LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (VOICE@CDISPATCH.COM)

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Patrick Swartz: A Marine checking in

 

 

Billy Williams: Supports Harris for sheriff

 

 

Carl Lee: Appreciating grandparents

 

 

Saul Vydas: The given up

 

 

Helen Danner: Appreciates assistance

 

 

David Armstrong: Columbus chief operations officer responds to school board

This letter is in response to "The Columbus School Board Responds" article in yesterday's Commercial Dispatch, allegedly written by Currie Fisher, Bruce Hanson, Glenn Lautzenhiser, Tommy Prude and Alma Turner, who currently hold the position of Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees.

 

 

Claude Simpson: A political activist and proud of it

My name is being tossed around publicly in the Sunday Dispatch as a "political activist" because I have offered to serve on the Board of the Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau. The labeling suggests I have something to gain by serving on that board.

 

 

Local Voices: The Columbus School Board responds to editorial

This is in response to your editorial dated August 10, 2011: The Board of Trustees of the Columbus Municipal School District is accountable to many different constituencies: the district's boys and girls, employees, taxpayers and citizens. We have a responsibility to the boys and girls of the district to provide them with a high quality education.

 

 

Rick McGill: Negative campaigning

I received a copy of a widespread e-mail that was sent out Thursday, Aug. 4th. The sender was a Lynn Wright supporter. In the text of the e-mail, there some crass remarks made towards my wife's campaign but nothing that I couldn't normally shake off.

 

 

Tyler Edmonds responds to Forrest Allgood comments

After reading the recent comments in The Commercial Dispatch regarding District Attorney Forrest Allgood (Forrest Allgood responds, July 26, 2011, Voice of the people), I couldn't refrain from weighing in with my experiences.

 

 

Allen Greenhaw: Questions candidate's calls

Is it ethical for a Lowndes County Schools employee who happens to be a candidate for superintendent to use the school districts database for political purposes?

 

 

Janice Gilliam: Supports Jeff Smith

 

 

Mark Smith: Supports Dennis

I am working with and supporting a fellow business owner, and a person who is virtually unmatched as a civic leader, for governor of Mississippi.

 

 

Oran Hill: Troubled by candidate's lawsuit

I noticed that Mr. Lynn Wright tried to vindicate himself in a letter to The Dispatch in May where he was "explaining" his reasons for his dismissal as principal of New Hope High last year.

 

 

Bobby Harper: Phil Bryant means experienced leadership

I'm working for the Phil Bryant for Governor campaign because Mississippi needs the right experience and proven leadership in our next Governor. We don't have to guess what kind of Governor Phil Bryant will be. We know what he has done in the past, and we know what he is capable of doing to move Mississippi forward.

 

 

Forrest Allgood: Forrest Allgood responds

 

 

Faye Henley: Identity of good Samaritan

I would like to reply to the Voice of the People ("Under-appreciated good Samaritan") in the Sun. July 10th paper. The under-appreciated good Samaritan's name is Paul Denney from Jackson. He was here visiting family.

 

 

Fred Bell: Election time

There has been much in the news about the importance of Aug. 2 on the national level whether or not to raise the debt limit. While we are all interested in what's going on in Washington, remember that Aug. 2 is very important date here in Mississippi as well.

 

 

Cameron Triplett: Alcohol habit

This is a direct result of another "zero tolerance policy." The use (abuse?) of alcohol and/or other drugs while "on the clock," whether in public or private employ, should not be acceptable. What's good for the goose is also good for the gander.

 

 

J.M. Gilliam: Silly

How silly of Nan Lott to question our Rep. Jeff Smith about changing over to the Republican party.

 

 

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