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Posts published in “Letters to the Editor”

Letters (January 20, 2022)

Many of us early adopters to solar panels put our savings into installing solar panels. We did so for both ecological reasons and because we wanted to stimulate the solar industry....

Letters (January 13, 2022)

PG&E and the CPUC want to make rooftop solar unaffordable by charging new solar users fees averaging $684 per year and slashing the solar credit by 80%....

Letters (January 6, 2022)

Whether you believe the Skunks will do great things in our town or you believe they are just con men feeding us their own brand of green-wash...

Letters (December 30, 2021)

Just got a video from a younger family member of their extravaganza church Christmas program. Floods of singers and dancers next to one an another without any masks for over half an hour....

Letters (December 23, 2021)

The Board of Supervisors is poised to approve a huge pay increase for County Counsel, fixing his base salary at $192,436....

Letters (December 16, 2021)

One of the memories of Christmas time from my childhood that the holidays always bring to mind is the year my Dad overdosed on Vicodin while driving my sister and I somewhere on Christmas Eve....

Letters (December 9, 2021)

Scott Dam and Lake Pillsbury, Cape Horn Dam and Van Arsdale Reservoir are past their expiration dates and are major financial and safety liabilities....

Letters (December 2, 2021)

Our roadways, creeks and streams are overwhelmed with garbage. The sources are many, but illegal dumping of garbage, appliances and tires makes up the bulk of what I drive by and see every day....

Letters (November 25, 2021)

I am writing in the hopes of catching the attention of the Public Health Department or maybe just some of the general public who could then inform them that inmates here at the Mendocino County Jail are once again waiting on Covid vaccines....

Letters (November 18, 2021)

We need the Jackson Demonstration State Forest (JDSF) mission now, more than ever. CalFire has made serious mistakes, but they are still the best suited to manage JDSF....

Letters (November 11, 2021)

A Press Democrat article (Oct. 26) aptly described the multiple issues facing the Potter Valley Project, but I was taken aback by Rep. Jared Huffman’s statement that decommissioning may be a faster and easier way to deal with the project....

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