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Letters

  • Thanks to the rescue squad

    To the Editor,

  • Friends of the animals says thanks

    To the Editor:
    Friends of the Animals (FOTA) has experienced a wonderfully successful summer 2014. This achievement can be directly attributed to the generosity of the citizens of Chester County.  

  • Volunteers, donations for Jordan Diggs

    To the Editor:
    My daughter, Jordan Diggs, is in need of a kidney transplant. When she was four years old, she was diagnosed with fibromuscular dysplasia, or FMD, of the arteries going into her kidneys. This caused extremely high blood pressure, which has led to chronic kidney disease.
    Right now, Jordan is at stage three kidney disease and has been listed on the "inactive" list for a kidney transplant. As long as her labs stay stable she will not be listed as "active."

  • Children's Attention Home thanks Lutz Foundation

    To the Editor:
    The Chester-based Clarence H. and Anna Elizabeth Lutz Foundation has provided much-needed and welcomed support to the Children's Attention Home through the years worthy of recognition by the home and the community.

  • Chester needs a teen center

    To the Editor:
    Having read over the county government's wish list and how they plan on spending $15 million in bond money I felt I should write this. The government is wanting to spend millions on ballfields and constructing and installing lighting on existing ballfields.

  • Chester needs a new high school

    To the Editor:
    Today while reading your article on the sales tax wish list, as a citizen of Chester County, I don't see a problem with paying the penny tax. I do, however, mind about how it is to be used.
    Streetscaping $65,000, refurbish city Activity Center $125,000, renovation of parks $30,000. Are they used that much to spend that much money to renovate?

  • Loss of child is unimaginable

    To the Editor:

    On July 25, 2014, my life took a drastic change for the worse. My 14-year-old son, Jeramie Wayne Coleman, was called home by his Lord and Savior. He was swimming with family and friends on a lazy summer day when events took a turn for the worse.

  • Youth should join "God's Gang"

    To the Editor:
    In a recent public meeting about gangs and violence, cops complain about underage kids walking the street at 3 a.m. Parents can't be found. There is nowhere to drop them off.

  • Stuart thanks staff at Voter Registration

     

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    To the Editor:

    I launched a petition drive to collect signatures at the end of March. During this time, I had to work closely with the staff of the Chester County Voter Registration Office. The job these employees perform is often overlooked and underappreciated.

  • Forest Service volunteers

    To the Editor:
    For those of you who are unfamiliar with the area, the Woods Ferry Campground is located within a beautiful wooded floodplain surrounded by upland pine woods and maturing hardwood forests. We gladly welcome horse riders, hikers and mountain bikers to enjoy the nine miles of trail as well as camping facilities. There are currently 10 horse corrals within the campground; however, they are in need of restoration work.