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LETTER: In support of supportive housing in Guelph

LETTER: In support of supportive housing in Guelph

'When my husband passed away, there were some issues around my housing which resulted in me being homeless for almost three years.'
<b>LETTER:</b> 'This is most likely the worst possible place' for permanent supportive housing project

LETTER: 'This is most likely the worst possible place' for permanent supportive housing project

Letter writer objects to a permanent supportive housing initiative proposed for the Willow Road/Dawson Road area
<b>LETTER:</b> 'Restore ARC Industries day programs'

LETTER: 'Restore ARC Industries day programs'

Letter writer's brother attended ARC for over 40 years
<b>LETTER:</b> Parent 'very disapointed' by UGDSB's decision to reorganize classrooms

LETTER: Parent 'very disapointed' by UGDSB's decision to reorganize classrooms

Parent urges the board to rethink its decision
<b>LETTER:</b> Loss of trees around Howitt Park a shame

LETTER: Loss of trees around Howitt Park a shame

Michelle Fitt wants to know why so many trees have been lost at a new development just west of downtown on Beechwood Avenue
<b>LETTER:</b> Not a beleafer: city leaf collection plan leaves much to be desired

LETTER: Not a beleafer: city leaf collection plan leaves much to be desired

A GuelphToday reader has issues with leaves being left at the side of the road for pickup
<b>LETTER:</b> Resident commends council's plan for Guelph's trees

LETTER: Resident commends council's plan for Guelph's trees

'Raise a glass to our trees,' Tom Ewart says
<b>LETTER:</b> CLGW must admit its mistake and reverse a bad decision

LETTER: CLGW must admit its mistake and reverse a bad decision

Letter writer urges Community Living Guelph Wellington to reconsider its changes to day programs
<b>LETTER: </b> Improved process needed to gather public input

LETTER: Improved process needed to gather public input

Quality public consultation comes from more knowledge of the subject at hand
<b>LETTER:</b> Parachuting in a political candidate not a good idea

LETTER: Parachuting in a political candidate not a good idea

Letter writer is opposed to the possibility of Green Party leader Annamie Paul running in Guelph in the next federal election