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Letters to the Editor, Sept. 17, 2015

Murray’s knowledge, experience would be great as supervisor

I am pleased Kathryn Murray is running for election to the (Del Norte County) Board of Supervisors. Her life and work experience — and her many services as a City Council member — make her an ideal candidate. Kathryn is knowledgeable about both city and county issues having served on numerous committees and boards with her colleagues on the Board of Supervisors.

Kathryn has also successfully advocated Del Norte County’s needs at the state level, recently serving as president of the Redwood Empire division of the League Of California Cities. She has built a good working relationship with our two newly elected state representatives, Assemblyman Jim Wood and Sen. Mike McGuire, keeping them aware of the particular needs of Del Norte County.


Letters to the Editor, Sept. 15, 2015

Smith River Post Office needs better markings

I’d like to thank Northcrest Towing for their timely assistance in getting my van from a shallow ditch in Smith River on Sept. 9 around 8 p.m. 


Letters to the Editor, Sept. 12, 2015

Sutter Coast’s strategy is great threat to health, future

Thank you for reprinting Chuck Blackburn’s Coastal Voices, “Yes We Can.” Outstanding letter to the editor with which I agree with every word. 


Letters to the Editor, Sept. 10, 2015

Holley, Gastineau demonize Gitlin for standing up to them

A well written review. McClure and Finigan should be ashamed of holding the potentially resourceful and beautiful Crescent City in hostage.

Donna Jean, Crescent City


Letters to the Editor, Sept. 8, 2015

Duplication vs. innovation

With the announcement that there is a new pharmacy coming to town by next year, we’ll then have at least five outlets in town filling prescriptions and providing all that free-standing and big-box pharmacies provide; four of which will be just a few blocks apart.

Will all five survive the competition or will we end up with another empty storefront? Is it better to keep duplicating what we already have vs. attracting new, innovative start-ups to fill essential and unmet needs?


Letters to the Editor, Sept. 5, 2015

Holley, Gastineau demonize Gitlin for standing up to them

I’ve been following the latest Del Norte County drama including the Solid Waste Board lynching of Supervisor Roger Gitlin after the Grand Jury report was released. 

I was trying to get a handle on Elizabeth Henry, who led her horde into the Flynn Center to lobby for Gitlin’s lynching. What a bunch of kooks.

The chairman of solid waste, Rick Holley was pathetic. He claims he was intimidated by Gitlin’s email which asked to delay any discussion about him until he returned from his vacation. Holley refused. Gitlin let him have it in an honest, healthy manner, which Holley considered intimidating. Scary. 


Letters to the Editor, Sept. 3, 2015

Rock Creek residents are thankful for support

The People who live in Rock Creek on the South Fork of the Smith River would like to say thank you to hundreds of people.

To: The fire fighting team for keeping the heat on the other side of the river. When the fire kept coming closer the fire fighting team kept their ground allowing the residence of Rock Creek to keep their homes. A special thanks to the aviation team. Watching their large four-engine aircraft swoop down in this narrow canyon was impressive. And to the helicopter pilots who flew through the smoke and flames to drop the water on target.

To: The Del Norte County Search and Rescue for making a house to house visit and explaining to us we needed to get ready to move on short notice.


Letters to the Editor, Sept. 1, 2015

Great coverage for local triathlon

Commendations to Michael Zogg for his awesome articles on local sports events.

Recently he has written at least three thorough articles on triathlons. In all three cases, our little Crescent City Triathlon group has given him some details and websites and he has done an outstanding job of researching the races. He pulls up pertinent facts and adds the local athletes’ anecdotes, turning it into a cohesive and flowing article. His turn of phrase is excellent.


Letters to the Editor, Aug. 29, 2015

Seemless Summer Food Program a big success

I am writing to thank all the individuals and organizations who worked together to provide meals to children and youth in our community this summer.

This spring, the Community Food Council for Del Norte County and the Adjacent Tribal Lands teamed up with the Del Norte Schools Nutrition Services Department to expand the Seamless Summer Food Program — and it worked. Over 15,000 free meals were served to children and youth throughout Del Norte County this summer, compared to just under 3,500 meals in 2014.


Letters to the Editor, Aug. 27, 2015

Convincing scam calls increasing

On Thursday, my wife received a phone call supposedly from a distant granddaughter, crying that she was in jail in Oregon and needed $3,000 to get released until her trial date. A male then came on the line, introduced himself as police Capt. John Adams, badge number 82218 and phone number 800-488-0540 and said he believed the girl was innocent and the money would be returned.

It was a scam. The phone number is fictitious, the man is a scammer. The local sheriff’s office confirmed the occurrences of this scam have increased dramatically over the last few months.


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