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In Your Opinion: A Fact-Check On Siegel And Endorsement For Galtieri

In Your Opinion: A Fact-Check On Siegel And Endorsement For Galtieri

By Deana Luchs, Somerset. As a Ward 2 resident, I researched Scott Siegel’s website and found several comments which are erroneous. I fact-checked my responses from reputable sources. In one of his statements, Mr. Siegel claims that “from 2011 to 2016 only 3 of the 22 governmental units in Somerset County have raised taxes higher […]

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In Your Opinion: Vote For Potosnak, Smith And Desai

In Your Opinion: Vote For Potosnak, Smith And Desai

By John Felix, Somerset. On Tuesday November 7th, we’ll dutifully exercise our civic responsibilities by electing a new governor as well as state and local representatives. We’ll also have the opportunity to elect three of the nine Franklin Township Board of Education (BOE) officers. In my opinion, the election of the BOE officials supersedes that […]

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In Your Opinion: Inform Yourself, Then Go Vote

In Your Opinion: Inform Yourself, Then Go Vote

By Richard Seamon, Somerset. This coming Tuesday is Election Day and I urge all of my fellow residents of Franklin to vote. I also urge everyone to vote for all of the positions on the ballot, not just one or two. All elected officials from state to county to local will make decisions that affect […]

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In Your Opinion: Daryl Kipnis Makes His Case For State Senate

In Your Opinion: Daryl Kipnis Makes His Case For State Senate

By Daryl Kipnis. A wise New Jerseyan by the name of Albert Einstein once said, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” Another wise New Jerseyan, Rev. DeForest “Buster” Soaries, a former Secretary of State of New Jersey, profoundly said at a recent Affordability Summit held at First […]

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In Your Opinion: Mayor Urges Residents To Vote The Entire Ballot

In Your Opinion: Mayor Urges Residents To Vote The Entire Ballot

By Mayor Phil Kramer. The approaching election is of great importance to New Jersey and to Franklin, and I urge everyone to vote the entire ballot. Many voters only come out once every four years and I assure you this year’s vote is one not to miss. It will impact all of us for years […]

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In Your Opinion: Support Potosnak, Desai And Smith For School Board

In Your Opinion: Support Potosnak, Desai And Smith For School Board

By Bill Connell, Somerset. We have a Board of Education election coming up. Over the years I have been very involved in our schools; as a parent, as a volunteer, and as an active community member following our board. In a way the school board election seems sort of boring, yet critical to our township. […]

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In Your Opinion: Scott Siegel Lays Out Reasons To Vote For Him

In Your Opinion: Scott Siegel Lays Out Reasons To Vote For Him

By Scott Siegel, Somerset. My opponent talks of stable taxes, smart budgeting, against future development and increased transparency. He fails on all four. From 2011 to 2016 only three of the 22 governmental units in Somerset County have raised taxes higher than Franklin Township. Statewide, towns that have recent financials online we rank in the […]

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In Your Opinion: We Support Frank Chimel As Next FHS Principal

In Your Opinion: We Support Frank Chimel As Next FHS Principal

By John Felix and Linda Darby, Somerset. The last sentence of Dr. John Ravally’s letter announcing the resignation of Franklin High School’s principal tells parents that the district “will begin actively seeking a permanent principal for Franklin High School as soon as possible.” Like many like-minded parents who have been advocating/pleading for continuity, consistency, stability […]

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In Your Opinion: Galtieri Will Make Thoughtful, Caring Township Councilman

In Your Opinion: Galtieri Will Make Thoughtful, Caring Township Councilman

By Bill Connell, Somerset. Driving down Elizabeth Avenue I saw a Will Galtieri sign, he is running for council. It put me on a train of thought: The average age of a politician around here is probably 55. William is slightly younger. I got to wondering what it really means and I concluded nothing in […]

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Faith In The Villages: Muharram Signifies Start Of Islamic New Year

Faith In The Villages: Muharram Signifies Start Of Islamic New Year

by Rizwan A. Rizvi. Muharram is the first month of the Islamic calendar. It is one of the four sacred months of the year. Since the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar, Muharram moves from year to year when compared with the Gregorian calendar. The word “Muharram” means “Forbidden” and is derived from the word […]

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