Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: “…..68.4 million - amount taxpayers approved last November….” The problem is that there are many people who will have to pay for something when they … more
To the editor: Let’s dump more on the volunteers.  It is regretful that Josh (Bickford) opted for sensationalism rather than objective reporting. It has become obvious that there is … more
To the editor: It appears the town is trying to combine the circuit breaker and the elderly tax exemption together.  While the circuit breaker has been income-based, the elderly exemption … more
To the editor: After reading Mr. Corey’s “unbiased letter” of Oct. 19, it sounds to me and my “unbiased opinion” that we should put up with the left-leaning, biased … more
To the editor: We have a treasure in our town. And if we don’t act now, we will lose it.   It’s the last farm in Barrington, and it's located on Federal Road, next to the … more
To the editor: This letter is a brief update on the status of your Charter Review Commission and an invitation for public comment. The commission held its first meeting and went right to work … more
To the editor: The Republicans would have us believe that their new “tax reform” is designed to help the middle class. The following are just some of the glaring deceptions of this … more
To the editor: At Monday’s Town Council meeting in Portsmouth, a request was made for the cost of the transfer station be included in our tax rolls (it was removed in 2006). Trash collection … more
To the editor: Attached photo is a new sign installed by (the R.I. Department of Transportation) yesterday (Oct. 23) at Route 114/Route 24 North/South. It is void of a start date, yet they know it … more
To the editor: Sowams Elementary School is so thankful for the support of our community to make our Octoberfest on Saturday, Oct. 14 a huge success.  Octoberfest is one of the few and the … more
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