Could liberal-minded citizens be thinking profit while others suffer losing their teens to drugs?
Ritz writes letter to Reflector after allegations that bullying played a role in teen’s death and is a big problem in Willard.
We must work together on drug problem.
Editor’s Note: This is a letter from Willard City Schools Superintendent Jeff Ritz:
Does it take the death of a 14-year-old student to get your attention?
Councilman laments lost economic opportunity and “what might’ve been.”
“The grow legislation uses the medicinal angle for nominal purposes only. If you step through the grow door, it locks you in.”
Vietnam veteran weighs in on "Welcome Back to Willard" controversy.
Debate over a medical marijuana cultivation site seems to center on the fear that Norwalk will be seen as encouraging use of an illicit drug.
“Hearsay and anecdotal reports do not count,” local doctor says.
Our law enforcement have enough problems with drugs without putting this problem out there for them to handle.
Norwalk resident questions why certain city officials are in such a hurry to get legislation passed.
Resident says Willard “has never done anything for people here year round paying the taxes.”
Norwalk woman related what happened after two teens were involved in a traffic accident.
No "element" would be introduced to Norwalk if legislation is passed.