October 6, 2007 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Election Letters

Just three 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 are strictly enforcing our normally suggested 250-word limit for election letters next week. More...

Solid waste district thanked

Editor: The Walnut Township Park Board would like to thank the Coshocton-FairfieldLicking-Perry Solid Waste District for the grant money that made it possible to purchase rubber mulch to be placed under all of our play equipment at our township pa More...

Writers thank Bill Ours for his help in returning The Queen to the lake

Editor: The Bon Voyage article was great, well written and a nice thank you to all the volunteers, along with a nice photograph. More...

'Watchdog' answers

Editor: Oh, Dan Harper…you must not be paying attention or you would have known the answers to all your questions. More...

We could have $100 water bills!

Some things never change. This is going to sound familiar because it is. We've been making these same points for years now. The Buckeye Lake water saga is one bad sequel after another. More...

Three donors left off of The Queen II thank you list

Editor: Whenever you thank people publicly you take the risk of leaving someone out. Well, that's what happened last week when I was recounting the Queen of the Lake II donors to Charlie Prince - not once, not twice, but three times. More...

More Letters: Wells calls for Cookston's resignation, removal

Editor: All public officials in Ohio, even those appointed at the village level, are subject to the Ohio Ethics Law. Ohio Revised Code 102. More...

Another Letter: Volunteer praised

Editor: All organizations rely on volunteers at one time or another. Sometimes the results are good and sometimes they are average at best. The Greater Buckeye Lake Historical Society had a very unusual experience this summer. More...