Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: Perhaps my lifelong interest in the New England woods, inhabited by my ancestors since 1661, leads me to value Herb’s woods; I also spent many hours with a tractor and chain pulling out ground hemlock from  fields in Maine.  I … more
To the editor: This letter addresses the concerns about the development of a Dollar General store at the intersection of Sprague Street and East Main Road. Several abutters, including ourselves, were never notified about the zoning … more
To the editor: I believe the recent Financial Town Referendum vote and the upcoming Town Council vote on amending Tiverton’s Comprehensive Plan share a very important something: a need for our elected representatives to listen to the will of … more
To the editor: On Tuesday July 7, at 7 p.m. at Tiverton High School, the Town Council will be voting on whether to approve the 64-acre, 600,000-plus square foot mega-development known as The Glen, which would be located right off Main Road … more
To the editor: The Westport Community Preservation Committee invites all interested parties to attend our September 16, 2015, meeting at 7 p.m. on the second floor of the Town Hall.  A public informational hearing will be held to study the … more
To the editor: Thanks to the hard work of the Tiverton School Committee, Finance Director Doug Fiore, as well as the cooperation of our bus contractor and regional special education director, the Tiverton School District will offer full-day … more
To the editor: Thank you to the Tiverton School Committee for seeing its way clear to implement full-day kindergarten in the coming school year.  The intention of the 0.9% Budget was to control taxes while not affecting programs … more
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