From the comprehensive article "The ABC's of city politics: Proposition A stalls, Airport Authority left to pick up the pieces" (The Beacon, Nov. 30), I think it is clear that the new board must go after the real issue!
The real issue is whether San Diego voters want to expand San Diego or concentrate on staying within our limits of water, sewage processing, freeways and city services. Instead of expanding, make the quality of what we have much, much better! After all this, we can review the possibility of making Miramar a civilian airport as the Marines go after a better military airport outside the city.
Walt Tice, Pacific Beach
Read it, heed it
All you folks who don't know for sure what they take and what they don't take in the blue recycling bins, take heed.
Last week's The Curbsider mailing has come out that tells you all you need to know about your recycling program and collection schedule. Read it. Heed it. Post it on the side of your fridge with the provided magnet for future reference. And for more info, visit www.sandiego.gov/environmental-services/recycling/.
Ben Harness, Point Loma