October 26, 2017 RSS feed / Letters

Katofsky credible, has ‘realistic’ plan for Sugar Loaf

After listening to Sugar Loaf’s new owner describe plans to build a high-end resort last week, here are a few observations:  Jeff Katofsky appears to be credible, ambitious and motivated. More...

Compromise possible, being sought in septic inspections

To the Editor:  Thanks for your editorial in the Oct. 12 Enterprise and for your continuing commitment to informing residents about county news. More...

Cherry Home faces ‘greatest threat’ in covenant change

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‘Doing things the way they should be done’

To the editor:   Back in June, I decided to subscribe to the Leelanau Enterprise -- where I once worked, alongside the current proprietor, Alan Campbell, from 1981 to 1985. Why subscribe? More...

Hunters, shoot straight or end your ‘blood sport’

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Information should be available to people at meetings

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Handyman awaits to speak again with Kathleen; no politics

To the editor: On the morning of 10-18-17 Leelanau County and the world lost an extraordinary friend and woman. Kathleen Weisen went home to heaven to be with her Lord and Savior, Yahshua the Messiah. More...

Firefighters were calming

To the editor:   The Leland Township Fire Department helped with a rescue after my terrible fall. I was driven to Munson by three gentlemen of the Leland fire department — Chris Herman, Greg Johnson and Russell Korson. More...

Inspiring session on Sugar Loaf; it’s now up to us

To the editor:   It’s good to see the community treated to a session that inspires rather than confounds possibilities.  More...

Hatred extends beyond Trump to USA white males

To the editor:   Are you as surprised as I am at the continued attacks on Donald Trump? It’s getting so bad that his attackers are criticizing one another for the absurdity of their stories.  More...