Thursday, September 21, 2023

Letters to the Editor

Want to read a letter to the editor of Bonner County Daily Bee? See below to view their letters.

Updated 1 week ago

Oath belongs to country, God and family

During their summer meeting, the Idaho State GOP adopted Rule XX, which states: "The Idaho Republican Party is a...

Updated 7 hours, 58 minutes ago
Until concerns addressed, subdivision should be denied

The applicant's traffic study needs to be revised. It fails to reveal the deteriorating traffic conditions at Kootenai Bay Road, Seven Sisters Drive, and Highway 200 intersection, one-fourth mile west of Providen...

Updated 7 hours, 58 minutes ago
Why are residents' concerns not being heard?

I currently live in the Seven Sisters development in Kootenai. Along with many others, I am disturbed by the proposed Providence Road development. I attended two zoning meetings and heard the concerns about tr...

Updated 7 hours, 58 minutes ago
Commission puts developer's wishes over citizens' rights

As usual, our commissioners and planning and zoning commission sided with the developer over our citizens in approving the 116-unit Providence Road subdivision.

Updated 7 hours, 58 minutes ago
Commissioners should protect people, not developer's profits

Bonner County’s broken planning and zoning system is tearing our community apart. The proposed Providence Road subdivision is an example of this conflict, with developers wanting to do as little as possible yet a...

Updated 7 hours, 58 minutes ago
Why is commission rubber-stamping subdivision?

The Providence Subdivision should not be approved, and yet, it looks like it already has, even though another meeting is still on the Planning and Zoning board agenda. Having lived in Kootenai Meadows for over...

Updated 1 day, 7 hours ago
Let's all turn out to vote in November

I would like to thank all the patrons in zones 2 and 4 for voting during the recall election. It is so very important to do so regardless of your beliefs and views.

Updated 2 days, 7 hours ago
Extreme right-wing radicals tend to stick together

Branden Durst and other members of the radical Idaho Freedom Foundation must be defeated. Mr. Durst is a long-time member of IFF, serving as their senior analyst for education policy. Senator Scott Herndon is a c...

Updated 2 days, 7 hours ago
We need to put people over TB test profits

Even though it has been curable for decades, 1.6 million people will die this year of tuberculosis. These deaths are preventable and unacceptable. Groups such as Médecins Sans Frontières, the Stop TB Partnership,...

Updated 2 days, 7 hours ago
Not the 405? Flip comment unbecoming

At the planning and zoning hearing, at which the commission approved the 116-unit Providence Subdivision, commissioner Luke Webster’s comment regarding the complaints of the already dangerous traffic congestion w...

Updated 4 days, 7 hours ago
Woodward’s decision to run is welcome

Thank you, Jim Woodward

Updated 4 days, 7 hours ago
Ranked choice voting is effort to destroy primaries

I was horrified to read the letter from Steve Johnson (Daily Bee, Aug. 27, 2023). Steve Johnson is a failed woke, left candidate for Idaho Senate. He was a write-in candidate sponsored by the left who tried to...

Updated 4 days, 7 hours ago
God will not be mocked

As homeowners on Providence Road/Beaver Brook Farm, we've always held dear to our hearts that we turn toward home on a road that means God Guides or Divine Guidance.

Updated 4 days, 7 hours ago
Open primaries make sense for Idahoans

Imagine going to an Idaho primary election where, regardless of your political viewpoint, any registered voter could vote for any candidate on the ballot. Republican, Democrat, independent, or Libertarian — all o...

Updated 4 days, 7 hours ago
Commission shows contempt for public, common sense

The Bonner County Zoning Commission shows contempt for state statute, public interest, and common sense.

Updated 1 week ago
Letting leftists into GOP will destroy Idaho

Leftist extremists have opened U.S. borders while attacking our laws, customs and institutions in their win-at-any-cost campaigns: the Senate filibuster, the 50-state union, the Electoral College, the nine-justic...