Letters to the Editor
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Bristol House of Pizza has been a local mainstay for 40 years, proudly serving Bristol residents and visitors to our area. There has been a lot of buzz about the Belvedere at Thames project, and when … more
The Board of Directors of the Bristol Historical & Preservation Society opposes granting a height variance to the proposed project for the corner of State and Thames streets. We cite the … more
I, Pat McCarthy, am today declaring my candidacy for the Bristol Town Council, and do respectfully ask for your vote this Nov. 6. My reasons are many … Our Senior Citizens have been … more
I wish to express my strong opposition to the proposed Belvedere at Thames project and the developer’s application for a Certificate of Appropriateness before the Bristol Historic District … more
As we try to respond constructively to the national debate on firearms and violence, we cannot dispute the right granted by the Second Amendment to our Constitution, whatever its original … more
The Colt auditorium stage is set for the sitdown drama of the Belvedere Hotel extension. The opposing factions to Jim Roiter’s building proposal are set to continue the feud in Act II on June … more
To the editor: On June 13, 13,000 Portsmouth Water and Fire District voters will have the unique opportunity to write in my name, John Vitkevich, for tax collector. There are 13,000 of you, 02871 … more
To the editor: Why should Rhode Island electric ratepayers subsidize an incinerator? If Rhode Island legislators expand the definition of net-metering resources to include “biomass” … more
To the editor: Safe, clean water efficiently flowing to your tap is something you don't want to have to worry about. I’m John McDaid, and I want to help make that happen. I’m running … more
To the editor: On June 13, 2018 voters of the Portsmouth Water and Fire District (PWFD) will be asked to vote for tax collector (one position) and tax assessor (two positions). Poll hours are 7 … more
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