Letters: Keep masks | Reeling Richmond | Gun violence | Remembering light | Newsom’s no-show | Violent rhetoric

Letters: Keep masks | Reeling Richmond | Gun violence | Remembering light | Newsom’s no-show | Violent rhetoric

Submit your letter to the editor via this form . Read more Letters to the Editor . Keep mask mandatesuntil pandemic ends With respect to the article “ Two Bay Area counties ease mask mandates ,” (Page B1, Oct. 30) I have to highly disagree with the decision. As a resident of Alameda County, I do not think it is fair that vaccinated people can go about their day in specific facilities with no mask on. I am vaccinated due to my job, but my partner is not. I will not force him to be vaccinated. These new Alameda County rules are wrong and unfair. Just because someone is vaccinated does not mean they should have priority to not wear a mask indoors. I believe everyone should still wear a mask indoors regardless of whether they are vaccinated or not. Maribel Reynoso Fremont City’s progressive wingdriving Richmond down Re. “ Richmond city leadership in a state of turmoil ,” Page A1, Nov. 11: Apparently, many city residents are oblivious to the dysfunction and incompetence of the City Council. The Richmond Progressive Alliance (RPA) — Councilmembers McLaughlin, Martinez, Willis, Jimenez and ally Johnson, hold a supermajority vote. Ultra-left in their ideology, they pursue a “healthy, sustainable and justice-oriented direction” (McLaughlin), but neglect city services and economic growth. Thanks to them, we now have a defunded police force (unanswered calls and fewer police officers on the street); a potential lawsuit — not defending the City, but in support of the plaintiffs […]

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