Monday letters: San Jac, payday advances, Target

Monday letters: San Jac, payday advances, Target

I simply wish to show my admiration when it comes to visual that starred in the Outlook part on 22 («The San Jacinto River: In Peril» (Page B15) june.

I really believe that lots of Houstonians do not know much about their surrounding environment, man-made and normal, and I also understand numerous natives that would have since much difficulty putting the very first Ward for a map while they would the San Jacinto River. I will be grateful to experience a segment aimed at our woes that are environmental.

In addition to that, i’m a fan that is big of artwork plus the utilization of a cartoon as a medium for explaining the problem. My generation was weened on infographics and seeing a well-researched and succinct visual description of Houston issues is really a uncommon sight indeed.

Kudos to Nick Anderson, so when a millennial, this sort of clear-headed Houston-centric news is one thing i might put money into.

Nick Panzarella, Houston

Ban them forever

Regarding «New pay day loan guidelines draw fire» ( web Page A1, Wednesday), kudos into the city of Houston for breaking straight straight down from the payday/title creditors. These firms are gradually being controlled away from company within the bigger urban centers in Texas. Fortsett å lese «Monday letters: San Jac, payday advances, Target»