Ask informed questions for good of the community

Posted: Monday, April 17, 2006

It is with concern and and a sense of responsibility to our great state that I read the “Letters to the Editor”. I read to see where the public “of which I consider myself a part of” sentiment lies.

You don’t see letters which gives any substance to the over all well being, but letters which project how the letter’s subjects just would impact them. No I didn’t misspell the word lies.

You see letters which rant and rave but give no impact “to the public” statement or a solution to the subject in question. As a student I was taught you always need “who, where, when, why and how” or your questions and statements are mute.

Who Knows what Pebble will require of employees when it is up and running? Just a few labors and one or two degreed people? What is the enviro. history of this company in other areas? None of this has been published in any newspaper, or has it?

Take the time to look at all the bills the state legislature is considering. Is 20/20 what Alaska needs? What countries have refused to be held hostage by the oil companies. And last but not least why is your legislature advocating the way he is?

These are the questions the public needs to be asking

Charles Hubbard


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