Letters

08/24/2018

My husband and I have enjoyed your magazine for many years. I would like to suggest that you stop wrapping them in plastic, as I am sure you are aware of the harm plastic is doing to our planet. We receive many publications by mail which are not encased in plastic and they arrive in perfect condition.
— Lee and Debbie FitzGerald

In an effort to conserve energy and be a company that is more environmentally conscious, we have decided to forego the polybag for most copies mailing to subscribers. There will be exceptions when there’s an onsert or some other special mailer included with the magazine.
— Editor


I saw the digital edition of Life in the Finger Lakes’ August/September 2018 issue with the Honor Flight Rochester article. Looks great. Thank you very much. We hope more veterans in the Finger Lakes Region will see your article and apply for their Honor Flight.
— Rick Meier, VP Publicity,
Honor Flight Rochester


Thank you for the copy of the magazine. It was a real honor seeing my photo on the cover as well as the pictorial inside (July/August 2018). My friends and family have really enjoyed seeing it, as well as some of my friends and customers. I really appreciate the opportunity to be in your magazine and I can’t thank you enough.
— Anthony Marino


The January/February 2018 issue brought to light the village of Phelps. “Best Seat in the House” showcased an interesting place to visit that is close to home.

We live near Watkins Glen and read of their possible purchase of a clock. In our historic Hanover Square in Horseheads, and village green in Elmira Heights, more clocks are also being considered.

Perhaps in the future you might write of the Isle of Pines – a mansion of wealth, intrigue, murder and ruination in Wayne, New York. More information can be found at the Dundee Historical Society.

Until next issue, thanks for your excellent magazine.
— Jan and Floyd Bennett


Please direct your responses to mark@lifeinthefingerlakes.com