Conflict of interest? ...How
ironic it is then that the chairman of LTC’s board, Neil Marzella, is
leading the charge to develop a world-class motorsports complex in
Indian River that, if built, will permanently scar, pollute and degrade
an otherwise quiet and scenic community.Busted at Sleeping Bear
me give you all a warning. If you go to our National Lakeshore to hike
or whatever, be very careful. Watch out for your friendly park ranger. I
was alone, walking down a Lakeshore path in the rain, minding my own
business when out of the blue, I’m mugged by this park ranger. I produce
my drivers license and my Michigan Medical Marijuana card. I’m 65 years
old and retired...
No meth epidemic here Re:
“The Shadowland Bust,” 5/27) The fact is that meth is just one of many
epidemics and I do not believe Michigan has a epidemic in this field. Also
the pilots who accidently bombed Canadian troops in the Kosovo war were
found to have been up on meth for many days...
Gunshots on the Platte I
am sure that no resident of the Platte River Watershed neighborhood is
unaware of the nearly daily event of gunshots ringing through our
beautiful forest community. This is alarming for a number of reason...
More trail tips It
is great that you rode the North Eastern State Trail (“One Wild Ride,”
5/20). As you noted, it is a very rural trail where you will see more
wildlife than people. It is also great that you told readers to be
prepared as there are limited services along the trail A few
Don’t forget da U.P. I
must say that your front page photo - “Spring Styles,” April 15, shows a
nicely done flag misrepresentation of Michigan showing only the Lower
Peninsula. Having also lived in the Copper Country
(Houghton - Hancock) for 25 years previous to moving to the Lower
Peninsula, I am totally aware that Michigan has two peninsulas, both
very nice in their own way...