Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:Thanks to the Banner I was able to find the website showing the artist's drawings of proposed Putnam Block. They are very impressive, but I found that there was one thing, something I hoped to see, that was missing. There are all those … more
To the editor:I don't very often submit a letter to the Editor but I felt I had to make this one. The commentary article by Susan Stamper Brown titled, "Returning to the rule of law is cruel?" was spot on. Her points were well defined and outlined … more
To the editor:I write today seeking voter support for the upcoming Oct. 10 bond vote. This $9.85 million bond will pay for major upgrades throughout the Waste Water Treatment Facility. What is it we're doing and why so costly?One can't easily … more
To the editor:We have recently been privileged to read in the Banner an excellent series on the PFOA toxicity in North Bennington. For me, the most important part of the series was the one entitled "State Response to ChemFab Complaints Was Mixed." I … more
To the editor:Now that we have experienced two record-breaking hurricanes in a row — with a third possibly on the way — perhaps it's time our President and his government begin to take climate science seriously.Scientists have warned for … more
To the editor:I want to express my and the Bennington Select Board's continued appreciation to the Banner, and particularly Jim Therrien, for the comprehensive coverage it has brought to Bennington's effort to revitalize our downtown. The energy … more
To the editor:I would like to encourage the voters of Bennington and North Bennington to participate in the special town meeting for bonding for the wastewater treatment facility upgrades. The meeting is to be held on Oct. 10. Ballots are now … more
To the editor:On behalf of the Bennington School District Board of Directors, I write this letter of gratitude to the teachers and staff of the BSD. The three schools underwent a massive energy efficiency retrofit over the course of the summer, and … more
To the editor:We commend the Bennington Banner on its policy of representing differing voices. We are familiar with newspapers that do not take this responsibility seriously.However, we feel that the conservative viewpoint could be much represented … 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
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