Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:Whoever is in charge of sound bites in the Scott administration gets a gold star. That $26 million is a whopper. After hearing that it's very difficult to hear anything else.It's very similar to what dogs hear. I've heard that when you … more
To the editor: The most important PFOA site has not yet been tested in Shaftsbury. Shaftsbury has agreed to test the water for for the new town garage off North Road for PFOA with the state but would not test the two former drinking wells for PFOA … more
To the editor: We did it, Shaftsbury! We're the champions!On a 90-degree afternoon, we persevered and outlasted a terrific Bear Construction team 15-13 to win the Bennington Young Women's Softball crown. We won it in the most Shaftsbury way possible … more
To the editor: Reflecting on the President's insistence on having everything his own way in all matters, we are reminded of what Lord Acton had to say about power, lots of years ago, that is very timely today. "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute … more
To the editor:Governor Scott's commitment to the environment in the wake of the Paris Accord withdrawal is highly commendable. This must, however, be backed up by his actions in terms of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. RGGI is already … more
To the editor:Just to start off, I live nine miles from the Village of Hoosick Falls. My well had a low level of PFOA and I was begrudgingly granted a filter system to clear it up after a battle with the "experts." My argument: Some people's immune … more
To the editor:Governor Phil Scott has been taking a lot of undeserved political heat from the Vermont NEA teacher's union and their allies in the Vermont Democrat party regarding his courageous stand to save the Vermont taxpayer $26 million. This … more
To the editor:Mr. Keelan's rambling commentary on the plight of our youth — It's all about the drugs! — laments that more young people aren't going to trade schools or joining the military. Well, the latter option can result in death, so … more
To the editor: Our government is elected to support and further the well being and prosperity of its citizens. A high quality education system is essential for prosperity.Vermonters believe strongly that local control/decision making results in the … more
To the editor: Without question, the number one environmental problem facing us today is not climate change. There is a problem in our midst which is far more sinister. It's global over-population and is the elephant in the room. It's the engine … more
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