Tuesday, August 4, 2020
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Random Letters — 4/16/20

Voting by Mail Voting by mail should replace voting at the polls in its entirety.  The two institutions that can definitely be trusted are the...

Random Letters — 3-19-20

Coronavirus Doubts In the state of California there are 37, 253,956 people and today there are less than 200 who are infected. What is that...

Random Letters — 12-19-19

Letters to the Editor

Random Letters — 12/5/19

Here’s a Story Idea: How a Church Snuck a Cell Tower Under Our Nose I have a story idea about an important public safety issue...

Random Letters — 11-21-19

Lewis Wright Remembered I’ve recently learned of the sudden death of Lewis Wright.  Lewis was a good friend of mine, and was my idea of...

Random Letters— 11-7-19

Wesson Vents at LA Times Attack As you all know, I’m a pretty even-tempered guy. But sometimes, even I have to vent. And this is...

Random Letters — 10/24/19

Gentrification in San Pedro Your astute publication of “Gentrification in San Pedro: What We Lose” (by Arlo Tinsman-Kongshaug; Sept. 26, 2019) hits the nail on...

Random Letters: 9-26-19

Glacial Movement at POC Great stories!  As a San Pedran, I think the last sentence of your OpEd on Ports O’Call is spot on....

Random Letters — Open Letter Regarding Reopening of the San Pedro Navy Fuel Depot; You Can’t Fight City Hall

Open Letter Regarding the Reopening of the San Pedro Navy Fuel Depot Dear Gregg Smith: My husband’s name was Greg Smith, but he only spelled it...

Random Letters 5-16-19 — Renewed Fueling Operations; Re: “Beyond Barr’s Muddling of the Mueller Report”

Renewed Fueling Operations We are strongly opposed to Alternative 1 which would allow a commercial lessee to potentially expand fueling storage and operations at...

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