To the Editor: The Election is over, now what?
To the Editor: To the thief/thieves who took the 2 spinners from Sherrill Park on Monday, May 2…….. the spinners were put in the park for all to enjoy! I have always bragged on Salado as being such a great place where everyone respects things that belong to their neighbors. Guess you have just proved […]
To the Editor: As owner of a Main Street business with a perfectly functioning septic system I have the following questions:
To the Editor: Since when does a city government take out a full page ad on the taxpayer dime to politically advertise and defend their position on sewage treatment during an election season?
Dear Editor: Since we are given lemons maybe Salado should make lemonade. The Chamber of Commerce could advertise free demolition derby events with occasional pyrotechnics. Maybe that would attract a few tourists. C. B. Harrison Salado TX
Dear Editor: Congratulations Salado!
To the Editor: After your first 2016 Jewel references to College Hill’s dependence on youth, it was appropriate that young Royce Wiggin represented your staff as the only occupant at the full-house press table at another marathon evening meeting on Jan. 21.
To the Editor: In an earlier edition of the Salado Village Voice a letter was published as a “Thank You” to Josh Kubiak of the Kubota tractor dealership in Temple, Texas, for the loan to “The Salado Village Volunteers,” of a 60 inch, zero turn, commercial lawn mower. The letter was submitted with the title […]
To the Editor: After months of off and on again negotiations, executive meetings, about agreements on the sewer land donation, building of the sewer plant, drafting boundaries, tax abatements, and countless studies, final legal paperwork was completed and signed between Mayor Blancett and the Sanctuary owner on November 26, 2015. All well and good for […]
Young man stops to help elderly To the Editor: Just a note to say a big “Thank You and “God bless” to a guardian angel, Ronnie Cloud.