Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Letters to the Editor

Community Voices: Vote NO on Prop E, the School Pool Boondoggle Re-Finance Plan

1) It's important that voters recall the Union-Tribune article in 2009 about the SCHOOL POOL boondoggle. The SCHOOL POOL is also called...

Community Voices: Proposition E: Why vote for more taxes?

I know, I know; there's so much noise surrounding the Proposition E issue. Why should I weigh in? I wrestled with this...

Community Voices: Breaking News Will Impact Prop. E: $4.5 Billion More for LCFF Plan

Important BREAKING news about Prop.E, Prop.98 and Governor Brown: Summary of "May 2014 Budget Revisions" from page 16 "The May Revision focuses on...

Community Voices: Sample “Love Note” For Landlords

"Dear Tenant: Due to passage of Prop E on 3 June, your rent will be increased effective 15 July 2014. This is legal since...

Community Voices: To me, Prop E really comes down to the new funding formula

Those making the simple argument that the current CUSD Board is fiscally irresponsible are living in the past. Rather, the Board planned quite well...

Community Voices: Vote No on E

I am voting NO on E. After reading every Letter to the editor and carefully weighing The pluses and minuses this is my decision....

Community Voices: Prop E

Why is the requirement for all Coronado residents to pay more money through an additional tax, the only answer for providing sufficient resources for...

Community Voices: Yes on E?

SUPPORT OUT-OF-CONTROL SPENDING AND UNLIMITED PROPERTY TAXATION. PLEASE VOTE NO. - Related stories: Prop E

Community Voices: Prop E Mailer Insulting

The letter was submitted to eCoronado.com from Coronado resident Ray Richardson. It's Saturday night and I'm having dinner with family friends here in...

Community Voices: Prop E – Its not about the excess School Property or the Pool

Mr. John O'Leary, aka Mr. Watson, posted a blog and is moderating comments. I tried to comment twice but he rejected them...

Community Voices: Prop E – Yes, Sell off School Property – No

I have been reading both sides of the Prop E debate. I am amazed that some opponents of Prop E would suggest...

Community Voices: CUSD, Are You Kidding Me?

You really have the audacity to expect Coronado homeowners to pay ANOTHER $29 Million in property taxes? That's an ADDITIONAL $9300 for every...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Endorsement for Stacy Keszei for Coronado Unified School Board

Submitted by Matthew GriffithPlease accept this letter as an endorsement for Stacy Keszei for Coronado Unified School Board. Having personally known Stacy and her...

Golf Course Water Recycling – Story Poles Misleading

Submitted by Ann WilsonI watched last week’s Golf Course Advisory Committee Meeting on Coronado TV with interest as city staff was presenting information about...

Strong Support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board

Submitted by Jon Palmieri & Cara ClancyWe are writing to affirm our strong support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board. Having lived in...

A Thank You to the Coronado Police Department

Submitted by Sebastian Taylor  Coronado Police Department; I Wish I Was Suprised, I'm Not...A few days ago, I witnessed something, something which, to many would...

NEW STORIES

Artist Profile: Dave Samara, Bagpipes (video)

The plaintive call of bagpipes, yes bagpipes, sings out on Orange Avenue most Saturday afternoons as musician Dave Samara seeks to help a local...

Voting and Ballot Drop-Off Locations for Coronado

The City of Coronado will have two locations to drop-off your ballot:Coronado Library, located at 640 Orange Avenue - do not put in...

John Duncan Dreams Big: City Council Candidate Talks Housing, Beach Pollution, Tourism and Diversity

For John Duncan--who’s running for Coronado City Council--it was all a dream.In 2006, before he lived here full-time, Duncan rented a historic home on...

COVID-19 and Flu Shot Update From Sharp Coronado Hospital

Six months after the county shut down in response the coronavirus in mid-March, Sharp Coronado CEO Susan Stone shares what the COVID-19 numbers currently...

Short Council Meeting Focused on Awards and COVID-19 Business Accommodations

For the first time in months, the City Council began its September 15 meeting with a ceremonial presentation to proclaim “Arts in Education Week”...