Letters to the Editor
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To the editor:In regard to the discussion at the April 16 Council meeting over Council members’ access to department heads, it was bound to happen that differences of opinion would come up over … more
To the editor:Over the course of this year, the City Council might consider identifying provisions within the City Charter which require fine-tuning in order to make our municipal government run more … more
To the editor: Veterinarian Dr. Ernie J. Finocchio, DVM, is receiving countless human accolades for his passionate and compassionate work as he retires from the Rhode Island Society for the … more
To the editor: A recent Washington Post article discussed how most business economists predict that the United States will be in a recession within the next two years. The City of East … more
To the editor: Thanks to the hard work of the East Providence School Committee as well as the generosity and understanding of voters within the City of East Providence, as well as across the State … more
To the editor: Dick Lynch was not a Townie but he had a number of connections to East Providence. Dick passed away last week and is being remembered for his many accomplishments as an educator and … more
To the editor: I sent a copy of this article (“Bonita Springs High School students can earn pilot’s licenses”) that appeared in the local Banner Newspaper (the-banner.com, February 20, 2019) … more
To the editor: I thoroughly enjoyed your story (East Providence Post Thursday, February 7) on Dion Hazard and the Editorial regarding the past, present and future of EP Hoops was wonderful. I … more
To the editor: Thinking about the new high school to be built, I think the city should buy the Metacomet Golf Course property and put all of the schools there. The High School could be located … more
To the editor:Something is rotten in the City of East Providence, to paraphrase Shakespeare. Barely two months into the new Mayoral form of government and a whisper of politics rises from city … more
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