September 22, 2007 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Writer questions more water reports, studies

Editor: Am I correct that the village is back to conducting another study on the feasibility of a village owned and operated water well system? More...

Election Letters

Just five issues left

Your letters about lake-area candidates and issues on the Nov. 6 ballot are welcome. However, due to the volume of letters we expect to receive, we will begin strictly enforcing our normally suggested 250-word limit for election letters next week. More...

'Watchdog' has income suggestion for Kirkersville

Editor: I hear that the Kirkersville GOB's (Good Ole' Boys) attempted to have a council meeting on Sept. 5, but not enough council members showed up. However, several residents did show up. More...

More thanks for festival

Editor: On behalf of the Mayor's Officeand the Village Council, I would like to thank Ron Keller and the Millersport Lions Club for all of their efforts during the Millersport Sweet Corn Festival. More...

Trustee gave fire contract to council member

Editor: I received the fire contract from the Walnut Township Trustees, specifically Trustee Sonny Dupler. At no time was I told that I was to give the contract to the mayor, village council or fiscal officer. More...

Dispute will hurt residents

Editor: My name is Gary Matheny and I chair the Village of Millersport's Safety Committee. First, I want to say what a great job our fire fighters and Chief Bill Yates do for our village and Walnut Township. More...

Liberty Township has two choices

Editor: Thanks to all who attended the Liberty Township survey presentation. For those who were unable to attend the survey can be reviewed at: fairfieldcountyohio libertytownship.org. More...

One more Letter: Couple upset with restaurant's lack of compassion

Editor: I've never written a letter to an Editor of a paper, but I just finished reading the letter from Chris Stapleton in your paper and felt compelled to write. First, let me extend my deepest sympathy and condolences to Mr. More...