Letters to the Editor

June 28, 2018

I read your article Protesters Oppose Family Separation Policy at Weekend Rally.  A quote states “This country’s cruel immigration policy is separating children from their families.  But we won’t allow it to continue.”  I too agree that families illegally entering the US should be kept together.  ...

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One of the responsibilities that parents take most seriously is protecting their children from injury, whether it is buckling seat belts in a car or wearing a helmet while riding a bike. And when their kids become teenagers and want to participate in sports or other activities, parents do ...

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A few days ago, Lynn Collins wrote a Letter to the Editor asking if there is any reason we should believe that, if constructed on a 52-acre lot, Williams-Transco would not later decide to expand this proposed 32,000 gas-fired Compressor Station 206 in Franklin Township.  She included some examples ...

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It seemed like a parent/ teacher night yesterday instead of "Candidate Night" at the South Brunswick Board of Education office, as only one candidate was present to take questions from the community. The date had been set by “South Brunswick Cares About Schools" (Facebook group) way ahead of ...

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MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ - To me, Middlesex County is a place where everyone’s needs are important, and where all our residents should have access to the County services and programs on which they’ve come to depend. I know that as your Freeholder Director, it’s my duty to support our residents, but my ...

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As an alumnus who has been through the South Brunswick school system, I am proud and honored to endorse my father Anil Patel for South Brunswick Board of Education. I have attended Monmouth Junction Elementary, Crossroads North Middle School, and South Brunswick High School. After going through ...

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To the Editor:   I am so proud to endorse my dear friend J.Joyce Mehta, a "person with many hats"-mother, parent advocate, lawyer, entrepreneur, paraprofessional to name a few for the South Brunswick School Board election on Nov. 7.   I met Joyce a few years ago with regards to an issue ...

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To the Editor: My name is Simran Prajapati and I am the proud daughter of Joyce Mehta - one of the most qualified candidates for the South Brunswick Board of Education. As a South Brunswick High School alumnus and current King’s College London undergraduate, I am grateful for the ...

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I am writing in support of my friend and candidate for State Senate, Ileana Schirmer.  Ileana is a strong business woman and has helped cost effectively run Hamilton as a member of the Hamilton Township Council.   In getting to know Ileana, I’ve also come to know that she has a warm heart and ...

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Dear Editor: As a New Jersey resident and strong supporter of our local library, I urge all New Jersey citizens to vote “YES” on Tuesday, November 7 for the NJ Library Construction Bond Act, supporting libraries across NJ.  Libraries are increasingly becoming the social hubs of our ...

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On July 29, 2016, one week after my 41st birthday, with no warning, I experienced a Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection. SCAD is an uncommon heart condition that causes arteries in the heart to tear, leading to a blockage of the artery, and, in my case, a heart attack.  I HAVE NO KNOWN RISK ...

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Honorable Cranbury Township Committee Members: “All politics are local.” is a phrase former House Speaker Tip O'Neill is reputed to have coined.  While people continue to have differing interpretations as to the meaning of that famous phrase, it remains clear that small local changes can and do ...

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