Reader Feedback: A Selection

A selection of comments and recent letters to the editor.

March 30, 2010 | | Blogs

A selection of comments and recent letters to the editor.

Thank you to all our readers who have commented on recent articles.

Here is a selection of some of our more recent submissions.

Marni Walsh on the Highland Companies‘ and the controversy about a possible gravel pit in Melancthon (link).

About the struggle by Spirit Tree Estate Cidery to satisfy Niagara Escarpment Commission requirements

  • An open letter to the NEC from John Patcai and Barbara Broerman (link)
  • A letter from Don Scott, Chair of the NEC (link); and
  • An update from Spirit Tree re: opening hours (see their web site here).

On the greenbelt, John Vibe (link), Jane Bowen (link) and Charles Hooker (link).

Nancy Hall of Hospice Caledon on our story about Bethell House (link).

David Nairn, Artistic Director of Theatre Orangeville, on Michele Green’s story “The Enchantment of Young Thespians” (link).

From our story about Local Heroes in the Winter 2009 issue:

  • “The information about local heroes was amazing.” Deanna Ruple (link),
  • From Karen Hutchinson, one of our honorees (link),
  • And Jane Scognamillo, the proud mother of Jade (link).

Alison Hird’s experience on being an Olympic Torch bearer (link).

Robert Abbott points out that our story “Olympic Fever Comes to Orangeville” failed to mention the gymnast Janine Rankin (link).

Thank you to all who have taken the time to write to us.

We encourage readers to comment on all our articles or email us directly:

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