Letters to the Editor
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Since the redistricting year 2002, Bristol has had three senators, all three of which have ably served their districts (putting political philosophy aside), however none of them live in … more
We are encouraged with the spirited discussion we had with the Bristol Town Council during its Jan. 16 meeting. Clearly there is a commitment to revitalize our economy, not just in the historic … more
To the editor: I’d like to take this opportunity to reintroduce myself and provide a perspective about my unique qualifications for election to the Barrington Town Council on Tuesday, … more
To the editor: I have been asked why am I running for the open seat on the Barrington Town Council.   One reason is that I have been disappointed, as have other members of the community, … more
To the editor: My children’s health and safety is at the top of my priority list. So before writing a letter about synthetic turf vs. natural grass athletic fields, I checked my facts. … more
To the editor: I am baffled and boggled that the Warren Times Gazette would publish a letter that amounts to slander against a local organization that does not exist.  There is no "Warren … more
To the editor: The recent letter to Shorelines from the owner of a 30-acre trailer campground issuing a public plea for the town to buy his land was a bit awkward to read, perhaps because it’s … more
To the editor: The relationship between faith and science has been a complicated and controversial subject for almost 200 years.  Evolution, Big Bang, Creation and Intelligent Design are the main … more
To the editor: The Costa family is sitting on prime real estate in Westport. I am quite sure many developers would like to purchase this parcel of land and perhaps market their building project … more
To the editor: I’m not a Barrington resident, but my daughter and granddaughters are and I have visited many times. As a former athletic director and coach here in the Philadelphia area I … more
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