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Editor,I enjoyed Publisher Joe Sukle’s commentary in the Aug. 22 Press And Journal regarding Chris Courogen, Middletown borough secretary and director of communications (“When control of borough news becomes a blackout’’). I knew after … more
Editor,Over the past few weeks, I have heard from many Middletown residents who are concerned about the borough’s financial situation.Many of their concerns are based upon rumors and misinformation. I’d like to clear things up.Yes, it is true, … more
I am thankful the Press And Journal gave space in the run up to the election for viewpoints in favor of each of the two principal candidates. This is especially important since two elected officials in the town vociferously came out for Donald … more
Editor, Here are some other politically correct issues to consider: I agree with our Native American population. I am highly insulted by the racially charged name of the Washington Redskins. One might argue that to name a professional … more
Editor, I am writing in response to Sheldon Richman’s column, “Life without FEMA? It can happen’’ [Nov. 7, Press And Journal]. The Future of Freedom Foundation, of which Mr. Richman is a fellow, is a Libertarian think tank. The central claim … more
Editor,   A lot of my friends on Facebook have been talking about what they are most thankful for with the season of Thanksgiving upon us. more
I find it interesting that an article about Three Mile Island, 38 years later, was on the front page of the March 5 Sunday Patriot-News. Then on the front page of the Opinion section of the … more
Why does Middletown borough refuse to give parking permits to the residents of Middletown Interfaith Apartments at 107 Mill St.? Yes, the apartments do have parking spaces. Unfortunately, we only … more
  Editor,   Middletown Borough Council member Anne Einhorn’s column in the April 30 edition (“Vitriol runs rampant in Middletown,’’ Viewpoints) was outstanding.   Her message regarding the current state of … more
Is the plumbing working right related to the pipes of Pennsylvania democracy? It took awhile (three election cycles, 2012, 2014 and 2016) to show the evidence of a legal term called … more
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