November 15, 2008 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Wells asks who is minding the sinking Buckeye Lake ship

Editor: Buckeye Lake's ship is sinking and we're all asking, "Who is at the helm?" Voters turned down two more levies for the Village of Buckeye Lake. The additional police levy didn't stand a chance. More...

Millersport Track project has raised more than $30,000

Editor: This letter updates the efforts of the Millersport Schools Track/Athletic Facilities Renovation Committee. Thanks to alumni, residents, businesses and service organizations, we have received over $27,300 in donations. More...

Clarification

Jim Miller, Licking County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, asked for us to clarify a statement within the story 'Dispute over bike path to extend into 2009' in last week's edition. More...

Cemetery volunteers thanked

Editor: On Sunday, Nov. 9, Boy Scout Troop 404 and 24 Walnut Township residents met at the Millersport Cemetery to work on the grave sites. More...

Harper wants readers 'to see the facts for a change'

Editor: As your star letter writer Ms. Mansfield, and Scott Rawdon reported several weeks ago, I resigned my position as the Computer Technician for the Village of Kirkersville. Ms. More...

Tips for Tots supporters thanked

Editor: What can we say? Our thanks to everyone who helped make this year's Tips for Tots a great success. More...

Is a Fairfield Beach life worth less than Thurston one

Editor: I am a new resident of Fairfield Beach. I cannot believe that taxpayers in Walnut Township will allow the Walnut Township Trustees to further reduce fire and EMS services for residents of Fairfield Beach. More...

Mayor thanks voters for levy approval

Editor: On behalf of village council members, village employees and myself, I want to express our gratitute to Millersport voters for approving our replacement levy for current operations last week. We have a great village and great residents. More...