Donations for sheriff legitimate | Sept. 30, letter
Police group not getting my money
I read the letter concerning the donations for Sheriff Chris Nocco from Tallahassee came from the Florida Police Benevolent Association.
So, does that mean any donations I gave to the Florida PBA went to campaigns of sheriffs? I think there will be no more donations from me.
Sandra Hedlund, New Port Richey
Tax is 'welfare for millionaires'
If the truth were to be told, wouldn't it be that "Penny for Pasco" is actually "welfare for millionaires?"
This is funding used to buy worthless or used up land from those who gave money to political campaigns and now are eligible to get back their investments on land that no longer suit their needs.
Roger Smith, Port Richey
Driver needs to be responsible
This is an open letter to the man who rear-ended my husband's truck and then took off at 11 a.m. Friday at the light at Ridge Road and U.S. 19.
You got out and said to move to the side of the road and then you took off in the opposite direction. Sure, you didn't want to report it to your insurance company. It was fine for us to report it on ours though and pay a $500 deductible even though it was your fault.
What did your mother teach you? She should have taught you to take responsibility for your actions no matter what the consequences are.
A police report was filed with the Port Richey Police Department. The truck was a white dual-wheeled Chevy or Ford truck and it headed south off Ridge Road to U.S. 19. The driver was a white, middle-aged man.
Let the police department know if you witnessed this or think you know who this driver is.
D. Tew, Port Richey