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    Don’t create nightmare traffic a road to nowhere

    Re the Sept. 6 article, Dolphin Expressway extension gets mixed reaction: In 2004 when the Miami-Dade Commission had an agenda filled with proposed developments to extend the Urban Development Boundary, a group called Hold the Line was organized and stopped the commission. I am proud to have been a leader as president of the Urban Environment League along with the Tropical Audubon Society, the Sierra Club, and hundreds of residents from the many communities that comprise Miami-Dade County. The Commission wisely stopped this attack on the natural environment of the western limits of the county.

  • Support PAMM

    Re the Sept. 12 Other Views column, PAMM shouldn’t get public funding: How could any piece be so far off base?

  • Hobby Lobby whim

    Re the Miami Herald’s Sept. 7 Other Views column, Hobby Lobby decision a blow to practice of medicine: I take exception to the characterization by Drs. John Jennings and Britani Kessler of the deeply held convictions of some employers as “whims” to be cavalierly brushed aside.

  • Local speed trap

    When writing about speed-traps and ticket quotas in the Sept. 3 article, Notorious speed-trap town faces ticket-quota scandal, we don’t have to go very far, certainly not to Waldo in North Florida. Right here in our city of Doral there is hardly a driver that hasn’t accumulated a good number of tickets due to speed-traps.

  • Smile for the cameras

    Re the Sept. 11 article, the Miami Beach city commission approves body cameras for employees: Oh, great. Now the Miami Beach police can show off their new toys to all the barflies at the beach bars. What fun!

  • Greyhound abuse

    Thanks to the Miami Herald for bringing attention to the disgraceful treatment of Florida’s racing greyhounds and the state of Florida’s complicity in this cruelty in the Sept. 14 article, Dogs killed as state looks the other way.

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    Public libraries save lives

    With so much going on in the world — wars, epidemics, throngs of displaced people — one would think that the fate of public libraries in Miami wouldn’t concern anyone but the locals. Such an assumption would be dead wrong. Someone in far-away Connecticut cares deeply.

  • Don’t hit women

    Re the Ray Rice domestic violence incident. There used to be two cardinal rules for a man, passed down from fathers to sons: Hold your liquor and don’t ever hit a woman. Nowadays, there seems to be a lot of boys in men’s bodies.

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  • Shalala’s final act

    From a Miami Herald editorial and a front page fluff piece to a letter from another university president, a...

  • Rename it ‘Irving Pincus’

    A Miami Beach commissioner has advocated renaming Arthur Godfrey Road because of his alleged irrelevance to...

  • Israeli history

    The letter by Alice Christy on Sept. 7, Israel’s land grab ‘illegal’ erroneously claim...

  • DCF’s failings

    President Harry S. Truman had a sign on his desk that said, “The buck stops here.” In his far...

  • Boots on the ground

    President Obama and Congress have promised the American people that there will be no “boots on the g...

  • Children’s Trust salaries

    I recently read the Children’s Trust posting of its annual meeting and financials. I was shocked to ...

  • Weakened ground

    Are there plans in place to repair or replace and raise the height of the broken down seawall just south of...

  • The readers’ forum

    Florida should reject casino insanity

    The Great Recession may be winding down across most of America, but in Atlantic City, it’s just gett...

  • Obama declares war

    I’m saddened that our president, who rode to election promising to end wars, has once again essentia...

  • Bush’s prophecy

    President Bush made these remarks before he left office on July 12, 2007, directed against those who sought...

  • Salute to Kesti

    Re the Sept. 7 article, Was Miami-Dade lobbyist a ‘patriot’ or ‘snitch’ in FBI ...

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