Letters from Marlene Drozd, Douglas Murphy, Michael Pravica and Julie Fredericksen.
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Letters from Joseph Schillmoeller, Robert S. Tobias and Tim Hicks.
Letters from Lois Peters, Henry Soloway, Joanne Brunelle, Jan Mills and Ty Weller.
Business owners who chose to lease retail space at downtown's Container Park and are now complaining about lack of foot traffic and blaming their lack of prosperity on property management should take a closer look at their own business plans to explain their failures ("Uncontained complaints," Nov. 13 Review-Journal). I fully support independent businesses, but I also recognize new businesses often fail due to inexperience and poor decisions made by the owners and operators.
Claiming that he wants to keep Nevadans safe, Gov. Brian Sandoval wants to delay relocation to Nevada any Syrian refugees ("Plan to accept refugees attacked," Tuesday Review-Journal). Presumably, this is because one of the terrorists in Paris may have been posing as a Syrian refugee. By refusing relocation to our state, we could avoid allowing a terrorist to our midst.
Fairness in solar
Letters from Dan Zelna, Charles Parrish and John Turzer.
Letters from David M. Zamarin, William H. Isaac II and Hergit Llenas.
Letters from Owen Nelson, Thomas E. Petika, Walt Dybeck and Lev Schneiderman.
Letters from Kenneth F. Hines, Robert James and Jane Goldberg
PUC and the public
I praise the University of Missouri black students and their allied students and faculty for their victory against campus racism.
Why did our supposed representatives ever pass a law prohibiting red-light cameras in this state? Haven't they read the article claiming that Las Vegas is the fourth-worst city in the nation for red-light runners?
Letters from Dennis Leffner, Wendy Gelbart and James Magnuson.
Letters from Vito Tomasino, La Vonne Armbrust, John Esperian and Jeffrey M. Shear.
Your Nov. 1 article on the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Plant in Tonopah noted that the new facility will be selling power to NV Energy for 13.5 cents per kilowatt hour.
Letters from Regina Rothwell Roybal and James Fuhrman.
Steve Sebelius stated that Education Savings Accounts were sold to the Nevada Legislature, in part, "as a way to level the playing field between students from rich and poor backgrounds" ("The wealthy, not the poor, apply for ESAs," Nov. 1 Review-Journal). As soon as I read that, I knew he was digging deep into the Democratic Party class warfare playbook to discredit the program.
I loved the article, "Church of Bacon cooks up ambitious plans for center" (Oct. 31 Review-Journal). But it seems that Nick Aquilina, in his letter ("Church of Bacon," Wednesday Review-Journal), thinks the reporter and editor should take religion more seriously and that the article should have been placed in the entertainment section. Kind of like how at the library, the Bible is placed in the fiction section?
Mr. Trump may be a great dealmaker with other business people who are equally loutish or at least willing to put up with his lack of tact, but can he really be considered presidential and represent the powerful United States when meeting with world leaders who have impulse control, manners, cleverness and diplomacy skills?
In Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Coffin's letter ("Fairness to taxpayers," Oct. 25 Review-Journal, he takes issue with a Review-Journal editorial's conclusion that the city looks petty in its pursuit of payment from Clark County under the terms of a 1985 fire services agreement between the entities ("Dash for cash," Oct. 15 Review-Journal).
Letters from John M. McGrail, Pat Sharp, Gary Musser and Nick Aquilina.
I recently purchased a solar panel system for my home, and I've learned that net metering has come under fire because nonsolar customers face higher bills to subsidize those who have solar panels. How is this possible?
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