of the school system. Even though, at the time, it wasn’t ...

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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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I am excited to announce that Century 21 Van Der Wende Associates is now Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Van Der Wende Properties. The announcement of our brand name change to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Van Der Wende Properties signals a defining moment in real estate. It unites the ...

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Citizens of Nutley, Elect Ken Reilly, Teri Quirk and Erica Zarro On Tuesday November 6, 2018, Ken Reilly, Teri Quirk and Erica Zarro are running together for the three available trustee positions on the Nutley Board of Education. Ken Reilly, former President of the Nutley BOE, has spent ...

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To the Editor: The time has come for change in the Township of Nutley. Historically, only a select few have been appointed to serve on our Township boards. It is time for our commissioners to reach farther and wider into our community and give others an opportunity to serve.  The ...

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Ilene Dudek and Her Little Ant March Through the Local Towns of New Jersey When does story time become play time? When local author Ilene Dudek presents her Little Ant children’s books. Her bright, colorful stories set the stage with silly scenarios, clever twists, and an ant who just won’t ...

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Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. The sentiment has been attributed to Jefferson, who knew a thing or two about how democracies work. Tragically, our democracy appears to be in serious jeopardy. On the world stage, the American President stood shoulder to shoulder with the strong-man ...

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