October 22, 2011 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Just one more week for election letters

Letters from lake-area residents about candidates and issues on the Nov. 8 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...

Yates supported for trustee

Editor: This is a letter written to support Bill Yates for Walnut Township Trustee. Bill will do an outstanding job for everybody living in Walnut Township. More...

Chorpenning endorsed for trustee

Editor: This is the first time I’ve written to The Beacon. I am not going to sit back and say nothing when our Good Old Boys supporters bash a prominent man in our community by saying he is “disrespectful.” More...

Writer says payments to Watkins were illegal, noted in audit

Editor: I’m responding to a letter, apparently written for Trustee Watkins, which appeared in the Oct. 8 Beacon. More...

It’s the last chance to keep our historical parks

Editor: On November 8, Fairfield County voaters will choose to have the Fairfield County Historical Parks District become a part of our continuing history or make them history as in, “You’re history!” More...

Parents thank community for support

Editor: We would like to thank all of Millersport Community for their sincere concern and encouragement while our daughter was missing. More...

More support for Yates

Editor: I am writing this letter in support of Bill Yates running for Walnut Township Trustee. I have had the privilege of knowing and working with Bill. He is highly dedicated to his community. More...

Hart supported for Licking Township trustee

Editor: I am writing to express my support for Joe Hart for Licking Township Trustee. I have known Joe for over 20 years and I have served with Joe both as a former Lakewood School Board member and former Licking Township Trustee. More...

Zollinger endorses Leith

Editor: As a resident of Walnut Township, I Ralph Zollinger, will not be running for Walnut Township Trustee. We are looking for a good man to replace me and Doug Leith is just the young man for the job. More...

Writer says Baltimore police levy is a wise investment

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Baltimore should live within its means

Editor: This is in response to Stephanie Harget’s letter regarding the Baltimore Police Levy. With all your facts presented it seems you have overlooked one important fact. More...

Boring supported for trustee

Editor: I am writing to support the reelection of Dick Boring for Thorn Township Trustee. Dick is a life-long resident of Thorn Township. Dick has decades of experience working in road construction and farming. More...

Coleman supported for trustee

Editor: Bob Coleman, as our THORN TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE, will be an asset to all of us. He has already proven his hard work and dedication to improving our township. More...

Leith supported for Walnut Township Trustee

Editor, A couple of weeks ago a friend I like and respect asked me to do him a favor. I was surprised when he asked me to endorse a particular candidate for Walnut Township trustee. More...

Baltimore voters have a choice

Editor: I stated earlier that I was done, but then we have had two rebuttal letters. I’m responding since both writers are either police officers, or a family member. More...

Write-in for change in Bowling Green Township

Editor: I am running as a write-in candidate for Fiscal Officer of Bowling Green Township. I believe its time for a change in our elected officials. Someone has decided I should not be elected as they have stolen my campaign signs from area roads. More...

Maresca supported for fiscal officer

Editor: We support Barbara Maresca for Licking Township Fiscal Officer. Barbara has years of management experience with McGraw-Hill in Columbus. We have known Barbara and Lou since they have been in Harbor Hills. More...