Letters to the Editor
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To the editor:Having been appointed the first Community Relations Officer for the East Providence Police Department, I approached Dave Howard, the publisher of the East Providence Post, about a … more
To the editor:An open letter to all East Providence Parents, Teachers, Caregivers, and Grandparents, we have tolerated the school mask policy for too long. It is time that it comes to an end. Most, … more
To the editor:Some letter writers to your newspaper who want no development of the former Metacomet golf course have spoken disparagingly of the East Providence Waterfront Commission, as if its … more
To the editor:There’s a whole lot of angst and outrage in our world right now. That’s why instead of writing to you with the intent of engaging in political commentary or social … more
To the editor: Our East Providence Representatives Katherine Kazarian and Gregg Amore have introduced a bill in the Legislature, H6003, to make it easier for all Rhode Islanders to vote.  … more
To the editor:THE BIG CON – Last year the Marshall property plan to develop the Metacomet golf course was strongly supported by Mayor Bob DaSilva and a few members of our city council. However, … more
To the editor:As I drove by the new East Providence High School construction site the other day, I was in awe of the magnificence of this building. More importantly, the building is only costing me, … more
To the editor:The weather was warm with a slight breeze. People, who had waited more than a year to resume normal activities, were anxious to begin again. Combined with a worthy cause, they made … more
To the editor:Keep Metacomet Green would like to thank all their supporters and reassure them that KMG is still here and will be here till a solution is found to save that green space on Metacomet … more
To the editor:I was very quick to criticize Marshall Properties for their heavy handed, take it or take it Plan B proposal for Metacomet Golf Course. I wanted to be just as quick to applaud the … more
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