Monday, February 8, 2016

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

To the editor: As the State House schemes to take more money out of taxpayers’ pockets with the truck tolls, I'm working on finding people to run against any senator or representative that votes for...

To the editor: I am writing to express my great disappointment in the town of Barrington’s communication with and care for the concerns of the neighbors while developing the plans for the new middle school. My...

To the editor: The adoption of solar energy is on the rise in Rhode Island. In June 2015, we announced the increase in solar opportunities following the success of Solarize Rhode Island. At that time, Gov....

To the editor: After reading the No Mall letter complaining that they were not allowed to speak at a recent Town Council meeting, I decided to post on their Facebook page. I provided them with...

To the editor: February is Love the Bus Month. The annual campaign by the American School Bus Council aims to recognize school bus drivers across the country for their dedication to provide safe student transportation...

To the editor: The recent Portsmouth school system professional development day on Jan. 29 that focused on technology was a huge success on many levels. Superintendent Ana C. Riley greeted teachers, administrators, school board members, paraprofessionals...

To the editor: Does it seem as if each new proposal is weaker than the previous one (Carpinoato, casino and now Legacy)? Mr. Hansen, Legacy's consultant, says "public, private partnership. No thanks sir, don't need to...

To the editor: This past Monday night, the Tiverton Town Council meeting hit a new low in fairness to their residents. Here’s what happened:  The Town Council president allowed an out-of-state developer, Legacy Development (“Legacy”), whose...

To the editor: Kate Levin’s so-called commentary that was published in last week’s issue of Shorelines is actually an edited version of the press release that her public relations and marketing enterprise Verve Creative Solutions...

To the editor: This month, the 154 historic property owners on our list have been sent order forms for a historic plaque. We have received around 25 orders from owners so far, and are looking...
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