Fast-food restaurants have no business asking for your name
I see that some of the fast-food places have now decided to use a little polite blackmail to collect personal names to claim your order.
State Law SB262 (the paparazzi act) specifically forbids such actions. The courts have ruled that, on a cash transaction, no personal information shall be extracted, since coin-of-the realm (money) is all that is necessary.
Oh well, I guess there is still no law north of the Klamath
Strong team of caring physicians at work at Sutter Coast Hosptial
The opinion is nothing more then personal perspective of a situation at hand.
With that in mind, I would like to take a moment of time to express my “opinion” of the recent acrimonious remarks about Sutter Coast Hospital and the physicians at hand (“Sutter Coast mistreatment spurs practice to move to Brookings,”‚ÄąJim Morrow, June 21).
I have spent many years working in different areas of the hospital, all clinical, so I have had an up close and personal view of most all of the staff at Sutter and feel as a small community we have been very lucky to have gained a strong team of caring physicians. As a clinical member of the health-care family, my part is small but crucial in evaluating a patient’s health.
So while working in the background I have seen some amazing situations; for example, I have seen a doctor pray with a patient at the patient’s request. I have seen doctors hold their patient’s hand and cry with them; I have stood on the sidelines of traumas watching our own emergency room physicians preparing for what’s about to come rushing through their doors, always on guard and ready to take action.
These physicians are the leaders in our health-care family guiding us to the well being of our patients. So as I said before, this is just my personal perspective of what I see every day.
Did not see alleged rude behavior at recent City Council meeting
Regarding Patricia Slert’s letter (“Regardless of views, there’s no reason to be abusive at meeting,” June 15), apparently she was not at the same meeting I was at.
I’m new to this area and just started working here in Crescent City. At the City Council meeting of June 6, no one there was rude or disrespectful to anyone on the council or to any one in the audience. What the people were asking was for the council to listen to them, which is something they have not done for several years
The only one that spoke out of turn answered a question that was asked directly of him. So please, City Council, start listening to the people.