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Government harms the environment, kills culture

Re: “All of the governor’s men: Life and love will be destroyed in the Delta Tunnel Newsom” by Scott Thomas Anderson (News, March 11)

Thank you, Scott, for this outstanding piece of journalistic research and a demonstration of compassion and love for our heritage, communities and quality of life. Please, if you read this article, write to Newsom and tell him that you oppose this insult. It lasts for 20 years and its effects last forever. It will cost $ 100 billion and will also cost us not only our heritage, but the fragile ecosystem that is the California Delta. Please help save Delta.

-Michael J. Sweeney

State-backed transactions

Re: “All of the governor’s men: Life and love will be destroyed in the Delta Tunnel Newsom” by Scott Thomas Anderson (News, March 11)

Scott, thank you for hypnotizing me with this article. I have read it twice now. There are so many families who have always been here, and so much history that they can be destroyed, “I don’t live there, not my problem.” … It’s all shady. Waiting for the next story!

-Gregory G. Mitchell

Terrible

Re: “All of the governor’s men: Life and love will be destroyed in the Delta Tunnel Newsom” by Scott Thomas Anderson (News, March 11)

The delta is a precious biosphere that needs to be protected from looting and looting.

– Mary Steiner

History of Iron in Sacramento

Re: “The Iron 88: After nearly nine decades, Sacramento appreciates the past and thinks about the future of the old Irons” by Jenna Booth (Arts and Culture, March 24)

I spent a lot of time here seeing bands in the nineties and it’s been unclear since I was a kid, but I love an old show. I was overjoyed when I learned that Anthony Paganelli was taking the place. The locality, located in Sakto Music, is a good place to live and respects this beloved place and while bringing in new energy. I’m old now and don’t go to a ton of shows, but I hope my kids can connect with this amazing place.

“Matthew Hargrow.”

Iron exposure

Re: “The Iron 88: After nearly nine decades, Sacramento appreciates the past and thinks about the future of the old Irons” by Jenna Booth (Arts and Culture, March 24)

Getting on stage with half the crowd and singing Time Warp with Groovie Ghoulies is my favorite memory here.

– Sylvia Samudio

Rosville has to pay a tax on Amazon food up to his knees

Re: “Action: Amazon and Rosville grocery store -” something bad comes this way “” by Scott Thomas Anderson (Voices, January 28)

I forgot to unsubscribe from my Prime subscription before it reappears in January. Bad for me. But, as a member of Amazon Prime, I can honestly say that the foods I try to buy on Amazon are no cheaper than the grocery store. In fact, they are very expensive. In my experience, clothes and books are cheaper on Amazon Prime. but no food. I now hate the Amazon because of the death of the hurricane. Amazon will not accept my update next year. Every time I buy something from Amazon, I hate myself. Too bad that one of their warehouse campuses will ruin the view near Rosville. I hope Rosville taxes Amazon – at least that’s it.

-Debra L. Stokes

Jobs work and people don’t want to work

Re: “Action: Amazon and Rosville grocery store -” something bad comes this way “” by Scott Thomas Anderson (Voices, January 28)

Don’t you read newspapers? There are no workers. Anyone who wants to work can get a job. Even a good thing if you have the information. If that new Amazon store hires even one person, they will help the economy, not hurt it.

– Rob Long

The council members are not that big

Re: “Essay: For Sacramento, the story of women in leadership becomes clearer by the day” by Waverley Hampton III (Voices, March 30)

At a council meeting late last year, Ashby angrily asked to reject the bid for the retail store because she didn’t want white and prosperous children in North Natasha to be exposed to cigarette sales. No more than an hour later, he voted to reject the Planning Commission’s recommendation and allow a large retail hall within a 100-year-old church to serve mainly poor and undocumented Latinos. Comment?

– Karen Solberg

Knife to something new

Re: “Positive comedy: Body Pozi show at STAB Sacramento! Theater sees a series of voices laughing” by Madeleine Church (Arts and Culture, March 22)

Stub is a beautiful place! The intimate theater gives you the same experience and the vibe is always welcome! From streaming online to personally they have never been disappointed. Stub is a place to visit to really feel the monotonous atmosphere in the Sacramento area.

– Jess Roberts

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