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Letters to the Editor

Mistake looming - Sharon Long

Sewage is not a pretty topic, but it's an important one in my area of Sudbury right now. The rock tunnel that is to service the South End is scheduled to be completed in November 2008.

Questions remain about new snow removal policy - Perry Guilbault

So, we are well into our winter and it seems our newly developed snow removal plan is not working as well as expected. This can be gauged by the amount of complaint calls and the mayor's address this past week.

Daughter appreciates nursing home staff - Heather Brown

I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you for so many positive things that have happened at Extendicare the past four years that my mother, Sylvia Brown, was there.

Where's the value in Karla? - Darren Kleven

I am writing with regard to the upcoming film on Karla Homolka. I am not normally predisposed to writing to newspapers about social issues but this one just wouldn't let me go.

Retailer to close store - Paul McQueen

After more than 100 years in the community, it is with great sadness that we announce that Yolles Furniture will be going out of business.

What's with the sidewalks? - Mitchell MacFarlane

Taxpayers in Sudbury are paying more taxes and receiving less in return. That is what most Sudburians old and young are telling me. Water, sewer and gas are just some of the things people are complaining about.

Readers respond to 'Mayor comes out swinging'

Article printed in the Sunday, Nov. 27 issue. The atmosphere at Tom Davies Square has gone to the dogs recently, as the fur was flying at the latest council meeting.

Thank you - Danielle Gélinas

Our fundraising trip to Stage West on the Oct. 28 weekend was a huge success.

Kinsmen support Cinefest - Joan Mantle

Recently the Kinsmen Club of Sudbury hosted their annual Community Sponsorship and Recipient Charities Evening.

Student voters restore faith in future - Rev. Jeremy Mahood

Wow, imagine my surprise when I showed up at Science North to make my voice heard in the federal election. As I pushed my way through the rotating door there facing me was the largest lineup of voters I have ever seen.