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LETTER: Careful what you wish for

Editor’s note: This letter is addressed to the mayor and council. As a long time proponent of the democratic process and in particular proportional representation,...

LETTER: Don’t saw up the beauty of Victoria Avenue

Editor: Re: “Tree-saving effort cut down” in the May 23 Chatham Voice. Coun. Michael Bondy is correct in calling for a second opinion on cutting...

LETTER: Let’s tone down that noise

Editor: Tired of the noise? Loud car noise, mufflers, radios or squealing tires? Why do we stand for it? Recently, I learned that the Windsor police are...

LETTER: No car, big problem seeing fireworks

Editor: Victoria Day is often filled with family activities, but one stands out in my mind: fireworks. If you don’t own a car and live...

LETTER: Healthy option: stop drive-thrus

Editor: Well, I never thought I would be writing about EV cars, especially since I have given up driving since 2011. But, as usual, a...

LETTER: How far is too far?

Editor: Re: “When guards are not enough,” the editorial in the May 9 Chatham Voice. When, during a recession and skyrocketing taxes, our esteemed council...

LETTER: We must remember the positives

Editor: There are good things that happen in Chatham-Kent. The new proposed park area on Bear Line, for instance, on donated land from St....

LETTER: Remote viewing would fix council’s problem

    Editor: Yipes, it has come to the point where the taxpayers, voters and citizens have become suspicious people in the municipal council chambers. Can somebody say “paranoid?” Yes, security...

LETTER: Dual credit program worth trying

Editor: Students - don't miss out on this opportunity. Students in grade 11 and 12 should speak with their career guidance teacher about the dual...

LETTER: Reader offers her two cents

Editor: There are a couple of topics that took my eye again in recent editions of The Chatham Voice. On, the editorial in the April...