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Letters to the Editor

Bike lanes are a great idea

DEAR EDITOR: Kudos to Niles City Council for retaining the new bike lanes on Hartzell Avenue. I commute by bicycle frequently for errands, not requiring my car. These include for groceries, haircuts, drug store and hardware items. Making our roads bike friendly has been shown to add ...

Don’t stick me with ‘onion’

DEAR EDITOR: I cannot stand by and allow the Tribune Chronicle to disparage my name with an “onion” without responding. Contrary to what was reported, I was never part of a committee that reviewed bike lanes in Niles. Furthermore, I never received any email nor public notices of a ...

Give workers union choice

DEAR EDITOR: There has been much news lately about the United Auto Workers union attempting to obtain members in the new Ultium facility in Lordstown. We are fortunate to have this valuable manufacturing plant in our area. It certainly places us in a new era of automobile manufacturing. But it ...

Vote O’Brien commissioner

DEAR EDITOR: Michael J. O’Brien should be our next Trumbull County commissioner because he has a special gift. No matter how an official serves the public, it’s important to keep track of what the official and voters want. That’s what he does. O’Brien, with a depth of experience in ...

Whaley should be governor

DEAR EDITOR: I see regular negative commercials about Nan Whaley that are being run by the Republican Party. Nan Whaley is running for Governor of Ohio. Most of us know little, if anything, about her. She studied at the University of Dayton, where she met her husband. First elected Mayor of ...

Vance tries to ‘scare up’ votes

DEAR EDITOR: Republican U.S. Senate candidate J.D. Vance certainly knows how to spread lies and scare people for their votes. His latest lie is campaigning that the Inflation Reduction Act will raise taxes — a direct hit to his Democratic opponent Tim Ryan, who supported this. But Vance has ...