I just saw your article on the Madera Unified School District getting a $10 million windfall from the state. In working for the district, I hope they spend some of that money on the safety of our children.
I’m calling in response to the item “Against the rules, car washes go on.” I heard a city council member say that the announcement for one-day watering and no charitable car washes was premature, that the co
I look forward to Bill Hoffrage’s comments. I’d like to see him run for president. And if he were the new editor of the Tribune, maybe he’d put something in there besides social events and sports.
“There has been a water leak on Meadowcrest in the middle of the street that goes all the way west down Sundance Lane, and from Sundance Lane to Foxglove [Way] into the gutter.
I’m beginning to think that Bill Hoffrage is the new editor-in-chief of the Madera Tribune. Never has any one individual been given such a free venue to express their own righteous, judgmental opinions.
“In the Opinion Page columns of April 18, Jim Glynn lists various water-conservation methods tried in California.
Driving on North Gateway [Drive] Tuesday morning at 8 o’clock, I noticed our city park was under full irrigation by sprinklers. It was raining enough to require windshield wipers. It rained until noon.