Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: The front page article in the Feb. 27 edition stated that there were no other towns in R.I. that charge field fees.  Could it be perhaps that the participants that use other … more
On Feb. 5, the U.S. Senate passed SB-1, the Strengthening America’s Security in the Middle East Act of 2019, in a bipartisan vote of 77-23. Sen. Jack Reed voted against this bill, while … more
To the editor: For many months now, the Westport Board of Health has responded to our calls for the development of an animal site registry with the same answer: Once the Board of Selectmen agree … more
To the editor:  (In response to last week’s editorial, The Lonely Park.) If ever we were to contemplate the need for a splash pad in Police Cove Park, the title of last week’s … more
To the editor: (This letter was addressed to National Grid.) In August of 2016 I sent a letter to National Grid, expressing our concerns and frustration with having frequent power outages here … more
To the editor:  The Tiverton Town Budget Committee met last week on February 21 and witnessed one of the more highly anticipated presentations. This arrangement was offered by the new … more
To the editor: Two years ago the Warren Heritage Foundation established a permanent endowment fund for Warren at the Rhode Island Foundation, Providence, Rhode Island. The establishment of a … more
To the editor: This past fall, Barrington youth athletic associations were informed there was a proposal to quadruple the fees we pay the town for our field use with no plan to allocate the … more
To the editor: So, start time for schools will be set at a later hour for the beginning of the educational day for Barrington students. But this requires before and after school child care … more
I am writing in response to the letter entitled “Dogs should not be running wild, defecating on graves.” The level of disrespect cannot and should not, be ignored, but this brings up the … more
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