January 26, 2008 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Wells said tree should have been addressed months ago

Editor: At the Jan. 14 Buckeye Lake Council meeting, Mayor Foster defended the decision to spend tax dollars to cut down a private tree. He said it was a very appropriate decision because it protected the public. More...

Prayers requested for Jesse Loudermilk

Editor: Here's the latest news on Jesse Loudermilk. This Thursday, January 24, Jesse is having a very serious six to eight hour double surgery to remove a malignant tumor on his back. More...

Another Letter: 'Watchdog' asks council members to cut puppet strings

Editor: Doot, doot, doot, do, do, do, do, doot, do, duh…Wait…that's circus music. I'm not sure what puppet show music sounds like. More...

Letters to the Editor

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Acord thanks voters for six terms as trustee

Editor: I want to thank Licking Township voters for supporting me for the last 24 years as your trustee. I enjoyed my job and did it well. Maybe I didn't meet everyone's expectations, but I always had the taxpayers best interests at heart. More...

Writer urges voters to support Liberty Union levy

Editor: On March 4th, Liberty Union-Thurston School District residents will be asked to support a levy to complete necessary projects. Some are asking why a new levy is needed when one was passed in 2002. More...

Guest column: Candlelight vigil for justice planned

Former Buckeye Lake Councilman, John Cortez remains a fugitive while three teens and their families continue to await his capture and justice. Do you believe this matter is none of your business? I have been told that it is none of my business. More...

Schaffer endorses Smalley for reelection as Clerk of Courts

Editor: I am writing to express my support and endorsement of Deborah Smalley for re-election to the officeof FairfieldCounty Clerk of Courts. As Clerk of Courts, Deborah Smalley has served our county with the highest ethical standards. More...