What should we write about?

June 11, 2014

Wednesday has returned, and we're back for another Victoria Advocate Editorial Board meeting. This past week had some great stories, and we have a whole lot more coming up. Just in the past week, we've seen talk about tax rates, appraisals, graduations, kayaking, rent prices, bullying and more.

With so many topics, we might be able to plan the next two weeks of editorials. But before we do that, we want to know what you would like us to write about. Leave a comment on this blog sharing your thoughts with the board, and we'll include it in our discussion. Take a look at some of the highlights from this week's news coverage.

This week's headlines:

· Goliad's new mayor talks goals, transition

· Veteran gets high school diploma - almost 6 decades later

· Victoria staff propose property tax increase to pay for street work

· Pro/Con: Is EPA proposal to cut energy emissions right move?

· Paddlers push for new trails

· Victoria residents question national study saying rents have dropped

· Debt-free Parkway donates mortgage payment to area ministries

· Victoria farmers market looks to grow

· Victoria City Council considers increases in water, sewer fees

· Anti-bullying group gathers for candlelight vigil

· Victoria officials hike parade fees

· Cuero mourns pillar of community