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Letters to the Editor

City should do something about RVs

Re: “Stiffer RV parking rules needed in Cooper’s Crossing” Dear Editor, I completely agree that the City of Airdrie needs to re-evaluate the residential regulations related to restricting storage of RVs on driveways for extended periods of time.

School board an exciting opportunity

Are you passionate about public education? Do you want to do meaningful work as a community leader? If so, you should consider running for public school board trustee this fall.

Mayor McCracken is the men to get the job done

Re: “It’s time for Crossfield mayor to go,” LTE Aug. 31 Dear editor, I will agree that Mayor McCracken does not always follow procedure when it comes to the formality of the Town council, but to be honest it is that attitude that gets things done.

It's no wonder no one runs for public office anymore

Re: “It’s time for Crossfield mayor to go,” LTE Aug. 31 Dear editor, After reading the letter from Cheryl Todd Shergold I wonder why anyone runs for public office anymore.

Rocky View needs a new council

Dear editor, We only have a little more than a month to collectively decide the future of the County. Our options are essentially simple.

Stiffer RV parking rules needed in Cooper's Crossing

Re: “Westmark Holdings offers estate homes in Cooper’s Crossing,” Aug. 27 Dear editor, Congratulations to Westmark Holdings Ltd.

The Alberta government should not be subsidizing ethanol

The Alberta government should not be subsidizing ethanol Dear editor, The Alberta government has spent tens of millions of taxpayer’s dollars subsidizing bio-mass ethanol plant projects.

MMA is no more dangerous than boxing

Re: “Mixed Martial Arts dilemma: Should the sport be banned in Canada?” Aug. 24 Dear editor, I was glad to read your article about the controversy about MMA. I think more people need to become educated about this fast-growing sport.

Crossfield mayor responds to criticism

Re: “It’s time for Crossfield mayor to go,” LTE Aug. 31 Dear editor, Thank you for your willingness to print Ms. Shergold’s charming sequence of commentary on the community of Crossfield.

Many thanks to those who helped during a difficult time

Dear editor, Sometimes the word “thanks” doesn’t sound sufficient. The events of the last week have left me many people to thank. First and foremost is to Jacquelyne, a total stranger, who selflessly aided me from a potential tragedy.