Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: Recent news accounts tell us that remedies to the gas outage of a year ago are still in the talking stage. Now we read that they are going to form a commission to study and … more
To the editor: Rhode Islanders expect and deserve a resilient and reliable energy system. It is absolutely essential that natural gas and electricity transmission and distribution infrastructure … more
To the editor: No, really. It’s for the birds. Many who read this are aware of the recent Cornell Lab of Ornithology report indicating that since the 1970’s songbird population in … more
Councilor Jacob Brier's letter "Why I support annual revaluation" only succeeds in sidestepping the real problem: an ongoing lack of proper oversight of the assessor's office by the … more
To the editor: In the first week of February, 13 students from the Tiverton Prevention Coalition took a trip to Washington DC to attend the 30th annual CADCA  (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions … more
We at the Bristol Historical & Preservation Society believe that history can help advance our town’s economic development and provide solutions to current problems. To that end, last … more
To the editor: I have been a professional driver for over 40 years, operating in 45 states. Only one thing gets drivers to slow down, strict consistent enforcement. Unless it costs them money, … more
Recently there has been discussion about commercial rents in Bristol, and as one who has been on both sides of the structure as landlord and tenant, I feel both qualified and compelled to add to the … more
The Bristol County Water Authority’s decision to raise rates 10 percent and abandon the current reservoir system makes little sense to me. The plan to dismantle the dams at Schoolhouse Road and … more
Rumors once existed, heard by those who lived then, saying that before the Child Street dam was built in Warren, there was only a ditch, stretching north between Child Street, along Serpentine Road, … more
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