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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor — Jan. 20, 2017

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A holiday hike Re: “A peak experience” [Volume 21, Issue 11 or bit.ly/2j8zQt5] I just had my son Kenny and his family out for the Thanksgiving holiday. Kenny is in the Air Force and stationed at Canon Air Force base in Clovis, New Mexico. He went to Gage Elementary, Pershing Junior High and graduated from […]

Letters to the editor – Nov. 18, 2016

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Kiwanis move after 51 years The last time the Grantville-Allied Gardens Kiwanis Club needed a change of address form, Lyndon B. Johnson was president of the United States. The Vietnam War was still in its early stages. In St. Louis, the Gateway Arch was completed, while in Los Angeles, the Watts race riots boiled over.

Letters to the editor – Sept. 16, 2016

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Size matters Re: “Local Dems to discuss gender politics” and “November ballot measures analyzed, explained at next meeting” [Volume 22, Issue 8, or bit.ly/2bbXdAy and bit.ly/2bPiJNb] I was shocked at the blatant liberal bias of your paper in comparing your two political commentaries in your most recent issue.

Letters to the editor – May 20, 2016

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Candidates support bad bike policy Re: “District 7 candidates weigh in on the issues” [Volume 22, Issue 4 or bit.ly/1SsK5Ir] Your interviews with District 7 candidates showed that Scott Sherman openly admits to supporting the Bicycle Master Plan Update. If this plan is fully implemented, you can forget about that quick trip to the neighborhood store […]

Letter to the editor – March 18, 2016

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Stopping cell towers needs more involvement [Volume 21, Issue 12 or bit.ly/1QEYKj1] On Dec. 9, 2015, approximately 65 San Carlos residents showed up at the monthly meeting of the Navajo Community Planners. They came to speak of their opposition to the two 70-foot cell phone towers T-Mobile wants to install at the San Carlos Park.