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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    An education

    As to Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong grabbing a pencil and notepad and going out to lunch with Cuesta President Gil Stork ( Letters, June 20 ): Perhaps they should take along a ream of their respective college letterhead paper, too, and write letters of apology to the residents of San Luis...

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    Before you hang out

    I am visiting your town and read the article on hammocks with great interest (“ What does Cal Poly’s Hammock Club do? Hang around, mostly ,” June 17) — especially the part about hanging them from Big Sur’s oaks and redwoods.

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    Roundabout way

    In the recent copy of the Arroyo Grande Stagecoach Express, the city said it was making progress in addressing the “deficiencies” at the Brisco Road/Highway 101 interchange.

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    Not hate crimes

    We applaud holding politicians accountable for donation acceptance (“ Why did they accept hate money? ” June 24). Also, your stated desire to ask the pertinent questions to every candidate. Your editorial would have more validity if you did that.

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    Don’t stay silent

    On the Charleston shooting: There are no words, but much needs to be said. We have failed our children if we leave them the legacies of hatred, racism and division that continue to plague our country. All of us together is what makes the U.S. a great country. Let’s not let this moment pass...

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    Greed in Nicaragua

    May I extend my pleasure with The Tribune for its four-part series on the proposed building of the Nicaragua Canal and its impact on the local citizens. I was ready to cancel my Tribune subscription when it finally published some meat-and-potato journalism.

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    Rebel flag should go

    My ancestors from Maine fought in the Civil War to end slavery. I have their letters. The Confederate flag belongs in museums — not on government buildings. Slavery is wrong!

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    Aid Meals on Wheels

    Started by a dedicated group of locals in 1975 and serving continuously since then, Five Cities Meals on Wheels works year-round to help residents of our county. This year, we are celebrating our 40th anniversary!

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    No dogs for diners

    Since when did it become fashionable to bring a dog into a restaurant?

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    Sunny Acres works

    As you may remember, I was involved in raising several thousand dollars to help Dan DeVaul and Sunny Acres with their building code issues a couple years ago. But these funds were raised contingent on the county allowing the small sheds to remain occupied rather than destroying them.

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