October 13, 2012 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

The Case for a New President: $2,000 Middle Class Tax Hike Lie

‘Lie’ and ‘lying’ are very strong words. We use them very reluctantly. More...

Many can’t afford police income tax

Editor: I would like to respond to the letter “Mayor asks voters to support police levy” in the Beacon dated September 29. More...

Support the police levy

Editor: Baltimore residents need to make a courageous choice and support the Village Police Levy. No one likes taxes, but at the same time residents rightly expect strong police coverage and protection of their community. More...

‘Romney is a job maker’

Editor: Our President is running a campaign of division and distortion. More...

Fire chief needs to resign

Editor: Thanks to Buckeye Lake Council members Barry Herron, Jeryne Peterson, and Kaye Hartman for voting No on Resolution 15 last Monday. It’s good to know we have some council members willing to stand up. More...

Election Letters

Letters from lake-area residents about candidates and issues on the Nov. 6 ballot are welcome. However, we are strictly enforcing our normally suggested 250-word limit for election letters. Election letters longer than 250 words WILL BE CUT! More...

‘We are moving inexorably out of the hole…’

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‘Keep up the great work!’

Editor: No matter what your position on the various contentious issues in The Beacon, one point is irrefutable: but for The Beacon’s reporting of it, most of us would never have heard about it. More...

Fire department isn’t getting its job done

Editor: Thank you Buckeye Lake Council member Jeryne Peterson! You pointed out what we have been trying to tell our mayor and village council. More...

We need to say ‘no’ on new police levy

Editor: “Vote for OUR Police Department” signs are cropping up. I’m not surprised that most are in the yards of our beloved council members. Few are in the yards of “regular” citizens. More...