Archive for the Category ‘Letters’

KHC thanks Young Life

KHC thanks Young Life

To the Editor: We want to give Keizer Young Life a big  thank you for again helping with our spring landscape clean-up at Keizer Heritage Center (the “Old School” on Chemawa next to Keizer City Hall). On Saturday, April 5, 19 Young Life students and leaders helped clean up all of the landscape debris left […]

Support Jensen for District 25

Support Jensen for District 25

To the Editor: I  have known Barbara Jensen for more than 10 years. Barbara’s personal experience in both private and public business settings and her strong ability to listen and communicate effectively, combine to make her an ideal candidate. Barbara has strong traditional values including support of traditional marriage and a pro-life stance on abortion, […]

How the Keizer Park Foundation accepts donations

How the Keizer Park Foundation accepts donations

To the Editor: The March 28 Keizertimes article on the Big Toy may have left readers with a mistaken understanding of how the Keizer Parks Foundation accepts donations and grants. Fortunately, we have had the opportunity to clarify this with the Keizer Rotary Foundation and welcome the opportunity to explain it to a wider audience: The […]

I support Barbara Jensen

I support Barbara Jensen

To the Editor: Barbara Jensen has been a close friend for the last 10 years. She embodies so many qualities that would make for a great state representative, but I feel the characteristic that holds the most weight for me is trust. Over the years, her consistency, resolve and dedication to work and causes that […]

Bill Post is a good choice for D-25

Bill Post is a good choice for D-25

To the Editor: I have concerns about the House District 25 primary race. I had never heard of Barbara Jensen until reading a very negative article in the newspaper where she charged Bill Post with some trivial “illegalities.” My immediate reaction was to defend Bill and to suspect Barbara of dirty politics. It takes a […]

Support for Barbara Jensen

Support for  Barbara Jensen

To the Editor: Barbara Jensen has the skills and experience to serve our community. I had the pleasure of working with Barbara at the Oregon Department of Energy and was pleased to hear that she is now running for state representative. As a small business owner and successful project manager, Barbara has the proven leadership […]

House District 25

House District 25

To the Editor: With the excitement of yesterdays filing day, I know many of us are now looking to what the general election holds.  I want you to know that I am backing a particular house district candidate that I believe will represent my district with the best leadership and experience to move us forward. […]

Salem river crossing

Salem river crossing

To the Editor: The Keizer City Council recently approved a new version of a bridge over the Willamette River, without a public meeting and without revealing to Keizer residents how the new alternative would affect them. The city council approved “by consensus” an alternative originally proposed by the Salem City Council last summer.  The so-called […]

Keizer power plant

Keizer power plant

To the Editor: I’d like to offer an observation on the proposed power plant.  I think this is an excellent climax to Mayor Lore Christopher’s long career. I go back to an article I read many years ago about the Washington Public Power Supply (WPPS) where, due to a typo, the ‘l’ was omitted from […]

Founders wanted citizen reps

Founders wanted citizen reps

By PHIL GERSTNER I greatly enjoy reading the Keizertimes each week. The paper is the best source for local coverage of the issues that matter most to the citizens of Keizer. I do have one suggestion for improvement. Please fold in a blood pressure pill when you run columns by Gene McIntyre. I have the […]

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