Letters to the Editor

Opening a huge success

The Place! extends its sincere appreciation to Lincoln News Messenger and especially Editor Carol Feineman for your coverage, which helped to make our recent opening a huge success ...

Letter writer clarifies 10 percent state witholding

Last week I sent a letter regarding a 10% increase in deduction from the state withholdings. I spoke with Teri from assemblymen Ted Gaines office today and she informed me that I h ...

Walk in Obama's shoes

Re: President Barack Hussein Obama's promise of change, Dorothy M. James - President Obama's address is The White House - Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington D.C. 20500. If you haves ...

Cell towers could go elsewhere

T. Sharpe's Letter, "Cell Phone Towers Make Sense" (Aug.6) begs the question: Is it possible to get better cell phone service in Lincoln Crossing without placing two 90-foot cell p ...

Don’t dump your pets, because it’s likely a death sentence

Inviting a pet into your family is rewarding. But is not for everyone and should not be taken lightly! I understand that things happen but that is when personal responsibility co ...

U.S. legislators not doing their jobs

Well, folks, our brilliant legislators have done it again. First they bought General Motors and then started giving away three billion dollars of our tax money to people to trade i ...

Lincoln Crossing not 'stirring the pot'?

As chair of the Lincoln Crossing Ad Hoc Community Issues Committee, I write to take issue with ComSites West’s Keith Chamber’s "sense" that members of our organization "like to ...

Politicians need to learn to manage their money

What does the average person do when they run out of money? Most of us quit buying things. The average person usually tries to divide their income so that they can assure a roof ov ...

Writer questions watering at Foskett

I'm extremely curious as to the status of available irrigation water available to the City of Lincoln. There seems to be enough available for certain playing fields in the city lik ...

Ten percent witholding a no-no

Yesterday I learned that as of Nov. 1 the state would be withholding an additional 10 percent of my paycheck to help them balance the budget and that these funds would not be retur ...