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Letter to the Editor: From Gallatin Fire Chief

Darryl,

I wanted to let you know we appreciate everyone’s hard work at GPC. You’ve created an ever lasting historic memory for the community with the excellent coverage of the fire on the square.

Also, thanks so much for all the photos and newspaper copies.

Doug Hamilton, Chief

Gallatin Fire Prot. Dist.

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Letter to the Editor: From the City Admin

Dear Editor:

It is the duty of the city council to make the financial decisions regarding our city. It is your right and responsibility to question those decisions. This is why the city council will hold their next meeting (March 24 at 6:00) at the Dockery Park shelter building to encourage members of our community to come and ask questions and get the facts about the issues facing us all.

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Letter to the Editor: Young Firefighters in Gallatin

Dear Editor:

Good job on covering the devastating fire in our little town yesterday. You guys did a remarkable job as well. I am very appreciative of all the men and women of the fire departments as well. I would also like to let you know of Tyler Carder of Gallatin Fire Protection District; J.D. Berten of Trenton Fire Explorers; and Wayde King of Trenton Fire Explorers also responded. These

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Letter to the Editor: Response to Editorial

Editor:

Newspapers are supposed to be the watchdog for the people. With that in mind, I do not understand the local paper championing the City of Gallatin’s misapplication of utility revenues with its scornful editorial last week which attempted to intimidate and demean anyone who signs the petition for a state audit of the City of Gallatin.

We are paying rates 50% higher than FEC, 14 cents compared to 9

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Letter to the Editor: Gallatin Fire

Dear Editor:

The first engine to arrive at the fire scene on March 15, 2014, in Gallatin did a very good job. They controlled the fire to protect the buildings on either side until more help could arrive.

As a retired fireman form North Kansas City with 36 years on the job, I feel Gallatin and all the other towns in the area should feel proud to have these type

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor:
I will start this letter off by stating that I do not have “a dog in this fight” but I am concerned when public entities avoid direct questions or skirt around the issue. I am referring to the two letters reference PWSD#2 in the Feb. 12 edition of the North Missourian. Mr. England raised a single issue in his letter, but the response from Daviess County PWSD#2 did

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Letter to the Editor: A Reply

Dear Editor:

Daviess County Public Water Supply District #2, servicing portions of both Daviess County and Caldwell County, has transitioned into the 21st century by currently replacing old, customer-read meters with new meters that obtain the readings remotely when driving by. The results have been accepted positively by most customers.

Meters that have been in use for 20-plus years have a tendency to slow down or stop, whereas the new

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Letter to the Editor: PWSD #2

Dear Editor:

We have an on-going, unresolved problem with PWSD#2.

Mid summer 2013, new drive by readable water meters were installed. All new meters were all zeros to start with stationary zero at end of reading. First month our reading was 1,305 gallons, our normal usage for past eight years, but was billed for 13,050 gallons! We do not use that much water in a year!

I made two trips

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Letter to the Editor: Penney Around Gallatin

Dear Editor:

Thank you for the article on the life of J.C. Penney. He was a great businessman and a man with a great sense of humor. There is a story he often told about one of his many trips to Gallatin.

Mr. Penney would frequently take business associates with him to his farm near Hamilton.

On this occasion, he and his guests decided to help with some chores, so

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