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Posts published in “Letters to the Editor”

Letters (May 12, 2022)

Last week’s decision by the Mendocino County Superior Court to allow the City of Fort Bragg’s case against Mendocino Railway to move forward is a significant step forward…

Letters (May 5, 2022)

I was an English teacher in Anderson Valley with over twenty years’ experience when Michelle Hutchins became the principal of my high school…

Letters (April 28, 2022)

I wish to weigh in with my thoughts on the upcoming 5th District Supervisor’s race. I will do this in part by reflecting back to my 2018 experience before my stroke took me out of the running…

Letters (April 21, 2022)

The failure of UC medical clinics to accept Medi-Cal patients is abhorrent. It is true that Medi-Cal pays pennies on the dollar of cost…

Letters (April 14, 2022)

The Mendocino Coast Health Care District exists so that members of the public can have a say in the future of health care on the coast. However, there appears to be an effort underway to dissolve the district…

Letters (April 7, 2022)

The Eel River’s embattled salmon and steelhead may have no better enemy than Guinness McFadden. In his recent letter to the Editor, the Potter Valley wine grape grower kicks up a fuss…

Letters (March 31, 2022)

On 16 February, 2022 Congressman Jared Huffman wrote a letter to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Chairman Glick urging that the process of decommissioning the Potter Valley Project, which would in his view, include razing Scott Dam which forms Lake Pillsbury, proceed expeditiously.…

Letters (March 24, 2022)

Water, a precious commodity, is already being rationed to people who live, work and play in northern Sonoma County. They are on the west side of the river, in Cloverdale…

Letters (March 17, 2022)

The Anderson Valley School Board has placed a school renovation bond, Measure M, on the June 7 ballot. The elementary school, built in 1948 and the High School, built in 1957, have served generations of kids…

Letters (March 10, 2022)

Today, March 4, 2022, Mendocino County Public Health is lifting the universal indoor mask mandate…

Letters (March 3, 2022)

I think one of the best things that could happen to beautify Boonville, would be to plant lots of Redwood trees along 128 to [eventually] hide the hideous CalTrans yard.…

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