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Raising granddaughters, in need of some help with gifts this Christmas

Dear Clare County Review, I have never wrote a letter like this before. Thank you for the opportunity to possibly get help this year for Christmas. My situation is long ,…

Response to Townsend

Dear Editor: After reading Bob Townsend’s response to my letter about immigration I was not sure if he understood the point I was trying to make, or not. His offer…

I will be running again…

Dear Editor, I appreciate those who voted for me in my campaign for Harrison mayor. I have been assured of the vote total matching the number of votes for both…

Gupta responds to letter, explains safety concerns

To the Editor: In response to comments made last week regarding traffic safety improvements at the Colonville Country Store in Sheridan Township, I share the following: As Engineer-Manager of the…

Close calls lead to actions for traffic safety

To the Editor: I think it is great that Sheridan Township has an environment that supports small business. We have amish and non amish business’s. I wouldn’t want that to…

Appreciation

Dear Editor Just as we were preparing to move to Florida, . Shirley Abbott fell, and broke her hip.  This experience will delay our trip for a month or two,…

Duggan responds to Dunn letter, cites safety for Colonville Road

Dear Editor: I am the chairperson of the Board of County Road Commissioners for the County of Clare, and I write to you in response to a letter submitted by…

Clare BOE needs to support the teachers

To the Editor We have a problem in our local school system specifically with the Board of Education.  They don’t seem to understand that our teachers need to be supported. …

Response to Grigg letter on immigrants

To the Editor As we went to the polls and celebrated our Democracy last week, I couldn’t help but notice the contrast between that affirmation of our nation and the…

County Road Commission challenged

Dear Editor Below is an excerpt of an email letter received from CCRC’s counsel on October 30th, 2018.  Mr. Henn who is acting as the FOIA, Freedom of Information, Coordinator…