Letters to the Editor
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I am writing in response to last week’s letter, authored by Scott M. Proto, who took umbrage with the Phoenix’s front-page article, headlined “Gablinske vs. Donovan, moderate vs. … more
I work full time and my wife works a full-time job plus a part-time job. We have two teenage daughters who each have their own after school activities, and we also have a dog named Daisy. We live a … more
In the town of Bristol stand many of the homes, the buildings, designed by Russell Warren. “Longfield” is the first of that fine architect’s design to welcome folk to Bristol, at … more
On behalf of the Bristol Yacht Club, we write to thank the Bristol First Department and their colleagues from, among others, Warren, Swansea and Portsmouth, for their tireless help on … more
To the editor, Tiverton will and is presently is receiving taxable income from the startup of Twin River Casino and Hotel. This income is characterized as property taxes ($1.5M), and the expected … more
To the editor: I would have chuckled at how grossly ill-informed the perspectives from which the letters last week were written (many simply bashing the candidates endorsed by the TTA), if it … more
To the editor: Last week, there was a letter to the editor that singled me out. The letter was discussing school start time. I was surprised the letter addressed me directly instead of the entire … more
To the editor: It is easy to agree that we all want our town to continue to improve, to do more for less. The community and those elected need to think of the town first, and personal agendas … more
To the editor: The landscape is peppered with election signs as the many candidates running for Town Council and other positions seek our votes. Many individuals seem to be running independently, … more
To the editor: Residents of coastal towns are increasingly aware of the dangers of sea-level rise and the impact of climate change on their lives. Whether it be the recent footage of the damage … more
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