‘‘I would like to thank the group of people who went around Lake Shannon last fall and planted all those daffodil bulbs. What a spectacular display this spring all around the lake. Makes me smile every time I see it. Thank you again.”
‘‘Fenton’s Nag Brigade is on the war path. Their incessant complaining about the condition of local roads is followed immediately by new complaints of road construction. Instead of constant nagging, how about you do something positive instead?”
‘‘Thanks to Linden softball community. Raised over $15,000 with more than 200 donations. Unbelievable! We are a softball school. Super humbling. Thanks, again.”
DEAR BENNETT LAKE Road tree farm, please don’t cut any more of your beautiful trees down. I’m still saddened when I see that horrible line of stumps on either side of your driveway, where lovely healthy trees used to grow.
ABSOLUTELY NOTHING WRONG with asking if your friends or family plan to get the vaccine. Just like there is nothing wrong if they decide to get it or not. I received mine, and glad I did for myself and those around me.
SO LET’S GET this straight, your wife spent the last year holding the hands of dying patients in order to promote vaccines? Doesn’t make sense. How about letting your wife speak for herself next time?
I’LL GO TO restaurants if everyone is vaccinated, 100 percent, if not then I won’t go. Let the unvaccinated go another day at 50 percent. I don’t want my husband to die because he has disease. We haven’t seen our grandkids in a year. Sad times.
TO THE HOT-LINER who called the TCT a liberal rag, I disagree. The new owners of this publication have turned this publication into a neighborhood paper, which has denied readers the right to comment on national issues.
THE 111 BUILDING is ugly, out of place in charming downtown Fenton, and blocks the sun.
STOP ALL UNEMPLOYMENT checks now. There are help wanted signs all over the Fenton area. With vaccines readily available, there is no excuse to be sitting at home collecting an unemployment check.
I SAW YOU testing that speaker out near our property line, Silver Lake Stables. As a household that likes to have the windows open, I do not approve.
WITH THE GOVERNOR’S changes she announced this morning, it looks like Fenton could pull together a much-needed Freedom Festival this year, if they really wanted to. They still have time to change their mind.
WHITMER HAS GOTTEN herself into a pickle. If she changes what she’s been doing, it will show she did not have the science backing her in the first place. She’s too much of a coward to acknowledge her mistakes.
SPIKE! JUST WHAT the city of Fenton needs (sarcasm), another rusting ‘art’ statue that must be maintained at what cost?
THE LATEST EASING of the restrictions by Whitmer are not enough. Lift all restrictions, especially where children are affected.