On July 21, the Payson School Board voted to send a continuation of the 10 percent property tax override to the November 2014 ballot, just as they did in 2004, 2008 and 2010.
I have to tell you, I am one of those people who are sick, sick, sick of listening to the good people of our two-party system call each other traitors, un-American, and call for revolution.
What is their position now? First it was that they needed homeowners to install solar so they could meet the government mandate for use of renewable energy.
I have heard numbers from $1,000 to $10,000 and even $12,000 being paid to these coyotes to bring the throngs of young people to our borders from Central America. Has anyone ever looked into where that money is coming from?
You people are doing a terrific job with the Payson Roundup.
This letter is in reference to the Friday, Aug. 1 Roundup article, “Bunch of rubber stamps?”.
Have you ever heard of the saying “change is good!”? Have you ever sat with a group of people and hear that they are tired of hearing “When the college comes ...”
Building a business park that has potential explosive danger away from other businesses and residences makes sense to me. I will caveat, at the expense of the builder. The city should not be on the hook for any road construction, water, sewer and electrical expenses of the new infrastructure.
In 2010 Payson Town Council candidate Su Connell made a promise to protect Payson’s citizens and provide the best possible police, fire and water services.
I appreciate the Roundup’s election coverage and in particular the attention it has devoted to the Superior Court judge race, which is very important, but can be overlooked amidst the other, more attention-grabbing contests.
I must take umbrage with a letter published recently concerning Tim Wright’s legal experience and his qualifications to be the next Gila County Superior Court judge.
Vision (n): The ability or instance of great perception, especially of the future events; the stated aims and objectives of a business or other organization.
Negative political signs are beginning to appear around town.
I have been following the articles about the candidates running for city council and mayor for the town of Payson.
In response to the many Roundup articles addressing the lack of support for Payson schools and kids: I would hope this letter is like the commercial where the person says, “Everybody knows that.”