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Letters

  • Planning and Zoning in need of more planning

    To the editor:
    For  thirty years I have been dismayed by the inept activity of planning and zoning which was originally designed to make for a better future for our country. Not only was It obvious their choice of design for rural home development counter producive, but much to my chgrin, I have had the sad experience of observing the unprofessional thinking and behavior of some meetings in the past.

  • Diligently watch for underage drinking

    To the editor:
    Summer break is here, with carefree days of fun and freedom from the responsibilities and regimentation of the school day. This week is also National Prevention Week, designed to remind us how powerfully we can all make a difference in preventing substance abuse and promoting overall mental health and well being, and today’s emphasis is on underage drinking.

  • Informed voting

    To the editor:
    Now that we know what “marriage” is, we can place this into the same context as what we must eat! Let’s see what’s next. I know we’ve been told wat kind of car we must buy, but let’s go a little further. What sporting event must we go to? Maybe we should eliminate opera, classical music and just listen to jazz!
    Christian values are almost ancient history, let’s forget who we are and live whatever way we want to! Can you imagine the slippery road we are going down? Come on people! Wake up!

  • Preserving our rights

    To the editor:
    I am a lifelong resident of Harrison County. Upon graduating from Harrison County High School, I chose to stay here and I have worked in the city of Cynthiana all of my adult life.
    I am a smoker. Years ago, I enjoyed smoking freely in restaurants, public places, grocery stores, etc. Now, I respectfully would not enter any business, building or home smoking or expect to smoke in a business, building or home without knowing that it was allowed.

  • Do some research

    To the editor:
    Thanks to Irving Welchons II for writing about something that has bugged me for 50 years.

  • Business park not a bust

    To the editor:
    I am responding to your article in the May 10 issue of The Cynthiana Democrat entitled, “Don’t start it unless you know you can finish it.” Your statement, “bad spending that has been done in the past and the lack of enthusiasm for correcting possible bad investments” is an incorrect assessment of the situation. I would like to reply for the record...

  • Don’t vote on name recognition

    To the editor:
    The last time the federal budget was passed before the beginning of the fiscal year was 1994.  How hard can it be to make a budget when you borrow over one third of what you spend?  There are frequent reports of politicians and bureaucrats spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on trips and entertainment.  Pet projects costing millions are routinely added to unrelated legislation.  If you pay taxes it is your money that is being wasted.

  • Continue to support the arts

    To the editor:

  • Our world is suffering

    To the editor:
    I’d like to comment on Ronald Dumm’s letter in agreement with my opinions.
    Like him, we can go anywhere out of Cynthiana and find gas prices 11 cents cheaper. We need to boycott them nationwide so my suggestion is to use the date of the Kentucky Derby (May 5). Fill up on the fourth and go the fifth, sixth and seventh without a drop. Make your full tank last three days.
    Also, I’m with him on Romney being a Morman which gives me no choice. I will not be voting. It’s sad because I am very political but not this time.

  • Keep McKee in

    To the editor:
    This letter is to endorse state Rep. Tom McKee in his bid to continue to represent the 78th Kentucky House District. We are fortunate to have a legislator so well-respected, experienced, and capable to speak and work for our district in the Kentucky General Assembly.
    Tom works tirelessly for our district and for all Kentuckians.   As our advocate in Frankfort, he has always endeavored to help his district and the entire state become stronger and more economically progressive.