Letters to the Editor
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Please, may we have from the companies involved in laying the prospective Mayflower project power cable from the windmills to the storage power station, diagrams of the process: the barge that holds … more
An idyllic Little Compton community, where dogs control the roads, and the police/town do little about it. Quiet streets where dogs have bitten at least half a dozen neighbors. In 2016 we were … more
The following letter was sent to Mayflower Wind late last month by Tiverton resident Greg Vespe, executive director of the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association: The Rhode Island Saltwater … more
On September 1, as I was driving my youngest son to the bus stop, we witnessed something so emblematic of our times. Passing a recently cleared lot on Lake Road, we observed a lone coyote standing in … more
Your story in the Sept. 8, 2022 Shorelines about how “Little Compton fights to intervene in Mayflower proceedings” raises a number of issues that deserve comment. In essence the protests … more
To the editor: I enjoyed reading your article mentioning how a number of businesses and recreational activities will be adversely impacted (by the Mayflower Wind proposal, Aug. 25, The Portsmouth … more
In the lower corner of my laptop it says we are in the ninth month, i.e. September! How can that be? Of course if I look out on the back 40 I see it is covered with a yellow blanket of three kinds of … more
To the editor:I have just finished reading the editorial “Protect the Path” (The East Providence Post, August 25 edition), while I strongly agree with no motorized vehicles on the path, I … more
To the editor:In his letter to the Aug. 25 edition of The Post, Matthew Fletcher uses the faulty reasoning so popular to the NRA, Fox News, et. al., to bolster their argument that allowing the ending … more
To the editor: I want to thank Mr. Clyne and Mr. Crosby (August 11 and 18 editions) for replying to my article on gun control (August 3-4 editions); I appreciate the opportunity to discuss this … more
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