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Chatham-Kent
Monday, January 30, 2023

Bike lanes need revisiting

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Sir: At a recent council meeting, the death knell was sounded for safe cycling infrastructure In Chatham-Kent urban communities. The Active Communities Steering Committee,...

Why blast crows when you can take away their buffet?

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Sir: There’s a joke making the rounds. Trucks hit more crows than cars because when they eat road kill, crows always have a lookout...

An unhealthy municipality

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Sir: A recent study shows Chatham-Kent as having a very high rate of obesity. This comes as no surprise as C-K is the only...

Food support greatly appreciated

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Sir: On behalf of Outreach for Hunger and all the families we serve, I want to thank Mr. Chris Gutteridge, the students of Ursuline...

Representing the citizens a serious task

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Sir: I believe all politicians should have to take drug tests at least once a year. I watch politicians at all levels and they way...

Cyclists pay taxes too

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Sir: For some months now there have been many editorials and letters printed regarding bicycle traffic in Chatham-Kent. As an avid user of a bicycle...

Diner deserves a visit

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Sir: Some people can be mean. Jo’s Diner opened up about a month ago on the Winterline in Grande Point. The former J.T. was closed...

Bike lanes make sense

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Sir: It’s past time to give this council the boot. We’ve seen many positives since our bike lanes were added on Lacroix Street, most importantly...

Fine the sidewalk pedallers to fund bike lanes

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Sir: I enjoy all the letters to the editor in The Chatham Voice, but one especially caught my eye – the one from Jeff...

Council again ignores administration

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Sir: At the Oct. 28 special meeting of municipal council once again went against the best professional advice of municipal administration, consultants, and upper...