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Is there a hillbilly curse on Evelyn Drive?

DUE to riotous living across the inlet, I reluctantly delayed noting this important West Vancouver date.

HST ads do not help one understand referendum

Dear Editor: I had a good laugh this morning reading in your paper (June 29, page 34) the provincial government's ad on the HST referendum: "Before you vote, understand the referendum question.

West Van council should adhere to OCP standards

Dear Editor: I am grateful that West Vancouver council rejected the two proposals for towers at the Safeway site.

Access to medical marijuana made worse

Dear Editor: As a director for Re-Leaf Dispensary, I can say our society and our patients were deeply disappointed by the District of North Vancouver's knee-jerk reaction to outright ban medicinal dispensaries in their boundaries.

City left holding the bag on Low Level Rd. risk

Dear Editor: Regarding the City of North Vancouver's recent rejection of the proposed Low Level Road upgrade: I work on the North Vancouver waterfront.

Grateful for chemo dept

Dear Editor: I don't agree with what Arlene S. King said in her July 3 letter, Brighten Up Chemo Department, about the chemotherapy department at Lions Gate Hospital.

Make them pay for rioting

Dear Editor: Vancouver's image was slimed by the riot and the rioters. Now the police are into a lengthy and costly investigation process, to be followed by an even lengthier and costlier judicial process.

War and peace

CANADA'S war in Afghanistan - the "armed conflict" that no politician or general wanted to label a war - came to an end Tuesday with the transfer of battle command to U.S. units at Ma'sum Ghar.

Give TransLink feedback on evening service cuts

Dear Editor: I just found out that TransLink is reducing 246 Highland bus service after 7 p.m. to once an hour as of June 20.

Royal flush

TRY as you might to ignore it, the coming week is going to be wall-to-wall William and Kate. Not since Paul Revere galloped through Massachusetts have so many gotten so worked up over the arrival of some British people.