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Opinion

Chaplains Help PBSO Personnel Stay Grounded

By at March 30, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

By Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw Police work is stressful and dangerous. The hours are long and grueling, and there’s often very little time for officers to reflect and process what they endure on the streets. That’s why the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office has a team of chaplains in place. These ordained members of the clergy assist my deputies and more...

Guest Opinion

Letter: Mecca Proposal, Wind Farm Bad Ideas

By at March 30, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

Last week the Palm Beach County Commission decided to grow and burn sugarcane on the old Mecca Farms property, and this week the county commission approved 12,900 acres of wind turbines that will ultimately employ 15 to 20 skilled workers in the Glades, where more than 4,000 residents are looking for jobs. Unemployment rates in November were 44.9 percent in South Bay and more...

Letters

Letter: Listen To The Residents

By at March 23, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

Over the yelling of special interests on all sides, the residents of Wellington have had the last and loudest word, and they are to be commended. No matter whom they voted for or which side of an issue they fall, they got engaged, and when the polls opened, they took time out of their busy lives to cast their vote. In record numbers they got involved in their community, more...

Letters

Letter: Election A Win For Wellington

By at March 23, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

The recounting of the votes of the Wellington election, and its revelation that Bob Margolis, Matt Willhite and John Greene won, accurately reflects the fact that voters were disenchanted with Mayor Darell Bowen and the two persons he and his special interest developer were supporting and financing. Defeating an incumbent is usually a very difficult thing to do, but an more...

Letters

Letter: Lou Jacobs On Wellington Election

By at March 23, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

Much will be written about the historic election that took place March 13 in Wellington. Especially now as we have found out that Matt Willhite and John Greene were also elected in addition to new Mayor Bob Margolis. Congratulations to all of the candidates. During this election, much was said about why our family chose to get involved. We love Wellington. It is our more...

Letters

Paper Ballots Are There Just For This Purpose

By at March 23, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

Just when the two sides in Wellington’s bitterly fought March 13 election were starting to put aside their differences and move on, a “glitch” in the programming of the equipment used by the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office upended the results announced last week. Winners became losers and losers became winners. The healing that had begun? Open more...

Our Opinion

Letter: Independence Vs. Lawsuit

By at March 23, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

Perhaps the greatest document ever written is the Declaration of Independence. That is what we have been fighting for since the grand jury proposed an “independent inspector general,” and here we are once again fighting for independence. We have fought from day one to leave the county commissioners out of this process, so we can truly have an independent inspector more...

Letters

Letter: Thanks To ITID For Assistance

By at March 23, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

I would like to extend my thanks and compliments to the Indian Trail Improvement District for their professionalism and expertise in resolving a street drainage issue on 69th Street North. Recently I had one of the unfortunate examples of the types of disputes that arise between neighbors who share a public street. The issue involved the storm runoff from their long more...

Letters

Letter: Seat The Properly Elected Council

By at March 23, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

By definition, to certify means “to declare something true and accurate by formal statement.” The certification that was issued for the Wellington council election may have been issued, but it was certifying something that was not true or accurate. It is incumbent upon the election officials to immediately void the current and existing certification and immediately more...

Letters

Letter: Petition Carriers Should Stop Harassing Us

By at March 23, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

How many times has a volunteer for the equestrian petition visited your home? Over the past four weeks, five people representing the equestrian petition have come to my home urging me to sign their petition. Five times we have told them no, that we do not agree with what they are advocating. But they will not take no for an answer. This group has continued to badger more...

Letters