Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: Unless we require their services, most of us rarely pause to consider the sacrifices made by our local first responders. This is especially true of Bristol's volunteer firefighters … more
To the editor:I would like to address this to all citizens of Warren: If you were not at the council meeting of July 11th please review the video on the town’s web page and watch our … more
To the editor, The Bristol Veterans Council helps veterans and their families in all different ways. Steve Skuba had an idea for a memorial for P. Andrew McKenna, and BVC President Joseph Diniz … more
To the Editor: Susan Gill’s term as member of the Tiverton Planning Board will soon expire. She richly deserves re-appointment by Town Council. Her three years of volunteer service on the Board has been nothing short of exemplary. more
To the editor: For more than 105 years, the Bay Spring Community Center has been helping friends, families, and neighbors from around Barrington. Now, on behalf of the board of directors of the … more
To the editor: Don’t fall for the Tiverton Taxpayers Association’s scare tactics. As an elected member of the last Charter Review Commission, I can assure you that the Commission cannot take anything away from residents, not “freedoms,” not “property rights,” and not the Financial Town Referendum, as the group has ominously warned. more
To the editor:As indicated in a previous Letter to the Editor, I wanted to find a way to help inform and engage voters in Tiverton. As a result, the Tiverton Votes website was born. You can view on … more
Westport officials should not be wasting time with a “day of remembrance” ceremony for neglected animals. Enough wallowing in this! Animal abuse is abhorrent and illegal, but the crimes have been prosecuted. Time to move on. For the context of this letter, please read first “Day of remembrance to mark Westport animal suffering” (Westport Shorelines, June 19) so you can appreciate the ridiculousness. more
To the editor: Dear friends, I invite you to a constituents meeting to discuss your issues and topics of interest from the 2017 General Assembly session. Needless to say, some major pieces … more
To the Editor: By now most Tiverton voters are looking forward to next Tuesday, July 18, as it means this is the last week of all the letters to the editor by candidates and their supporters. It … more
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