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Posts published in “Letters to the Editor”

Letters (January 26, 2023)

It's way past time, to open up the doors of the Ukiah Dog Shelter again, to the community, to the people it belongs to. Closed, by appt only? So dogs can get plenty of sleep?…

Letters (January 19, 2023)

We've never met, and I'm sure you've heard some unpleasant -- and untrue -- things about me, but that past history is irrelevant…

Letters (January 12, 2023)

I’m writing to definitively lay to rest any ugly and incredibly misguided rumors that I am attempting to start a cult here in our beloved valley…

Letters (January 5, 2023)

I have watched Fort Bragg over the past 40 years suffering through the seemingly eternal cycles of new leadership but the same old failures to mitigate the downward economic cycle…

Letters (December 29, 2022)

Leaving a restaurant in Railroad Square recently, a young man approached two couples near us and screamed obscenities at them. He punched one of the men, then went after…

Letters (December 22, 2022)

What I learned from the reporting of last Wednesday’s Ukiah city council meeting is that councilmember/mayor Jim Brown is a class act, even as he leaves his office…

Letters (December 15, 2022)

In June 2020 just after Covid started I was contacted by Robert Pinoli, President of Mendocino Railways also known as the Skunk Train, who offered me $450,000 to $500,000 for my property in Willits…

Letters (December 8, 2022)

A hundred years ago a person in San Francisco could take the ferry to Tiburon, get on the train and later that same day be on the Eel River as a guest in a tourist hotel…

Letters (December 1, 2022)

Albion’s Tom Wodetzki recently got a big surprise: He was honored by the Mendocino Land Trust for his 11 years of monthly volunteering at the Navarro Point Preserve…

Letters (November 24, 2022)

The Mendocino County water agency was dissolved not just as a cost-cutting measure. The Supervisors did not like what they were hearing from hydrologist(s)…

Letters (November 17, 2022)

Mendocino County is in the midst of a severe staffing crisis that is leaving residents in a lurch. Consider the following vacancy rates…

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