It’s a shame when a single mom has to replace vandalized tires
It is a shame when a single mom who is a full-time student and part-time CNA has to spend over $500 on a full set of new tires.
Not because they were worn and unsafe. Two of the tires still had 70 percent of the tread on them.
This mom is struggling to have the time and money to do everything that is needed day to day. To wake and get ready to go to work only to find that not only do you have a flat tire, you have four.
Positive attitude coming back after high school program
I moved to this city last July 1 with a very positive attitude about retirement and the future. I originally thought I would be writing various upbeat letters to the editor, but alas everything I have seen and read appears to be negative.
City Council members stabbing each other in the back. The Marine Life Protection Act (these have to be Bay Area people) comes in and threatens to ruin many people’s livelihood. The Department of Fish and Game puts new laws in effect (just who were these people whose input they listened to?)
Let the off-roaders have a little bit of beach at Kellogg
Combining horses and ATVs is a dangerous situation. I understand both sides of this dilemma.
I have been riding ATVs and dirt bikes for three years now, and since I moved to Brookings the only place to ride on the sand would be up in Coos Bay, two hours away.
City wrong to fight ballot initiative
The Daily Triplicate recently published an editorial (“Rate rollback
ignores reality,” Feb. 6) opposing an initiative to roll back sewer
rates. Since your editorial singles me out, my personal response to
your editorial is required.
You protest the initiative as “defying reality.” If so, the “reality”
the initiative defies is the belief that our local government can do
whatever it wants, build anything it wants and pass the costs of
misspending onto the taxpayers. The initiative you protest says
“enough” to the reality you promote.
Community concert association apologizes for cancellation
The Del Norte-Curry Community Concert Association regrets the sudden cancellation of the concert featuring Daniel Rodriguez on Saturday night due to his illness.
We are sorry for any inconvenience of your plans and hope that we were able to reach most all of our members as well as the community in general in time to halt your travel.
KPOD may not be good for non-thinking individuals
KPOD, good going! Having a talk radio show that has substance and thought-provoking issues is a boon to the area.
It may not, however, be good for non-thinking individuals.
I’m also saying farewell to KPOD until I no longer hear ‘hate radio’
I am writing in reference to Sue Anderson’s Feb. 10 letter, “Goodbye, KPOD: New far-right format has made me turn the radio dial.”
Like Sue, I listen to KPOD regularly, although I seldom listen at noon. After reading Sue’s letter, I decided I would listen to Mike Huckabee from noon to 12:30 p.m.
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