Letters to the Editor

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    It's a brave new — dry — world

    The drought has surpassed alarming levels and is becoming eerily reminiscent of desolate scenes from the 1979 dystopian movie, "Mad Max."

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    Soria cares for the Tower

    It's been a long time since I've been so enthusiastic about a candidate like Esmeralda Soria. On a recent hot summer day, Ms. Soria was walking my neighborhood and knocked on my door. She was very interested in listening to my ideas about the future of the heart of Fresno. The Tower District has...

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    Fresno Unified water wasters

    I would like to thank Fresno Unified School District for flooding the gutter with thousands of gallons of fresh water each morning. It is always a joy to see a river of water flowing down our street heading to the storm drain.

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    New wing man in heaven

    The recent service for Eli Setencich was a very much appreciated edition of how a full life is lived. Heartfelt gratitude to the colleagues, friends and admirers who took part in it.

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    Those 'stupid' PG&E ads

    PG&E: please stop, you won again!

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    Take care of military

    How do I adopt a platoon? My family has been filling boxes for servicemen for more than 40 years now. Our servicemen do more for our country than the president does. Then they are treated badly when they get back home. We need to do more for them: housing, jobs, friendships. Be thankful and caring...

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    Stop using fossil fuels

    The article in The Bee quoting a United Nations report on emissions (story Aug. 27) is right on. There are many naysayers who would have us all believe that we can't make a difference and that these reports are bogus. I wish those folks were right. The truth is, we can have a negative or positive...

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    Growing almonds is nuts

    The Valley air at this time of year is full of dust particles from the harvesting of almonds due to the harvesting method. This dust carries the spores that causes Valley Fever, which is deadly. The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District has not addressed this problem but is more concerned...

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    Ice challenge wastes water

    Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't ice made of water? Are we not in a drought? Won't the water police fine us up to $500 and/or turn off our water for watering our grass on the wrong day? Did we not pass a new law where we cannot even water down our own driveway?

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    Supervisors veer off course

    The Fresno County Board of Supervisors is sailing in the wrong direction again. The supervisors refused to talk about the fiscal impact to the county, which was on the agenda, that is likely to result in many departments suffering, because of illegally cutting the pay of, literally, thousands of...

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