Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: As we collectively hold our breaths, waiting for the RI House and Senate to resolve the 2018 Budget, there remains the possibility that last year’s budget will remain intact. … more
To the editor: And so, now the citizens of this town want to reduce retirees to second class citizens, who have paid their fair share to support this town for far more years then some of you ever … more
To the editor, Allow me to congratulate Peter Kilmartin on continuing the fine tradition of the Rhode Island Attorney General’s office of stonewalling, obfuscation and the denial … more
To the editor: For more than 105 years, the Bay Spring Community Center has been helping friends, families, and neighbors from around Barrington. Now, on behalf of the board of directors of the … more
To the editor: If you use Barrington Town Beach as often as I do, you might notice that a decision was made by our Town Council to open our beach to non-residents for a daily fee of $10 per … more
To the editor: Hi Ken. I’m amused at how a little sarcasm bothers you so much. And, I’m surprised that you didn’t follow your own self-serving rhetoric to “engage in mature … more
To the editor: I’ve been a veterinarian for 10 years, and I take my duty to protect animals from cruelty very seriously. That’s why I’m proud to support House Bill 6023, … more
To the editor: I have been reading the letters about Mr. Douglas being on the COA being a conflict of interest. It is and he should resign. I say this with no malice.  Senator Cindy Coyne, … more
To the editor: This month our country is marking two of America’s most painful tragedies: The one-year anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando and the two-year anniversary of … more
To the editor: Pam Lauria wrote, “Surely Mr. Fuller is aware that Mr. Douglas did not 'gain' a seat on the committee on appropriations but was rather voted onto the committee of … more
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