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Letters

  • Road plan wasn’t what was expected

    To the editor:

    I would like to thank the editor who gave an insight regarding the new traffic pattern effective for July 1 in Shallotte. I agree with the multiple concerns she expressed. 

  • Watch what they do, not say

    To the editor:

  • Let’s get rid of the gloomy view

    To the editor:

  • Changes coming for FNS benefits

    To the editor:
    July is a transition month for North Carolina families who receive FNS benefits (formerly called Food Stamps). The state Department of Social Services that oversees the FNS program made a recent change that affects the dates families receive their benefits.
    While it is a statewide decision, my concern is for our local families who will be affected. Some families will have to wait 10 days longer this month, requiring them to make their food last 40 days instead of 30 days.

  • Thanks for great service at vet’s office

    To the editor:
    On Monday, June 27, I unfortunately had to pay a visit to a local veterinarian hospital because I have a sick cat named Lucy that I have had for about seven years.
    When I arrived at the office, Lucy was close to death. She had been sick for several days and had gotten sick like this before but it always seemed to pass in a day or two.
    Words can’t describe the compassion and care the staff had for Lucy and me.

  • Thanks for returning purse

    To the editor:
    Thank you to the wonderful lady who found my purse by the side of the road in Seaside Station in Sunset Beach and made sure I got it back.
    Betty Litzenberger
    Sunset Beach
     

  • Thanks for help

    To the editor:
    I would like to thank officer Blaine Cully for his help in recovering my grandson’s wallet that was lost recently. He was nice, polite and very professional.
    A few days after it was lost, Detective Dunn called to say the wallet had been recovered. What a wonderful asset these two officers are for the Sunset Beach Police Department.
    Betty and Jon Hill
    Shallotte

  • Thanks for fireworks show

    To the editor:
    Calabash town merchants and the town of Calabash are commended for their flawless execution of the third annual Independence Day celebration this year.
    The fireworks were fantastic. During a time of economic stress in our community, it is great we can still enjoy and celebrate the past 235 years of our nation’s independence.
    Kelley Southward, interim town administrator, and Calabash Mayor Anthony Clemmons did a great job in supporting and making this event such a success.

  • Voter ID is a good thing

    To the editor:
    Citizens expect integrity in our elections. Voter ID is a common-sense solution to protect election integrity and restore voter confidence.
    Sadly, our confidence has been badly eroded under Democratic leadership—remember they controlled the General Assembly for 140 years and there were only two Republican governors in the 20th century.

  • Doesn’t like school start time changes

    To the editor:
    Recently the school board made the decision of the staggered schedule for all county schools. This decision will affect every family in this county with school-age children, with only a small percentage having a say.
    Every single family who has to rearrange their schedules should have had a vote in this decision; this includes teachers, coaches and any other school employee.