Letters to the Editor

Reader calls for city attorney to be sacked Dear Editor, Let’s make the November election of local city council members about who is going to represent the people instead of blindly following bad advice and directives from the city attorney and other so called “experts” who have repeatedly been found wrong. The city attorney admits […]

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Thanks for supporting Clarkston Area Lions Club Dear Editor, The Clarkston Area Lions Club is very pleased to thank the Clarkston Community for its support of our food booth at the Concert in the Park even on Friday, July 20. This was a fund raising even for us and was assisted by local sponsors including […]

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Thanks for info Dear Editor, A special thanks goes out to candidate Andrea Schroeder for educating voters about candidate for state representative Jose Aliaga’s “unsatisfactory job performance” regarding his state health and human services work (“State rep campaign turns negative,” July 12). It’s troubling to hear Mr. Aliaga and his supporters claiming that his “personal […]

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Ruling guts FOIA Dear Editor, As reported in last week’s Clarkston News, the Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the City of the Village of Clarkston in the case of Bisio v. City of the Village of Clarkston and essentially gutted Michigan’s 42-year-old Freedom of Information Act and our right to know […]

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No to negative ads Dear Editor, The other day I received a post card from Andrea Schroeder, this time attacking Jose Aliaga. Jose is one of the few Independence Township trustees who is a good Christian man running for office. Jose did knock on my door and talk about issues such as the very high […]

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Thanks for reviving downtown mural issue Dear Editor, Thank you for your article “Murals in Clarkston” (June 27),  informing our community of Clarkston Cultural Arts Commission’s plan to team up with the Detroit Institute of Arts to create a new series of murals downtown. Your article mentions many residents are still “getting over bad feelings” […]

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Rules for wetlands Dear Editor, I attended the Township Board meeting on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, to provide input to the rewrite of the wetland/watercourse Section 18 of the Code of Ordinances. I suggested six changes that would make the the ordinance failsafe from interpretation. I have agreed from the time I volunteered for the […]

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President support Dear Editor, The past weeks letters written disparaging President Trump has left dismay and disappointment on your pages (“Sick, sinking feeling,” May 16; “Letter appreciated,” June 6). So Americans have elected the first non politician president since George Washington who dedicates his every day to citizens instead of lobbyists. Yet some choose to […]

Letters to the Editor

Thanks for support Dear Don and The Clarkston News, Thank you so much for your support of our annual Kids Day in the Park! This year we struggled with inclement weather but plenty of families were still on hand to enjoy the day! Kids of all ages enjoyed bounce houses, petting zoo, a strolling magician […]

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Thanks for support Dear Editor, Thank you to Jalapeno’s Restaurant of Clarkston, Jorge and Laura, for hosting a restaurant fundraising night on May 16. This fabulous fundraiser was held to support our three Clarkston Schools Destination Imagination (DI) teams going to the DI Global Finals in Tennessee later this month. Jalapeno’s graciously donated more than […]

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