LETTER: Safety and relationships

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By The Staff

Again it is time to celebrate the longtime tradition of our Fourth of July independence.

This is just great and fun. We must be careful and be safe. Respect one another and be friendly. We all join in together to celebrate this wonderful event.

No need to be angry and unfriendly. Citizens and out-of-town visitors should respect the law and our fellow police officers.

Police officers are here to help us. When we need protection and services, who do we call but our police (peace officers), right?

We must appreciate and thank our police, city, state and sheriffs. And fire departments. They have hard jobs

I read the newspaper the other day and found out that some people are complaining about police misconduct. I believe that relationships of all police and citizens need improvement. Also of out-of-town visitors.

No need or reason to be angry or rude. Be kind and friendly. We need each other. We the people pay taxes to pay police salaries. The police (peace officers) work for us.

We must work together to make our town safe and crime free. United we stand, divided we fall. Let’s rely on helping each other.

Police are here to serve and protect us. Don’t take the law into your own hands. If you need help, call 911 or 425-7504.

Help the police help us. Let’s all have peace and above all, love amongst us. Have a safe and fun Fourth of July.

Albert Gonzales

Las Vegas