Letters to the Editor
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While we wait for a coronavirus vaccination, the Texas Medical Association and the Texas Pediatric Society urge you to keep your child’s routine vaccinations … more
As the city, county, and state continue trashing the economy and at present ask people to stay home and with threats of fines for associating with over 10 people, I have a question. (One city, so … more
Dear Editor: I want to applaud the Gonzales Economic Development Corporation board of directors for embracing the concept of improving the airport. These matters were addressed in an open … more
Editor: In this time of division and power grabbing in our world and our country that has led to a locked in view of most of our population, it is time to listen to the words of Carl Sagan. His … more
This letter to the editor is in response to the recent article about the Memorial Museum (The Inquirer, Aug. 6, 2020). The cleaning in 2013 was accomplished with Ms. Quana Childs, formerly an … more
Dear Editor, Where in the U.S. Constitution does it say criminals are guaranteed a free lawyer as soon as they commit a crime, yet law-abiding citizens have to pay if a legal matter arises? The … more
To the editor in charge of publishing Letters to the Editor in the Gonzales Inquirer: My young years were happily spent growing up in Gonzales, my family’s hometown. Most all my elderly … more
Dear Editor:I am writing to express my displeasure with the poll question you published in this week's paper. The primary question is irrelevant, because the death of George Floyd and renaming the … more
Faith, Family, Freedom — are they all in decline? Is there concern for the foundations of America? Are we concerned what our children are being taught? I hear concerns that all the college … more
Dear Editor,   To lessen some confusion after a recent article, I would offer the following comments. The work in process to restructure the county’s EMS system is a joint project … more
Dear Editor, This letter has one main purpose: to say, “Thank you, Lloyd Holden, and God bless you for your recent letter to the editor of the Inquirer.” I agree with Mr. Holden … more
To the editor, I am thankful as an American Citizen that I can continue to have freedom of speech and the right to accept or oppose what I read in the local Inquirer or any other publication … more
I often hear people complaining about the fact that property taxes have been raised once again. In the town where people voted to keep their taxes high, I don’t understand the complaining. I, … more
To the editor, As I see it, “WE THE PEOPLE” don’t have much ‘say-so’ about a lot of things! “Everywhere,” we meet “rules” and … more
Dear Editor, A little math about Gonzales’s budget and the rollback issue. Divide $27,000,000 by Gonzales population (7,628) and that equals 3,539.591 (rounded). That is $3,529.60 for … more
There are a few points I would like to address. First, the rollback election is only about revenue, “money.” Pure and simple. It has nothing to do with anything else. No one wants to pay … more
My Fellow Gonzales Citizens: Today we find ourselves in a struggle. Throughout this campaign regarding the roll back of the city’s tax rate, I have been frustrated by the infighting and … more
I found out that a local restaurant offered lunch at no cost to every employee of the GISD last week. They didn’t hang a banner or shout it from the rooftops, they simply wanted to do something … more
Dear Mr. Fitzwater,   Thank you for sharing this article with us! We feel less alone. Just about everyone becomes enraged when treated ‘wrong’! It certainly helps us … more
Dear Editor: I am writing this letter as a concerned citizen. I live in District 4 and am worried about the ever increasing price of living and endless regulations in my city. My taxes have … more
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