Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: I agree with you Ned and, it feels wonderful that there really are others who can see that a large percentage of the citizens of Barrington do not get to have their voices heard and … more
To the editor: When read through the lens of our current social norms, the words Negro and Slave are emotionally loaded at best and vulgar at worst.  In Barrington 115 years ago however, … more
One of the more obnoxious Bristol Fourth of July traditions is the daily turf war that wages quietly on the green grass of Independence Park on Thames Street. Home to the two-week concert series that … more
Do the members of the Bristol Planning Board and Bristol Historic District Commission remember their oaths?  “I solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution and obey the laws of … more
A patient earful of two previous joint Bristol Planning Board and Bristol Historic District Commission public hearings at Colt School of the vulcanized chalk-box plan Jim Roiter has for snaking his … more
Some of us who attended the combined Planning Board and Historic District Commission meeting on June 21, left the meeting wondering, “What just happened?” The opening Belvedere-at-Thames … more
To the editor: Like many of my neighbors, I received a mailing this week that can only be described as a misleading and insulting piece of junk mail aimed at attacking Senator Cindy … more
To the editor: It may be time for the Town Council to look at an idea outside the box regarding taxes as a way to increase the revenue without raising taxes.  Since our educational system … more
To the editor: Barrington’s town meeting has not and does not truly represent the entire town. It’s time for a change to a representative town meeting.   In many ways it is … more
To the editor: My parents were war refugees in their own country. My mother was one of eight children, and her family had to flee their home to escape invading forces. They had to travel over 200 … more
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