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Swans are part of Cassadaga

March 3, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: I hope the animal rights establishment will come to the rescue of the swans. more »»

People’s column

March 2, 2014 Cuomo plan is misguided Editor, OBSERVER: Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced another state spending plan to give inmates free college at the expense of the taxpayers. more »»

Repowering is positive step

February 28, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: A commendation is in order for our New York state Gov. more »»

Lack of appraisal raises questions

February 26, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: When putting property on the market, most intelligent people would get an appraisal to know the value. Was this done with the Chautauqua County Home? I have grave doubts. more »»

Let us continue to support facility

February 26, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: For years, Chautauqua County residents have supported the County Home. Many have never even considered selling it. It’s time for legislators to listen to the people. more »»

Why another try at Home sale?

February 24, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: I didn’t realize that our County Home is still for sale. I thought it was voted down three times. more »»

County Home is a ‘necessity’

February 24, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: John Scott’s letter concerning the County Home in the Feb. 13 OBSERVER was right on the button. more »»

People’s column

February 23, 2014 Justice lacking for judge Editor, OBSERVER: I recently read the article in the OBSERVER pertaining to village of Fredonia and town of Pomfret Justice David Prince. more »»

CSEA is trying for county talks

February 23, 2014 By STEVE SKIDMORE The Feb. 10 editorial “County Home: Union fails with workers” is full of inaccuracies and untruths. It’s merely another attempt by this paper to make CSEA look like the bad guy. more »»

$16 million is not enough for Home

February 23, 2014 By ELIZABETH M. PHILLIPS I am a nurse manager and a 20-year employee at Chautauqua County Home. I listened to the informational meeting online earlier this month. more »»

Responsible audits go unreported

February 23, 2014 By MICHAEL McCOY As treasurer of a volunteer fire department who has had the experience of an audit by the state comptroller’s office, I can tell you the auditors are extremely rigorous and thorough... more »»

People’s column

February 16, 2014 View was aimed at union divide Editor, OBSERVER: The OBSERVER’s View about the County Home, “Union fails with workers” (Feb. 10) was bias and anti-labor. more »»

We’ve all had it with winter

February 15, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: Come on, Mother Nature, call it quits! Dragging the winter out is the pits. For it’s been around far too long. Give spring a chance to come along. more »»

A day of love and hope for peace

February 13, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: “Valentine’s Day — Peace” Santa Claus is for children. Easter Bunnies are too. But Valentine’s day is for lovers. That is why, we should love others. more »»

Reed not responding to concerns

February 10, 2014 Editor OBSERVER: U.. more »»

People’s column

February 9, 2014 Bank’s decision is disappointing Editor, OBSERVER: As a customer of M&T Bank for nearly 45 years, I was stunned and disappointed to learn that M&T Bank was planning to close the branch at the Tops... more »»

Play Trump card on SAFE act

February 8, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: I read the recent article on the New York state SAFE Act. If Donald Trump runs for governor, we the people have a Trump card to vote out Andrew Cuomo come November. more »»

People’s column

February 2, 2014 Assistance was appreciated Editor, OBSERVER: I wish to thank the person or persons who picked me up when I fell in front of Dollar General in the plaza last week.I am so grateful for your help. more »»

Choir fest a ‘fine program’

February 1, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: My wife and I were privileged to attend the 19th annual Chamber Choir Festival held at Westfield High School on Jan. 18. more »»

Protect pets in the winter

January 30, 2014 Editor, OBSERVER: During the “polar vortex” that sent temperatures tumbling throughout the country earlier this month, countless animals suffered and died because they were left outdoors. more »»

 
 

 

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