April 21, 2017 RSS feed / Letters

Return to the old limit lines

Regarding the April 14 article “Crossing Confusion,” I was curious as to why Metrolink chose these two crossings to upgrade.  In my 40 years in Simi Valley, I cannot remember a train/ vehicle collision, and the only train/pedestrian More...

Preserve and protect field lab

I strongly endorse the article “Knight urges NASA to save test stands” that appeared in the April 7 edition of the Simi Valley Acorn. More...

Open letter to the congressman

Hello Congressman Knight, I hope this day finds you and your family well and that you all had a wonderful Easter. More...

Kind strangers abound in Simi

As part of the making “Simi Valley the thankful city” task, I want to thank the kind stranger who returned my lost wallet to me. A few weeks ago I was filling up at the gas station like any other day. More...

New director on board at library

Thank you for mentioning the Simi Valley Public Library in the Acorn. As the new director, I am very pleased to be part of the ongoing work that the City of Simi Valley and all of the library staff team members have been doing so well.  More...

Administrators do a great job

I just read a letter to the editor critical of our SVUSD leadership and administrators. The writer fails to give facts to support the views expressed. That is the writer’s right. More...

Apathy may be USA’s undoing

In 1969 after observing the anti-war teach-ins, Sen. Gaylord Nelson began work that established the first Earth Day celebration on April 22, 1970. More...