Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: Tiverton Town Councilors Donna Cook and Nancy Driggs have recently written letters  encouraging Tiverton voters to not vote in the upcoming recall on October 10. … more
To the editor: Councilors Coulter and Katz promised “honest government” ended quickly. As I expected, just doing as they pleased, and their “it’s-not-my-fault” attitude, they now blame … more
To the editor: I read with interest the recent “East Main’s changes” article, it being a serious hazard that needs to be addressed and corrected. In reality, all of East Main … more
To the editor: On October 10 Tiverton will hold an election for two sitting Town Council members — Justin Katz and Robert “Rob” Coulter. This will be the first time that Tiverton Town … more
To the editor: Have you noticed? Our Supreme Leader, Justin Katz, doesn’t like to be criticized. He never responds to the substance of the criticism.He just attacks the person or persons who … more
To the editor: In the 2017 special election for the Tiverton Charter Review Commission (CRC) there were 24 candidates running for nine available seats. Nine of those candidates were endorsed by … more
To the editor: At the recent public hearing for the proposed Keeping of Animal Regulation and Registry, Westport farmers indignantly charged the Board of Health with intent to trample on their … more
To the editor: U.S. News & World Report Best High Schools in Massachusetts: #1: Boston Latin School (school start time 7:45 a.m.) #2: Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School … more
To the editor: You may not be aware that the town's website provides an easy “e-mail opt-in” mechanism to notify residents when Town Council, Planning Board and Zoning Board of Review … more
To the editor: At the Sept. 9, 2019 Portsmouth Town council meeting, Councilor Abbott put forth a “Resolution requesting the State of Rhode Island conduct a safety review of East Main Road … more
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