January 20, 2007 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Writer wants 'watchdog' to apologize for 'untrue facts'

Editor: I am writing in response to two letters in last week's Beacon. The first letter was written by Vic Leavitt. More...

'Watchdog' says audit shows need for better controls

Editor: To Vic Leavitt and Charles Starr I am very proud of you and wish to say, "Thank you" for expressing your opinions and your feelings regarding the recent concerns in Kirkersville. More...

More Letters: More public notice needed for big projects

Editor: The Landings at Maple Bay is the first phase of the proposed development on the Bounds farm. The plan is to build 176 Nantucket style condos around a canal cut back into the 53 acre site. More...

Liberty Township voter says message for change forgotten

Editor: Liberty Township Trustees had the opportunity to continue with their change of the zoning commission, which is a reason the 2005 election that replaced two former trustees. Change did not occur. More...

Writer shocked by proposed sewer bill hike

Editor: How many residents have read the letter sent out this week from the Licking County Board of Commissioners? I'm shocked that they want to impose a $20 monthly increase in our sewer rate. More...

Writer wants an optimist

Editor: The residents of Baltimore should be made aware that our Village Administrator Marsha Hall is nothing more than a political opportunist who drifted in from the Canal Winchester area. More...