Letters to the Editor
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It is time to remove Tiverton’s town solicitor. One need only look at the hearing before the Zoning Board on Wednesday night. The subject of the hearing was the appeal by Seasons to overturn … more
The Mass. Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP) has proposed regulations to restore nitrogen impaired estuaries in Westport as well as Cape Cod, the Islands and the Southcoast. There has been a lot … more
To the editor: In order to get a waiver to demolish the historic buildings at 119 and 113 Water Street, the applicant must meet one of the three conditions listed below. From the Warren Code of … more
To the editor: Mr. X, the former owner of our home, just received official USPS delivered notification from the Barrington Board of Canvassers that his registration to vote has been cancelled … more
To the editor: In the most recent Barrington Times, the editor claims to know that the “silent majority” in town would support construction of an artificial turf field.  How on … more
To the editor, The Portsmouth Audit for fiscal year 2021-2022 has not been delivered to the people as required by law. The audit has now been late in three of the last five years and the Town … more
To the editor:Why do residents and visitors using Forbes St. to enter the East Shore Expressway and go westerly have to travel into Barrington miles away to turn around?One, poor engineering, two, no … more
To the editor:There has been much speculation on what concessions were made by Rep. Kevin McCarthy to the holdouts preventing his becoming house speaker.Based on the strong moral fortitude and … more
To the editor:Red light cameras, speed zone cameras…Why doesn’t the city just put cameras throughout the whole city?They just keep adding more and more.Do they really have to on nine … more
Bristol has lost a giant, not the first great man or woman to pass who has contributed greatly to our town. more
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