October 27, 2012 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Voters urged to support Issue 2

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We can’t risk a lame duck President Obama

Editor: My good friend, Hal Jackson, was on the speaking circuit giving humorous talks for years, so I don’t know if his recent letter was to be humorous or not. More...

More support for school levy

Editor: Please support the upcoming levy for the Walnut Twp. schools! More...

Demand real change by voting ‘no’

Editor: The problems with the Buckeye Lake Village Fire Department go back for years. Timing is everything and that’s why something might finally be done. The department’s levy is up for renewal. More...

How much money is enough?

Editor: In 2000, Baltimore’s population was 2,881 and the police department budget was $127,837 or $44.38 per citizen. By 2009, the police department budget $100.54 per citizen. More...

Thorn Township voters asked to support fire levy

Editor: I am asking Thorn Township voters to support the 1.2 mill replacement fire levy on the November 6 ballot. Over the past year, Thorn Township Fire Department has added paid coverage from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday thru Friday. More...

This is it for Election Letters!

We do NOT publish election letters in our final issue before an election. More...

More support for income tax levy

Dear Editor: “Invest in The Best” has been the motto of the Walnut Township Schools. Our students have opportunities athletically, musically and educationally that their parents and grandparents never had in their school years. More...

Prosecutor supports police levy

Editor, As Fairfield County Prosecutor, I strongly urge all Baltimore voters to support the Village Police Levy this election day. More...

We need jobs, Romney

Editor: We need jobs, economic recovery, repeal of Obama Care and deficit slashing. We cannot survive more wasteful spending, “big talking” and broken promises. More...

Voters can speak on Nov. 6 without fear

Editor: Monday night’s Buckeye Lake Village council meeting was more dysfunction at the junction than usual. Council President Charlene Hayden finally asked why I come to Buckeye Lake meetings. More...

Obama’s war on coal takes toll on us too

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More support for Issue 23

Editor: Last week Ohio published report cards for its schools and that included the Walnut Township District here in Millersport. More...

Vote ‘Yes’ on Issue 23

Editor: Issue 23 is the 1.75% Replacement Income Tax for Walnut Township Local Schools. More...