Letters to the Editor

Mobile’s Riverfront (Our Front Porch) Development

To the editor:                  Mobile is in the process of creating an experiential entertainment and leisure-based redevelopment and programming of our magnificent working riverfront at Cooper Riverside Park, the home of our...

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Measle-y morons?

Dear Editor: Regarding the article in Lagniappe (“Hidden Agenda” by Ashley Trice), May 1-7, 2019, I was surprised to see “ridiculously unnecessary cases of measles … in communities with a bunch of unvaccinated morons.” According...

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Looking for Travis McGee in Baldwin County

By Brennan Walters “Florida can never really come to grips with saving the environment because a very large percentage of the population at any given time just got there. So why should they fight to turn the clock back? It looks...

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The Joys Of County Living

I was green with envy when I read about the recent annexation of the Darby Creek subdivision into the city of Mobile. I live “in the county.” I don’t live in the “country.” I live in a long-established neighborhood with paved...

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It’s “LAN-YAP,” not “LAG-KNEE-APP-EE!”

Dear Editor: Please correct me if I am wrong. I have admired Lagniappe since moving to the Bay Minette area several years ago. It impressed me as an interesting read with balanced articles and witty editorials and commentary....

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Conservation easements are valuable

Editor: I am writing in regard to your March 13-19 article that discussed litigation involving conservation easement projects. A conservation easement (voluntary conservation agreement) is an important private land conservation...

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Coal ash is a danger

Dear Mr. Holbert, Thank you for your excellent article concerning Alabama Power and its reluctance to move the coal ash pit at the Mobile–Tensaw Delta. This is a real dangerous problem to us down here on Dauphin Island.  A...

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