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Letters to the Editor for Aug. 28, 2009


Letters to the Editor for Aug. 26, 2009


Letters to the Editor for Aug. 24, 2009


Farmers Market open to all

To the editor:

In regards to Iva Mace’s letter to the editor concerning the farmers market: We have talked with vendors and customers as to possible reasons why the market is slow this year; the recession, more people growing their own food and people who participate in food assistance programs not knowing that we accept their cards.

The Board is proud of all our vendors and appreciates our many customers. We have two markets a week to better serve our customers; not everyone can make it on a Saturday and many people go out of town on the weekend. ANYONE who wants to be a vendor of produce and/or crafts can go to the manager’s table and pick up an application.


Letters to the Editor for Aug. 21, 2009


Councilor stands by recall effort

To the editor:

On June 9, City Manager Steve Brocato enjoyed the respect and commitment of his co-workers in city government. The city was running well. He was highly regarded by his peers elsewhere in Oregon. 

Some three weeks earlier, after an “evaluation,” six of seven councilors indicated that he should be retained. At the council meeting on the evening of June 9, “Councilor Comments,” traditionally the last item on the agenda, was placed ahead of other business and within minutes Mr. Brocato was fired by a 4 to 3 vote.


Letters to the editor for Aug. 19, 2009


Herald doesn’t

go far enough

To the editor:

I must question your misplaced concern after reading your recent editorial “Councilors go too far on recall.” I’m not a Steve Brocato supporter. I can’t be. I’ve only met him twice for a few seconds. This isn’t about Steve Brocato. It’s about transparency, accountability, and honesty. Four of our city councilors fired the city’s top employee. They offered no coherent reasoning, except councilor Bonebrake. Why isn’t the Herald asking more questions? We’ve read one editorial. Good. Where’s the follow-up? Where are the one-on-one interviews? Councilor Bonebrake: What


Letters to the Editor for Aug. 14, 2009


Letters to the Editor for Aug. 10, 2009


Letters to the Editor for Aug. 7, 2009


Letters to the Editor for Aug. 5, 2009


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