Letters to the Editor
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As the saying goes there are lies, damn lies and statistics. Unfortunately the National Grid data regarding electrical outages in Barrington may fall under all three. (Barrington … more
To the editor: We write regarding the letter, posted December 31, 2020, claiming that “Government creates false market on alternative energy”. The letter refers to … more
To the editor: After reading a recent letter in the Barrington Times I went to the dictionary to make sure that I understood what the term political system meant. This is what I found. A political … more
To the editor: Most often to maintain our composure, we just should apply a skeptical eye to what we read in the newspapers, smile to ourselves, and move on, but occasionally the truly ludicrous … more
For hundreds of years in our form of government, the leaders of elected legislative bodies such as town councils have been members of the political party which controls the majority of the seats, so … more
On Wednesday, Dec. 23, we heard a soft knock on our front door, and when opening it, low and behold, in front of our home on Milk Street were the COVID Carolers singing Christmas songs. These were … more
To the editor: I am troubled by the calls to “keep politics off the pole.” (“Veterans call for ‘Respect’ flag to be flown” - Dec. 2, and “The Barrington … more
To the editor:  Coastal Healing has every right to pursue and potentially obtain a site permit from the Planning Board to operate a recreational marijuana outlet on Route 6 in Westport.  … more
To the editor: The president has signed the bill sending $600 to most citizens. And there are many of us who don't NEED this money. But there are also many who are jobless, homeless and struggling … more
To the editor: I am an avid runner and anyone who knows me well knows that I loathe the treadmill. So, suited up appropriately I am out there every day even in winter, barring storm conditions or … more
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