I feel you should re-think the part of your editorial concerning the confrontation of public safety workers ("Editorial: A matter of public record," Oct. 17). Everyone has the right to question the activities of these workers, but it should be done in the right format.
Had I pulled over to question a police action and said how stupid that activity was, the back of a patrol car is where I would have ended up. If I had called or e-mailed the police chief, my complaint would have been handled in a civilized manner.
My main point is one shouldn't interfere in safety employee operations.
If quoted correctly in the Daily Pilot article on the school board election, 30-year incumbent Judy Franco said that "now's not the time to elect somebody new to the school board…"("School board elections building up," Oct. 5). Does she actually believe that she is the only resident of Trustee Area 5 qualified for a seat on the school board? What incredible hubris!