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Chatham-Kent
Thursday, January 20, 2022

Public participation makes FireFest a hit

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Sir: Organizers of FireFest Chatham-Kent are sending out a big thank you to vehicle owners, supporters, volunteers and attendees for making the second year...

More can be done to keep Chatham clean

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Sir: Re: “Local man adopts rural roads,” in the Sept. 26 Chatham Voice, kudos to Richard Carnell, and to Bruce Corcoran to publish that...

OPP option worth investigating

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Sir: Recently a vote was taken by Chatham-Kent council to turn down a free estimate on policing costs from the Ontario Provincial Police. Our municipal...

Chatham-Kent shines bright at Chamber gathering

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Sir: I’d like to publicly acknowledge the efforts of Gail Bishop and her team at the Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce for its spectacular efforts...

Why not at least listen to the OPP?

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Sir: I don't know whether the Ontario Provincial Police would do a good job patrolling the streets of Chatham-Kent. I don't know whether that...

Water letter bang on, reader says

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Sir: I recently saw the letter to the editor in The Chatham Voice, “Recent Water woes indicative of bigger issues.” I have lived in Chatham-Kent...

Sustainability discussion heartening

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Sir: If you care about Chatham-Kent, pay attention to the Sept. 16 committee of the whole municipal council meeting. Audio recording is available on...

Keep snakes off our streets

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Sir: I enjoy reading your paper very much. I particularly like the letters to the editor. In regards to the letter from the Sept. 19...

Stop dumping trash on our rural roads

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Sir: Have you driven Pioneer Line lately between the Bear Line and Home Depot, or Baldoon Road between Gregory Line and Pioneer Line? If...

Water woes indicative of a bigger issue

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Sir: This is an open letter to the citizens of Chatham-Kent concerning the brown drinking water issue. No one wants to drink water that looks...