Letters to the Editor

November 4, 2018

Vote Soni (#1), Manfred (#3), Standridge (#4), MacKay (#6) Randolph Board of Education I'm writing in support of Allison Manfred, Tammy MacKay, Rob Soni, and Anne Standridge for Randolph Board of Education.  They're examples of parents and community members who have a proven record of ...

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I want to take this moment to express my gratitude to everyone who has supported, listened to and reached out to hear my views.  Most of all I want to thank my family and friends who have worked tirelessly to help me get the word out about why I want to join the Randolph Township Board of Education ...

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Thank you to the Randolph Community - Together we can achieve excellence! First, I want to thank all of you in Randolph who have listened to me and have also shared your views on our Randolph School district.  Since September 4th, I have been actively trying to learn about our district, your ...

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I am writing to encourage Randolph Residents to vote for David Timpanaro, Amy Rosenthal-Laffey, Joshua Weiner, and Rachel Koshy on November 6th for Randolph Township Council. My husband and I have been Randolph residents for 15 years and have a daughter in RMS. I am proud of our diverse town and ...

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Our opposition has made some disheartening and disingenuous comments that should be corrected.  Don't be fooled.  Randolph Township is a well managed, wonderful community - wouldn't you agree?  You probably moved here for the quality of life, excellent services, parks, recreation, trails, schools, ...

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Dear Editor: My husband and I have lived here since 1999 and are proud to call Randolph our home.  We have read, researched and watched recent local grassroots campaigning with some chagrin.  While I will not get involved with any of the recent vitriol I have seen on social media, I am very ...

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Attending the Randolph Town Council debate October 29 I was struck by the Republican platform of experience; Town Council experience, municipal and school and coaching/church volunteer experience and even attending Town Council meetings. The mayor and several of his running mates spoke to the ...

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Dear Editor:             When does “Coming Soon” arrive?  I have lived in Randolph for 34 years and I have been seeing signs for a Town Center or a Mark’s Corner or a Shoppes at Randolph for as long as I have lived here. Development in a town is a delicate matter and long range planning is ...

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Our family has lived in Randolph Township for 35 years.  We moved here to have a safe community and great education for our children.  Over the course of time we see Randolph as still being a great place to live.  We are republican’s and have voted for the current Township Council in previous ...

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Dear Editor. I would like to thank the LWV for an excellent debate. I came away impressed with Mayor Forstenhausler, Deputy Mayor Loveys, Mrs. Potter and Mr. Nisivoccia. It’s remarkable to discover the endless hours of volunteering they’ve given in Recreation, Economic Development, PTA, Scouting ...

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Hi Neighbor Why did we move to Randolph? Why do we stay in Randolph? Why are we proud of Randolph? Very simply, it is because it is one of the best conservative communities in Morris County where Republican leadership continues to focus on your family and mine, our needs and desires. I ...

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In our current political environment I believe it is crucial to look beyond parties to the actual candidates. In doing so, I have been looking at those individuals in both parties who put people above party and understand the importance of representation, not patronage. I believe we need to look to ...

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Dear Editor, I am writing today to express my support for David Timpanaro and Team Randolph as they run for Township Council in the upcoming mid-term election via the Democratic ticket slated for November 6th 2018.   Over these past weeks, the public and I have had the opportunity to observe ...

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To the Editor,     One of the four Democrats running for Township Council stopped by my house the other morning and left an advertisement on my front door.  I have never heard of any of the four and looking at the brochure, I was amazed to read that only one listed any experience with Randolph ...

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Dear Editor I have lived in Randolph since 1982. Randolph is a great community. with good schools, good parks and pleasant people. I have volunteered on various boards and communities since the mid 1980’s including the environmental committee, open space committee and the planning board which I ...

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Dear Editor:   At this up-coming election, the voters may be angry with the federal and state governments, but our local government is running well.  We should be proud of the job that our Randolph Township Town Council has done over the past decade and show our approval by voting for the ...

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My family and I have lived in Randolph Township for over 30 years. We see Randolph as maintaining and being a great place to live.  As a Republican I have voted for the current incumbents in the past. This election I am supporting Democrats Rachel Koshy, Amy Rosenthal-Laffey, David Timpanaro, and ...

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The Randolph Township Administrators Association will continue to not only support all things that are in the best interest of our district, but we will also support all enhancements to our programs and our facilities that are good for our students.  The items contained in this upcoming referendum ...

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Fellow Randolph Residents & TAPinto RANDOLPH Readers,  Given all of the recent social media and real-life discussion, we felt that we should share the original feedback we provided to Superintendent Fano and the RTNJ Board of Education this past December. This has been copied/pasted from the ...

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The landscape of education is continually changing, and as a community we need to ensure that our schools are ready and able to prepare both today’s and tomorrow’s students to meet their full potential. There’s no question that the schools in our district need improvements. Each building was ...

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I  write this letter in support of four candidates for Randolph Town Council; Rachel Koshy, Amy Rosenthal-Laffey, David Timpanaro and Josh Weiner.  I am a 12 year resident of Randolph.. Our two children graduated from Randolph public schools. We are happy and blessed with our community, friends, ...

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The Randolph PTO Council is dedicated to facilitating programs that benefit both students and faculty in our district schools and believe that the referendum is vital to that purpose. As an organization, we stand behind the Randolph Schools Referendum, whole-heartedly. The members of our council ...

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