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Privileged few don’t pay the price To the Editor: Regarding the Cortland Standard editorial on “The price of freedom” (May 17), we add to the authors’ remarks some …

Solar story, continued To the Editor: Chapter Three,. It’s not the people, it’s the process, and the process is tainted. Why are solar installations not proposed for the …

Offended by advertisements To the Editor: In his recent column, Managing Editor Todd McAdam explained that, other than letters to the editor, opinion messages need to come paid through ads. He …

Gas prices go up for big weekends To the Editor: As sure as the robin is a harbinger of spring, so too are rising gas prices in Cortland a sign that it is either college graduation, …

Gillette, Debo bring perspective To the Editor: I am writing in support of Dryden Board of Education candidates Peaches Gillette and Leslie Debo. Peaches and Leslie will bring a much needed …

Vote Peaches Gillette for Dryden board To the Editor: I’m writing to support Peaches Gillette for a seat on the Dryden Board of Education. I’ve known Peaches for four years, and …

Trying to combat climate change To the Editor: I am writing in response to Mr. Furlin’s letter questioning my participation as a member of the town of Cortlandville’s Solar …

Say ‘no’ to student loan forgiveness To the Editor: Many have been following the current administration’s reports about student loan forgiveness. Their effort is to be a Santa …

Fox guards solar hen house? To the Editor: Looks like it’s OK to have the fox guard the hen house when it comes to the development of solar projects in certain towns. It was deemed that …

Why the wait? To the Editor: Can someone look into the reason there can be hour-plus wait times at the Cortland County landfill since Charlie Sudbrink imposed only one truck at a time can …

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