Free Speech Letters, 11/8/11

Legal … with an “L”
Legal immigrants is the keyword. A lot of people were skeptics, now they should be believers. I for one, being in law enforcement, know through police sites that I visit that there are communities around the country harboring illegals (cheap labor) and purposely keeping this issue a secret from the Feds. I am happy that the city of Dayton is extending a helping hand to those who will eventually become loyal Americans.
Mark Rodney
[RE: “Welcome to Dayton?” by Dayton Mayor Gary Leitzell, 11/1/11]

A golden thank-you
Hi Tom. I’m writing on behalf of the Golden Lamb restaurant in Lebanon. Thank you for your positive review of the Golden Lamb. Many of our patrons come from Dayton and its surrounding communities, and we appreciate the attention your review will bring.
Krystan Krailler
The Golden Lamb,
Lebanon, Ohio

A chucker wannabe
I laughed all the way through this entertaining article. I could picture perfectly each and every event and just see these guys pondering, planning, building, testing, and on and on. The entire story is fun. I am envious of the pumpkin chuckers.
Katharine Harrison
[RE: “Look out below” by Mark Luedtke, 11/1/11]

Thanks for your voice
Mayor Leitzell,
The summation on the Welcome Dayton plan was concise and neatly addressed the issues involved. I’m glad that got into the Dayton City Paper this week. Our Culture Builds Community program is going straight into these emerging communities and will certainly serve many of these neighborhoods.
Dave Barber
Cityfolk
[RE: “Welcome to Dayton?” by Dayton Mayor Gary Leitzell, 11/1/11]

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