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Letters

  • Disagrees with Fennell's claims

    To the editor: I am a registered Republican and am appalled to think the party endorsed a candidate for state Senate who knows so little about the issues. The Beacon allows candidate Bettie Fennell free rein to take Sen. R.C. Soles to task for refusing to agree to suspend the rules of the Senate regarding the Annexation Moratorium Bill.

    Will she vote to suspend the rules? Why even have rules then?

  • Cabana issue isn't over with

    To the editor: This is in response to those who have had enough of the cabana issues. We suggest you don’t read the letters, because this debate is not going away even though “it is over.”

    We were disappointed about the decision to ban cabanas. We have owned our home here for more than 12 years and though we used a cabana when our family and friends visited, we never left it on the beach overnight.

  • Bradshaw thanks Beacon

    To the editor: [Regarding the story about Adam Bradshaw’s autopsy report published on www.brunswickbeacon.com] I can’t wait to read the rest of the article. I’m glad you are bringing up the fact drugs were not involved. Anyone who knew Adam knows he did not use or have anything to do with drugs.

    We also know he was not involved in anything illegal.

  • Agrees with book's view

    To the editor: Pastor Andrew Moyo has recently written a powerful book titled, “Working the Works of God.”

    One part of the book was of special interest to me. Pastor Moyo grew up, became a Christian and pastor/evangelist in the country of Uganda. He took a leading part in a great revival there in the mid 1990s.

  • Young people should show more respect

    To the editor: Generally speaking, I read the editorials with an open mind. It seems the majority of them are from readers complaining about one thing or another (politics or some issue to do with schools).

    My remarks are in response to “Reward teachers” submitted by Brenda Davis and “Remembering to respect elders” by Michael Darby. I have been a subscriber to the Beacon since April 1989 and feel that these are two of the best editorial articles in all those years.

  • Upset about animal rules

    To the editor: Re: “Agreeable animal welfare changes” article by Laura LewiseeTo say I am shocked and heartsick does not begin to express the views of myself and many others I know who are concerned about the welfare of animals.

    In my opinion, members of our state General Assembly, the Brunswick County Board of Health and Brunswick County Animal Services have taken giant steps backward.

  • School name should reflect community

    To the editor: I read with interest your front-page article in a recent paper, “Middle school to be named Cedar Grove.”

    I first want to say thank you to Scott Milligan and Shirley Babson for their commitment to all of the people in the Lockwood Folly community who will have children and grandchildren attending the soon-to-be-new middle school.

    Too bad Mr. Hobbs was not as committed to his original thoughts on naming the school.

  • New route could hamper hurricane evacuations

    To the editor: The N.C. Department of Transportation is busy installing “Michigan left-hand turn lanes” at the intersections of Ocean Isle Beach Road and Mount Pisgah Road onto U.S. 17 as a traffic control to help reduce terrible accidents that have occurred there.

    Ocean Isle Beach Road and Mount Pisgah Road are the major evacuation routes from Ocean Isle Beach and Holden Beach.

  • Thanks for cabana ban

    To the editor: In two short weeks, we will once again be making the trip to Ocean Isle Beach just as we have for the last 25 years

    The “kids” fly in from several distant points across the country and come with the same eagerness for the beach as when they were younger.

    All of us are thrilled to know we will once again be able to see and enjoy the full expanse of the beach. Thank you town council for bringing back the beach for everyone.

  • Cabana debate should continue

    To the editor: I would like to respond Mr. Godwin’s article that he and other readers have had enough of the cabana issue. While he may have had enough discussion on this issue, others and I have not.

    When a decision is made based on false assumptions, supported by false information, has at best marginal public support and is enforced with a heavy hand, don’t be surprised if some members of the public are offended and refuse to close the debate.