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    A push for openness

    The recent letters, editorials and articles supporting accountability, openness and responsiveness in public agencies is encouraging. The League of Women Voters wrote supporting the public’s right to know, accountability and information on decision-making; there has been coverage encouraging...

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    Thankful for vaccines

    My brother’s dream was to join the Royal Air Force and become a pilot. His eyesight wasn’t good enough. My best friend in high school wore glasses with the thickest “coke bottle” lenses. She has struggled with poor vision her whole life. Both of them had eyes damaged ...

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    Council should listen

    If you read what the people of San Luis Obispo have said and what three City Council members (Carlyn Christianson, John Ashbaugh and Dan Rivoire) apparently chose to not hear, it is clear these three council members either cannot read or hear what statistically significant majorities of residents...

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    Required reading

    I have just read your Feb. 11 editorial congratulating Cuesta College on its reaccreditation and commenting on the overall accreditation situation.

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    Quarry worries overblown

    Regarding The Tribune’s recent article about the Las Pilitas Resources quarry proposal:

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    Misery of measles

    I am immune to measles, mumps, rubella and chickenpox. I received my immunity the old-fashioned way: I suffered through each disease. In fact, my earliest memory was of the high fever I suffered with measles before I was 5 years old. Fortunately, my case did not develop into pneumonia, encephalitis...

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    There’s a strategy

    In response to the letter, “ Where’s the Strategy ” on Feb. 22: The writer asks, in reference to the president and his strategy for defeating ISIS: “Has anyone ever heard him explain a strategy?”

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    Long summer ahead

    Bravo to you on your well-written editorial regarding the Paso water offset program (“ Supervisors must adopt Paso water offset program ,” Feb. 22). You were very accurate when you mentioned the pitfalls of removing all restrictions. Out here east of Paso, we were witness to a flurry...

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    Just enjoy the ride

    Today, while at a stop sign on Los Osos Valley Road, I looked around and noticed that every driver in the nearby cars was texting. That telltale surreptitious looking down, furtively glancing up, then back down again, was happening all around me. It was so pervasive that I strangely questioned my...

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    Thanks, Pismo police

    Pismo Beach police are truly remarkable. An elderly tourist walked into my downtown office in a frantic state. He said he parked his car and went for a walk on the beach. His dog was in the car. When he returned, his car was missing.

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