Jamaica Gleaner Letters
Published: Monday Monday | September 7, 2009
LETTER OF THE DAY - Unreasonable and ill-timed increase
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WAS taken aback Saturday morning when I decided to venture into Kingston from Portmore via the causeway. I found it so strange that the traffic flowing from the toll plaza was not moving at the pace that one has come to expect on a largely non-working day... Read More...No toll increase
THE EDITOR, Sir: I MAKE this appeal to Dunbar McFarlane, toll regulator in the Ministry of Transport and Works. I write with respect to the proposed increase in toll charges on Highway 2000, and to make known my strong objection to any increase... Read More...Gutter radio - Ragga-style
THE EDITOR, Sir:WHEN I first read about Dr Kingsley 'Ragashanti' Stewart - the "ghetto youth who overcame the odds and a turbulent childhood to achieve outstanding academic success" (my words) - I, like many others who read it... Read More...Misinformation on deaf persons and HIV/AIDS
The Editor, Sir: Please permit me to respond in my capacity as public relations officer for the Jamaica Association for the Deaf to an article titled 'Ridiculous rise in HIV/AIDS cases among the Deaf', published in the Daily Observer on Monday, August 10. Read More...Enforce law and order
The Editor, Sir: I was reading the This day in our past feature in your paper and was deeply moved by former Prime Minister Alexander Bustamante's passionate declaration that law and order would be maintained in Jamaica if he had to sacrifice his own... Read More...