LETTER: CAAC thanks local businesses, civic organizations and individuals for support

To the Editor:

The Board of the Canastota Area Association of Churches is pleased to announce that the 2017 Grant program was completed Wednesday, May 3, with the last of four checks being presented to the four Canastota area volunteer fire and ambulance companies.

Fundraising was strong, resulting in our ability to both extend […]

LETTER: Rogers Center thanks volunteers, recruiting more

To the Editor:

Rogers Environmental Education Center had a successful Earth Fest considering the unseasonable weather Sunday, May 7. As the coordinator of volunteers for the event, I’d like to thank all of the people who stepped up and helped make this program successful.

A special shout-out to those who spent a good part of […]

LETTER: Tenney picks cable news appearance over constituents

To the Editor:

Vulnerable Representative Claudia Tenney has no shortage of excuses for why she can’t hold a live town hall with her constituents. They range from false claims that her constituents nothing more than “paid protesters,” to her most recent excuse that she’s just too busy and won’t be able to schedule a town […]

LETTER: Unhappy with Tenney

To the Editor:

As the 100th day of the new regime approaches, it is time to look back on what has evolved. In the 22nd District, there are several glaring problems. The first is the poor representation of Claudia Tenney being available to her constituents. I have contacted her office several times each week, participated […]

LETTER: How much more would dairy farmers be willing to take?

To the Editor: The Federal Order #1 Market Administrator has announced the blend price for Order #1 during the month of march 2017 is $17.30 per cwt. (hundredweight). This is positively ridiculously low. Once you move away from Boston, it drops down and could be down as low as $16.50 per cwt. in some areas. […]

Hamilton Monthly Meeting of Friends: Minute of support for immigrants and refugees 4/1/17

To the Editor:

As Friends, we believe there is “that of God” in every individual and of the equality,

As Friends, we believe there is “that of God” in every individual and of the equality, dignity and worth of every person. We are called to encounter one another with love and compassion, regardless of place […]

LETTER: Constituents active and informed; representatives need to listen

To the Editor: I don’t think that the Republicans in Congress really understand what’s going on. I think that they have deluded themselves into thinking that they are beloved by their constituents and that those constituents will just turn a blind eye to their behavior out of affection or disinterest. That may have been true […]

LETTER: Learn about Madison County’s homeless population

To the editor: If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother in need but has no pity on him, how can the love of God be in him? Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth. 1 John 3:17-18, NIV Every day, Karing Kitchen realizes […]

LETTER: Supports Tenney

To the editor: There seems to be an unprecedented push for Town-Hall type gatherings as of late. I totally understand the frustration with the Government, we’ve all been frustrated for years. What is perplexing is why is the outcry here in New York State coming from the Left and being focused at a freshman in […]

LETTER: Cat Blanket Sue

To the editor:

Fifteen years ago there was an ad in the newspaper asking for people willing to knit or crochet blankets for cats in shelters. Sue had been making blankets for years and needed both blanket makers and yarn donations.

I like to crochet and am a cat lover so I answered the ad. […]

LETTER: Responds to recent articles regarding immigration

To the Editor: My grandfather Albert Joseph Bialek came to the United States from Poland {Galicia} in 1910. Per the Ellis Island website he boarded the ship Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse in Bremen, Germany {formerly Prussia}. He had just completed his service in the Austrian Army. Poland at that time was divided into three spheres […]

LETTER: Thank you to all our Election Day inspectors

To the Editor:

While much of election administration operates largely behind the scenes, Election Day Inspectors are very much out front on Election Day working directly with voters. Election Day Inspectors work hard to make sure people are in the correct polling place, help voters with registration, and take the needed steps to ensure voters […]