Letters: week of Nov. 15

Ethics professor was unethical in her response to column opposing fluoridation Sir: In her Oct. 25 letter, “Guest column was false and harmful to public health,” Assistant Professor Juliet Guichon misrepresented, mischaracterized and maligned the science-based Fluoride Action Network (FAN). Now in its 18th year, FAN is the largest non-profit in the U.S. broadening awareness… Read more »

Week of November 8

Let’s ban pot and tobacco smoking in all of our public parks Sir: Regarding Cathy Dobson’s article of Oct. 25, “Police Chief irked by public pot smoking.” Now that weed is a legal, recreational, consumable entity, let’s take a hard hard at prohibiting the smoking of ANYTHING in our parks. I would suspect people who… Read more »

Letters: week of Nov. 1

Bradley’s re-election proof our standards have fallen Sir: When 51% of Sarnians didn’t bother to vote, the expected happened for the morally decent in our city. The overwhelming union steamroller, assisted by some of the older generation (who could not believe or accept the real reasons for the problems at City Hall), took the day,… Read more »

Letters: week of Oct. 25

Please, council, put more money into parks Sir: As we say goodbye to our past city council I would like to say thank you to them for their dedication and commitment in enhancing our community. They have made Centennial Park a showpiece in promoting tourism. Yes, it cost a lot of money, but look at the… Read more »