Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor – Aug. 25, 2017

Posted: August 25th, 2017 | Featured, Letters to the editor, Opinion | 1 Comment

Tribulations for pedestrians, too

Re: Letters: Pedestrian traffic tribulation [Volume 7, Issue 7 or]

The people of La Mesa do walk on our streets as individuals, twosomes, threesomes, joggers, individuals with dogs, parents pushing strollers, and so forth. And yes, they are hazarding themselves and vehicles by walking in roadways.

Letters to the editor – April 28, 2017

Posted: April 28th, 2017 | Featured, Letters to the editor, Opinion | No Comments

Keeping residents uninformed The Strategic Planning Workshop (this year held on March 23) is arguably the City Council’s most important public meeting of the year. Police, Fire and city employees are always well represented, but few residents are in attendance. The city does little to promote civic engagement. If anything, it actively discourages community involvement […]

Letters to the editor – Oct. 28, 2016

Posted: October 28th, 2016 | Featured, Letters to the editor, Opinion | 1 Comment

Poor choice of words Re: “Hometown hero deserves recognition” [Vol. 6, Issue 9] Clarke Stillwagen’s article “Hometown hero deserves recognition” reminded me of Donald Trump shaking his hands while mimicking a handicapped reporter. In the article devoted to local resident John Bryant, Mr. Stillwagen wrote that he “…initially thought of John as one of the mentally-challenged crazies that dot the […]