Letters to the Editor
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On Monday night the Tiverton Town Council is NOT being asked to take an up or down vote on Carpionato Group’s proposed development, Tiverton Glen. The Council is not being asked to alter the direction of the town, and future development. … more
To the editor: A weeks ago the last of our four children graduated from East Providence High School, bringing to a close seventeen fantastic/amazing years of K-12 education for our family in EP Schools. With overwhelming gratitude, we wish … more
To the editor: Kudos to Louise Durfee for pointing out the outrageous changes proposed at the last possible minute by Carpionato.  Substantive changes should be reviewed by the planning and zoning board who are charged with making a … more
To the editor: I attended the "Glen"/Souza Road project special town council meeting Tuesday night and would like to comment on it. I had not previously attended any of these meetings but I felt this Comprehensive Community Plan … more
To the editor: Tiverton is a small town with big problems that get bigger every year. Sitting at town council meetings for the last t25 years as an observer was the start. Also serving on our town’s zoning board, budget committee and now … more
The Bristol Fourth of July parade is a beautiful thing. It is a beacon of pride and honor for our town. Letters could and should be written about its glory. Unfortunately this is not one of those letters. Something needs to change about … more
Above: Gloria Schmidt of the Portsmouth Historical Society looks out at the "audience room" of the former Christian Union Church inside the Society's building. To the editor: The old church is feeling her age. The Christian Union … more
To the editor: With the Tiverton School Committee's June 25 decision to fund all day kindergarten, 120 local children will receive a better education at a critical time in their cognitive development. The benefits of a full-day education … more
To the editor: I am so pleased that my neighbor placed a home-made sign on his property to support some changes in Tiverton.  Too many people are eager to form opposition groups.  And people who are supportive of changes that could result in … more
To the editor: On each of the seven days between June 22 to June 28, Little Compton Community First (LCCF) shared the profiles, contact information, web addresses and Facebook pages of three small businesses based here in Little Compton. As … more
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