Letters To The Editor
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Like the Select Board, we would like to see downtown thrive. The Select Board recently contracted for a $10,000 hotel feasibility study. Unfortunately, they put the cart before the horse.We need to champion current shops and fill our empty … more
Supports Moran for Rep. My name is Chris Pratt and I am the superintendent of schools for Windham Southwest Supervisory Union. Over that past 16 months as superintendent I have been working with our school boards to come with the ACT 46 proposal. … more
To the 118 individuals, organizations and businesses — and their employees — who came together in a time of need to assure that the children of our communities enjoyed a traditional holiday on Christmas morning, I extend a huge heartfelt … more
Representative Steve Berry has been instrumental to our Aeolus Mountain Spa business initiative in Manchester. Our goal is to provide the type of wages and benefits that attract excellent, committed employees who … more
I have received a number of communications regarding the article in Wednesday's Bennington Banner about the Town of Shaftsbury's action on Bennington Rescue's request for appropriation. Based on the article, some have interpreted Shaftsbury's action … more
While I don't always agree with Don Keelan's expressed ideas I must compliment him and agree with his column (Banner, Jan. 7) regarding the SBE and rule 2200. As one of the speakers we heard at the BBA forum stated, if you want to understand what is … more
Got word yesterday that the defining piece of Pinnacle's downtown hotel study is positive and strong and will please anyone who believes in the future of Bennington.It's terrific news after what happened at the end of Monday's Select Board meeting … more
The fund raising campaign to build the bandstand/pavilion in Factory Point Town Green was initiated about 18 months ago culminating in the recent completion of this beautiful structure. Many of you may have seen the construction progress throughout … more
It is unfortunate that Mr. Keelan (Banner, Dec. 17) makes the effort to disparage well-meaning, hard-working, and — yes — caring people who were on the Chamber of Commerce Board in Manchester. While everyone involved would have liked to … more
We certainly need her as Vermont's second female Governor. As a male, I know that voting for a woman does not need to put your nose out of joint or repel you from respectfully, positively … more
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