Letters To The Editor
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The error in the State of Vermont's insistence that NorthStar conform to "residential standards" in decommissioning Vermont Yankee is thinking that someone would want to build homes adjacent to a … more
To the editor:The recent series of articles detailing the history of the toxic chemical PFOA story by the Banner and VTDigger was an excellent example of journalism at its best. Both organizations are to be congratulated, and please continue this … more
I am writing this letter as the Superintendent of the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union. In my view, the consolidation presented under Act 46 will have a positive impact on the delivery of … more
As Building Principal at Mount Anthony Union Middle School for six year, I have worked closely with members of the MAU board. I have found this board to involved in committee work, supportive of … more
I urge everyone to vote FOR the proposed Act 46 merger into one unified school district on November 7. The merger plan contains a number of important safe guards that may not be part of a … more
For over 70 years the towns of Rupert and Salem, N.Y., have enjoyed an exchange, not only of Vermont students going to the New York high school, but also of shared living experiences; of academic … more
I am writing to urge voters to vote YES on the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union governance merger on November 7. For me, there are three very good reasons to vote for the merger. Increased … more
To the editor:Perhaps you've noticed that from time to time, usually on Fridays, people have been standing on Bonnet Street outside the TDBank office in Manchester holding signs. I'd like to explain why.Those folks are participating in a world-wide … more
To the editor:As a conservation biologist who supports the important work of Vermont's only wildlife advocacy group, Protect Our Wildlife (POW), I would like to address some of the more egregious and misleading statements made by Kevin Hoyt in his … more
To the editor:The foul smell of human arrogance permeates the American landscape when politicians, mainstream environmental groups, such as NWF, and special interest lobbying groups meet to negotiate environmental issues. The key word used at these … more
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