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Guest commentary: District services continue through the summer

Summer break — time to review, rest, relax, renew, and refresh our bodies, minds, and spirits As we reflect on this past school year, we find ourselves in a changing environment. We have been faced with the challenge of identifying ways to continue serving students and families. Our ...

Cape’s development of Festival Park no cause for celebration

To the editor: I learned of Festival Park as a birding hot spot on E-bird. Observed many uncommon birds it this habitat, watched a burrowing owl family raise their young, northern bobwhites, eastern meadowlarks, and was always on the watch for the Florida Scrub Jay. Back from Minnesota ...

Governments which regulate assume responsibility

To the editor: Ordinarily, Condominium Associations function, among other ways, to ensure that adequate funds for reasonable and predictable repairs against normal wear and tear are always “saved up” and available. Then, in the aftermath of the Surfside Champlain Condo collapse, the ...

Get your COVID shot

To the editor: Only those who haven’t had a shot or two to prevent COVID-19 infection seem to be at risk with the Delta variant of COVID-19. The new variant of COVID-19, the Delta variant, is more communicable. The un-jabbed people of the nation were coming down with COVID at a rate of ...

Help kids in foster care

Across Florida, thousands of children enter the state’s child welfare system each year. The hope is it’s just a temporary placement and children will eventually be reunited at home with their biological parents. Unfortunately, a permanent solution is often needed. In either case, these ...

No Disney ending in Afghanistan

To the editor: Afghanistan’s failed government; more interested in divvying up the crumbs of U.S. taxpayers’ graft than the tedium of governance, will crumble upon the departure of U.S.-led troops. Having squandered over 7,000 American lives, close to 200,000 Afghanis, adding $2 trillion ...

Politics and propaganda

To the editor: This morning, a couple of the electric transformers in my neighborhood suffered two “well-aimed” lightning bolts, bringing darkness to us and also cleaning our ears, not to mention frightening my puppy dog, Elliot, nearly out of his mind! Later, a very fine, well-spoken ...

County should level the playing field for accepting input

To the editor: I have sent the following letter to Mr. Kevin Ruane, chairman, Lee County Board of Commissioners: Dear Chairman Ruane: It was a pleasure to meet you at Cecil Pendergrass’ fund-raising event Tuesday evening. Thank you very much for your time. As per your suggestion, I ...

Independence Day

To the editor: Recently a “journalist” was upset at all the American flags she saw driving around on Long Island, N.Y. When I read this I was not only offended by her outrage at the symbol of our country but wondered what her outrage was founded upon. Apparently there are those ...