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They call themselves the “Hoover Group.” No, they are not vacuum cleaner salesmen. They are a group of Clifford Township taxpayers who are vehemently opposed to the installation of a sewer system in the Dundaff/Crystal Lake sections of the township.
“In 1927,” their spokesman, Attorney Jim Sposito told the township supervisors last week, “Herbert Hoover promised two chickens in every pot and a car in every garage. In 1928 there were no two chickens in every pot. And by 1929 there was no car in every garage.
New Milford Township is looking for volunteers. At the December 13 New Milford Township meeting, Ken Bondurant brought up the subject of the Township's approaching bicentennial. Currently in its 199th year, New Milford may be one of the oldest townships in the county. It predates New Milford Borough by 42 years. This, Mr. Bondurant suggested, is call for celebration, and he proposed the creation of a committee to plan the festivities. The supervisors agreed, and appointed him chairman. There is a need for volunteers now to serve on it. If anyone is interested, or knows someone who would be an asset to this endeavor, they are requested to let the township know.
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