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May 14, 2021

Trash cans too full, bill too high

I made an error in my first letter to the editor in that I did not include the increase in the price of service. I was paying $69 and change for one trash/garbage unit twice a week and one recycle unit once a week.

May 13, 2021

County administrator should pay for mistake

Most of us grew up learning that we are responsible for our actions and there is a penalty to pay for inappropriate actions.

May 12, 2021

Development causing big traffic problems for nearby neighborhood

I am a Navarre resident and very concerned about the lack of planning for commercial development — specifically the one on 98 from Culver’s to the Baptist Medical Park/ER.

May 6, 2021

Letter: Longtime resident speaks in favor of incorporation

As a longtime resident of Navarre, I have been involved in the local politics of Santa Rosa County for many years.

My family has owned property on the Navarre Sound since the early 1930s. I remember when there was only Mr. Robinson’s Gas and Grocery store on Hwy 98 in Navarre.


May 5, 2021

Letter: Disappointed with Holley-Navarre Water System

I am disappointed with the HNWS and its billing practices.

A convenience fee of $3 is to be added on to everyone’s bill if you elect to pay via the online payment portal.


Apr 29, 2021

Letter: Replacement demographics

Many of us have been curious about the change in the Democrat party. What are their goals?

Apr 28, 2021

Letter: Big vehicles breaking beach road rules

After Hurricane Sally, the road on the National Seashore (399) that runs from Navarre Beach to Pensacola Beach was closed for months.

When it finally opened, the speed limit was clearly marked at 25 mph (and 15 mph in some places) because of the remaining damage to the road and because some lanes were only partially open.


Apr 21, 2021

Letter: Local neighborhoods shouldn’t be shortcut for 98 traffic

Our road has become a bypass for 98 traffic thanks to the lack of planning of the AldI’s shopping center that dumps traffic onto Rio Vista Drive and Ortega Street.

Apr 10, 2021

‘Keep it simple and nimble on the beach’

I read with horror in the 03/25 edition the natural wood and wire “sand fencing” will be replaced with white vinyl (plastic) “permanent” fencing.

Apr 9, 2021

‘Get Gaetz gone’

Given the recent accusations and involvement with Joel Greenburg (also an accused sex trafficker), I am waiting to see if once again Republican minions rally around “the lie” of a misunderstood poor (Rep.) Matt (Gaetz).
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