Section: Letters to the Editor

Campaign signs designed to confuse

Editor: When you do not have a cogent political argument, the best tactic is to confuse people. You may have noticed signs advocating... Continue

Don’t meddle with City’s planning process

As I prepare to cast my vote on Measure B, I’ve read the voter information written by both the sides of Measure B. The most misleading... Continue

Union made wrong choice

Editor: The Preserving Sonoma Committee was disappointed to learn of labor union Unite Here’s decision to oppose Measure B,... Continue

The battle over B

What started out as opposition to Darius Anderson’s proposal for a high-end hotel near the Plaza has turned into a local civil war.... Continue

Pride in modesty: the spirit of our place

The Hotel Limitation Measure, Measure B, is not all about what’s wrong with large hotels but about what’s right with small. (Read... Continue

Yes on Measure B

Editor: One year ago I moved to Sonoma. I could have made my new home in any part of the world. I chose Sonoma, drawn by factors... Continue

Sets the Record Straight

Editor: For some time now we City residents have been deluged with expensive flyers from the opposition to Measure B. The “broad-spectrum”... Continue

Advice to undecided voters

Editor:For Measure B undecided voters I have a few suggestions. Weak arguments typically contain personal attacks that have nothing... Continue

The Big B Issue

Editor: As I prepare to cast my vote for Measure B, I’ve read the voter information written by both the sides of Measure B. The... Continue

Hotel Foot Traffic is Bogus

Editor: You don’t tug on Superman’s cape; you don’t spit into the wind; you don’t pull the mask off the ole Lone Ranger and... Continue