Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: Across America libraries are valued as part of core town/city services because your investment as taxpayers or customers reaps benefits to all. Tiverton Public Library provides … more
To the editor: I’d like to thank whoever came up with the idea for the lighting of the new Sakonnet Bridge.  It’s been my pleasure to cross the bridge numerous times every week … more
To the editor: As I’ve been known to say to my fellow democrats, it’s not only that there are too many democrats in our little, deep blue, city-state, but that we also have too few techniques … more
To the editor: The local Granges Patron of Husbandry formed a county Grange — ‘Newport County Pomona Grange #4. Now in the year 2017, this includes the following Granges: Conanicut #21 in … more
To the editor: Although some as-yet unturned rock might reveal the exception that proves the rule, it is safe to say nobody in Tiverton wants the town’s schools to fail.  The three-to-one vote … more
To the editor: I couldn’t agree more with the opinion presented by your editorial of Feb. 9, 2017 concerning term limits. You so correctly advanced the position that a line item veto for … more
To the editor: A large majority of the voters opposing Trump were surprised and upset by the election results. Supporters of Trump would advise us to be patient and give him a chance. Well? With … more
To the editor: Two summers ago, we fought off the very wealthy PawSox owners’ blatant money grab to heavily subsidized their move to Providence. We prevailed. Now, they are at it again. If … more
To the editor: The intention of funding defined benefit pensions in advance is to ensure that the city or town has covered the cost of each employee while that employee is still working. … more
To the editor: Musica Maris presented pianist Michael Bahmann in an all-Chopin program Sunday afternoon, January 29, at the United Congregational Church of Little Compton, and the result was … more
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