Letters to the Editor
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To the editor, This Saturday, Feb. 18, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., the “Farmers Market” at Mount Hope Farm will be collecting your E-Waste (anything with a plug). This … more
I’d like to know when the Bristol Police Department is going to do something about this DRUG PROBLEM WE HAVE IN BRISTOL at these local bars. You can’t even go into a bar with your son and … more
To the editor, I want to thank the town of Bristol for its hard work in clearing streets and sidewalks after last week’s snowfall. I’d also like to request that a section of sidewalk … more
To the editor: As I’ve been known to say to my fellow democrats, it’s not only that there are too many democrats in our little, deep blue, city-state, but that we also have too few techniques … more
To the editor: On behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Mount Hope Farm Trust, I am writing in response to the Speak-Out piece in last week’s Bristol Phoenix complaining about dogs running … more
To the editor, “Elections have consequences.” They do indeed, and last November, the people of Bristol had an opportunity to elect an individual to the Town Council; not doing so is … more
Regarding the proposed 35-cent landing fee for the ferry, the new council people, the first thing they do is suggest new fees. Mooring residency used to be $85, now it’s $105. Over time, once … more
To the editor: I couldn’t agree more with the opinion presented by your editorial of Feb. 9, 2017 concerning term limits. You so correctly advanced the position that a line item veto for … more
The article in last week’s Phoenix, “Local lawmakers wary of marijuana legalization bill,” did little in the way of clarifying the positions of our local state representatives on … more
There are some DISGUSTING PEOPLE WHO WALK THEIR DOGS after dark and let their dogs relieve themselves along High Street, leaving the deposits so that people walking along High Street unknowingly step … more
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