Sunday, May 28, 2017
Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

We write to encourage citizens in the United School district to vote yes for United's future and support the 3.92 bond issue.

Editor:I am writing about Keith Campbell's letter. I do not think we should ban all exotic animals, but why do we need to keep...

Editor:This November we have an opportunity to make an investment in our community and our future by passing the 3.92 mill bond issue that...

Editor:Well, it's almost time to vote on the new school project. We have been given the opportunity to learn the facts on the bond...

We, in the agricultural community, would like to remind you that every day is "food day" and celebrating should be done with each meal, whether the food comes from your garden, farmers market, grocery store or the local food pantry.

Editor:Tuesday, Oct. 19. The weather today -- gray, overcast with rain. The headline -- Exotic Animals Roaming Ohio.When I first heard the news late...

Are there more facts we should know (about the United Local Schools levy)? Enrollment is declining, as is tax revenue collected, while schooling expenses are going up. Is this a healthy trend or a formula for disaster? Voters, you decide.

I have served as the United High School band announcer for many years and wish to relate a recent conversation I had.

The United Local School District has received well over $5,004,849 in extra tax dollars in just the past six years. ULSD extra taxes are a one mill levy, a three mill levy, and a 1/2 percent income tax levy. These three “extra taxes” are over and above your regular assessed property taxes.

Editor:I would like to know when will people wake up to the problems American horses and their owners are facing. The horse industry is...
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