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Category archives for: Letters

Thank you, Officer

Thank You Officer A. Montaya of Missouri City Police Department Yesterday morning, as I turned right from Texas Parkway and drove down Buffalo Run I noticed a police vehicle with it’s lights blinking but no unfortunate driver ahead receiving a ticket. As I drove a little further, I passed a car being pushed by a […]

Railing against commuter train

Commuter rail for who? Pay billions if not trillions to watch the toy trains go by with nothing but homeless people aboard. If that doesn’t bother you, what about the traffic? The current train along highway 90 does enough mischief now with road. Do we really need more grade-crossing of trains? Beyond annoyance, they also […]

Letter to the Editor 02/25/15

Dear Editor: The U.S. Advisory Panel on Dietary Guidelines has finally mustered the courage to recommend that Americans eat less meat and dairy products. And not just to lower our risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, and obesity, but also because it slows the rate of climate changes, with its own devastating consequences. The […]

Missouri City must show respect to its police department

Please thank Michael Sudhalter for his article titled, “Missouri City must show respect to its police department”.  It was a great article & I (and many others) appreciate him noticing & covering this issue.  It’s nice that Mr. Sudhalter, along with the Fort Bend Star, thought this was an important topic & made a stand […]

Letter to the Editor 01/28/15

Editor’s Note: On Monday, the FBISD board voted to keep the Engineering Academy at Elkins High. This letter was submitted prior to the vote. Hello Fort Bend ISD Board Members and Superintendent, I am an incoming 10th grader in the Engineering Academy and I would like to stay at Elkins High School. I understand why […]

Letter to the Editor 01/14/15

A large number of vehicle owners that have unpaid red light camera fines outstanding over past three years have recently received the attached postcard.  An open records request has been filed to determine the exact number.  This post card is a desperate attempt to coerce the public into paying a fine which is voluntary.  The […]

Letter to the Editor

To the editor: Your recent story about Fort Bend Deputies on paid vacation had an incorrect headline. This was not a repossession, it was a theft. There is no reason to pay deputies who committed a theft. Taxpayers deserve better. Michael Lee

Letter to the Editor 12/10/14

Recently Scott McClelland, Chair of the Greater Houston Partnership’s Education Advisory Committee and President of the Houston Division of HEB, and Jim Postl Greater Houston Partnership Board Member, made a presentation to school board trustees who collectively represent 1.1 million students residing within the greater Houston metropolitan area at the Region 4 Education Center. Their […]

Letters to the Editor

The Fort Bend academy program (The Opinion – Academies are here to stay, but compromise is necessary, pg 3, November 19, 2014) is a wonderful opportunity for the academy’s high school participants.  I’m all in favor of providing such an opportunity to the deserving high-achieving students.  Unfortunately, the academy process appears to penalize non-academy students […]

Letter to the Editor

I’m afraid your suggestion “How about including an option to use headphones? You could click on a candidate’s photo. They would introduce themselves to you in a 30-second segment … ” would constitute electioneering within 100’ of the polling place, a violation of state law. This doesn’t even consider the fact that it would make […]

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