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    Hefty gasoline hike on the way

    Dear Editor, This is an excerpt from an article by Four Twenty Seven (427) Climate Solutions (427mt.com/2014/01/cap-and-trade-investment-plan-proposed-budget) entitled A Closer Look at the Cap & Trade Investment Plan in Governor Brown's proposed Budget:

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    An American celebration

    Dear Editor, To everyone in the Mountain Area, if you didn't attend the Oakhurst Community Band's "Celebrate America Concert" Sunday, June 29, at the Mountain Christian Center, you missed an inspirational evening.

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    Highway 41 hotel

    Dear Editor, I had to send you my comments regarding the June 12 article in the Star concerning the fire protection water issue surrounding the proposed Holiday Inn Express hotel owned by Mr. Patel on Highway 41.

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    We will all lose

    Dear Editor, I read Alan Cheah's remarks in the June 5 edition of the Star, and have concluded that he makes a few good points ... but just a few. He says that businesses are the evil players in our society and the cause of all of our problems. Reading my history I find that there were times in ...

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    In Response to Feature article of June 17

    Dear Editor, In your feature article of June 17 on community plans for a meeting to discuss recent break-ins, your article states: "The district attorney is not prosecuting the crimes unless there is an injury or violent crime." This statement is completely false.

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    Trying to be part of the solution

    Dear Editor, As I read JR Froelich's May 29 "In My Opinion" column, many thoughts came into my head. As a member of Keep Our Mountains Beautiful, who does have an issue with cigarette butts and our continual battle with litter which includes cig butts, I have to agree and disagree with his conclusions...

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    Sierra National Forest is open and available to all

    Dear Editor, As we head into the summer season, we are excited on the Sierra National Forest about the many opportunities available to the public on the Forest. As many of you know, the Sierra National Forest has been coordinating with the National Fish and Wildlife Service as they prepare to list...

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    American flags must be properly illuminated at night

    Dear Editor, I'd like to respond to Kevin Jonas' letter of last week, in which he expressed his joy and pride at seeing the American flags displayed in the Oakhill Cemetery, but not happy they were not up for the whole Memorial Day weekend.

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    Supporting Muscular Dystrophy

    Dear Editor, A couple of weeks ago, we had a fundraiser for Muscular Dystrophy — "Fill the Boot." Unless you have one of the many muscular disorders covered by the MDA, you probably don't realize all the services they offer.

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    Keitz a person of integrity

    Dear Editor, Formerly I worked for the Riverside County District Attorney’s office. At the time of my retirement I was a Supervising Deputy District Attorney in charge of the Gang and Homicide Units for the southwest part of the county. Since March of this year I have been employed as a Senior...

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