Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: With rising tides and worsening floods I do not want to see out taxpayer money wasted on trying to build a new school on its present wet, flood-prone site. I have lived in Bristol … more
To the editor: On behalf of the Bristol Historical & Preservation Society, I wish to express our heartfelt thanks to everyone who came out for our Annual Flea and Fair this past weekend. We … more
To the editor: Judith Byrnes’ Letter to the Editor (A safer bike path should be everyone’s goal, Aug. 10, 2023) sounds reasonable enough. But within its logic are several assumptions … more
To the editor: Last week's Phoenix featured a front page story regarding recent bills passed overwhelmingly by the Rhode Island Legislature which provides that any current or deceased full time … more
To the editor: Greetings from Twin Falls, Idaho! We traveled 2,540 miles to view the painted lines upon your streets. Quick question — who chose the colors? They didn't quite match the … more
To the editor: This summer, our daughter was fortunate to be part of a wonderful group of kids who worked with Bristol Theater Company. Their hard work culminated this past weekend in four … more
To the editor: It is encouraging that the town is joining efforts with URI to document changes to Bristol’s shoreline, but to what purpose? Photographs are useful in demonstrating … more
Automobile speedometers are not marked STOP or GO; nor are they marked SLOW or FAST.  They have gradations — in MPH or KPH — from 0 to 150 or so.  We use common sense, road … more
To the editor: Regarding the impending ill-advised development of the Bristol Yarn Mill Complex, I hope the pragmatic, forward-looking and spot on letters of Mr. Mascena and Mr. Salesi were read … more
To the editor: Last week, I took advantage of the Citizen’s Forum to speak briefly at the Bristol Town Council meeting. Here is basically what I said: I live along the East Bay Bike Path, … more
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