September 1, 2017 RSS feed / Letters

Impressed by library service

My daughter-in-law is a middle school teacher. When she heard I was going to the Simi Valley Library to purchase some used books, she asked if I would look for and buy a couple of books she wanted to use in her class.  More...

Cyclist vs. car debate endures

In response to Todd Nilsen’s Aug. 18 letter, I say, “If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem.”  More...

Frustrated by cable bill

I am writing to share my frustration with Spectrum television and cable. More...

Correcting the record on SB 1

Judy Mayer’s Aug. More...

Freedom must be protected

Wake up, America “If it be asked, what is the sacred duty and the greatest source of our security? . . . The answer would be inviolable respect for the Constitution and laws.” —Alexander Hamilton More...

In defense of natural lawns

I have a green lawn. It’s very healthy and doesn’t use near as much water as you might think, but I don’t think the water watchers want to hear that. More...

Don’t pass that stopped bus

As most of you are aware, school bus transportation is provided to students within SVUSD who are enrolled in one or more of the special-needs programs at our schools. More...

Don’t skimp on tennis courts

Simi Valley tennis players should not continue to lose access to park resources to accommodate pickleball. More...

A heartfelt thank you

In the spirit of acknowledging those behind the scenes, I would like to thank Linda Noble for her service to our Simi Valley Community, for her tireless effort to help me collect SOAR signatures, for her service to her house of worship and for turnin More...

Early Halloween proposal

I have a suggestion for Simi Valley. I would like to propose that we, as a city, have our official trick-or-treating on the Saturday before Oct. 31, rather than always having it on Oct. More...