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To the editor: I’m posting this letter to give my opinion about the future of our town’s industrial park.. I ran as a conservative Democrat with the idea of growing businesses in town to offset the residential taxes. The Sousa Road...
To the editor: With regard to the school start times we have all read the studies. Let me point out the AAP recommendation dated 8/25/2014 urges middle and high schools to aim for start times that allow students to receive 8.5-9.5...
To the editor: As a public school educator entering my 21st year of teaching, I continually return to a simple question. Where has the joy of learning in our schools gone? This year, many school districts are shifting from the...
To the editor: Portsmouth will celebrate Project Purple Week, Jan. 25 to 29, along with many other communities across the country and especially here in Newport County — and you can, too! What is Project Purple? In 2011 Chris Herren, the former...
To the editor: I thank the director of the Land Conservation Trust for notifying Cornell Road this time of bold plans for the Hadfield rocky forest floor that cannot yet support a rockless quail meadow — last winter’s program to be...
To the editor: The Westport Fishermen’s Association (WFA) believes that by supporting H.655 and the Eight County Presidents Beekeeper’s Pollinator Protection Plan Framework, Massachusetts can make a lasting impact on the watershed and precious ecosystems upon which we depend for...
To the editor: Our organization recognizes that bees and other pollinators are essential to one in every three bites of food we eat, including key crops for Massachusetts such as cranberries, apples and blueberries, and essential for preserving Massachusetts agricultural...
To the editor: The Westport Affordable Housing Trust Fund would like to publicly express its support for the special permit application submitted by The Community Builders, Inc. to the Planning Board for the proposed Noquochoke Village housing development. The non-profit...
To the editor: “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it.” This is about school starting times. Those tricky politicians are at it again! Just like at the statehouse someone gets an idea they like, finds a study and then gets a couple of...
To the editor: It has been a pleasure and an honor to work with Kate Michaud during my years on the Tiverton Planning Board and I congratulate Kate, who currently serves as Planning Board administrative officer, on achieving her new...
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