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Letters to the Editor

September 15, 2021

There’s been a lot of debate over mask mandates at local Board of Education meetings over the last few months, the repercussions of defying these mandates are not just about health. Our schools lose state funding if we defy statewide mandates. Our property values would go down, our property ...

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Wayne Alliance Hosts 4th Annual Overdose Awareness and Hope for the Future on August 31st Wayne, NJ, — Wayne residents will share a celebration of life and candle vigil for those lost during International Overdose Awareness Day on August 31, 2021 at 8pm [Event invitation at Facebook: ...

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On July 14, 2021 the NJEA held an interactive conference and workshop for educators called Radical Imagination Summit for Educators (RISE) 2021. The summit covered a wide-range of topics and offered teachers opportunities to discuss and practice new techniques for making learning in the classroom ...

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The words “affordable housing” have almost disappeared from the discussions about plans for residential development in Wayne. Understandable. We cannot ignore issues like overdevelopment and an aging infrastructure, but we should not lose sight of our township’s constitutional AND moral obligation.

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I believe almost everyone reading this loves Wayne. We live in a wonderful community that is enhanced by the voluntarism of many of our residents. Our schools are among the best in the state. We have more open space that most suburbs including the pristine 1300 acres of the High Mountain Preserve, ...

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There is an illusion regarding our country and its history that some of us follow, a fantasy that promotes the belief that over its two hundred years of existence, America is exceptional, proud of the words of its founding documents, faultless as a nation in its behavior, and its people superior to ...

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