The Avenue 17 transportation corridor has been on the county’s radar for a while and for good reason. A former county supervisor campaigned with that issue on his slate.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The City of Madera is missing something. We are missing a school district that has the interest of our citizens in place. Mr.
Farnsworth is an interesting name. Philo Farnsworth invented electronic television.
The Grand Jury system is an integral and vital part of our Country’s form of justice and citizen oversight of governance from the federal to local level.
The prudent mind can but demand clarification on guaranteed funding for not only HSR land acquisition and construction in Madera but for future operational sustainability.
I’m wondering if I am the only person in Madera that saw the article in the Fresno Bee about the upgrading of State Route 99; maybe I’m the only one upset that again we get disrespected and cast aside.
On May 18, the Tribune ran a story with the headline stating “Judge says Keitz can block release of Rowley Report.” The story purports to detail the decision by Superior Court Judge James Oakley, who issued