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Urge Harmony council
to advance NWS plan

I’m a longtime resident of Harmony and a retired police officer from the Harmony Police Division. I wish to specific my help for the town of Harmony’s imaginative and prescient for the Harmony Naval Weapons Station challenge. It will likely be of nice profit to Harmony’s residents, to our kids and our grandchildren.

Not solely will this new challenge appeal to future high-paying jobs to our metropolis, however it’s going to present reasonably priced housing for our younger grownup youngsters and ageing seniors alike. This housing shall be near BART, a brand new regional park with strolling and biking trails and different leisure facilities. The Harmony Naval Weapons Station challenge will embrace new procuring, eating, motels and leisure alternatives for these of us who stay right here.

All of us have to get behind this challenge and ask the Metropolis Council to maneuver ahead with making it a actuality as quickly as potential.

Scott Wagner

Slate will proceed
Acalanes’ excellence

We might be very happy with the accomplishments of the Acalanes Union Excessive Faculty District (AUHSD) over the previous years and now. This can be a devoted group that cares deeply about excellence in training for all college students.

We and our former colleagues on the Acalanes Union Excessive Faculty Board, Vanessa Crews, Susie Epstein, Tom Mulvaney, Margot Tobias, Fred Weil and Richard Whitmore, want to suggest sturdy help for the next candidates for the AUHSD board to proceed that excellence. We all know that these candidates have proven their dedication to guide in our communities. Their information of the problems has been and can proceed to be demonstrated. These are sturdy leaders who might be trusted: Jennifer Chen, Nancy Kendzierski and Chris Severson.

Please vote for these candidates within the Nov. 8 election to proceed the excellence in our faculties.

Judy Carney
and Kathy Coppersmith
Walnut Creek

Kumagai will champion
girls’s well being care

Meeting candidate Shawn Kumagai has the expertise we have to enhance and defend entry to girls’s well being care in California.

As district director for Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan, D-Orinda, Kumagai has labored tirelessly to maneuver Bauer-Kahan’s legislative agenda ahead, together with serving to to go new legal guidelines to guard a girl’s proper to decide on and to make sure that all girls can acquire the well being care they want. He has labored arduous as a part of Bauer-Kahan’s management workforce to assist safeguard a affected person’s proper to entry reproductive well being care safely and privately, and helping her in her place as chairwoman of the Meeting Choose Committee on Reproductive Well being.

Our meeting district wants a pacesetter like Kumagai who can leap proper in on this necessary problem and already is aware of get the job completed. I’m voting for Shawn.

Linda Knapp

Vote Lauritzen for
CoCo Water District

Re. “Water board has weak candidates in contested race,” Web page A6, Sept. 15 :

There was one line within the editorial on the Contra Costa Water District race about Mariah Lauritzen advocating for recycled water. Blink and you’ll miss it.