Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: There are many things to oversee when managing a town and its budget. Giving residents the services that they need as well as being fiscally responsible is a constant balancing act. … more
To the editor: In the issue of the Phoenix immediately preceding the recent elections, one of the leaders of the Bristol County Concerned Citizens submitted a letter to the editor complaining … more
To the editor:Mornings at my family’s nursery on Poppasquash often begin with a deer chase. These sadly overpopulated creatures strip our evergreens of foliage 6’ up from the ground, and … more
To the editor: The V.F.W. Post 237, Bristol, every year has a poppy drive to raise money for various charities. All the money collected goes to very good causes. We contacted Seabra and the … more
To the editor:Regular as clockwork each election cycle the Phoenix publishes a rabble-rousing letter from William Sousa Grapentine complaining about everything progressive and offering only sour … more
To the editor: Less than a week before the Nov. 8 election, I received a mailer from Portsmouth Republicans. If it was designed to persuade me, an unaffiliated voter, to vote for a Republican, it had the opposite effect. more
To the editor: The Town Council recently had a meeting during which they discussed the future of the transfer station. On Oct. 20, 2020, the Portsmouth Times published a letter to the editor by … more
To the editor: In a recent Barrington Times letter to the editor, the husband of current Barrington School Committee Vice Chair Megan Douglas insinuates that my clearly articulated policy … more
To the editor: Sarah Smalley wrote a letter to the Post last week in which she spoke disparagingly about the unsuccessful effort by Councilpeople Mourato and Souza to place a bond resolution on … more
To the editor: It has come to my attention that a letter by Devyn Smith, published on your website, includes two demonstrably false claims about me. In the interest of giving voters factual … more
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