Letters

Letter: Security issues

Editor, The Friday Flyer: On February 7th, while driving to a Board of Directors executive session in the afternoon, I witnessed a brutal attack at the Main Gate. Two cars had stopped in the center and right lanes and a verbal exchange took place between the occupants. Suddenly the doors flew open from one car and three thugs ran over to the other car and attacked a single occupant/driver. The t…

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Letter: Excellent Directors

Editor, The Friday Flyer I am in complete agreement with the Letter to the Editor written last week by Bill Webb. Shame on the few people who want to gain back control of our POA and keep complaining and disrupting our meetings. Things will continue to get better now that all of the bad apples have been removed and replaced with people with fresh new ideas and attitudes that I'm sure will contin…

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Letter: Motorcycles

Editor, The Friday Flyer: Originally I was going to respond to the letter sent by Mr. Neigel regarding restrictions proposed to allow motorcycles in Canyon Lake but thought that most everyone could see through the smoke and mirrors being offered. Evidently I was mistaken. The fact that Mr. Neigel had promised not to promote allowing motorcycles when he ran for the Board and then did his about-f…

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Letter: More on motorcycles

Editor, The Friday Flyer: When we moved to Canyon Lake, my husband and I were aware that motorcycle riding was restricted in the community. That was 25 years ago. Today, we live in a rapidly changing world. The price of gasoline is a major issue, as are environmental pollution and conservation and the seemingly never ending series of “oil crises.” It is surely within reason to ask for relie…

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Letter: Cheapskates

Editor, The Friday Flyer: I would like to apologize to the golfers as a group. It was an unfair analogy to link my e-mail referring to a small “Fringe Group” to the golfers. Let's give this group a proper name. Let’s call them the “Cheapskates.” How do they know if they’re a Cheapskate? When an employee who occasionally does not charge their group for drinks and food is let go and t…

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