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To the Editor, Ordinarily I do not respond to criticism from those who do not support or understand why I have been focusing so much on the South Granville Water and Sewer Authority and its many … more
To the Editor, Granville County Commissioners, I’m writing you again to try to straighten out what we so called “special interest” groups are asking by supporting Senate Bill 274. We are … more
To the Editor, Transparency is the one factor that deep down the citizens demand of elected officials. Yet do the current Creedmoor elected officials demonstrate transparency to the Creedmoor … more
To the Editor, I’m nobody telling everybody about 3-4 men who participate in the editorial page in the Butner-Creedmoor News and the Oxford Ledger. That is just for them: They irritate the … more
To the Editor, If you have children in school, you are likley already familar with the challenges teachers and students meet every day in their attempt to teach and learn. One of the major ones … more
To the Editor, At FGV Smart Start, we are excited about the growth of our literacy programs for young children and their families. We are also proud of our local communities for their support of … more
At the March South Granville Water & Sewer Authority meeting, the chairman of the board congratulated the board for their hard work over the last few months. He said he “could see the light at … more
By now you must have heard, all development in the South Granville area has come to an unplanned and abrupt halt. No more homes can be built, except those already approved. “Why?” you may ask. … more
The cost of prescription drugs has not been mentioned on health care costs. They will cost more per year than doctor visits, and more than an operation at a hospital. Citizens at the federal, … more
During the March 5 Creedmoor board meeting Archer Wilkins reported upon several reasonable topics, then moved into the “Vile and Ignorant People” sermon. Please refer to the Creedmoor audio from … more
During the public comment section of the March 5 Creedmoor Board of Commissioners meeting, a citizen (not this writer) requested that the Creedmoor board should raise the current Ad Valorem tax rate … more
Let’s look at some of the “facts.” 1. This board’s lack of planning just brought the Butner Gateway project, and all development in the South Granville area to a halt. How that happened … more
To the Editor, I recently sent the note below to the mayors of Creedmoor, Butner and Stem. “Gentlemen: I urge you to look at this link to a City of Raleigh news piece. … more
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