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Chatham-Kent
Sunday, January 29, 2023

A dearth of trees and opportunity

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Sir: Where are the trees? I recently phoned the Civic Centre about planting of fall trees. I was shocked and appalled to hear the program...

Don’t bag it; mulch it!

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Sir: How delightful to get my first copy of The Chatham Voice in my mailbox and to see some old familiar names of people...

Slow down, for our kids’ sake

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Sir: Re:  The Chatham Voice story, “Residents concerned over speed” in the Oct. 17 edition is an important issue that has to be addressed. It...

Woodlot protection petition gathers steam

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Sir: Earlier this spring, after repeated attempts – and failures – to encourage council to bring in a tree bylaw, area farmers and other...

Society quietly works behind the scenes to help others

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Sir: The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul has just celebrated 50 years in operation at our Chatham Thrift Store. Yet, we feel we...

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...