February 16, 2008 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Letters to the Editor

Your letters are welcomed and encouraged. We would appreciate typewritten letters of 250 words or less. All letters must be signed and include your name, address, and a daytime phone number where we can reach you for confirmation purposes. More...

Thanks for brightening Jake's Christmas with snowflakes

Editor: We want to thank everyone who helped create a winter wonderland for Jake. Thank you all for taking time to help us make this time of recovery more fun for Jake. Jake has cerebral palsy and is non-verbal. More...

Writer wants to keep her money in her pocket

Editor: Let's see - Baltimore schools are asking for another levy over 20 or more years. Wake up people of Baltimore; we already pay too much in taxes! More...

Wells discovers another questionable deal

Editor: Buckeye Lake Planning Commission Chair Karen Cookston strikes again! She acquired two more lots in Cranberry Bay for a total of $23,000. The significanceof this transfer is two-fold. More...

Another Letter: Writer upset with campaign sign switch

Editor: My husband is the hospital. I came home recently and saw that our Ball for Sheriff sign had been removed from our Lake Shore Drive home and replaced with a Phalen sign. I was livid! More...

Writer praises trustees for Swamp Road repair

Editor: Union Township Trustees deserve a lot of credit for their repair job on Swamp Road. The Shelly Company probably deserves equal credit. More...

Writer encourages township residents to get active in their township

Editor: I thought that I would actually be living my retirement years in quiet seclusion and continue to work away on my private country "retreat". Boy was I ever WRONG! More...

Last Chance for Election Letters

Your letters about lake-area candidates and issues on the March 4 ballot are welcome. However, due to the volume of letters we are receiving, we are strictly enforcing our normally suggested 250-word limit for election letters next week. More...

Voters urged to join LU-T's education heritage

Editor: For more than a half century, I have been a student and teacher/coach in the LU Schools. I was in the first seventh grade class to enter the new junior/senior high school at 600 Washington Street. More...

Writer says 'watchdog' wants Kirkersville to unincorporate

Editor: How convenient Bonnie Mansfield's"amnesia" must be! She responded to letters written by me to this very publication by saying that since I no longer resided in Kirkersville, I should keep my opinions to myself. More...

LU-T bond levy is a oncein a-lifetime opportunity

Editor: It is not very often that a community gets an opportunity like residents of the Liberty Union School District will have on March 4th. In fact, I don't think it's much of a stretch to call this a once in a lifetime opportunity. More...

Mooney responds to criticism

Editor: I have had the misfortune to be beset by a local literary redneck making a series of wildly distorted claims. More...

'Watchdog' still keeping an eye on Kirkersville

Editor: The February 6th council meeting in Kirkersville was amusing and sad at the same time. Former mayor, now council member Bennie Evans' did most of the talking as the meeting began. More...

Smalley asks voters to support her reelection

Editor: It has been my privilege to serve as your Fairfield County Clerk of Courts for the past three years. As Clerk, I am responsible for the operation of three offices,two in Lancaster and one in Pickerington. More...