Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: Last week saw the demolition of the architecturally and historically significant gothic cottage at 135 Ferry Road. What was an important landmark on the outskirts of Bristol village … more
To the editor: Recently, the Bristol Fire Department advertised both in the Phoenix and on the town website seeking to hire an EMS Coordinator for the department, and while I applaud the town for … more
To the editor: I am writing in response to the irresponsible letter written regarding 135 Ferry Road by Stephen Brigidi. His claims that no one cared enough to save 135 Ferry Road are completely … more
To the editor: On Friday morning, Dec. 23, Bristol once more experienced flooding; this due to a combination of a high tide and an onshore wind augmented by rain. Hope Street was closed as the … more
To the editor: The lessons of history remain an ongoing challenge for everyone. One lesson which is unchangeable, and always proven true is simple: once it’s gone, it’s gone for … more
To the editor: Having once been a part of the larger estate of Reverend John Usher, 135 Ferry Road was built circa 1845-1850 and resided on land that was once part of a larger farming area on the … more
To the editor: I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped us bring the Bristol Santa House to our community this holiday season.The overwhelming support we received was nothing … more
To the editor: News Item…Gov. Greg Abbott sends bus loads of migrants to V.P.’s home during record cold snap… Would someone please attempt to explain to me why sending … more
To the editor: In recent weeks, a lot of public attention has been understandably focused on the Low and Moderate Income Housing Act and its impact on the decision-making process of the Warren … more
To the editor: Calls for gun bans are well-meaning but misguided. People bent on evil and mayhem will get weapons. So-called gun control only disarms the law-abiding. Our only safety lies in being … more
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