Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: To firefighters of Folsom

This is to express my appreciation to the crew of firemen who came to my house in Folsom at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 17. We are most grateful for the exceptional way in which these pr ...

Letter to the Editor: A call to save Broder Ranch structure

There is a large stone structure on the Broder Ranch site off of East Natoma Street next to the golf course. It is historic in nature and must have been built in the late 1800s for ...

Letter to the Editor: Skype session with Italian sister city was a success

On behalf of the Murer House Foundation, I’d like to thank the City of Folsom for hosting the first of hopefully many Skype meetings with our Italian sister city, Crespano de ...

Letter to the Editor: Safety first on the roadside

I’m a little confused as to why the writer is shocked so few people attempted to assist her. Personally I wouldn’t have simply for safety reasons. I don’t know y ...

Letter to the Editor: Bicyclists with bad attitudes are hogging Folsom’s trails

In the years I’ve lived in Folsom I’ve always enjoyed the many trails around the city. My wife and I walk our dogs on the trails near our home, and for the most part th ...

Letter to the Editor: Mather noise not an issue

When I moved to Folsom back in 1989, some of the new developments here disclosed the fact there would be noise from Mather AFB.  I thought it was awesome seeing the KC-135&rsq ...

Letter to the Editor: Holiday tunes welcome

Mr. Ben Baity (Grass Valley), I regret that you were so offended by listening to “religious” music at OUR skating rink. There is a simple way to address this terrible p ...

Letter to the Editor: Dangers of shared trails

Recently, one of Folsom’s own firefighters — Eric Williams — suffered serious head injury after being hit by a bicyclist while jogging on a local trail. Complaint ...

Letter to the Editor: Lawsuit is a lot of noise

You might want to check the facts a bit in the future before publishing a story that seems mostly a rewrite of press releases from the permanent opponents of Mather Field. They wou ...

Letter to the Editor: Mather Field not at fault

Let’s see. Mather Field was opened in 1918 and served through two world wars. Now, people who built houses 65 years later in the flight path or are about to build houses on t ...