Letters to the Editor Sept. 19, 2020

Joe’s the Man Dear Editor A friend asked me why I am voting for Joe Biden. I am voting for Joe’s life, his character, the choices he has made. When he was a kid with a stammer, he could have retreated into angry silence, he chose to work hard to overcome it, years before we […]

Letters to the Editor Sept. 12, 2020

Hannah’s Legacy Dear Editor, The Hannah’s Legacy Foundation would like to thank everyone that attended and/or contributed to our 3rd annual golf outing that took place on August 3rd at the Davison Country Club. The generosity of the sponsors, golfers and the community raised over $15,000. We also would like to mention the volunteers that […]

Letters to the Editor Aug. 29, 2020

(In response to, “Downtown septic system upgrades proposed,” The Citizen, Aug. 22, page 1) Septic system update Dear Editor, The Kratt Family would like to thank The Citizen for your article emphasizing our dedication to Downtown Ortonville along with the DDA for their assistance in building renovations and engagement . After seeing the overwhelming support […]

Letters to the Editor Aug. 22, 2020

Family movie night Dear Editor, Brandon Township Parks & Recreation was honored to host our annual Family Movie Night , Aug. 15, 2020. We could not have done it without the support of our wonderful event sponsors: Genisys Credit Union, The Citizen Newspaper, Ortonville Ace Hardware, Randy Wise Ford, Brandon-Groveland Youth Assistance, Austin Brick Paving […]

Letters to the Editor Aug. 15, 2020

Thank you Dear Editor, Ortonville and surrounding communities. Thank you for the cards, kind words, prayers, and support over the past 7 months. Your outpouring of care and concern has lodged a special place in our hearts. We are beyond grateful for everything you have done for Joe and our family. A huge thank you […]

Letters to the Editor Aug. 8, 2020

(In response to, “Rep. Slotkin seeking second term,” The Citizen, July 25, page 9) A healthy press Dear Editor, David Fleet’s article on Rep. Elissa Slotkin was an exemplary piece of responsible journalism. Fleet focused on the substance of Rep. Slotkin’s service, probing into facts that can be checked and substantiated, rather than allowing an […]

Letters to the Editor Aug. 1, 2020

(In response to, “You tend to your business, I’ll tend to mine,’ a column by Don Rush, July 25, page 19) Mr. Rush, ‘what are you thinking’ Dear Editor, Mr. Rush, Either you flunked basic high school science, are totally medically clueless or perhaps just willfully ignorant— maybe all three?  Unless of course you were […]

Letters to the Editor July 25, 2020

All’s well in Ortonville Dear Editor, It’s been a busy July in Ortonville! The Village offices are once again open for face to face assistance. The Village Council approved a conservative budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year, and considerations were made for the unknown variables of the current economic climate. The Farmer’s Market is open […]

Letters to the Editor July 18, 2020

Thank you Citizen Dear Editor, Thanks to The Citizen for the Viewpoints page. Letters to the Editor are so American, dating back to the birth of our infant democracy. They are a sign that our troubled nation is working out our problems, that our community is robust and contentious, features of a healthy democracy. Our […]

Letters to the Editor July 11, 2020

Patriot Pavilion Dear Editor, I was very fortunate to attend the Groveland Township Patriot Pavilion Dedication Ceremony on Saturday, July 4th on Grange Hall Road. Teresa Bills and Laurie Dallape planned this honorable event to remind us all that our freedom is not FREE. Currently Avery Bills is serving in the Navy and Teresa is […]

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