May 3, 2018 RSS feed / Letters

Vote no on Leland bond; less money needed

To the editor: Leland School District (LSD) voters should vote no for the additional millage on May 8 for the large $24.6 million expansion because a more open discussion of very important facts regarding need/necessity appears to have been avoided. More...

Infrastructure stressed in bond proposal

To the editor:   I wanted to emphasize a few important points regarding the upcoming Leland Public School facilities bond vote on May 8th:  More...

Voting yes for Leland bond; keep high scholastics

To the editor: The May 8 vote on Leland Public School’s Bond Proposal will give district voters an opportunity to fund a significant school upgrade. More...

Conversation continues over gun rights, youthful protesters

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Many social benefits stem from government; Trump is ‘neo-fascist’

To the editor:   Social Democracy, Part II.  More...

Large pole barn part of concern at planning meeting

To the editor:   There’s a pole barn, a 4,000 sq. ft. pole barn, at 7107 S. Dune Hwy. South Dune Hwy is a designated scenic highway by the way.  Have you seen this barn? It’s hard to miss. More...

‘Attitude’ separates Leelanau Peninsula

To the editor:   I would agree with Jay Bushen’s (column) of last week, 4/26/18, about how he has found Leelanau to be beautiful and welcoming. More...

Solar tour part of process to combat climate instability

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Strange events surround dismissal of clerk Cruz

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Don’t repeat mistake, approve Leland school bond

To the editor:   A history lesson about school bonds. 23 years ago I participated on a committee working to pass a very similar bond in scope and cost as the current bond proposal. It was turned down. More...

Steering committee urges ‘yes’ vote for school’s future

To the editor:   “There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.” - Nelson Mandela  Our kids. They are our future. More...

Candidate’s background speaks of service

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Clock ticking to petition for public vote on bonds

To the editor:   I read the Notice of Intent of the Village of Suttons Bay to issue municipal securities up to $1,750,000 in the April 26 Leelanau Enterprise.  I had questions regarding the specific “capital improvements”.  More...