So what are all the complaints about the Letters policy
Letters to the editor concerning candidates and issues on the Nov. 5 ballot must be submitted no later than Oct. 24.
This is to allow rebuttals before the election. Oct. 30 will be the final issue that will contain letters regarding the Nov. 5 election.
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concerts? The music is not loud rock and roll, or rap or hard metal. There’s little good music and a place where an older person or younger can go without having to go into a smoke-filled casino with the clink of the slots. Frankly, I feel it is just a handful of people doing the complaining.