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home : letters : letters September 15, 2014


8/19/2014 12:46:00 PM
Letters to the Editor 08/20/2014

To the Editor:

Would the person to whom I loaned Don Rowe's model woodpecker to chase away flickers and other house wreckers, please return it?

I can't remember who you are, and I can't find the woodpecker around my place. Someone is pleading with me to use it.

Many thanks, Jim Anderson

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To the Editor:

The editorial on August 5, "City must set clear policy goals," was spot-on and I sure hope our city leaders will take it to heart.

It was one of the best editorials I have read in a long time as it addresses a real and hugely important "turning point" issue that could make or break the direction of our city's future.

Sisters, and all of us who love this city, deserve this consideration. Thank you for speaking up and articulating the issue so well.

Diane Prescott

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To the Editor:

When school kids want to raise money, where do they go first? They go to Sisters merchants.

Will they be able to ask the tent people for financial support of local school needs? Of course not. The tent people will be gone.

If our local merchants, many of whom are selling tourist items, decide they cannot continue their business because the tent people have just been the last straw cutting into their profits, who will replace that revenue and the jobs and taxes? Please think about this.

Jean Nave

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To the Editor:

Thank you so much for the articles you published about the recent Country Fair the Episcopal Church held on their grounds to benefit the Sisters community.

Regarding the article about the marionberry cobblers being made by Ann Reed: I just want to clarify that I had many helpers making the cobblers - from crust-makers to cobbler assemblers in the church kitchen the day before the fair.

We did make extra pans of cobbler this year and still ran out before the fair's ending. More next year?

Ann Reed





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