Letters to the Editor
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I notice with much interest the idea of having half of the County Commission meetings in Fairhope starting in October. My point of question is why? I know they say there isn’t enough room … more
 I want to thank you for your article about how the local hospitals and healthcare workers are handling this covid pandemic. I appreciate that you recognized that that everyone working in this … more
President Biden has a choice to make: Does he want to establish his legacy as a president who fought for voting rights, or not?In order to be remembered as a president who fought for voting rights, … more
My letter relates to the front-page article on school mask requirements which appeared in the August 6, 2021, edition of The Baldwin Times. Superintendent Tyler is quoted at least three times in the … more
We know you are all tired of COVID, and so are we. No one wants this pandemic to end more than the organizations listed below. If you are vaccinated, you probably feel like you have done your part … more
I first noticed you behind me today, following a little too close in your silver ToyotaSUV. When the light at 104 & 181 turned yellow and I stopped instead of accelerating, I could tell you were … more
An open letter to an unvaccinated friend: You’ve decided not to get the vaccine. I can understand that. The vaccines are still relatively new, so they haven’t had time to go through the … more
My renewal notice for the Gulf Coast News arrived and I find myself in a dilemma. Steve Flowers opinion column is the problem. I find his column hollow, predictable and un-newsworthy. Typically, I … more
At the start of their new terms, Fairhope’s top two elected officials agree that former Mayor Karin Wilson’s plan to bulldoze the historic park at the Municipal Pier is dead. In … more
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