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Fair Lawn Republican Club Donates Food

Fair Lawn Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Fair Lawn Republican Club Donates Food To Fair Lawn Food Pantry

Fair Lawn Mayor Jeanne Baratta, Deputy Mayor John Cosgrove and Fair Lawn Republican Club members pay a visit to Liz Twiggs at the Fair Lawn Health and Human Services Department on Wednesday, November 21.

The Fair Lawn Republican Club donated foodstuffs and canned foods to the Fair Lawn Food Pantry for distribution to needy families. The pantry is reporting low inventories of basic food items and accepts donations at borough hall during regular hours.

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BellairBerdan November 30, 2012 at 05:18 PM
Yes Stu, you're like one of those "Independants" that only vote Republican. A rose by any other name still smells.... Yes I do only post under this name. Do you find it just as hilarious when your FLRC pals post something under what you consider a "real name" then change accounts to an anonymous name to either bolster support for their view or attack their critics?
Stuart Pace November 30, 2012 at 06:33 PM
Right BB, you are the all knowing. Ask the republicans how much they adore me. Don't worry, your crappy party will be in power next year. Because thats all the Dems and Reps want....power. No one is fixing Fair Lawn, just gearing up for the next step in politics while FL suffers. I want to thank you specifically for that.
BellairBerdan November 30, 2012 at 11:19 PM
I will agree that Fair Lawn can use some fixing but I think you should thank those that feel that if you can't do it for nothing you shouldn't serve at all. That leaves the positions only for those already well connected and ambitious to get to the next step and denies the job to a real small business person that can't get health benefits on their own or a single parent or struggling family that can use that extra $200 a month. Those are the people that can really fix Fair Lawn.
Stuart Pace December 01, 2012 at 03:08 PM
no one can fix Fair Lawn. it's done. Stick a fork in it.
(0) December 03, 2012 at 03:31 PM
thats the kind of winner attitude we could have used on the council!

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