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Letters to the Editor

Election was in the past time to look forward

Dear Editor, Regarding your opinion on the potential Town/MD partnership for a field house: Oh John, we are so sorry you are still upset that the candidates you were pushing on us during the last election campaign lost.

Resident's claims simply driving up taxes

Dear Editor, Regarding the Dec. 29, 2010 article: “No quick fix for sour gas smell.” I am writing to complain about the amount of newspaper space that the Western Wheel gives to the views of Roxanne Walsh on our local oil and gas industry.

Acoustic Christmas concert was impressive

Dear Editor, Kudos and then some to the entertainers and sponsors of the Acoustic Christmas food bank benefit concert. I've seen many similar shows across our fair country and this was certainly one of the best.

Mike Holmes' popularity not enough to prove water

Dear Editor, One of the age-old problems of urban planning is how much developers should be charged in levies prior to the start of a development.

Foothills cannot be forced to join partnership

Dear Editor, Re: Province wants MD back in partnership – Western Wheel Dec. 8 There are interesting dynamics in the Provincial initiative aimed at coaxing Foothills back into the Calgary Regional Partnership (CRP).

Government blowing smoke

Dear Editor, CBC reports "our" government secretly dropped warning labels on cigarette packages after tobacco company lobbyists (mostly Conservatives) waged a lobbying campaign by three tobacco companies, Imperial Tobacco Canada, JTI-Macdonald Corp.

Neighbourhood thanks its snow angel

Dear Editor, Cimarron Way has a snow angel. Mr. Snow Angel is out every morning that it snows on Cimarron Way, to clear the sidewalks with his snow brush machine. If the wind happens to blow snow on the sidewalk, Mr.

Children learning bad lessons from jaywalking parents

Dear Editor, I am writing this letter as a concerned parent of two children who attend Ecole Percy Pegler. My concern is with the unsafe practice of lazy parents who continually jaywalk their children across Okotoks Drive to Percy Pegler School.

Link District name doesn' t make sense

Dear Editor, I read the articles praising the new innovation and I agree that it sounds wonderful. What I don’t understand is what Link District has to do with Okotoks.