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Letters to the Editor- Yes on Measure K

I urge you to vote YES on MEASURE K! As a 42 year resident of Oceanside, I have watched our city mature and evolve over the years.  I ...

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Letters to the Editor- Vote No on Measure K

As the former City of Oceanside City Treasurer, I’m very perplexed and alarmed that both the proponents and the opponents of Measure K completely avoid (or aren’t aware ...

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Letters to the Editor- Yes on Measure A, No on B

Just an “average Joe’s viewpoint”……Unlike those who make wonderful sounding pronouncements tailored to entice your vote, here are a few public information websites describing the Newland Sierra issue, ...

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Letters to the Editor- Yes on Measure K

Yes on Measure K is about government accountability. Oceanside’s current system of electing our City Treasurer and City Clerk does not allow for proper vetting of candidates. In ...

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Letters to the Editor- Vote No on Ballot Measure K

I am not only an old dude now; I am also a wise old dude now, I know a bad deal when I see one. Again I implore ...

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Op-Ed: “Just Mercy” and Justice Don’t Exist in Alabama

The chance of there being “just mercy” for Nathaniel Woods—facing lethal injection on March 5 for the killing of three Birmingham police officers—is as good as the chance ...

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Letters to the Editor- Yes on Measure K

Dear Editor, I must take issue with Richard Burton’s editorial about Measure K on the Oceanside ballot.  Contrary to Burton’s ranting, Measure K isn’t about the right to ...

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The Riehl World-The San Marcos City Planning Men’s Club

By Richard Riehl All three male members of the San Marcos Planning Commission, whose two-year terms expired in December, were reappointed by the mayor and city council in ...

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Yes on B Means a Better Choice for All San Diegans

Jack Feller, Deputy Mayor of Oceanside On March 3rd, we have an opportunity to shape the future of San Diego County for the better. Right now, there are ...

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Letters to the Editor

Hold fast onto your right to VOTE in O’side, and your right to a civilized and sane living environment in San Diego County I am an old dude ...

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The Riehl World- What Patrick Mahomes and I Have in Common

By Richard Riehl As I watched 24-year-old Kansas City Chief’s quarterback speaking to the press about his team’s miracle come-back to win the Super Bowl last night, hearing ...

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Letters to the Editor- “Nothing is more expensive than a missed opportunity”

The Loma Alta Creek Restoration Plan…Coastal Rail Trail…Buccaneer Park Remodeling Project…La Salina Lift Station Project and the decommission of the seven acre La Salina Wastewater Plant – five ...

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The Riehl World- Enrollment Mismanagement Plagues Palomar College

By Richard Riehl After a campus visit, a state-funded agency, the Fiscal Crisis Management Assistant Team (FCMAT) issued its November 8, 2019 report, describing Palomar College’s financial position ...

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Letters to the Editor: Make the Right Call

Californians are looking forward to Super Bowl LIV on February 2.  The San Francisco 49ers, of our Golden State, will face the Kansas City Chiefs. Football fans are ...

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Op-Ed: Desalinated Water – Beer’s Best Friend

By John Wammes The Claude “Bud” Lewis Carlsbad Desalination Plant has helped diversify our region’s water supply to support critical industries throughout San Diego. One of those industries, ...

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