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Letters

  • Letters to the editor

    SECO CEO urges
    residents to sign petition
    Everyone wants lower electric bills. At SECO, we understand that. We are a not-for-profit electric co-op that delivers high reliability, renowned customer service and the lowest rates possible while remaining financially sound. Our average residential rate is lower than the average municipal, co-op, and investor-owned utility in Florida.

  • Letters to the editor

    A witch hunt!
    This letter is intended for the three Webster City Council Members who voted against the Mayor’s nominee for Police Chief and all of the residents who circulated scurrilous rumors and slanderous accusations against the interim chief whose job performance has been exemplary.
    This is the 21st Century and The Salem Witches being burned at the stake are a shameful part of our past history. Apparently, some people do not get the fact that a person’s personal and private life is just that!

  • Letter to the editor

    Lending a helping hand
    There is still time to attend the remaining free concerts sponsored by Seeds of Hope and benefiting the Wildwood Soup Kitchen and Wildwood Food Pantry.
    Please help our Seeds of Hope team celebrate 10 great years of helping to re-stock the shelves of the Wildwood Food Pantry and the Wildwood Soup Kitchen who’s faithful volunteers help feed the hungry, the lonely and the homebound in our area.  

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    Sports helpers needed
    Wildwood Dixie Youth League is in need of umpires, coaches and help running the concession stand.
    Individuals, clubs or groups are welcome. We also welcome high school students needing community service hours.
    Please volunteer to help the youth in our community ages 4 -12 who wish to play tball, baseball and softball. Any assistance you are willing to provide will be most appreciated.
    Please contact us at wildwooddixieyouthleague@gmail.com or call Becky @ 352-516-8963 to volunteer or request additional information.

  • Letters to the editor

    About outsourcing
    Several readers are blaming U.S. companies for outsourcing manufacturing. No company wants to outsource if they can profitably do the work in house; outsourcing is very difficult to manage. Companies outsource for the following reasons:
    1. U.S. corporation taxes are the highest in the world. Some companies may choose to sacrifice in various manners to reduce income taxes, but they pay in a different way.
    2. U.S. regulations (EPA, Safety) are the most stringent in the world driving costs up.

  • Letters to the editor

    Yes Sir Mr. Brown board
    Recently WREC’s web site issued this warning. “Washington wants you to pay more for your electricity. Translated - Don’t blame us, it’s Washington’s fault.

  • Letters to the editor

    Do as I say not as I do
    Recently we have seen much criticism of our law enforcement, the people who keep us safe, those run towards danger when everyone else is running away!

  • Letter to the editor

    Bring jobs back
    My friend grew up in the St. Louis metropolitan area from 1975-1993. Ferguson is part of the St. Louis metro area.
    Most of the decent economic opportunity left Ferguson and the rest of the St. Louis metro area 20-30 years ago.
    Corporations are unpatriotic, and they have been pulling jobs out of the United States and taking them to low wage countries to maximize their profits.
    Republicans say that Americans are lazy, they lack ambition and that they do not want to work.

  • Letters to the editor

    Fur-ever thankful
    Though this time of year is our busiest with community events and pet adoptions, we must slow down and take this opportunity to express our most sincere gratitude to our supporters. You, the community, have allowed us to live up to and honor our mission with your contributions of time, funds and the labor of love. For this … we’re Fur-ever thankful.

  • Letter to the editor

    Praise for sheriff's office

    We all take public servants for granted until we need them. In recent days, our family has had the opportunity to witness the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office at their finest.
    During a recent family emergency, Deputy Mike Voss, in particular, has demonstrated amazing empathy, compassion and concern in helping our family.
    We would like to take this opportunity to thank him and the rest of the sheriff’s department publicly for all they have done for the family.
    The Gary Willming family