Aren’t Mr. Keitz’s enemies tired of the same issues, the details of which Mr. Keitz, by law, cannot discuss?
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Looking at the March 18 Red Line, the first caller talked about being tired of all the complaining we do regarding the water situation, illegal aliens here, the stores and the leaders of this country.
The members of the Madera Rotary Club appreciate the article about our project redecorating the foyer and lobby at the Madera Department of Social Services.
Gary Svanda is an intelligent man who as a city councilman knows how to educate himself on issues. He will allow employees of the assessor’s office who appraise property to do their jobs.
I agree with the caller last week about our domestic wells. The fear of our wells going dry is very real for all of us. When “we” need to drill deeper it costs us a fortune, and it is strictly on our backs.
Preparing to take her daughter to school in San Jose, Jisela opened her garage door, and in walked a large, friendly dog. She opened the car door, and he jumped in.
I am not a farmer. I am the son of a farmer, but know nothing about farming.