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Letters to the Editor- Yes on Measure L

More name-calling and smears being spread about Yes Measure L: North River Farms and our supporters. The North River Farms team is locally based in Encinitas. They are ...

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Letters to the Editor- Vote NO on Measure L

About the so called “farmland acreage”, I offer these further possible considerations : * The individual community members could not be relied upon to maintenance such an area. ...

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Letters to the Editor- Oceanside Real or Oceanside Sold

Oceanside Real is how O’siders fondly describe our city. But insider politics is turning us into Oceanside Sold. This is threatening our treasured El Corazon, our beach community ...

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Letters to the Editor- California Proposition 19

Proposition 19 is labeled the Property Tax Transfers, Exemptions, and Revenue for Wildfire Agencies and Counties Amendment. Sounds good, right? However, what it really does is extremely harmful ...

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Letters to the Editor- North River Farms Files 2nd Lawsuit

This amazing but not surprising headline is on the front page of the Local Section in the SDUT Sunday edition of August 09, 2020. Everybody should read this ...

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Letters to the Editor- Vote against North River Farms to stop the rezoning of our O’side Farmlands on November 03

This development would ruin forever the longstanding agricultural aspect of our North O’side culture. Our City Council should be focused upon “INFILL HOME CONSTRUCTION”, and not out in ...

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Letters to the Editor- Informal Poll on where the candidates stand on North River Farms

Editors Note: On August 9, 2020, Morgan McCray, Oceanside City Council Member District 4 Candidate contacted OsideNews via email and request a correction to this letter to the ...

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Letters to the Editor- Response to Notes and Quotes, Civics 101

I have always appreciated Tom Morrow’s pieces throughout the 30+ years I have been reading his articles. I would like to submit this CIVICS 101 review to follow ...

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Letters to the Editor- November is drawing near and “things” are heating up

The Dems vs. The Cans………2020, and why Donald Trump will lose this election. Donald Trump will lose this election because of this pledge we all have recited our ...

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Letters to the Editor- Christopher Rodriguez launches bid for Oceanside Mayor

Dear Oceanside, I write to you with a heavy heart and deep convictions surrounding these uncertain times. COVID-19 has unleashed a level of economic uncertainty the City of ...

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Letters to the Editor- Rezoning Referendum on November Ballot

On June 24th the Oceanside City Council approved placing a referendum on the November 3 ballot that empowers voters to decide if rezoning of farmland to high density ...

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Letters to the Editor- California Personal Property Taxes and the Current COVID Crisis

COVID-19 has decimated businesses nationwide. Expenses have increased for business owners, small and large alike, while getting customers is still a difficult task even today. To get customers ...

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Letters to the Editor- Open Letter to Oceanside’s City Clerk, City Attorney, and City Council

Dear City Clerk Zeb Navarro, and City Attorney John Mullen, Thank you for producing the straight forward, people friendly language, describing the ballot measure that will bring our ...

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Letters to the Editor- Accentuate the Positive

I was once asked by a former girlfriend what I would do if I had unlimited funds. I replied that I would buy all major forms of media: ...

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Letters to the Editor- Oceanside Referendum

Five months later, one frivolous lawsuit filed, two fake FPPC complaints, and a bunch of malicious gossip being generated.. and it still really hasn’t sunk in for me ...

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