I read your article (“Experts advise Sun City Summerlin residents how best to deal with coyote population,” Sept. 29 Summerlin Area View) on the disturbance of coyotes. So many emotions flood over me on this subject and none of them very positive. My mom has lived in her house in Sun City for over 20 years.
READER SAYS KIDS SHOULDN’T USE POOL TABLES
READER WANTS COYOTES THINNED OUT
READER OBJECTS TO TREATMENT OF DOG
READER OBJECTS TO WORDING OF NONPROFIT’S GOAL
I was stirred to learn that others had concerns about the walkability of the Las Vegas sidewalks and meeting Federal Americans with Disability Act (ADA) standards.
My email is in response to the continuing problems at the crosswalk at the corner of University Avenue and Maryland Parkway near UNLV.
The North Las Vegas story is one that needs to be told. This city is no “North Town” shanty town any longer, with large land annexations to its boundaries in recent years.
I just read your article in the May 29 edition of the View in regard to “County aims to keep ozone levels under control.”