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Letters (June 11, 2014)

Letters (June 11, 2014)

I have some news for John Sackowicz, Ukiah's self-anointed "people's tribune" and windbag-about-town, as well as for the misguided former members of Sgt. Bowe Berghdahl's unit should they happen across…

Letters (June 4, 2014)

Regarding the frost fan controversy, I’m curious about the decision-making process local grape growers used that produced giant, community-disrupting noise machines? For example, did they do any research at all…

Letters (May 28, 2014)

As a Mendocino employee I would say your reporting on the contract negotiation snafu has been pretty accurate during the last few years. SEIU clearly staked out an adversarial position,…

Letters (May 21, 2014)

According to Phil Frisbee, as reported in the Willits News, Caltrans plans to dig up 100,000 cubic yards of soil from the south end of Willits and dump it on…

Letters (May 14, 2014)

My name is Wendy Read and I am the one who organized the community meeting last Wednesday to address the use of the nocturnal frost monsters now employed by some…

Problems at the Anderson Valley Health Center

My name is Eric Arbanovella. My wife Cindy works as a Nurse Practitioner at the Anderson Valley Health Center (AVHC). I am a stay-at-home dad and a volunteer driver with…

Letters (May 7, 2014)

As I slumber high atop my ridge in the blissfully warm early spring morning, doors and windows open to allow the outside in, I am awakened by an all too…

Letters (Apr 30, 2014)

Recently, after 39 years of coaching basketball at Ukiah High, the coach was, in my opinion, let go because players and their parents spoke to the principal. This is usually…

Letters (Apr 23, 2014)

We are writing on behalf of three women, a mother and her two young adult daughters, to express our concerns about your deputies' mishandling of an attempted break-in in Point…

Letters (Apr 16, 2014)

Anderson Valley Winegrowers Association, neighborhood bullies indeed. I always thought “white noise” was listening to Rush Limbaugh or Bill O'Reilly.…

Letters (Apr 9, 2014)

It is terribly disappointing the way the trees have been butchered on the East side of Signal Ridge where it runs into Philo-Greenwood! Five or ten years ago the little…