To the editor:
In Sunday’s editorial about the South Lawrence Trafficway, “Top priority,” the writer characterized opponents of the SLT as barking dogs who bother the mailman.
The Journal-World Letters Policy clearly states that letter writers must “avoid name-calling.”
Characterizing fellow citizens who have legitimate and heartfelt concerns about the SLT as barking dogs is name-calling indeed and harms the Lawrence community.
The Journal-World should adhere to the standards it demands in its own Letters Policy.