Letters

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Letter: Legislation lays out blueprint for Michigan’s energy future

November 25, 2016
Editor: A recent editorial from the Grand Rapids Business Journal about the state legislature’s work to update Michigan’s energy law (“State energy ‘choice’ legislation designed to deceive,” Nov. 7, Grand Rapids Business Journal) did not address some important issues. Read More

Letter: How many apartment buildings are too many?

September 30, 2016
Editor: “Is Grand Rapids in the midst of an apartment building bubble?” “Who is going to fill all of these units that are being built?” Read More

Letter: Let energy proposals go dark

September 16, 2016
Editor: Please contact your state legislators and inform them you “strongly suggest” they vote “no” on a package of energy bills (SB 437, SB 438) reported out of the Senate Energy & Technology Committee and currently before the full Michigan Senate. Read More

Letter: Climate change is a hoax

September 2, 2016
Editor: I am disappointed with the Guest Column by Todd R. Yarbrough “Why business should say yes to a carbon tax” (Business Journal, Aug. 22). Read More

Letter: Will state lawmakers act before gun violence hits home?

July 1, 2016
Editor: Orlando, Newtown, San Bernardino — who among us really hasn’t considered that Grand Rapids could be the next on the list? Read More

Letter: Parks deserve a ‘yes’ vote

June 24, 2016
Editor: Ottawa County voters soon will receive their absentee ballots for the Aug. 2 election. Read More

Letter: Blood diversion is a blow to West Michigan efforts

April 8, 2016
Editor: Your Street Talk feature (“Slam-dunk design,” March 28) on the American Red Cross blood donation appeal is a major disservice to our community and the hospitals in Kent County. Read More

Letter: Health Pointe is ready to serve Grand Haven

April 8, 2016
Editor: The Grand Haven community has been the focal point of considerable discussion, deliberation and debate regarding the Health Pointe integrated health care center. Read More

Letter: Don’t overlook other NOCHS issues

April 1, 2016
Editor: Lody Zwarensteyn’s letter to the editor (“Township has fiduciary responsibility to NOCHS,” March 21) primarily addresses the financial aspect of Health Pointe’s impact on Grand Haven/NOCHS. Read More

Letter: Cost of independent health care editorial is misleading

March 25, 2016
I wanted to respond to your recent editorial in the Grand Rapids Business Journal (“Independent physician alliances reduce costs, improve outcomes,” March 7, 2016). Read More