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Letters
By

Gail Travers
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November 10, 2021
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To the Editor:
As a resident of Harvey Cedars, I look ahead to supporting the dining places in our town. I look ahead to summer season evenings and experiencing al fresco dining in our town.
Commissioner Imperiale pointed out in a SandPaper column (“To Err Is Human … But Choose a Facet,” 11/3) that out of doors dining might vanish if the city does not move an ordinance to have on with out of doors eating. I know that Commissioner Imperiale is combating to keep outdoor eating, but it looks it even now may possibly be in jeopardy, so we need all the residents of Harvey Cedars to specific their aid to go on possessing the skill to dine exterior in our town.
You should mail your views to all of the commissioners at city hall at zoning@harveycedars.org. Email the Harvey Cedars Taxpayers Affiliation at harveycedarstax.org and let them know how you truly feel. I am certain Kathy Reis, our president, will pass on your views.
Do Harvey Cedars residents want to go outside their town to delight in outdoor eating? Will the community young children coming down all through the summer season months be forced to go exterior our town for employment? Will our local dining places be able to contend and be thriving?
When my spouse and children and pals dined outdoors past year I by no means encountered any congestion or parking difficulties. I do appreciate the fresh air and seeing our mates kick back and love our wonderful beach town.
Saul Ellman
Harvey Cedars

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