Letters to the editor from the Toledo Blade’s Oct. 13, 2016, edition.
These are letters that did not appear in the print edition of The Blade.
The letters to the editor published in The Blade on Oct. 12, 2016.
These letters did not appear in the print edition of The Blade.
Letters to the Editor from the Oct. 11, 2016, edition of The Blade
Who, other than the fire chief and the chief of police, needs a city-owned vehicle at their disposal all day and night? (Oct. 3, ‘‘Mayor limits city vehicles taken home”). I can answer that: no one. That means not the mayor, city
Soon the U.S. Census Bureau will be releasing its annual poverty report showing in the last 50 years taxpayers have spent more than $22 trillion on anti-poverty programs with little change in poverty levels. Click here to submit a letter to the
What do we make of our choices this election? We must choose between a bombastic and often crude nonpolitician who speaks his mind and who promotes change and reform, and a corrupt and dishonest politician who will say what she thinks we want to
It is difficult to understand The Blade’s Sept. 29 article regarding police and fire layoffs (‘‘Police, fire officials air hope for income tax”). It says there could be 210 to 220 officers and 211 firemen laid off. That is
Thank you for the editorial lauding the vital job that our safety forces’ dispatchers do for us (Oct. 2, “Taking calls, keeping the pain”). Prior to retiring three years ago, I spent nearly 30 years as a Toledo police