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Letters to the Editor

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Dear Editor:

Prior to my retirement, I was employed in the construction field for nearly 40 years, building roads, bridges, water lines, and the like. Twenty six years was with PennDot as an inspector, supervisor and manager. Some of the projects I was involved with were The St. Clair Bypass, Deer Lake South in Moilino, 22 Renew in Allentown, Leiby's intersection and many, many more.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Dear Editor:

I am proud alumna of the Tamaqua Area School District. Both of my parents and the majority of my aunts, uncles, cousins and nephew graduated from, attended, or are currently attending, TAHS. We served as members of athletic teams, student council members, National Honor Society members, and members of countless other academic and extracurricular activities. My primary area of involvement was the award-winning music and theater program.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Dear Editor:

At the July 22, 2009 Nesquehoning council meeting an announcement to dismiss Officer Nick Saulo surprised the public in attendance. Officer Saulo was an ex-Marine and was thought highly of by the community. A roll-call vote was taken on the dismissal of the officer. Michael Sniscak Jr., Frank DiMiceli, Richard Zabroski, and Don DeMarco voted yes. Rose Walck voted no. Mark Stromelo and David Hawk were absent. The dismissal occurred one day before Officer Saulo would have completed his probationary period.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

From: The Federalist Papers, No. 78, by Alexander Hamilton

Saturday, April 28, 2012

While all of Pennsylvania continues to rebound from tough economic times, my colleagues and I have been faced with hard decisions geared toward reaching one goal: Practicing fiscal responsibility with our taxpayers' dollars to lower the state's debt. As a legislative body, we often ask state-funded agencies and school districts to do more work with less money and staff as we attempt to determine the best use of taxpayer dollars.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Dear Editor:

He looked down, kissing the face that was loving and kind.

Come on let's go for that walk.

Opening the door, looking out it was a perfect day. The kind he loved, warm, sunny, bright and in the morning. Hope the rest of the day is just like this. The weather is great.

How he hated the winter. It was long, cold and dark. It always reminded him of his brother. How he missed him. It was too lonely, all that time of the year. Well at least now he had a companion and the time went quicker and nicer.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Dear Editor:

I am writing this letter to educate the people of Lehighton and surrounding communities on domestic violence.

On Monday morning a hard working woman was brutely attacked by her ex-boyfriend in her home. He broke into her home and attacked her only weeks after appling for PFA at the courthouse.

She was told that she would have to attend a hearing to get the PFA. In the meantime this man was able to contact her place of employment and try to have her fired, and also was able to contact Children and Youth and have her investigated.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Dear Editor:

While I was watching T.V. and all the negative ads, a thought came to me. What if all negative ads were banned. Will all political races end or will those running tell us why we should vote for them? It would be really different.

Also it would really be nice if Congress and the President got along. This has been on of the worst four years of administration I can remember with a do nothing congress that only does things when its election time. Don't you think this country deserves better then what we've gotten?

Saturday, April 21, 2012

The Founding Fathers who wrote the founding documents of both the States and the United States of America knew nothing of "case law."

They were well-educated men and were learned in the law. Almost all were also devout Christians. Until after the War Between the States and the unconstitutional so called 14th Amendment, State Supreme Courts provided the final decisions and opinions in most cases.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Dear Editor:

A good nature walk is all that ya need to take, when problems, bills and tribulations exceed.

To get up and out to the trails indeed, is all the mind really needed to be set freed.

With your eyes open wide and suddenly your head clears.

Out of the house, off the couch and out the door to shut off our tears.

For the moment. just a minute or even an hour, suddenly your life's not so sour.

Frigid or warm, neither sunshine, nor storm, sleet or rain.

It doesn't matter, away goes the pain.