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: Street sweeping rule

Editor, The Friday Flyer: I would like the Board to reconsider the street sweeping parking rule, and poll the community on how they feel on the issue before implementation due to the following. The data used to make the decision was misleading and innacurate and I don’t feel all the repercussions to residents were considered. The data would only be accurate if the street sweeper turned off its…

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Actions of guests

Editor, The Friday Flyer: Please be aware that if a Canyon Lake member calls a guest into the community, whether on a daily pass or a permanent guest pass, that member is responsible for any and all damages their guest does to any property in Canyon Lake, including private property. This is according to Section 3 Paragraph B of Canyon Lake’s POA’s rules and regulations that states the prime m…

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Letter: Monitor call-ins

Editor, The Friday Flyer: It is time that some Canyon Lake homeowners realize they have a responsibility to carefully monitor who is being called in to our community by members of their families. These persons are given free access to loot and vandalize our community. They join the illegal trespassers who are squatters living in vacant homes, burglars, vandals and irresponsible loiterers who thr…

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Letter: Tree Lighting event

Editor, The Friday Flyer: After reading the list of the City of Canyon Lake's accomplishments for last year, I believe it appropriate for me to make one correction. Every year the Chamber has brought together a committee of volunteers headed by a chairperson to produce the Tree Lighting event. It takes several months of planning and organization to make this a successful event. While the City …

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