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Let’s serve veterans as well as they've served us

Give back to vets in need

More than one a day. That is how many members of our active-duty military, National Guard and Reserve forces have committed suicide over the last year.

Letters to the Editor: Seeing red on red light cameras

Seeing red on red light cameras

Winter Park is in the wrong side of this issue, and with GATSO which is an out-of-state and out-of-country for-profit camera contractor.

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A consensus, not a controversy

Recently, the City Commission unanimously passed a new ordinance to revise the rules for restaurants in the Park Avenue area.

Letter to the editor: Stop overfunding MAHA

Mayor Schieferdecker and Councilman Valdes ignored the main thrust of the petitioners and tried to discredit them.

Because the city has already agreed to give MAHA a 51-year evergreen lease, its only tool left for challenging MAHA to perform is funding. This should be used with deliberate conviction.

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Moving Winter Park's most valuable room.

What an innovative approach to solving the Capen House dilemma.

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A Wells Fargo lesson for Sun Trust

For more than eight years, I’ve been a “broken record” on the need for a Winter Park Preservation Foundation.

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Hurricanes are not our biggest threat

Earthquakes are not foreign to Florida; just none have occurred in the last century.

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There's a bully on the playground

The American Heart Association is supporting House Bill 525 and Senate Bill 392.

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An eye-opening statement

Recently developer Dan Bellows proposed a plan for his Ravaudage development a so-called “Interlocal” agreement.

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One of the most asinine statements I have ever heard from a public official

In one of the most asinine statements I have ever heard from a public official, Commissioner Steven Leary opined, “50 percent of something is better than 100 percent of nothing."

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For at least one day, groundbreaking preservation accomplishment trumped special interests.

For at least one day (and hopefully many, many more!), groundbreaking preservation accomplishment trumped special interests.

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A commitment to this developer now will set a precedent others may expect.

A commitment to this developer now will set a precedent others may expect.

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Sequester may be good for America

The “Sequester” could be the best thing for middle-class America.

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Clyde Moore is a real gem

A bright light appeared in your paper, a column by Clyde Moore.

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Wistful memories of Roper’s Grill

One of my earliest jobs as a teenager was with, would you believe it, the goat-man himself, Sam Roper.