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To the editor: At the recent Town Meeting, voters approved pay raises for an array of employees and board members, reflecting the support of an appreciative community. The article setting the … more
To the editor: To begin, how refreshing to witness a verbal dispute of more than 140 characters, and printed in ink on paper! I would like to make a few observations on Ms. Kate Chase’s … more
To the editor: Having now read two strong letters on the humble fork sculpture,  I am overjoyed to find women’s voices no longer suppressed as in the past, especially regarding art, about which … more
To the editor: Spring in Tiverton means more than just the sweet smell of green grass and flora in bloom. It also means the stench of destruction and deception as prep for the FTR vote begins to … more
To the editor: The vote on Tiverton’s budget is this Saturday May 21. There are three budgets. I hope everyone makes an informed decision that is good for the town’s future. I have three … more
To the editor: Tiverton residents will be voting on the annual budget this week. They will have three budgets to choose from: Budget #1 is the budget developed by the Town Budget Committee, … more
To the editor: Summer is our favorite time of the year. However, this year the coming of summer brings anxiety. We live across Watson Reservoir from the vineyard, which came under new ownership in … more
To the editor: I read with surprise and some bemusement the recent letter regarding our Fork in the Road. While I have never been to the Hamptons, the fork does not strike me as Hamptonian. To me … more
To the editor: 1. Budget #1 will increase our property taxes 3.5%. Who can afford this on top of Tiverton’s already high taxes? Budget #1 is a nonstarter. 
 2. Budget #3 will increase taxes … more
To the editor: On May 21, I urge Tiverton voters to support Budget #1. This budget, prepared by dozens of elected and appointed town officials, under public scrutiny in many public meetings, is a … more
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