July 20, 2024

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Faculties can perform function
in chopping crime fees

Re. “Will decreasing prison sentences reduce state’s in general crime risk?” Website page A13, Jan. 24 :

Crime final results in incarceration — induce and result. Will reducing the outcome, i.e. prison sentences, lessen the induce, i.e. criminal offense? No. To reduce incarceration, it is essential to decrease crime, the result in of incarceration.

To decrease crime, begin with the California school method. The California college program requirements to begin including in the curriculum the instructing of right and wrong, as expressed in condition and federal law, with emphasis on the awful repercussions of felony action on both of those the sufferer and on the perpetrator as perfectly as the penalties. It is urgent to prevent young individuals from getting into into legal exercise in the very first position and from becoming section of the prison population, as a result lessening each criminal offense and the resulting size of the prison population.

Firmness in sentencing will minimize repeat crimes and discourage felony exercise, when instruction in excellent citizenship decreases the amount of individuals entering into criminal offense and populating the prisons.

Richard Jesse
Dublin

County can support
house foodstuff market

The food stuff marketplace has suffered beneath the pounds of COVID-19. Even right before COVID, worries like large costs and competition prevented folks like myself, who want to share food with their community, from developing a organization with significant earnings.

As a solitary mom and food field experienced, I have been on the lookout for a alternative. Currently, I am in a position to market a smaller menu through an on-line system, Shef, but I am confined. Now, in purchase for a house cook dinner to provide food items, they’d typically have to work out of a professional kitchen area, which is out of attain for quite a few.

Alameda County has the possibility to put into practice new guidelines that allow for some cooks to thoroughly function their enterprises from property, with powerful food-basic safety standards in location. I assist this proposal. It opens up prospects for a lot of who have skilled limitations, have been laid-off, or require much more overall flexibility to generate a dwelling.

Shereen Aly
Alameda

Kaiser comforts
throughout COVID disaster

I am 70 years previous and I have been a Kaiser member for just about 29 years. Throughout the recent pandemic, I experienced to offer with cataract operation and a sciatica crisis, and Kaiser came as a result of with flying hues. In the beginning, I did not imagine in movie appointments, but they labored devoid of any complications.

I was terrified on the day of the cataract surgical procedure. When I arrived at Kaiser Martinez, I was acquired by the health-related personnel hiding behind the PPE. Nevertheless, their form eyes and soothing voices calmed me, and the procedure was thriving. I am eternally grateful for both equally their specialist and personalized assistance.

Evelyn Graetz
Enjoyable Hill

Allow people use COVID
knowledge to make conclusions

Whilst I applaud this newspaper’s criticism of the county blocking the launch of data (“County stonewalls launch of records for nursing homes,” Website page A12, Jan. 24), I just can’t assist but consider it’s a tad hypocritical.

In the editorial, you advocated the launch of knowledge so that citizens may possibly make educated decisions for what’s finest for them. Nonetheless when a business operator needs to make their have educated conclusion to open up or anytime persons make knowledgeable decisions to gather you chastise them for being reckless and irresponsible. Give the information to the people today and enable them choose how they want to handle their organization in their life.

Max Ritter
Livermore

Oil industry’s terrible week
is a superior one particular for Earth

In Sunday’s “Who’s up and who’s down,” (Page B1, Jan. 24) you award the oil business a crimson down-arrow for the news that “Biden vows to block new drilling on public lands across the West, crack down on air pollution and greenhouse emissions and put sector lobbyists out of government positions.”

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