Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:America is making progress in the fight against colorectal cancer; however, it still remains the third leading cause of cancer death among both men and women in the United States. Even here in our community, colorectal cancer disrupts … more
To the editor:I would like to thank all Shaftsbury voters for coming out to vote. I did not get the most votes for Select Board. I congratulate Joe Barber on his win. But I still did get what I ran for, the opportunity to inform the voters of the … more
To the editor:When the federal highway system was completed in 1982 instead of reducing the gas tax that paid for this network, Congress spent much on bicycle trails, beautification projects and trains. Today, only 54 percent of the gas tax is spent … more
To the editor: The roundabout planned for Bennington at the end of the Silk Road near the entrance to Bennington College is a foolish waste of money. Since the college has it's gateway across Route 67A at the end of the Silk Road and Rice Lane heads … more
To the editor:Not saying if I was for or against funding. Just this. With the economy so bad the rescue squad can not longer have a fund raising campaign. What is the answer? Raise taxes. While Vermont lost population last year is this some kind of … more
To the editor:The proposed Park at 336 Main Street has generously been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Citizens for a Greater Bennington (CFGB). Our Fundraising Committee is honored to have CFGB's trust and their enthusiasm for this grassroots … more
To the editor: On Saturday Feb. 25, we were reminded once again of the invaluable resource we have in our Manchester Community Library.The Library hosted "From the Ground Up," a biennial program that raises awareness of the ways that farms and local … more
To the editor: The Pownal Town Office Committee (TOC) believes Pownal is better then just "good enough." We deserve an office building that meets our needs at a reasonable cost. The Legion issue is water over the dam. The (Select Board) reached out … more
To the editor: I am writing in support of Robert Plunkett's candidacy for MAU School Board. I have known Rob since he started with the Bennington County State's Attorney's Office and I served as Court Manager and Clerk for the Courts in Bennington … more
To the editor: I read the Banner story on (Bennington) Select Board candidate Michael Keane and have a few observations: OK, so you and your wife have been associated with the BBC for many years, and you've been on the Select Board for a few years … more
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