Letters to the Editor
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On the eve of another great opportunity by the Solarize Bristol program, I want to encourage fellow Bristolians to take advantage of this wonderful program.   Last year at this time we were … more
The historic and architecturally significant house at 1200 Hope St. is in a terrible state of repair, with the front entrance porch in imminent danger of collapse, the exterior siding and windows … more
To the editor: (Barrington Times Wed. Nov.1 2017 at the bottom of pg. 3) “NEWS BRIEF Share your thoughts about financial town meeting Barrington residents are invited to share their … more
To the editor: This past summer, these pages were aflame with charges of possible ethics violations brought about by Scott and Megan Douglas holding elected positions with the Barrington Committee … more
To the editor: The town continues to "spin" rationalizations for eliminating the senior flat exemption. First, the town has now stated that "income verification is standard practice in towns … more
To the editor: (The following comments remarks were delivered last Thursday to the Rhode Island Planning Council.) We are here to speak on behalf of Bike Tiverton and in coordination with the … more
To the editor: I find it comical that Jeff Caron decides to write a letter to the editor lambasting the current Town Council. Let's refresh his memory a bit. On April 11, 2011, there was a … more
To the editor: Kudos to the Barrington Public Works Department for the cleanup on Zephyr Lane a few days after the storm.  They took care of a request to get a dangerous situation off the … more
To the editor: Many parents are concerned about the opioid and drug crisis and want to know what is being done. Some may have attended the “Hidden in Plain Sight” presentation and … more
To the editor: To whom it may concern, (which this should be concerning to any compassionate person) … This letter is urgent and I am asking for the help of any official to help shut down and … more
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