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Posts published in “Letters to the Editor”

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....

Letters (November 4, 2021)

The army of PG&E subcontractors currently in the Valley are aggressively evaluating the risk to PG&E power lines, poles AND guide wires from nearby trees...

Letters (October 28, 2021)

It seems like Election Day has become the most important day of the year with the partisan atmosphere we live in. Why not make it a federal holiday so people can vote in person...

Letters (October 21, 2021)

You took an interest in my case in the beginning after I shot my abusive son and his partner. That is now going to trial...

Letters (October 14, 2021)

Are Hip Camps the new equivalent of illegal cannabis cultivation sites? Will one of these camps be the source of a fire that devastates our County...

Letters (October 7, 2021)

I wanted to reach out regarding the Ukiah Valley Fire Protection District’s annexation proposal coming before your board, and to share my concerns regarding this proposal...

Letters (September 30, 2021)

I wish all these anti-vaxers a night like I had in a COVID ward. I was fortunate enough to have a doctor figure out with a CT scan and three negative tests that I didn't have a breakthrough case, “just” pneumonia...

Letters (September 23, 2021)

We would like to bring attention to some private citizens who, on their own, at their own expense, filled their water trucks and rushed to the aid of the residents in the “Hopkins” fire on Sept. 12...

Letters (September 16, 2021)

The drought has everyone concerned and rightly so. Rather than huddle in fear and doom scroll though the crisis, let’s view it as an opportunity...

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