Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: The Warren Veterans Honor Roll Committee is setting a cutoff date of July 4 for receiving the names of war-time veterans who are not currently listed on the Honor Roll. The names … more
To the editor: Is there anything we can do to let people know to pick up after their dogs? My daughter is buried in the South Cemetery, and there is two crap piles on her plot. Most all other … more
To the editor: Recycling loads can be rejected by even minor infractions and can cost the town upwards of $800 per rejected load. When a load gets rejected, it is sent to the Central Landfill, … more
To the editor: Having lived my entire life in Barrington, I have reaped the benefits of traveling South Lake Drive. I have enjoyed all the magnificent beauty that nature provided. Skating, … more
To the editor: As an educational researcher, I truly believe that the de-leveling offers less options for all students. However, I especially worry about the academically fragile students, … more
To the editor: Why not assisted suicide? The Lila Manfield Sapinsley Compassionate Care Act, House Bill 5572, was scheduled for a hearing in the RI House Judiciary Committee on Friday, April 9. … more
To the editor: On April 1, Barrington school administrators presented information relating to de-leveling at Barrington High School (BHS). Within that presentation, we learned that 50 percent of … more
With all the negativity that has been going on lately, I wanted to write something about feeling good.   Getting my first Covid shot was so frustrating, to say the least. But after … more
To the editor: Concerning the “de-leveling” of the curriculum, the Barrington School Committee should note that the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) … more
To the editor: Will someone please explain to the Barrington taxpayers why the proposed School expense for FY 2022 is $57,130,483 when the actual School expense for FY 2020 was $50,117,845. That … more
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