Letters to Editor

New Haven needs more industry Not more apartment complexes

Letter to the Editor:  Ronald K. Willimann

It’s a well-known fact that the city council of New Haven is still trying to get affordable housing in New Haven.

As you drive through the streets of New Haven you will see plenty of “For Rent” signs and most of the rent for these available apartments are in line with the rent that is to be charged for the new apartments.

So if New Haven has plenty of affordable rental units for rent, why do we need 40 more units?

Go vote April 2.

A couple can move into a 1-bedroom apartment, but as their wages go up they have to move into a 2-bedroom apartment and wages go up again they have to move into a 3-bedroom apartment.  Who is going to check everyone’s paychecks that rent there?

Tax credits are set up and controlled by the federal government.  Maybe they are in charge of these programs, jus as they are in charge of overseeing welfare, food stamps, U.S. Post Office and many of their well-organized programs.

Distinguished Representatives of Their Community

To The Editor:

Last week we had the privilege to serve as team hosts for the New Haven Shamrocks girls team during the 2013 Show-Me Showdown.

We spent time with the coaches, players, cheerleaders and fans while they were here. We were truly impressed with their excellent behavior and attention to why they were in Columbia — to play for a championship.

EDITORIAL: Blood On The Hands Of The LEFT

By: Howard Galganov

I was just about to publish my latest editorial as promised, on Canada’s Supreme Court Decision to suspend Freedom of Speech, in favor of promoting one language over all others.

THEN THE CONNECTICUT SCHOOL-SHOOTING HAPPENED.

Next to language issues in Canada, and a failed Judicial System in both of our countries, what happened in Connecticut takes precedence.

I won’t waste words describing my feelings, because how I feel about as many as, and maybe more than 26 people murdered, including 18 children is indescribable.

BUT I WILL TELL YOU WHY IT HAPPENED:

It didn’t happen because of the so-called gun culture, or because of poor security at the school. It happened because of the modern LEFTIST culture that has removed all semblances of personal responsibility and respect.

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