Category: Letters

District should pay for Newberg

To the Editor: On Oct. 12, I attended a meeting at McNary High School regarding parking and traffic issues on Newberg Drive. The meeting was hosted by McNary Principal Erik Jespersen and Salem Keizer Public Schools Chief...

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Three branches of government

To the Editor: I have spent most of my long life in Oregon but I was born in England. Before I could become a U. S. citizen I had to learn about the American system of government. Three branches: Legislative, Executive and...

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A representative for all?

To the Editor: Seriously?  Our state representative, Bill Post, is back on the air and this time on the crazy station—opening act for the likes of Hair Club model Sean Hannity and Alex Jones. I get it; I understand the allure of...

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Crossing the Columbia River

To the Editor: Presently, there isn’t enough money available to replace the aging Interstate 5 bridge in the manner currently envisioned. But there still might be a way to build the badly needed replacement by constructing a new...

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Keizer’s 9/11 memorial

To the Editor: The Keizer Fire District has provided a community memorial for the 9/11/2001 attack for the last sixteen years. It is a very respectful and sober event to remember those who died and the emergency responders who...

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Chemawa plants are weeds

To The Editor: I totally agree with Lorna Moore’s letter to the editor (Chemawa Rd. plants) on the plants along Chemawa Road N.  I agree with all the descriptive adjectives she used in the article which appeared in the September...

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Waremart in Keizer

To the Editor: Not sure what landscaping/art Winco should be responsible for (Landscaping code revamp meets skepticism at council, Sept. 1). I am sure of the benefit that they will provide to the community in savings to the...

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Writer gets inclusion right

To the Editor: Thank you Eric Howald for your thoughtful, compassionate and well written column (Why inclusivity matters) in the Aug. 4th issue of the Keizertimes.  It was in stark contrast to the guest  opinion of  L. Brent...

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