Archive for the ‘Letters to the Editor’ Category

  • High price paid for knowledge

    Mar 14, 19 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: Our family lives in southern rural Chatham-Kent. Very recently we learned some key regulations, meant to protect land and life. In Ontario, hunters are governed by a number of regulations.  For example, in our area, according to the Fish and...

  • Chatham-Kent has a turbine expert?

    Mar 14, 19 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: I find it very interesting that Dr. W David Colby is going to be addressing the International Conference on Wind Turbine Noise in Lisbon, Portugal in June.  According to their list of presenters, his topic will be, “Wind Turbines and Groundwater...

  • New arena complex unaffordable

    Mar 7, 19 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Editor’s Note: This is addressed to the mayor and council. Sir: Regarding the Chatham-Kent arena issue, I do not claim to be an expert on these issues, but I am only speaking on what I have seen, read and heard about on these proposals to close existing...

  • Let the Boutins proceed

    Feb 28, 19 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: The Feb. 21 Chatham Voice editorial “Enough Dislike,” in my opinion, is laser accurate respecting the major downtown Victor Boutin developments. Although it has taken longer than hoped, nonetheless, the downtown condo, when completed, will be a major...

  • For the love of domestic animals

    Feb 14, 19 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: My wife and I have been saving cats and dogs and bringing them into our house for nearly 40 years. We love them as though they were our children. That’s why I was overjoyed to read Sarah Schofield’s piece in The Chatham Voice about Gary and...

  • It seems only talk is cheap

    Feb 14, 19 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: RE: Wage comparison badly needed, CK budget process underway How wonderful for the Chatham-Kent budget that there will be a significant savings made from changes made to the minimum wage mandate. I am sure our citizens struggling to pay rent and all...

  • Red Kettle support appreciated

    Feb 7, 19 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: The Salvation Army of Chatham-Kent would like to thank the communities in Chatham-Kent for their generosity this past Christmas Season. The donations of food, toys, money and volunteer time are all greatly appreciated. Although we didn’t quite...

  • World Cancer Day

    Feb 4, 19 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: Today is World Cancer Day and we at the Canadian Cancer Society want to thank our donors and supporters for all they’ve done and will do to help us achieve our vision of a world where no Canadian fears cancer. With nearly one in two Canadians expected...

  • Housing issue cannot be understated

    Jan 31, 19 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: I appreciated you and your editor publishing that letter from Dan Kelly, regarding the abandoned and dangerous property on Chatham’s east end that used to house a number of businesses in that area, including the old Darlings plant, the CIL property and...

  • Obey the rules of the road

    Jan 31, 19 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: I found Maria Logan’s letter in The Chatham Voice Jan 10, “Simple solution for bike paths,” interesting, and I was extremely interested in Eric and Anne Hoffman’s letter Jan. 17 about turning a sidewalk into a bike path. It made me...