Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: I’d like to recognize all of the people who donated time or materials to my Eagle Scout project at the Barrington Farm School. Friends, scouts and family all came together … more
To the editor: As a member of the RI Coalition against Gun Violence, I am compelled to respond to Mr. Michael Panasuik’s letter that appeared in the Barrington Times on April 24, … more
To the editor: On behalf of the Friends of the Bay Spring Community Center, I want to extend our thanks to State Senator Cindy Coyne for her support for a recently awarded legislative grant to the … more
On June 8, 2017, Bristol Town Administrator Steven Contente spoke in the Roswell Bosworth, Jr. Lecture Series about the development of two historic properties on Bristol’s downtown … more
Since moving to Bristol, my wife and I love, love, love walking around town, especially the waterfront. The principles set out in the comprehensive plan, zoning rules, and historic district … more
While there are many sound reasons for our Bristol Planning Board to reject the Belvedere at Thames Street project, my overriding concern is that approval would set a precedent for all future … more
I support the revised Belvedere proposal for the new building on the corner of Thames and State streets. The revised proposal addresses my two main concerns, which were parking and … more
Recently I purchased a home at Countryview Estates. One of the deciding factors in purchasing my new home was the promise of a roundabout at the intersections of Route 81, Stafford Road and Hurst … more
After 15 years or so of following Tiverton politics, I’ve seen elected and appointed officials and town employees do things that have really changed the way I look at town government. Some … more
Readers of these pages have seen several letters reflecting the ongoing concerns that the Town Council is preparing to block Tiverton voters from voting on charter amendment proposals recommended by … more
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