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The quality of candidates seeking and being elected to office has markedly deteriorated over time, and I believe this issue is important to voters making choices at all levels of government.
The Clover/Lake Wylie Republican Women thank the entire community for supporting our club’s major fundraiser, the Clover/Lake Wylie Home and Garden Tour on April 27.
It is time for all of us to begin thinking about ways in which we might be able to “sacrifice, for the greater good.” Not only is this idea noble, it can help us accomplish great things.
As founder of Sweet Repeat, I was sad to hear Jane Chislett had resigned from her position of responsibility for the clothing department.
When I recently read news headlines, as I did in your Opinions & Views, I thought how nice it is for the Lake Wylie Pilot to give their readers an opportunity to present their opinions. I cringe however, when I read an opinion that is not true or not written based on current and real facts.
Two building projects, both single-family housing, are currently under way across from each other on Palisades Parkway. Both of these projects drain into Studman Branch, which goes directly into Boyd’s Cove and eventually into Lake Wylie.
So the season of Peace on Earth and goodwill to men has come and passed once again. As we begin our normal lives again in the new year, let’s hope that some of the wisdom of the princes of peace will remain with all of us:
I have been living in North Carolina for more than two years. I lived and worked in the Lake Wylie/Clover area for 12 years, and still receive a copy of the Lake Wylie Pilot each week.
Mick Mulvaney has been in political office for six years. He’s a “what can you do for me” politician, not a “what can I do for my constituents” politician. Let us look at his voting record:
On behalf of the 2012 Riversweep Planning Group and Lake Wylie Covekeepers, I want to thank everyone who gave their time and energy for the 11th annual cleanup of Lake Wylie Oct. 6.