Letters

Letters to the Editor policy

Letters to the Editor are an opportunity for residents to voice opinions and comment on City, POA and other community issues. Please keep letters as brief as possible – not over 300 words. Letters containing more than 300 words are subject to editing. Canyon Lakers may send letters no more frequently than once a month and all letters must include first and last name, tract and lot and phone nu…

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Letter: Holiday Boutique a success

Editor, The Friday Flyer: The Canyon Lake Holiday Boutique at the Senior Center is behind us. It was a huge success thanks to some very special people; Lynn, Rick and Robert at the POA, Sharon Rice for news coverage at The Friday Flyer, Ernie, George and all the Thursday Work Group, and the spouses of those involved. A special thank you to those who came and purchased some wonderful items. A he…

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Letter: Community facilities

Editor, The Friday Flyer: I have to assume, based on POA Director McDonald’s latest repetition of his outrage over Canyon Lake residents lack of concern for the financial well-being of our community, that I am among those “people in this community (who) only care about themselves…” he refers to. It’s hard to respond briefly to Director McDonald’s oft stated concerns. I’ll try. Re…

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Letter: A big stick

Editor, The Friday Flyer: Behind closed doors in Sacramento, Governor Brown and Democratic legislators are now referring to successful California taxpayers as "piñatas" that can be endlessly beaten in their never-ending search for more revenue. The passage of Prop 30 is just another blow – with a very big stick! Bill Johnston…

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Letter: Hallelujah

Editor, The Friday Flyer: I'm very sure I'm not the only Canyon Laker who prayed for God's help in putting a true Christian back in the White House. I know I and thousands of others prayed for His guidance and He rewarded us with a solid family man, who strongly believes in the Second Amendment giving us full and complete access to guns and 200 bullet clips, for hunting, as well as a President w…

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