April 28, 2007 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Kirkersville officials want to set the record straight

Editor: We feel that the time is right to debunk some false information being circulated about the Village of Kirkersville government and the upcoming replacement tax levy. 1. More...

Firebowl 2007 is May 5

Editor: It's Firebowl time again. This will be the eighth year for the fundraiser that began in 2000 on the premise that it should be fun and give 100 percent of the monies collected. More...

National Day of Prayer is May 3

Editor: The National Day of Prayer is on the first Thursday of May. Each year the President makes a proclamation concerning the need for Americans to pray. Seems simple doesn't it? It is not a clarion call to bow to a particularly named deity. More...

More Letters: Does the police department deserve more money?

Editor: Buckeye Lake Village voters are being asked to give more money to the police department. Why should we give them more tax money? What is different? Are they effective? Do they solve local crime? More...

New levy will just be used for fire, police departments

Editor: I would like to encourage all Buckeye Lake residents to vote FOR the upcoming 3 mill levy that will appear on the May ballot (issue #12) and support our police and firedepartments. More...

Village in dire need for more taxes

Editor: From the time I began on the Buckeye Lake Village Council, three years ago, my interest has centered on the village financial situation. More...

Writer says no more new taxes for Buckeye Lake Village

Editor: Well, here we go again. I knew it wouldn't be long before Buckeye Lake Village Council would try to reach in our wallets again. What are they thinking? The county just raised our sewer rates by $8 a month and they wanted a lot more. More...

Many residents can't afford more taxes

Editor: On May 8, Buckeye Lake Village residents will decide the fate of a 3-mill fiveyear levy for "general operating expenses." According to the Licking County Auditor's office, the levy will produce $134,200 which the village says will be split More...