Letters to the Editor, underground utilities, Loyola Corners

Recognition spotlights Bring Me A Book

We are so proud of the article you published about Bring Me A Book that we shared it with our board, donors and friends (“Local group wins award from Library of Congress,” Nov. 20).

Many readers had a connection to the article because you included how we support early literacy, engage E3 Youth Philanthropy volunteers, partner with the Family Engagement Institute at Foothill College and receive support from Los Altos Community Foundation. We appreciate that you referenced our book lists and encouraged people to visit our website for more information.


Letters to the Editor, Alzheimer's, elections

Experimental drug may treat Alzheimer’s

Over 5 million people in the United States alone suffer from the deteriorating effects of Alz- heimer’s disease. The majority of people know someone who suffers from Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia.

Letters to the Editor, Los Altos City Council, dangers of 5G

LA council throwing citizens under the bus

The title of a Nov. 27 letter to the editor – “Los Altos City Council supports citizens” – is misleading at best.

Burning through $100,000 of our tax dollars (with no end in sight) and allowing Shaw Consulting to claim we need “3,000 square feet or larger with at least 20 feet separation from dais to speaker podium” for council meetings (without a shred of supporting data) is more like throwing citizens under a bus.


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The Town Crier welcomes letters to the editor on current events pertinent to Los Altos, Los Altos Hills and Mountain View. Write to us at 138 Main St., Los Altos 94022, Attn: Editor, or email editor Bruce Barton at bruceb@latc.com. Because editorial space is limited, please confine letters to no more than 200 words. Include a phone number for verification purposes. Anonymous letters will not be printed.

You can also have your say right here at losaltosonline.com – scroll to the bottom of any story to add a comment. 

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