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The Bristol County Water Authority’s decision to raise rates 10 percent and abandon the current reservoir system makes little sense to me. The plan to dismantle the dams at Schoolhouse Road and … more
To the editor:  Transparency (behavior) means operating in such a way that it is easy for others to see what actions are performed. Transparency implies openness, communication, and … more
Mr. Leon Urban's letter in the Warren Times last week rang so true in its discussion of the "Real Kiki" and not the one we've grown accustomed to seeing for the past few decades … more
Few weapons will prove as potent in our defense against this latest virus as information — places to avoid, health precautions to take, anything to help weather the storm until it … more
To the editor: Kudos to Councilmen Brier and Boyajian for breaking the silence. At its last meeting, the council finally allowed an open discussion of the gross inequities in our tax assessments. … more
To the editor: To me, if the items reported in the Feb. 19 article in the Times regarding the town council pushing for annual assessments are true, we have the perfect outline for a Monty Python … more
After reading a recent article, “Bank’s ATM lights up historic district opposition,” it appears to me and other concerned business owners in the downtown “historic … more
To the editor: Over the past eight months, our town has sought to resolve an assessment policy change that was implemented for properties purchased during 2018. The specific concerns around the … more
A few days ago I landed at the Fort Lauderdale airport after being out of this country. I try to view my return with the fresh eyes of a newly arrived person in order to access what image the United … more
To the editor: My name is John A. Bagley, age 22, and I am a resident of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, and a student senator at the University of Rhode Island. As the new year started rolling along, I … more
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