Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: I would like to clarify something the Planning Board Chair has repeatedly stated in the last few meetings this year about the Wingover farmhouse's age, and the fact that it wasn't … more
To the editor: The young and enterprising Mike Napalitano, owner/operator of Macrays Restaurant at 115 Stafford Road, Tiverton, read the newspaper article about my military service, written by … more
To the editor: I have been involved in town politics and worked as a volunteer since I moved back to Tiverton in 1992. I've seen town councils come and go, along with department heads. This … more
To the editor: A town on the coast, where the world wants to be. Low taxes and scenery! This place is for me!What beautiful farms, with their majestic creatures. Can’t wait to see what else … more
To the editor: Though Tiverton often seems embroiled in controversy and debate, it is also a town with heart that cares for its residents. One organization that demonstrates this characteristic is … more
To the editor: Members of the Barrington School Committee, I am writing this open letter to you to request that the district return to the original start times for our schools.  Analysis … more
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
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