September 26, 2009 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Election Letters

Letters from lake-area residents about candidates and issues on the Nov. 3 ballot are welcome. However, due to the expected volume of letters, we are strictly enforcing our normally suggested 250-word limit for election letters. More...

Zoning limit on political signs is unconstitutional

Editor: Sometimes you just have to stand up for what is right. That is what I did when I had several signs placed in my neighborhood Labor Day weekend to kick off my campaign for trustee. More...

Trustees respond to letter

Editor: In answer to Mr. Smith’s questions regarding actions of the Walnut Township Trustees in the Sept. 19th edition of the Buckeye Lake Beacon. More...

Writer supports Badgeley, Montell for Liberty Township Trustee

Editor: We have six Liberty Township Trustee candidates running for office. More...

One more Letter: ‘Watchdog’s’ public records check raises more questions

Editor: This is a continuation of my last letter about some concerns I believe Kirkersville officials should have reviewed before making Mark Bossa permanent chief of police. Here are some more of those concerns regarding Bossa: More...

Walnut Township residents deserve better leadership

Tuesday night’s Walnut Township Trustees’ meeting was pathetic. More...

Horn lists his goals if elected township trustee

Editor: I am excited about the possibility of serving you as trustee. Many people tell me they are ready for a change. More...

Corrected version of Myer’s endorsement

Editor: I would like to wholeheartedly endorse the candidacy of Linda Myer for Township Trustee. More...

More Letters: Barber Fundraiser is success

Editor: The 4th Annual Hunter Barber Fundraiser held on September 12th was yet again a huge success. Anyone who attended the fundraiser could tell you there was plenty food, fellowship, and fun. More...

Check facts first

Editor: Thorn Township Zoning member (ZBA) Bob Coleman’s recent letter illustrates two things: 1. More...