My husband and I are from Enterprise.
Editor's note: Columbus City Council has passed a sidewalk ordinance that would require (when feasible) the building of sidewalks in any new development. Both the sidewalk ordinance and the Senior Enrichment Center are seeking to provide a positive impact within our city. Support for one does not indicate opposition for the other. In fact they should go hand in hand.
Steve Moore raised several good points in his letter supporting the right of labor unions to strike (Voice of the people, Aug. 25).
My friends and I visited your town in June.
I am writing in response to the anonymous bloggers who have offered their opinions about the ongoing strike at Omnova. I worked at United Technologies formerly American Bosch beginning in the union ranks then moving into a management position.
In the article "Republicans have hot, cold feelings on Constitution," by Ben Evans, he states that Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., D-IL, has proposed nine amendments to the Constitution. Among them are the RIGHT to quality housing and education.
My family and I have always enjoyed eating at Mi Toro's restaurant. They have good food at great prices.
I just read your article from April 24 about Charles Lindbergh's landing in Maben in 1923. It brought a smile to my face
The article written by Commercial Dispatch staff on Aug. 8 concerning the strike at the Omnova Solutions plant in Columbus, contains a website that recruits temporary replacement workers.
First of all, thank you for publishing my letters. Signed letters carry so much more weight than anonymous posts, but even they give an insight to the opinions and attitudes of the general public.
I attended the Aug. 3, alderman meeting to state my objection to a six-month moratorium on cutting certain trees in the city of Starkville.
After reading Councilman Dumas' letter it reminded me of past conversations I have had.
So, Obama's popularity polls are going down. It's not because his policies are all that bad and many do not like him; it's because of his race.
Caledonia mayor discusses disagreement
I am the only sister to John A. Hall, formerly of Columbus. On July 1, 2010 my brother was on his motorcycle traveling down Highway 45 North.
Openly gay Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker's decision to overturn the voter approved Proposition 8, that defines marriage as between one man and one woman in California, slices at the jugular of true democracy.
I disagree will the comments by Charlie Box concerning the four-day work week by the public works in the July 20 issue of the Dispatch. As a local business owner, we benefit from four-day work weeks by simply being able to keep our work trucks off the road for one day, especially during the current recession.
Either I, and others in our community, needs to be educated on how gasoline at the pumps is priced or our local gas stations are price gouging.
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