Letters to the Editor
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I recently moved to beautiful Bristol, R.I., from the Washington, D.C., area. We selected Bristol because of the wonderful historic community and the clean air and water of the Narragansett Bay … more
Regarding the projected Thames Street development by James Roiter, I suggest that it is a dangerous thing to allow one developer to own too much property within a compact part of the downtown, and it … more
I do not believe the March 8 edition of the Bristol Phoenix presents a balanced view of the discussion of the proposed Roiter development on Thames Street. Half of the front page above the fold is … more
In Jan. 1776, Thomas Paine published a pamphlet called “Common Sense” that quickly became an immediate sensation. Common Sense had the largest sale and circulation of any book published … more
To the editor: I have been involved in the Westport Babe Ruth League for nearly 30 years and have never seen such a lack of appreciation as I have over the past few years.  This week I became … more
To the editor: In your March 8 edition of Shorelines, Tim Gillespie gives accolades to the Westport School Building Committee for achieving resounding success at the polls and a triumph for the … more
To the editor: A contributor to the Times last week inferred that guns were safe because a gun show took place and no one was shot. By this logic the United States should be the safest country in … more
To the editor: Thank you, Councilor Hilton. Your response to my prior letter actually validates my allegations and showcases your desire to strip voter rights. Hilton writes that the council … more
To the editor: At the town council meeting on March 5, a public hearing was held on a proposed ordinance relating to senior property tax exemptions. After deliberation, the council voted 4-1 that … more
To the editor: One of my favorite introduction treatments in movies is when the camera opens on an individual busily going about regular household activities in the home. The camera then pulls … more
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