Letters to the Editor

July 1, 2014 12:00 AM

Manatee County medical sector needs novel solution to indigent care

Since Manatee Memorial Hospital CEO Kevin Dilallo is parading his needy patients before the county commissioners, maybe we should take all the low income, needy taxpayers that are hurt by an increase in their taxes each and every time they buy food, clothing, electric, and gas before the county commissioners, too.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Manatee resident on being a stray cat caretaker 01:45

Manatee resident on being a stray cat caretaker

Braden River softball Coach Melissa Dowling disappointed but proud of players 01:25

Braden River softball Coach Melissa Dowling disappointed but proud of players

Miriam Schmoll leads Bayshore into state softball championship game 01:24

Miriam Schmoll leads Bayshore into state softball championship game

Manatee County conducts prescribed burn at Robinson Preserve 01:41

Manatee County conducts prescribed burn at Robinson Preserve

State College of Florida Collegiate School graduates 98 students 01:28

State College of Florida Collegiate School graduates 98 students

Republican candidates for Manatee County Commission speak at luncheon 01:40

Republican candidates for Manatee County Commission speak at luncheon

Drone footage of a tunnel construction in Washington State feels like Star Wars 04:18

Drone footage of a tunnel construction in Washington State feels like Star Wars

Toddlers damage Bradenton splash park, shut it down 00:38

Toddlers damage Bradenton splash park, shut it down

Truck dumps 50,000 pounds of potatoes, closing North Carolina highway 00:18

Truck dumps 50,000 pounds of potatoes, closing North Carolina highway

Bradenton Christian middle school building takes shape 01:13

Bradenton Christian middle school building takes shape

Parachute into a football stadium with Navy Seals 02:51

Parachute into a football stadium with Navy Seals

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos