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November 2007 Letters

TCP Talk

Letters and comments from our readers

Give Your Magazine a Second Life
The Quinlan VFW Post 12042 is asking Texas Co-op Power readers to pass their magazines on to Texas service members in harm’s way.

Put your magazine in an envelope and mail it to:

“Any B Company, 3-144 Infantry Soldier in Iraq”
2200 W. 35th St., Bldg. 42
Austin, TX  78763

They will be bundled and mailed overseas. Service members can use a touch of sweet Texas. We hope folks will help us brighten their spirits.

Steven D. Stewart, CW4 (Ret.), USA, Adjutant, Trinity Valley Electric Cooperative

Douse Those Lights
Your timely magazine is an added “plus” to good utility service. I totally agree with several recent comments about the increased light pollution at night. I would like to point out that the most flagrantly abusive polluters seem to be the schools that have gone up over the last several years.

S.G. King, Pedernales Electric Cooperative

Correction: October’s “Hit the Road” column listed several attractions at the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation that have been discontinued. For information on camping, fishing and swimming, call 1-800-926-9038. For special events such as pow-wows, call (936) 563-1100 or go to www.alabama-coushatta.com and choose Events from the Media pull-down menu.