Letters to the Editor
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I read with great interest the article in regard to the Wood Street extension. Halsey Herreshoff said he attempted to get it done in 1990. I’m sad to say he scrapped the idea because Save the … more
Tiverton has been most responsive to litter, access issues To the editor: We moved to Tiverton a little less than two years ago and I have been extremely impressed and pleased with how … more
To the editor: Born the son of a professional diplomat, I moved with my parents to the United States ( Washington, D.C.) in Nov. 1953.  My father’s work trips from D.C. took him to every corner … more
To the editor: As American citizens, as people of faith, and as human beings, we decry Donald Trump’s recent racist invective against four women of color - all American citizens, all elected … more
To the editor I applaud Brian Valcourt for his attempt to gain access for all Westport citizens to the beach and rock (Nubble) at the Harbor for those of us who do not live there. I live in … more
To the editor: Shoddy workmanship, we've all seen it. As a matter of fact, if you are a Tiverton resident whose road is being repaved, it might just be happening on your street as you read … more
To the editor: Little Compton residents may be interested to know that the Town of Little Compton has recently launched a newly designed website at: www.littlecomptonri.org/. (The town’s former … more
To the editor: Regarding Councilor Jacob Brier's letter "New approach to assessments is legal", Councilor Brier should stick to kissing babies and avoid assessing matters. It's apparent by his … more
To the editor: You know those greeting cards that play music? I was looking for a button to push to hear Kumbaya after reading Jacob Brier’s commentary piece about the tax assessor’s … more
To the editor: Councilman Jacob Brier is wrong.   In last week’s Barrington Times, his well-intentioned editorial “New approach to assessment is legal” is factually … more
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