September 28, 2013 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Election Letters!

Letters from lake-area residents about candidates and issues on the Nov. 5 ballot will be accepted until 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 23. We are strictly enforcing our normally suggested 250-word limit for election letters. More...

More thanks to Hoskinson, Schoedinger

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Writer doesn’t support fire department levy

Editor:  I want to clear up a Sept. 14 Beacon story about the Sept. 9 Buckeye Lake Village   Council meeting. My name is Judy Allen and that story said I supported the fire department levy.   More...

Hileman sets her goals

Editor:  I want Buckeye Lake Village voters to know my goals if they elect me their mayor. I will be a full-time mayor and available at the village hall. I will listen to your concerns.  We need to:  1. More...

Writer should vote

Editor:  I want to thank Shannon McNab for not being just another fake writer during the election season and for setting the record straight in the Sept. 21 Beacon. I do urge anyone with such strong opinions to register and vote! More...

Why doesn’t the humane society take over the pound?

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Facts don’t support Dupler’s complaint

Editor:  I’m responding to the letter from Walnut Township Trustee Sonny Dupler in the Sept. 14 Beacon. More...

One term is enough

Editor:  Reading, watching or listening to the news these days seems to be a constant assault of drama/denial. More...

Writer wants to clean up junk

Editor:  Ms. McNab AKA Patty Volland’s ‘room renter’ has a lot to say about ‘junk cluttering my front yard.’ Was Volland’s property zoned multi-family?  More...

More thanks for church donation

Editor:  There have been several letters expressing gratitude to the Hoskinson-Schoedinger group for their generous donation of their Millersport Chapel to our congregation.   More...

Thanks to BLACA supporters

Editor:  A special thanks to all the Lake lovers who made the BLACA Fall Dinner such a success. The overflow crowd enjoyed an evening with neighbors and were updated on the lake’s health by Merv Bartholow. More...