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Vote ‘No’, on the sole reason the bond is not what I and I hope others were expecting (a bond for a new high school, and a high school alone). more
By voting ‘Yes’ on Question 1 on Nov. 7, voters in Bristol and Warren will have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to bring BWRSD’s school buildings into the 21st century. more
Can we count on our local Bristol Warren School Board leadership, mostly all products of a mediocre Bristol educational system to keep our Town solvent? My advice as we vote on this question is, don’t bet your house on it. more
From what has been reported, the new Mt. Hope High School will offer ... a sound investment in our future whether or not it is our children who will benefit. more
Here is why the Town Council needs to say no to the proposal to ban your lawnmowers, leaf blowers and construction equipment. The Barrington Resilience and … more
On Nov. 7, the voters of Barrington will be asked to approve a bond of up to $250 million dollars to make critical repairs and improvements to our schools. We should vote … more
I am planning to vote for the school bond next week. In spite of our elementary and high school facilities, Barrington Schools are the envy of every community in the state. But … more
To the editor: On Oct. 23, I attended the 3 ½-hour meeting of the Portsmouth Town Council. The subject matter was the clarification of the proposal by the council (approved in May) for an … more
To the editor: I would like to encourage Barrington voters to VOTE NO on the proposed $250 million bond issue on the Nov. 7 ballot. Borrowing that amount of money in the current long term … more
To the editor: Last week, Scott Fuller referred to the school bond as a “shiny object,” presenting opinion as fact to sway people away from this overdue investment in our schools. … more
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