- Letters to the Editor
- Letter to the Editor-Jay Bender
- Letter to the Editor-Bill McCroskey
- Letter to the Editor-Brent Hanna
Support DMACC Levy 4
Steve I am writing to you to take exception to your House of Wood Article on the Des Moines Area Community College.
Support DMACC Levy 3
To the Editor:I read your hit piece on the upcoming vote to continue the tax levy for DMACC and would like to correct your “facts”. The first point you make is that there isn’t a DMACC campus in Knoxville and there will never be one. There is a DMACC campus in Knoxville. It is an integral part of an existing Knoxville Community School building.
Support DMACC Levy 2
To the Editor:Next Tuesday you have the opportunity to vote yes to continue the two levies that help support Des Moines Area Community College. These levies are existing levies that total 26.5 cents per $1,000 of assessed value. It will not raise taxes.
Support DMACC Levy
To the Editor:I am writing as a member of the DMACC Board of Trustees for 10 years. I have seen DMACC grow substantially to meet the needs of many additional students and the requests of businesses.
Letter to the Editor: Enforce beautification ordinances
To the Editor:I love Knoxville. I love the people here. and I think it's a great place to live. I take pride in our town and our home. But what ever happened to the city ordinance to keep grass mowed and at a certain height?
Letter to the Editor: Let them in
To the Editor:I read with interest the article regarding " COMPLAINTS MAY KEEP YOUTH OUT OF VSO'S ". What exactly were the complaints? Were 15/16 year olds drinking in these locations causing police officers to respond?
Letter from Humane Society
To the Editor:When I began to volunteer with the Marion County Humane Society (MCHS) nearly three years ago, I had little knowledge of the amount of time, effort and financial support that goes into caring for shelter animals. To say the least, my eyes have been opened after volunteering for a year, and then serving as the Assistant Director of MCHS for nearly two years.
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