Here you are, folks. Forty to 50 years after the shortage of water was brought to our attention, it has arrived. Thousand-dollar monthly bills on the coast. Folsom Lake drying up. Area people in an uproar.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
On Dec. 16, there was a picture and story in The Madera Tribune of a woman who stole a package, that had been delivered by UPS, from the front door of a home.
It first came out on June 20 in the Tribune. “Invasive” mosquito discovered in Madera. According to that article it was found June 6 near Schnoor and Sunset avenues.
As a taxpaying citizen of Madera County I cannot help but be appalled and disappointed as to how our elected official in the Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office has forgotten who she is actually working for.
I read in the Dec. 4 Madera Tribune that the Madera County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services announced that emergency warming centers will open up:
In reference to the Editor’s Corner of Nov.
My name is Michele (Martin) Carter. My parents are Al (deceased) and Barbara (Bobbye) Montanari Martin who owned and operated the Valley Market at the end of Yosemite Avenue from 1963 to the early 70’s.