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Readers Reflect houses bite-sized letters to the editor. They come to us in many shapes and sizes, and it is up to the opinion editor to vet submissions, slim them to size, and edit them for style and clarity when appropriate. Email editors@moonshineink.com to share your reflection, or comment on one of our Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter posts.

Housing Discrimination; Where is Speed Boat Beach Parking?

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Letters to the editor, Facebook comments, and more

Dear Editor: Re-Elect John Mohun to the Tahoe Forest Hospital District’s...

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GREG JELLINEK: Tahoe Forest Hospital board member endorses Mohun for his advocacy of everyday citizen taxpayers.

TTSA Employee Says Coverage Important; Keep Squaw True

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Without your exposure, the TTSA board of directors and general manager hold little accountability; Junior high student says allowing the Squaw Valley Village development would completely change the community of mountain people
 

NTPUD Needs a Change; Time to Check Back in

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A differing of opinions about the NTPUD race, and its potential effect on the TTSA board

Defending the Electoral College; Microplastics

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In response to last month’s financial column; a stellar issue; the case for the electoral college; microplastics.

Set a Better Example with Helmet; Encourage People to Live Here

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Letters to the editor, Facebook comments, and more.

Put the Needs of the Basin First; Wallace and Terry Know...

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Proponents of the Squaw Valley Village development say that the development is necessary for the resort to remain competitive. I suggest we change the calculus. Instead, let’s ask what the Tahoe Basin needs.

Readers Reflect September 2021

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In response to Defining the End of Caldor and Dixie, online only No Fire Fear-Mongering I was a firefighter for 31 years. Great writing and...

Second homes; parks and first responder appreciation

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Second home is where the heart is (response to Tahoe Talks); personal connection and response to Rosie the Riveter and the WASP; more.

Landscaping Company Rock & Rose Chimes in on Housing Crisis; So...

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If you are not aware of our current labor and housing crisis, it is a very important issue that needs to be addressed.