June 1, 2019
Please look at the facts and I think you will support HRC.


June 1, 2019
Good, reasonable people can disagree. Given its size, scope and use, we simply don’t believe the HRC belongs where it’s being proposed.


May 1, 2019
Someone needs to counter the misinformation being spread around the community.


May 1, 2019
HRC would be taking up very little space, water and roadway compared to what is already happening on the KP.


April 1, 2019
How about some real school funding reform?


April 1, 2019
A clarification from the No HRC group.


April 1, 2019
HRC Concerns.


March 1, 2019
Each month when the KP News arrives, I read it cover-to-cover and then say, “Wow.”


February 1, 2019
Fifteen years have passed since the last bond was approved. The need is greater every year.


February 1, 2019
Concerned residents ask the community to objectively look at the zoning laws and the community plan.


February 1, 2019
To ask a small rural neighborhood to bear the impact of a regional treatment center is wrong.


February 1, 2019
It is time for us to make our children and the quality of their education our number one priority.


February 1, 2019
Vote no Feb. 12 and start the real work with careful planning, cost control and maintenance of our existing facilities and keep special interests out of our pocketbooks.


January 1, 2019
Join me in voting yes for our Key Peninsula kids.


January 1, 2019
Great communities support great schools.


January 1, 2019
My hope is that the district will respect us and increase our wages.


January 1, 2019
The YMCA is researching options that would place the water tank away from the road and not in view of any homes.


October 1, 2018
The YMCA needs to listen to the community they are serving.


September 1, 2018
The 60-foot tall water tower proposed by YMCA Camp Seymour is not welcome on the Key Peninsula.


August 1, 2018
When you see someone from the fire department, please reach out and thank them for what they do.