LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Dangerous trash bins
I used to live on Roberts Street many years ago. I am sad when I see the overflowing trash bins and tall, overgrown weeds on Oleander and Roberts streets.
It is so totally unkempt and a hazard. What if children get into those nasty trash bins? Why hasn’t this situation been taken care of?
Thanks for hospitality
We have been coming to Port Aransas for the last 12 years, and we think that we are overdue in expressing our thanks to this wonderful, small city that provides us so much.
Obviously, we love the beach and the way it is maintained. And the folks do such a great job in keeping the ferries running so smoothly. And, special kudos to the wonderful staff at the library for their service.
We also appreciate the upgrades at Roberts Point Park. And, the city is to be commended in having the vision to make Charlie’s Pasture the wonderful place to visit that it has become, and let’s not forget the Winter Sounds program at the Port Aransas Community Theatre.
The list could just go on and on, which is to your credit, Port Aransas. And of course, this is to our benefit, and in large part, keeps us coming back winter after winter.
Finally, it’s good to remember that there are plenty of places to stay, but there’s only one Port Aransas.
Vince and Jackie Bonjorno
Concord, N. H.