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Letters to the Editor
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Annual Membership Meeting

Dear Fayette Community,   Please consider joining us for the annual membership meeting of Howard County Health and Wellness Council on Thursday October 5th at 7 p.m. at the Keller Memorial … more

Needing Letters of Support for Pool Grant

To the Editor : The Fayette Historic Preservation Commission with assistance from the Friends of Historic Fayette Memorial Pool are reapplying for a Land Water Conservation Fund Grant through … more

Maintain No Parking on Linn Street for the Well-being of Fayette

To the Editor : I am writing to advocate for the continuation of the no parking policy on Linn Street in Fayette. I am a homeowner residing at 403 N Linn with a driveway that opens to the … more

Sparkle in the Park for 2023

To the Editor: The Friends of Historic Fayette Memorial Swimming Pool are planning Sparkle in Park for 2023!! We hope to add more participates this year!! The lights will go on December 1, … more

Response to ‘City Discusses Parking Issues’

To the Editor : My parking address is 507 Linn Street. In response to the City Council discussion and the inquiry to lift “some” parking spaces on Linn Street I am reaffirming my … more

Fayette School Board Emphasizes Improvements to Climate and Culture

The Fayette School Board would like to make the following expectations clear as we begin a new school year. Discipline issues will be addressed by principals, and the discipline matrix at each level … more

CMCA Invites citizens to community conversation

To the editor,   My name is Cheri Cherry, and I am the community organizer for Howard and Cooper Counties on behalf of Central Missouri Community Action (CMCA).  I wrote … more

Fayette R-III asks public to become substitutes, bus drivers

To the Editor : In the 1930’s a “Help Wanted” sign would have been seen as a life saver for some people. Finding work was the problem, not the supply of qualified workers. It … more

Accuses city of ‘cronyism’ regarding disc golf course

The Honorable Jeremy Dawson 117 S. Main Street Fayette, Missouri     65248 Mr. Mayor, Our community knows Benji Conrow as a man of impeccable character and integrity, … more

CMU Proposed Church Street Modifications

Letter to the editor:   My biases: community   health and safety supersede all other considerations, and public policy decisions must address   not only this but   also … more

CMU benefits our town

To the Editor : I am amazed and dismayed at the negative response CMU has received regarding its plan to improve parking and passage along Church Street. The constricted lanes for traffic while … more

Responsible pet ownership means prioritizing spay/neuter and vaccinations

To the Editor : Recently a litter of six puppies were found at a rural Howard County farm while the property owners were on vacation. The caretaker of the farm found the pups and notified … more

Removing healthy trees should not be justified

To the Editor : As a student at then-CMC in the 1960’s, I fell in love with the beauty and charm of the town and campus, both enhanced by the glorious canopy of American Elm trees arching … more

Public invited to community conversation

To the Editor : My name is Cheri Cherry, and I am the community organizer for Howard and Cooper Counties on behalf of Central Missouri Community Action (CMCA). I am writing to bring attention to … more

Supports Central Methodist sidewalk plan

To the Editor: I commend Central Methodist University (CMU) for the intended effort to improve the section of its campus bordering Hwy 240/Church Street. The curb and gutter along that … more

Why a wider sidewalk?

To the Editor: I may have been a bit off base with my last letter about CMU and parking. It has come to my attention that the intent is make a wider sidewalk. First of all, I don’t understand … more

More thanks for Swimming Passes

The City of Fayette and the Parks and Recreation Commission would also like to thank the Fayette Optimist Club for sponsoring 2023 Family Pool Pass Program to the Fayette Swimming Pool.   They … more

Save the Trees on Church Street

To the Editor: Dear Ronda Gerlt, Thank you so much for your recent Letter to the Editor opposing the cutting of healthy (grand old) trees on Church St./Hwy 240 by Central Methodist University … more

Leave the Trees Alone

To the Editor: The trees of Fayette and the Central Methodist Campus are some of the town’s greatest treasures. To imagine that a substantial number of these venerable old trees (several in the … more

Hey CMU, Don't Harm the Church St. Charm!

To the Editor: Wanting to maintain the aesthetic and ecological benefits of the mature tree canopy along the east side of Church St, citizens are upset about the proposed TAP Grant by CMU that … more
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