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Oh my goodness! Taste in Fenton was the greatest experience of the summer. Can we vote on the best? I sure loved the cucumber salad with sweet chili vinaigrette and baklava. The downside was all the dogs. I was scared the little kids would get bit. Can we make it two evenings?

HEALTH CARE OR health insurance is not a right. A doctor, hospital, etc., provide a service and they are paid to perform that service. You are stealing their labor and my earnings if you think it is a right.

Thank you, Times for the vehicle lifesaver escape tool article. If your vehicle has fully submerged, upon leaving the vehicle exhale little bubbles until reaching the surface to minimize chance of a lung overexpansion injury. Also, your vehicle in the water may orient vertically, front end d…

Your articles on Carl and Shirley Roos and their Angel Haven Foundation are an example of the kind of people who make America great.

Kudos to all Lake Fenton residents who came out to cheer, encourage and thank the Venetian Boat Parade. Some of you were on docks, decks, boats and peering through your windows. We appreciate you.

Attended our first farmers market and concert in downtown Fenton. In addition to the beautiful weather, it was a great evening.

To any person who wants to complain about a mayor or council in any city. Ask yourself how many meetings you’ve been to? How can I help make things better? Or should I sit in the peanut gallery and be a pain in the butt?

‘‘I do believe for the millionth time, the butterfly garden was paid for by the DDA. The DDA doesn’t pay to fix your road.”

People seem to misunderstand the purpose of the census. The Constitution mandates that every person in the U.S. be counted every 10 years. Not just voters, or legal residents, everyone.

A big thank you to the city of Fenton employees and the police department for working so hard. On a day that most people have off, they were out there bright and early making sure everything went well. Much appreciated; you all are awesome.

Requesting an article detailing the Fenton schools’ sinking fund budget proposal, which will be on voted on Aug. 6. Thanks.” Editor’s note: The Times ran a front-page story, ‘Special Aug. 6 election to cost district upwards of $20,000’ on Sunday, May 26.

The curve at North LeRoy is not a right-hand relief turn. The sign ‘NO TURNS ON RED’ alerts all who can read. However, do carry on with your horn blowing and hand jesters. I find your illiteracy most entertaining.

So much negativity. I want to say I love Fenton and the community. The way people take care of the homeless guy in wheelchair, to being kind and generous. Keep up the good work.

You dislike roundabouts because you’re a bad driver. Please just avoid them so those of us who are competent drivers don’t have to deal with your lack of skills. Thanks.

Thank you to Nancy at Halo Burger for blessing my girls and me with chocolate chip cookies Saturday. That initiated a conversation with them about kindness and loving well. Look for ways to bless others, friends. It’s easier than you might think. Have a great day.

I THINK WE dodged a bullet by not approving the new bike path between Fenton and Linden. With the warm weather, I’ve seen more joggers. They apparently prefer the road to a sidewalk 6 feet away. No sense creating paths that won’t be used.

Loved the story on Little League ‘Life Lessons.’ Here’s another one — keep a close eye on the league money, demand transparency and hold board members accountable.

I guess I just don’t understand what our elected representatives think their job entails. The majority of local voters endorsed the legalization of marijuana, yet the reps somehow believe that we do not want local access? Do you represent your constituents or are you just voicing your own pe…

The Michigan Secretary of State just announced that appointments are available at its offices. That’s great; 48 people per day can get an appointment. At Hill Road, 20 minutes after it opened, there were 63 people in the queue and 20 more waiting to get into it. Most people report waiting th…

Michigan lawmakers are largely all talk, little action when it comes to their financial transparency.

The average American working in the private sector got an increase last year of about 84 cents per hour.

To all great Americans. As you finalize your Memorial Day plans, please be sure to reserve some time to recognize the reason for the holiday — ‘For those who gave their lives that the nation might live. It is altogether proper and fitting that we should do this.’ — Abraham Lincoln.

An unvaccinated baby who traveled internationally to Michigan earlier this month had the measles, Michigan health officials say, and people who shopped at a Macomb County Costco store and a Catholic church may have been exposed to the virus.

Good article, Sharon, on the Leader Dogs for the Blind. We were fortunate to have donated a German Shepherd who graduated and was assigned.

The parents and family of John Clark would like to thank the young couple who selflessly stopped at our place to administer CPR to our son, John, who had a massive heart attack April 24. We are very grateful for your help and will remember your kindness. God Bless.

The Times couldn’t have chosen a better writer than Mark Rummel to do an occasional opinion piece. He has a vast background in editorial writing and has a great sense of humor. We look forward to his columns. (Be prepared for Steven Wright humor.)

State officials are seeking volunteers to help remove invasive plants from a number of Michigan state parks. Dates, locations, registration forms and other information are available on the DNR’s website.

I love Tri-County Times. It is a wonderful paper that keeps us up to date with all the happenings and people in our area. I have one suggestion. Could we please have two sections of Hot lines? I rarely read them anymore because of all the political warfare — though perhaps many people enjoy that.

Public libraries are not useless and I assure you, your tax money is not wasted on them. Patrons have access to all sorts of media (books, movies, music, etc), educational programs, computers, and much more. Some people can’t get these things elsewhere. The GDL does a lot for the community.

Vote ‘yes’ or vote ‘no’ on the bike path initiative. But please vote. Either way, educate yourself on the laws regarding cyclists on the road. Too many motorists still breaking the law and putting cyclists in danger.

Boo, to all you negative naysayers. If you want a nice community with good schools, parks and walking trails, you’re going to have to pay for it. I say let’s keep Fenton great. Vote ‘yes.’

I’m getting scared to get my paper anymore. Every time I open it up, there’s more requests for our money. Taxes for the culture center, then the roads, now the bike paths and soon the school. The joke about taxes will soon come true: ‘how much do you make? Send it all in.’

Michigan auto insurance costs going up even higher. I, like most of you, pay thousands of dollars a year and that doesn’t even cover any actual car damage. Please visit the website reducemiratesnow.com to give any ideas or opinions.

Thank veterans for their sacrifice as well as their service. Military personnel sacrifice their youth, freedom, comfort, earning potential, and time spent with their loved ones in order to protect our country. They put themselves in harm’s way so the rest of us are not compelled to do so.

A couple at Meadow Pointe condominiums are celebrating their 55th wedding anniversary April 11. I would like to give them a very big happy anniversary — Happy 55th.

Feel free to chew on what you’ve been fed by Trump’s favorite Attorney General however, rather than be spoon fed, I favor the 75 percent of prudent Americans waiting on Congress to uncover why Attorney General William Barr has manipulated Mueller’s 400-page report after promising transparency?

IN AMERICA, THE latest statistics show life expectancy in this country will drop for the third straight year. The last time that happened was reportedly 100 years ago, when we were in the middle of World War I and the worst flu pandemic in recorded history.”

Hollywood celebrities are threatening to boycott Georgia because the state leaders passed a bill that bans abortions after the detection of a heartbeat. It was signed by actors such as Alec Baldwin, Rosie O’Donnell, Sarah Silverman and dozens more. No more movies for me.