Mailbag

Agrees, disagree on Mailbag points

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Don't use spray along roadways

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Soon spring will be here. Once again plants will be growing and the Delaware County Department of Public Works will be getting ready to spray herbicide along 92 miles of guide rails on our county roads. 


Misrepresentation by letter writer

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The letter submitted to the Catskill Mountain News last week by John Cowan was a complete misrepresentation of the actual facts. Mr. Cowan had sold his 650-acre farm in Roses Brook to a neighbor who then put his new property into the Watershed Agricultural Council (WAC) Conservation Easement Program.


Frightening power of water

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Silent majority needs to be heard

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The letter from Mr. Davis that supports Chris Gibson requires a reply. As stated by Mona Lee Sheehan, Chris Gibson voted to repeal a bill that made healthcare more accessible to adults and children in our community. How is that representing our needs? His vote sent a message, a message to the insurance companies that donated to his campaign, that their money bought his vote!


President Reagan broke several laws

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In my letter last week there was a typing error I made, the Congress was a Republican-controlled Senate and a Democratic-controlled House.  Also the information I quoted was cited:  Domestic policy - Ronald Reagan - election http://www.presidentprofiles.com/Kennedy-Bush/Ronald-Reagan-Domestic-pol....


Would prefer hearing only Marley

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To quote Ronald Reagan, “There you go again;” for the second week in a row, back-biting propaganda that flouts civility. First Gibson, now Reagan.


Rep. Gibson did as asked

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The letter in last week’s Mailbag regarding Representative Chris Gibson cannot go unanswered. The statements are out of context, in some cases untrue, and put together to support a bias outburst to slam Rep. Gibson, while unintentionally being destructive to the very cause allegedly supported, progress in the healthcare field.


Reagan's history not exactly sterling

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Reagan was popular to be sure but the greatest president, not according to historians.


Reagan's history not exactly sterling

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Reagan was popular to be sure but the greatest president, not according to historians.


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