Letters: Week of 5/6/19

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Press readers

Nuclear dinosaur
To the editor: Big business has dominated this country and its politics too long. The Benton-Carroll-Salem School District didn’t complain when Republicans gave big tax cuts to corporations and schools lost millions.
Now we are supposed to subsidize two dinosaur nuclear power plants because FirstEnergy didn’t invest in clean energy.
A guest editorial in the April 22 issue of The Press criticized the subsidies offered through tax breaks to purchase electric vehicles but there is zero pollution from electric cars. Carbon dioxide from cars burning gas and coal-burning power plants are killing the planet.
Nuclear energy produces nuclear waste which nobody wants in their back yard.
A final gripe. Who is paying off our members of council in the City of Oregon? We have a proposal to pay $3 million rent with an option to buy the former Kmart property on Navarre Avenue for possible future development. Every community in the U.S. wants development but with no commitments all we are doing is wasting tax dollars.
Albert Kapustar
Oregon

Help for stuttering
To the editor: I’d like to ask your readers: Do you stutter? Do you know someone who does? Most people do. More than three million Americans and 70 million people across the globe stutter, but sadly it is still quite misunderstood. Help us change that.
May 13-19 is National Stuttering Awareness Week. To support the stuttering community, the nonprofit Stuttering Foundation launched a new website with easy-to-find information like articles, brochures, magazines, videos, research reports and counselor referrals, with a new laptop- and mobile-friendly interface.
The Stuttering Foundation has accurate, trusted information about stuttering and free help on its new website-- StutteringHelp.org.
Please take a look and tell a friend.
Jane Fraser
President, Stuttering Foundation
StutteringHelp.org

A heartfelt thanks
To the editor: The Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Seneca, Sandusky and Wyandot Counties joins others throughout the state of Ohio to show appreciation to first responders and front-line workers.
Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Boards throughout the state would like to recognize and show appreciation to those individuals who give tirelessly to individuals and communities during times of need. To show appreciation for the work they do on a daily basis.
The message of “Bringing Help. Bringing Hope. Thank You” week of appreciation (April 29 through May 5) allowed local leaders to demonstrate their gratitude to all of the individuals on the front lines who are working to eradicate the scourge of drugs, and help individuals coping with addiction recovery every day.
The Mental Health and Recovery Services Board encourages citizens of Seneca, Sandusky and Wyandot counties to find a way to show gratitude to their local first responders.
Please join us in expressing our thanks and gratitude to these individuals who spend their days helping to save lives.
Mental Health and Recovery Board of Seneca, Sandusky and Wyandot Counties

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