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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
October 30, 2014
Coordinate planning
Written by: Larry Thompson Oakland Township
In an editorial cheer Oct. 26, the Eagle suggested the time may have arrived for a review and update of a unified regional strategy for community and economic development in Butler County. I agree. A plan of this sort is essential to our economic future and a sustainable expansion of business, manufacturing and employment opportunities.
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October 29, 2014
A stranger’s kindness
Written by: Dan Zarnick Sr. Butler
While shopping recently at a local grocery store, I realized while checking out I’d forgotten my wallet. I mentioned to the woman behind me that I was going to the service desk. There was nothing I could do.
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October 29, 2014
Jeer was unjustified
Written by: Joseph P. McMurry Section 27 Alliance Butler Township
Regarding the Eagle’s editorial jeer of Oct. 26 to Section 27 Alliance of Butler Township. The jeer alleges S27A members used “over-the-top rhetoric” and “death-and-destruction scenarios” which frightened children in attendance at the Oct. 20 Butler Township Board of Commissioners meeting.
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October 28, 2014
Thanks, Gino
Written by: David Koren Sarver
A reply to Gino Mariotti’s letter (“Can’t argue with that”, Oct. 23).
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October 28, 2014
‘Jeer’ was new low
Written by: Connie Fleeger Franklin Township
The “Jeer” in the Sunday, Oct. 26, edition was a new low, even for a publication that rarely misses a chance to discredit the growing anti-fracking movement in Butler County.
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October 24, 2014
Debt, deficit differ
Written by: Dave Schmidt Butler
Regarding the letter “Good news was buried” (Oct. 22) by Susan Stephenson.
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October 24, 2014
Great schools matter
Written by: Dick Hadley Cranberry Township Supervisor
What makes a community great? As an elected member of Cranberry Township’s board of supervisors, it’s a question I face all the time. Residents tell me they want to make sure Cranberry remains a place where employers want to locate and where people want to raise their families.
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