October 21, 2015 RSS feed / Mailbag

Keep the good things happening

To The Editor:  Having lived in Andes all of my life and growing up with a father (Albertus Marshall) who loved this town and served our community proudly on the Andes Town Council, I feel it is important that we look at a few things before we d More...

Prepare for the anchor business

To The Editor:  The local economy is always our greatest concern. It determines our quality of life. A healthy economy requires an anchor industry. More...

It's difficult to make choices

To The Editor,  As a full-time Andes resident and voter, I am finding it difficult to make informed choices this year in the Andes town elections.  More...

Wood fire issues

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Family Court experience matters

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Clearing the record

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Bud is steady and responsible

To The Editor:  Andes politics has generally been civil and productive.  More...

Marge Miller has the vision for the job

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Former opponent questions judge

To The Editor:  For more than 40 years I practiced in Delaware County Family Court as an attorney and then as the judge.  Attorney Gary Rosa does not regularly represent clients in Family Court. More...

“Bud” Gladstone endorsement

To The Editor:  I am writing in support of Bud Gladstone as a candidate for Andes Town Supervisor.  More...

We need political tolerance

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Lauren Davis has been detrimental

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Patrick Davis is the right leader

To The Editor:  I have always been reluctant to speak out to the news media, but I feel the time has come to step forward. In 2000, when I took over as supervisor of the Town of Middletown, John Mathiesen was the CEO. More...

Campaign slogan raises questions

To The Editor:  If the election for Family Court Judge was determined by the number of signs along our local highways, the votes for Porter Kirkwood and Gary Rosa are close to even.  More...

Hang together or hang separately

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Over the top reply

To The Editor:  Hatred misleads and distorts and makes us all ugly.  More...

Says responsibility is compromised

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He's a family-centered man

To The Editor:  I do not need to write a wordy editorial to convey my belief that Porter Kirkwood is the only candidate that qualifies to hold the position of Family Court Judge. More...

Porter Kirkwood “walks the walk”

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Penny wise, pound foolish

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The difference is experience

To The Editor:  Both candidates for Family Court Judge have said they want to serve the families of Delaware County, but only Porter Kirkwood has been doing so in Family Court for the last 19 years.  More...

We get what we deserve

To The Editor:  A call to arms. There are only 13 days until the election. What we have been seeing is a microcosm of citizens united in action locally. The signs, the ads, the slanted message, all helped by monetary infusion locally. More...

Clearing the record

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Is change worth the risk?

To The Editor:  I have been involved in our town’s government for more than 20 years, serving in both appointed and elected positions.  I recognize there are differences of policy or positions.  However, if out town has a record More...

Frustration led to tense exchange

To The Editor:  I made an error in judgment at last week’s Middletown Town Board meeting in the manner in which I presented an issue for discussion. My mistake escalated into a heated argument that I regret.  More...

Thrown “under the bus”

To The Editor:  Last week’s editorial, which began as a statement asserting non-political views, ended up being a very political diatribe, literally throwing Ms. Miller, the Town of Middletown Supervisor “under the bus.”  More...

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