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    We need more water facilities

    Dear Editor, I found Mr. Cavanaugh's July 24 column about Debbie Bacigalupi's presentation on Agenda 21 interesting. Instead of commenting on the content of her presentation, he tried to make her into a nutty conspiracy theorist. His research on the document is apparently nil. Why do those to the...

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    Time and energy

    Dear Editor, Once again, Mike Devito and his fine crew from Pacific Pectin have donated their time and energy to keep Oakhurst looking better.

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    Friendly service

    Dear Editor, After reading about Emadco Disposal in your most recent issue, I felt compelled to express my thoughts.

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    Retirement

    Dear Editor, As of July 1, I will be retired from my practice. It has been a long struggle and even though I have made substantial progress, I feel that I can no longer function as a physician. I wish to thank all of you who sent me well wishes. I was overwhelmed by the outpouring of gratitude. ...

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    County stepchildren

    Dear Editor, Speaking as a resident for 38 years and a business owner, the assault on our local business, Emadco Disposal, would only be done as an opportunity to make a "dollar" for the county, and again attack mountain residents and local area jobs. If this is done to Emadco, what business is ...

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    Higher fees for mountain residents?

    Dear Editor, Everyone knows of Emadco Disposal Service. In 1967 Morrie Williams saw a need for trash service in the mountains, bought a truck and started serving our local businesses and residents.

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    Volunteers needed

    Dear Editor, Mountain Area Literacy Council (MALCO) has been serving Oakhurst and surrounding areas for more than 25 years. We provide free one-on-one tutoring for adult speakers of other languages to learn to speak, read, and write English. However, we are now in a crisis because we no longer have...

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    Agenda 21

    Dear Editor, Debbie Bacigalupi, MBA, CS, CMP, was the featured speaker sponsored by the Oakhurst-Coarsegold Tea Party on July 15. She has become an expert on U.N. Agenda 21 and is frequently sought to speak on current environmental issues and regulations.

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    Life Saver

    Dear Editor, During the late morning hours of July 8, I fell down an embankment when the bank gave way across from the old Snowline. I fell 50 feet, and was able to grab a Juniper bush to prevent myself from falling onto Highway 41.

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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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