Mailbag

Time well spent on resort planning

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To The Editor:
It has been a while since we communicated Crossroads’ progress to the community; and, in the absence of hard news, the inevitable rumors of our abandonment of the project and the Belleayre Resort’s demise have circulated.


Clinic issues more far-reaching

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Editor’s note: The following letter was written to the Board of Directors of Margaretville Hospital. The authors asked that it be printed here as a letter to the editor.

To The Editor:


Offended by writer's Andes letter

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To The Editor:
It’s seldom that I get offended by someone’s opinion, but I was appalled by Charles Foster’s cynical attitude in his letter in last week’s paper concerning the Town of Andes.

I live in Margaretville but Andes is my town. My family owned one of the longest-lived, family-owned businesses in Andes, until it was sold recently.


Volunteers needed to assist hospital

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To The Editor:


Priest, vandalism and backwards hamlets

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To The Editor:


Get a grant, sit back and be happy

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To The Editor:
To those of us that are out of work and looking for employment, here is an idea, get a grant from the O’Connor Foundation or any of the grants that are around and build an office complex, and then rent it out and sit back fat and happy.


Support the Middletown Comprehensive Plan

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To The Editor:


As election nears learn about Sager

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To The Editor:
Elections are about choice and information. The November 2 election is just weeks away, yet most folks I speak with seem unaware of one of those choices.


Applaud, applaud backwards Andes

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To The Editor:
I am writing again today to express my near uncontainable admiration and enthusiasm for the Andes town administrators who have done such a wonderful job keeping Andes from joining the 21st Century.


Act of vandalism made us sad

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To The Editor:
As native Californians, after retirement, my husband and I chose to move to someplace without earthquakes, forest fires and traffic jams.  We were looking for a place with a quieter pace of life and a community with traditional values.  In our dreams we were looking for a place somewhere between Mayberry and Lake Wobegon.  


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