Letters to the Editor

September 10, 2018

Dear City Council Members: I am writing to you in advance of the 9/11/18 final reading and public hearing on MC2018-22, the proposed ordinance amending the Municipal Code based on the changes made to Plainfield Charter (1968).  I have attached an exhibit showing my four “buckets” of concern ...

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1. SWR recognizes that the deer population needs to be managed and is not opposed to methods that reduce the deer population in a reasonable and humane way. 2. The 2018-2019 union county deer management program proposal is a radical increase in the number of hunting days in the Reservation, ...

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On Auguast 9, 2018, Union County Freeholders, with the full complement of Freeholders present, including Rebecca Williams of Plainfield, voted unanimously to approve another, expanded, deer kill in Union County, including the Plainfield owned Cushing Road Retention Basin. The August 9 meeting ...

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On Tuesday, June 19, 2018 – I, Carmencita Pile, an elected Plainfield School Board member presented this during the Plainfield School Board monthly business meeting to the public and to the board after being recognized by Plainfield School Board President Mr. Richard Wyatt. On Tuesday, August 8, ...

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To the Editor, I support Tom Malinowski, the Democratic candidate for New Jersey’s Seventh District, because he believes in affordable healthcare for all. New Jerseyans and all Americans need access to treatment for their ailments, whether they’re pre-existing, recently contracted, or caused ...

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I was the Secretary of the Plainfield Charter Study Commission that was elected in 2012 and did its work in 2013. The Commission is now dissolved and has no existing authority, but I still have an interest in the project.   So, I was happy when the City Council passed Ordinance MC-2018-8, which was ...

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Whether it’s responding to emergencies, getting our children to school, establishing a business, commuting to work, or simply going out for a night on the town: the residents of Union County all depend on public infrastructure to ensure that our communities are safe, prosperous and enjoyable places ...

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