March 17, 2017 RSS feed / Letters

RSRPD listened to neighborhood

In response to the March 10 letter “Park contains two design flaws,” I would like to thank Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District for listening to the concerns of the neighborhood.  More...

Mom grateful to volunteers

I could fill an entire issue of the Acorn with names of volunteers who have made a positive impact on the lives of our son and daughter.  More...

Cancer patients need coverage

My family has been deeply touched by cancer. As the mother of a cancer survivor and an American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network volunteer, I am anxious about healthcare coverage. Disruptions in care could be devastating. More...

‘We are victims of gaslighting’

Some people, including some who have written letters to the Acorn, have questioned the motives of those of us who have demonstrated at local congressional offices and other locales. More...

Superintendents value safety

As superintendents who represent more than 63,000 public school students, we share a commitment to ensure that all students feel safe, respected and, nurtured in our schools.  As parents, we know there are many societal and peer pressures that r More...

Forums not just for angry hippies

Did you know that Charles Manson demanded entitlements? Did you know he did not believe in contributing (work) to the society he lived in? Did you know that he and the Manson family tried to start a race war? More...

Protestors are angry, not paid

This letter is in response to Chet Warwick’s March 10 letter, “Democrats trying to smear Knight.”  First of all, the secretary of state’s website states that Knight won by 53 percent of the vote in a highly gerrymandered More...