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Letters to the Editor

Primary election voters support majority of levies

To the editor: Voters across Ohio approved 68% of the school tax issues on the 2021 primary election ballot. The passage of 50 of 73issues marked a small uptick from the 2020 primary election, when voters approved 63 of 99 school tax issues for a passage rate of 64%. Fifty percent of new ...

Upset with city’s removal of spring cleanup

To the editor: I am upset about discontinuing spring cleanup after an early two-day pick-up in March. We have had both spring and fall cleanups for years. There is debris from leaves, branches, house gutters, dead bushes, etc. that have come down this spring once winter was over. And in spring ...

Unhappy with our politicans

To the editor: Two editorials in your April 13 issue caught my eye. Diane Dimond comments entitled “Readers to Politicians: You’re not listening!” And Tim Graham’s “Green fraud and climate lockdown.” First, Diane Dimond. I frequently write and call my three representatives: Rob ...

Humtown Products workers earn praise

To the editor: It is humbling to look back over the past year, and as I take stock of what our employees have overcome and achieved during a pandemic, I can only glow with pride for our people and our organization. Very early on, we instituted strict protocols to ensure the safety of our ...

Register with the Selective Service

To the editor: Some young men in our community are missing out on important opportunities by accidentally breaking the law. As a Selective Service citizen board member, I feel a responsibility to say something. The law says all young men must register with Selective Service when they turn 18. ...

Not a big fan of Witcover

To the editor: With reference to your Tuesday, March 9 editorial page, please note the following: “Normal governing has returned?” Jules Witcover, my favorite left-leaning, progressive, myopic totally Democrat columnist, has proclaimed Biden’s first 48 days or so as “normal ...