Commonwealth Journal

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Letters
  • ‘Something Doesn’t Smell Right’

    Dear Editor:
    Finally, Congress and the administration have agreed on a compromise to save our credit rating from being downgraded for the first time in history, but wait ... it happened anyway and now we find the S&P is being investigated.

    September 1, 2011

  • Electric Bill Shocker

    Dear Editor:
    When the Southeastern Water Company raised their rates people complained, but when South Kentucky RECC put in the new electric meters and their rates skyrocketed, nothing has been said.

    September 1, 2011

  • Thanks for making the ‘11 Correll Bowl a success

    Dear Editor:
    I would like to thank so many people who made this year’s “Correll Bowl” a huge success. This year’s crowd was the largest audience to witness a football game in the history of Clark Field.

    August 30, 2011

  • Nuisance Law is Ambiguous

    Dear Editor,
    We were especially interested in Heather Tomlinson’s article in the Commonwealth Journal’s July 31 edition concerning the Pulaski County “nuisance” ordinance. Our recent experience with Pulaski County Fiscal Court Ordinance No. 930.1 demonstrates not only ambiguity, but that the ordinance does not go far enough to protect residents from property owner abuses and neglect, and to eliminate public nuisances.

    August 11, 2011

  • Letter to the Editor

    August 11, 2011

  • Reader: Being Gay not OK

    Dear Editor:
    In response to Amy Gesenhues of CNHI news article in Friday’s paper, July 22, “Being Gay Isn’t Wrong.”

    August 10, 2011

  • Letter to the Editor

    August 4, 2011

  • ‘...Thanks for the Memories’

    Dear Editor:
    I read the article, “Love at Post Office Rock” in the Commonwealth Journal’s Saturday Life Section and it took me back to my high school days.
    Patricia “Pat” Brown was a sister to my wonderful friend, Ruth, during the years 1949-1951. Ruth had attended elementary school at the Catholic church (as had another best friend, Pat Ritter). Ruth has been deceased a number of years.

    July 28, 2011

  • America: She Deserves Better

    Dear Editor:
    As far as I am concerned, all flags should be flying half mast, for America, as we knew it, is no longer.
    Seems the only thing left to do is turn off the lights, close the door and walk away. No need for a burial, we’re already buried in debt.
    Are we past the point of no return? United we stand, divided we fall.

    July 28, 2011

  • How Did We Get in a Mess?

    Dear Editor,
    I would like to comment on the budget crisis we are currently in.
    I grew up on a farm and there was five of us plus our parents.
    We grew all our vegetables and we lived on wild game.

    July 28, 2011

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