Tuesday's Letters to the Editor

Tuesday's Letters to the Editor

There are 5 comments on the Long Beach Press-Telegram story from Jul 22, 2008, titled Tuesday's Letters to the Editor. In it, Long Beach Press-Telegram reports that:

I oppose the way the bond was handled because: The mayor neither consulted with the City Council nor provided details of his proposals before or after he held a press conference.

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Los Angeles, CA

#3 Jul 22, 2008
ALWAYS ! refer to yesterdays's letters to the editors...police officers take great pride in the fact they are above the law , read "get it straight".... it won't matter until they start maiming and hurting "herds" of people about the size of the groups of cars they fly down the street in ! and their excuse ? any form of communication is justified ? WELL that has NOTHING to do with ear pieces like the rest of us ! Just more privledges for them..more danger for the rest of us !
longtime lkwd

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Jul 22, 2008
LAKEWOOD does not DISCLOSE period. DANGER or NOT ! CALLING the city is like screaming in the wind ! NO one hears you,,,NO one responds...and NO one cares ! The only WAY LAKEWOOD will admit they have a problem is if it bites a council member in the BUTT ! and lets hope that doesn't happen to ANYONE in our city...anywhere there is access to the san gabriel river there is a problem.. plus empty edison fields..they all run together...and coyotes cover a great deal of territory so BE careful. and bring your pets in at NIGHT ! most predators are nocturnal....DO not leave out food or water at night either, and cover your trash cans..good luck !

Camarillo, CA

#5 Jul 22, 2008
longtime lkwd
remember that when it comes time to vote for city council again, its the same 5 or 6 people year after year.
longtime lkwd

Los Angeles, CA

#6 Jul 22, 2008
howardx wrote:
longtime lkwd
remember that when it comes time to vote for city council again, its the same 5 or 6 people year after year.
TELL ME ABOUT IT...many of us past ostriches(?) are working to change that in the upcoming election..WE have less than a year! Information is much more readily available now..there are at least 6 VERY active residents groups working together now and a VERY effective web site that is hammering at disclosure issues so WE are hoping for a more "MEANINGFUL" election..it is not just the council..it's MANY members of a very ineffective detached staff that adds to the problems here ! WE are not just complaining as in the past...as a community WE are taking proactive steps to document and change things !! Wish us luck! the web sit is LAAG.us Lakewood Accountability Action Group.

Downey, CA

#8 Jul 22, 2008
thank you Gerrie Schipske for representing your district and constituents. the proposed parcel tax is unfair to home and business owners. responsibilty for the "financial crisis" sits squarely on the shoulders of city hall. if there is ABSOLUTELY NO OTHER WAY to solve the issue let all the citizens who live, shop and do business in L.B. share the burden, not just a chosen segment. NO NEW TAXES!

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