Letter: Does Lakewood need revenue?

By David Shaw, Lakewood

Does Lakewood need revenue? There’s an easy way to get it.

In the Target store’s parking lot alone, almost any time of day, the LPD could issue tickets to those who park in the Handicapped zones who have no visible hanging tag (red or blue) or DP license plate. The Safeway parking lot would also be a place to consider cruising.

I’m sure there are also other locations which could be more closely monitored. The flagrant abuse of non-qualified users of handicapped parking spaces is getting worse and worse.

Letter: The Paperclip House

Fathers Day, 2012

I’ve a house-shaped paperclip holder on my desk. Turn it upside down and shake it and those funny bent wires that hold things together don’t quite escape the chimney at the top since there’s a magnet there that keeps them intact and close at hand.

On this 22nd day of April, the Swedish – my heritage – word for paper clip is “gem” a most appropriate description of my wife whose birthday is today.

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Letter: Penny’s on the Boulevard good food, prices

By Toni Aulerich

Have you had any homestyle cooking, in a restaurant, in the past few days? For me it is a meatloaf sandwich, something few people have tried. Penny’s on the Boulevard Restaurant and Bar has the best I have had since the last time I made a meatloaf that wasn’t scooped instead of sliced.

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Letter: Spring is Here


By Dorothy Wilhelm

WoodpeckerSpring is truly here. I was awakened by what sounded like hammering on metal this morning in front of my condo in DuPont, and found this symbol of hope and spring — Red Headed Woodpecker —determinedly pecking away at the metal no parking sign in front of my house. Guess the wooden pole didn’t taste right.