Letters to the Editor 02/17/16

Missouri City Crime Concerns Over the past couple of months, my subdivision and those nearby have been hit by several burglaries and driveway robberies that have received news coverage and surprised, angered, and caused some serious reflection among many residents.  The introduction of criminal activity into any neighborhood really does cause residents to coalesce and […]

Letters to the Editor 02/10/16

ADDRESSING SUGAR LAND ZONING The Sugar Land Mayor and City Council changed the Zoning Regulations to make it easier to gain approval for high density apartment developments. Currently, there are no limits on the number of apartments that can be built in “Planned Developments”. Soon after the regulations are changed, a Developer submits a plan […]

Letters to the Editor 01/27/16

REP. REYNOLDS FACES TOUGHEST ELECTION OF HIS CAREER (from fortbendstar.com) To fix the Fort Bend and Texas justice systems, public voters must break silent needs by helping elect new leaders with a clean record that proves their leadership. Fort Bend has a broken justice system because elected officials are withholding legal advice from the public […]

Letters to the Editor 01/20/16

Sugar Land Apartment Policy Last night amidst a passionate audience at Sugar Land City Hall, I spoke before the Planning and Zoning Commission on how to best handle the ongoing situation with planned development as it relates to multifamily housing. I simply called on them to adopt a formula for determining such development (since a […]

Letters to the Editor 01/13/16

RED LIGHT UPDATE The State Bar of Texas has responded to the Houston Coalition Against Red Light Cameras’ complaint against the actions of the Texas based law firm of Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLC. This complaint documents unfair collection notices sent by this law firm on behalf of the Sugar Land Police Department which […]

Letters to the Editor 01/06/16

POST OFFICE CONCERNS I’m glad you were able to take action on the Post Office on Texas Parkway …but the Glenn Lakes facility also has issues. They have changed their hours to 8:30am-4:30pm [even though the web site says differently] — how is one suppose to work and get their mail when a signature in person […]

Letter to the Editor 12/30/15

Opposing Olson’s votes A few weeks ago you posted an article/press release that Olson opposed debt limit budget deal. It is only right that you post an article how Olson voted for the massive $1.1 trillion spending bill. The article should contain inclusions of the spending bill that Olson constituents should know about. Among the […]

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Honoring heroes As Christmas season nears, wreaths are placed on all graves in the Veterans Cemeteries, ceremonies are presented, flags are flying and bag pipes are playing. The Star Spangled Banner and God Bless America are sang. The fly-over, and then TAPS are played ever so softly as to not disturb the heroes. Families, friends […]

Letter to the Editor 12/16/15

The president needs a new Congress with the skills and vision to make America No. 1 but we can’t do it with bridges collapsing from old age and a Congress that would oppose oxygen if the president were for it. It needs a global expert who know both business and terrorism. Its no time for […]

Letters to the Editor 12/09/15

U.S Mail, A plea for help I Moved to Sugar Land a bit under a year ago. In Under a year, i have experienced difficulties with U.S. mail more than the 42 years i have been in the good old U.S.A. Complaining to the Sugar Land post office over the phone does not seem to […]

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