Letters (January 22, 2020)

I was struck by a common thread in some recent local news, which helps illuminate the very sorry state of healthcare racketeering we have going on in this country…

Letters (January 15, 2020)

[Kate Haug] Our nation has more than 550,000 homeless people. Of them, 130,000, or 23%, live in California. If the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is forcing California to carry the burden…

Letters (January 1, 2020)

[Tom Glynn] If we really wanted to end the homeless situation, we’d approve homeless encampments close to the most affluent and expensive parts of the county.…

Letters (December 25, 2019)

The burning of the multiplex in downtown Boonville has led many to discuss their own experiences dealing with the landlord who owned the buildings…

Letters (December 18, 2019)

[Jerry Philbrick] What is happening to Mendocino county's tax dollars? Our roads are in very bad shape. The Supervisors gave themselves a $20,000 a year raise but they can't put any money in the infrastructure?…

Letters (December 11, 2019)

[Chuck Dunbar] On Friday, a windy, rainy day, I took a sports car drive in my 13 year old Nissan 350Z down the coast and over to 101 in Marin County, then back through Boonville to my home in Fort Bragg…

Letters (December 4, 2019)

[Sonya Nesch] Why would you spend Measure B money to build a money-losing Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU)? As the Kemper Report tells you, CSUs lose money in Napa County and Nevada County, and the one in Sonoma County has lost millions…

Letters (November 27, 2019)

[Michael Stocker] Now that most of the smoke has settled and the power has returned to our neighborhoods, it is probably a good time to look at what went wrong. Of course I am referring to the Pacific Gas and Electric…

Letters (November 20, 2019)

[Robert MacDougall] In my 35 years of working at MacNabs I’ve heard silly, dumb, and stupid ideas. Silly was the time when they wanted to take the block across from the courthouse…

Letters (November 13, 2019)

[Carla Sarvis] I am outraged and exhausted by the completely unacceptable actions of PG&E as a public utility. This isn’t going to be our “new normal.” The company has been responsible for people dying, entire neighborhoods destroyed and hundreds of thousands evacuated from their homes by ongoing reckless operation of its power equipment and power line failures.…

Letters (November 6, 2019)

[Jim Maney] PG&E is claiming it may require 10 years to fix its system so the public safety power shutoffs can come to an end. It is more than inconvenient…

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