Letters To The Editor
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Nothing to be afraid of
While the Florida Legislature debates health care on many fronts, an important health care measure that has been in the works for several years and takes significant steps to better protect one of Florida’s most vulnerable populations —...
Twenty-five years ago I was involved in managing Pasco County Solid Waste. The county commissioners and their staff knew its landfills were filling up faster than anticipated and were getting more expensive to construct, manage, monitor and close. Th...
Thanking our protectors
It was a twitch in his pinky finger that would later be recognized as one of the first signs that Parkinson’s disease had entered his life. It was my dad I am referring to, and like many people, he just hoped it would go away. It wasn’t...
Regarding “Atlanta scandal offers educators, lawmakers lessons,” Joe Brown, April 16): Thanks for your column. You’re savvy enough to get it, and I thank you for saying it in print. The three-legged stool analogy is one that I us...
No Alice in Wonderland
I hope we learned a lesson last week when the Florida mailman piloted his gyrocopter onto the front lawn of the U.S. Capitol. All the talking heads were giving their opinion and calling for a department head change on the Sunday morning talk shows. T...
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