Letters To The Editor
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On Jan. 28 around 11:15 a.m. I needed help after I had fallen on the (rail road) tracks in North Bennington. Two unknown individuals answered my call for help, and they helped me get up and called 911 and stayed with me until the rescue squad came. … more
It was so great to read in your print edition that we have four candidates in Shaftsbury who are willing to serve as our town clerk. So many times a town seems to have trouble getting persons to fill out the required jobs.We wish to publicly thank … more
Shaftsbury highway garage site is off North Road in front of landfill pile. Don't be fooled new highway garage is going off North Road at the contaminated site in front of landfill pile tearing down all recycling building. The Select Board is still … more
Few citizens of Bennington give more of themselves to our town than Dan Monks. If elected to the Bennington School District board he will apply his intelligence, determination, civility, and fierce commitment to public education to making our … more
I am very excited for Early Childhood Day at the Legislature (ECDL), on March 15. Over a dozen child care providers and community members from across the state are organizing the Rally for Kids, which will be held during ECDL. This rally will be a … more
The Banner editorial of (Feb. 21) speaks in favor of "affordable housing" while calling the concerns of the opponents of the proposed Monument View Development "hogwash." I worked with the opponents and wish to take issue with the Banner's … more
Born in 1947, Bill received a BA in economics in 1969 from Brooklyn College and went on to complete his MBA in Finance at Baruch College, C.U.N.Y. in 1972. Continuing his studies he received an M.A. in 1975and in 1979 a M. Phil. in Economics both … more
The editorial in the Feb. 22 Bennington Banner was a bit misleading. Where were all the people, you ask. Many were in their homes lamenting the fact that they were being excluded from the citizens meeting with the Select Board. An entire class of … more
I would like to encourage the voters of Bennington and North Bennington to participate in the Annual Town and School Meetings to be held on March 7, 2017. The ballots are now available at the Town Clerk's Office. The office is open Monday through … more
To the Editor: I consider high-quality, affordable child care to be a priority to all children.I'm a single mother of a two-year-old with a significant amount of college debt and I struggle to pay for my son's child care. I feel it is extremely important for him … more
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