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July 3, 2020

Why was there only one offer on 400 block property?

Dear Editor, I am responding to your June 7 Free Lance editorial. When the offer was...

Votes are not for sale

I am writing this letter to clarify some statements and figures

Letter: Response to trustee’s racism claim

I am writing this letter in response to the guest view in which Ray Rodriguez accused the administration of San Benito High School of racism based on having separate presentations in both English and Spanish that were related, but not the same, and your response to it in the paper. While I agree with neither of you, I do agree with both of you in one sense: the time has come for all people of all races, colors, religions, physical abilities and ethnicities to be treated fairly and equally and to have equal opportunities and access to all our society has to offer. I have a simple suggestion as to how we might achieve this. It has to do with getting rid of one small punctuation mark that will forever cause race to be an issue in this and all countries, THE HYPHEN.

DA, like everyone, deserves due process

I respectfully disagree with both Bruce Kiefert and Eva Reyna

Letter: Solar project opposition is classic NIMBY

It’s hard to believe that when it comes down to supporting an actual project, the vast majority of local residents claiming to be behind solar energy simply disappear, but that seems to be the case with the Panoche Valley Solar Project.  Now that it’s crunch time they are nowhere to be found.

Fix Fairview

I am writing this letter to clear a point about a letter I

Letter: Former mayoral candidate ponders issues

I want to bring a lot of different things to the people’s attention. I feel the people of the community should be aware and know what goes on in their city. I myself would like to know what does the police department and county sheriff’s department do with the entire surplus of property they obtain in their possession.  Eventually no one claims them, and then they stay in the city or county’s possession. What happens to them then? It is in their inventory, the property room. I buy from property room all the time, and this certainly does work. Where is all the money at that they make of this unclaimed property? They cannot lie about that.

Stop CAFTA, another phony free trade agreement

We must contact our congressional representatives immediately

Bush Immigration Agenda Likely Not to Fly

With an energy bill in place