To Maryland transportation officials who say they support a runway extension at Hagerstown Regional Airport, even though they failed to include it in the long-range plan they released in January. Is it a priority or not?
To the person or persons vandalizing signs that urge Washington County not to close the Cascade Elementary School. If you disagree with the idea, then put up your own signs.
To Del. Cornell Dypski, D-Baltimore, for introducing a bill that would force citizens all over Maryland to pay higher rates, so drivers in Charm City, where bodily injury claims are double what they are elsewhere, can have cheaper coverage.
To the Berkeley County, W.Va., Sheriff's Department, for forming a citizens advisory board to give the general public input on the department's performance and policies.
To President George W. Bush, for calling the school shootings in Santee, California, "a disgraceful act of cowardice." If every teen shooter's lethal act is excused because he was bullied or teased, we'll never get a handle on such violence.
To all the candidates running in the Hagerstown city election, for being willing to put their private lives on display and their time at the public's disposal for the next four years.
To officials at Pottsgrove, Pa. High School, who responded to a wave of bomb threats - and explosion of some real pipe bombs - by banning students from driving to school. A stint as pedestrians should shake up students.