November 2017 – Letters to the Editor

Posted by on Nov 6, 2017

The Mid-county Memo is your newspaper—we want to hear from you! Discuss an important issue, respond to a request for comment or address a concern you want to call to the attention of the community. Letters to the editor will always be edited for space, style, grammar and issues of clarity. Please include your full name and identify the...
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October 2017 – Letters to the Editor

Posted by on Oct 7, 2017

We want to hear from you. Discuss an important issue, respond to a request for comment, or address a concern you want to call to the community’s attention. E-mail letters to editor@midcountymemo.com. The mailing address is 3510 N.E. 134th Ave., Portland, OR 97230. Deadline for the November issue is Monday, Oct. 16. Locked gates frustrate longtime...
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September 2017 – Letters to the Editor

Posted by on Sep 4, 2017

The Mid-county Memo is your newspaper. We want to hear from you. Discuss an important issue, respond to a request for comment or address a concern you want to call to the attention of the community. Letters to the editor are edited for space, style, grammar and issues of clarity. Please include your full name and identify the neighborhood in...
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June 2017 – Letters to the Editor

Posted by on Jun 2, 2017

The Mid-county Memo is your newspaper. We want to hear from you. Discuss an important issue, respond to a request for comment or address a concern you want to call to the attention of the community. Letters to the editor will always be edited for space, style, grammar and issues of clarity. Please include your full name and identify the...
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May 2017 – Letters to the Editor

Posted by on May 1, 2017

We want to hear from you. Discuss an important issue, respond to a request for comment or address a concern you want to call to the attention of the community. Please limit your letter to 500 words or less, and include your full name and the neighborhood in which you reside. We prefer e-mailed letters to the editor sent to...
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April 2017 – Letters to the Editor

Posted by on Apr 1, 2017

The Mid-county Memo is your newspaper. We want to hear from you. Discuss an important issue, respond to a request for comment or address a concern you want to call to the attention of the community. Letters to the editor will always be edited for space, style, grammar and issues of clarity. Please tray and limit your letter to 500 words or less,...
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March 2017 – Letters to the Editor

Posted by on Mar 1, 2017

The Mid-county Memo is your newspaper. We want to hear from you. Discuss an important issue, respond to a request for comment or address a concern you want to call to the attention of the community. Letters to the editor are edited for space, style, grammar and issues of clarity. Please include your full name and identify the neighborhood in...
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February 2017 – Letters to the Editor

Posted by on Feb 6, 2017

The Mid-county Memo is your newspaper. We want to hear from you. Discuss an important issue, respond to a request for comment or address a concern you want to call to the attention of the community. Letters to the editor will always be edited for space, style, grammar and issues of clarity. Please include your full name and identify the...
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January 2017 – Letters to the Editor

Posted by on Jan 6, 2017

We want to hear from you. Discuss an important issue, respond to a request for comment or address a concern you want to call to the attention of the community. Letters to the editor are edited for space, style, grammar and issues of clarity. Please include your full name and identify the neighborhood in which you reside. We prefer e-mailed...
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December 2016 – Letters to the Editor

Posted by on Dec 2, 2016

The Mid-county Memo is your newspaper. We want to hear from you. Discuss an important issue, respond to a request for comment or address a concern you want to call to the attention of the community. Letters to the editor will always be edited for space, style, grammar and issues of clarity. Please include your full name and identify the...
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