Letters to the Editor

November 11, 2018

  To the Residents of Warren Township,   We want to thank the voters of Warren Township for the overwhelming support we received in the November 6th general election.  This would not have been achievable without the hard work of our families, many friends and supporters as well as the ...

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This has been yet another terrible week in which we’ve experienced the power of hate. You hate someone’s politics, simple: put together pipe bombs and mail them to your philosophical opponent! You have been feeding on ethnic hatred and want to finish the evil work that that Austrian madman ...

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Dear Editor,   Residents of Warren, we need to return Mayor Vic Sordillo and Deputy Mayor Gary DiNardo to the Warren Township Committee in this November Election of 2018.  They are a proven and responsible team who have continued to workto protect and improve our Town by purchasing as much ...

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Dear Editor,   Mayor Vic Sordillo and Deputy Mayor Gary DiNardo are my picks in the November Elections.  They have consistently represented the interests of all residents in Warren Township.     They have proven that they are part of a responsible team whose members have worked to ...

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Dear Editor, Mayor Vic Sordillo and Deputy Mayor Gary DiNardo are two well-respected and service-oriented guys who need to be re-elected so they may continue to serve on the Warren Township Committee.  They have proven that they are a responsible team and have worked to serve our community ...

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To the Editor: Our country is in trouble! Our once thought impervious system of checks and balances is failing. We have watched incredulously as Trump compliments dictators and attacks key democratic allies. His affinity for Putin is dangerous. If the United States does not advocate for ...

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Dear Editor: On October 6th, Scotch Plains residents were appalled to find racist graffiti including antisemitic symbols and words, as well as the use of the n word spray painted to the back of Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School. Sadly, as a resident of many different towns, but in Scotch Plains ...

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Dear Residents and Business Owners;    As we come into the fall season, it is once again a time of renewal and with renewal, we work towards looking at what we as elected officials are voted in to do….that is to plan, to pass ordinances, to work within the law, to support our children and ...

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