Category archives for: Letters to the Editor

Letters to the editor: April 10, 2014

I’m convinced that the opinions of a few are not representative of how the community at large views the work of Dr.Collins or the school district.

Letters to the editor for April 3, 2014

Why is so difficult for Rancho Bernardo to have a good maintenance on its streets?

Letters for March 27, 2014

Columnist Dick Lyles (March 20) strikes me as a guy who just needs to get outside and do some hiking and quiet observation of wildlife.

Letters to the editor for March 20, 2014

‘The real issue is that the ACA has failed in virtually every possible measurement of goals.’

Letters to the editor – Issue of March 13, 2014

I was pleased to read the article in the March 6 paper about Poway High School volleyball coach Charlie Jackson. Although the article conveyed Coach Jackson’s winning history and his passion toward volleyball, it did not fully convey the amazing heart that he has toward his players.

Letters to the editor – Issue of March 6, 2014

It took years for the City of San Diego to post signs along Rancho Bernardo Road banning the sale of cars. Now, another problem is beginning: Commercial vehicles advertising their wares are being parked on this same stretch of road.

Letters to the editor – Issue of Feb. 27, 2014

I am old enough to remember when Jackie Robinson was signed to be the first African-American in baseball in what was then an all-white league. Many of those earlier comments are similar to some of those today regarding college football player Michael Sam: “It would cause issues in the locker room” or “What about the showers?”

Letters to the editor: Issue of Feb. 20, 2014

It should surely be obvious by now that we need to reduce our pollution of the planet if our children are to inherit a world worth inhabiting. Reduction of waste is an obvious place to start, and it is hard to argue that single-use plastic bags are anything other than wasteful.

Letters to the editor: Issue of Feb. 6, 2014

Carl DeMaio (“Fix Congress First,” Jan. 30) is again taking the path of style over substance, the fall back position of politicians without any real plans. It is nothing more that legislative junk food.

Letters to the editor: Issue of Jan. 23, 2014

Regarding Larry Hennessee’s Jan. 9 letter: My dictionary defines tirade as “a long, vehement speech” so technically my Jan. 2 letter was not a tirade, but if it was, so is his, especially against President Obama.