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Another NJ pol with Confederate flag - He's from town accused of anti-Semitism

A picture showing Councilman George Ervin posing with a Confederate flag has surfaced week before the election - and days after the municipality was sued by the state for allegedly trying to keep Orthodox Jews from moving in. Ervin says that while the picture "is being used to make certain inferences about my views," it was a picture taken with friends before he was a public figure and that it is not an expression of of his views.

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Freeholder, Sheriff Candidates Spar

Jobs, infrastructure and the opioid crisis were key topics at a generally genteel debate of four candidates for two seats on the Cape May County Board of Freeholders at the Historic Courthouse Oct. 26. Republican incumbents Will Morey and Jeffery Pierson faced off against Democratic newcomers Danielle Davies and Gregory Wall in front of a capacity crowd in the historic building, in an event hosted by the League of Women Voters. The debate was also broadcast on radio and streamed live on the web.

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County Park and Zoo Receives AZA Accreditation Until 2022

The Cape May County Park and Zoo has once again been accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums . President and CEO of AZA, Dan Ashe, presented a plaque noting the zoo's accreditation through 2022 to the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Directors and Staff of the Cape May County Park and Zoo Oct. 27. Ashe, who toured the Cape May County Park and Zoo before the official presentation, commented on the joy and privilege to walk around the Zoo and see so many young kids enjoying the attraction.

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When Should I Turn On My Sprinkler System?

When Should I Turn On My Sprinkler System?

As spring begins, it is once again time to turn on your lawn sprinkler system! Of course the BEST time for a spring start up is weather related and varies year to year, but anytime from the end of March right through May can be the best time to have your lawn and garden irrigation system activated. Spring Startups are also known as “Summerizing”, “Water Sprinkler Turn-On”, “In ground Sprinkler Start Up” and “Sprinkler System Set Up”.
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Have my Sprinkler Spring Turn on Completed by the Professionals, or do it Myself?

Have my Sprinkler Spring Turn on Completed by the Professionals, or do it Myself?

It’s easy to turn on the sprinkler system at your home and you can easily turn them on yourself, right? Wrong! A common misconception among homeowners is that a spring start up for a sprinkler system is “just turning on the valve”. On the contrary, Pacific Lawn Sprinklers has detailed, proven, and systematic irrigation procedures that must be followed to ensure your sprinkler system is operating at its best.
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Best Time to Water Grass

Best Time to Water Grass

Year after year our clients ask us the same question, “When is the best time to water my lawn?” Throughout our 39 years in business, Pacific Lawn Sprinkler’s answer to this question has remained the same!
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Is your Drinking Water Protected?

Is your Drinking Water Protected?

A backflow prevention valve on a lawn sprinkler or drip irrigation system can come in many types and brands. Each device offers an additional level of protection against the possible chance of the irrigation water from backing up into and contaminating your domestic drinking (potable) water. More and more frequently, water companies are mandating that the backflow preventer on your irrigation system be tested once a year to ensure its proper operation.
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NEVER Lock in & NEVER Pre-pay!

NEVER Lock in & NEVER Pre-pay!

How many people out there like to sign long term service contracts and pre-pay for yearly services? Over our years in business, we at Pacific Lawn Sprinklers have learned that clients do NOT like to lock into maintenance service contracts or pre-pay for services. We can understand why- service contracts often have exclusions and stipulations, you can end up paying for services you don’t actually need, and the level of quality customer service usually decreases over time. Maintenance service contracts often include spring turn on and winterization visits, monthly inspections and service visits.
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