Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer:As a graduate of the Community College of Vermont, one of the topics we focused on was simple math. I have used that skill to explore President Trump's plan to build a border wall around the United States.While the mileage of … more
Editor of the Reformer:Sigh. Another article about how poor people hurt downtown businesses ("Brattleboro Seeks Panhandling Solutions," July 16).This country has had this conversation before, only it didn't use to be about panhandlers. It used to be … more
Editor of the Reformer:The Brattleboro Parks and Recreation Department hosts tennis for seniors on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 to 11 a.m., at the tennis courts at Brattleboro Union High School.Men and women are invited to play and join a fun-filled … more
Editor of the Reformer:Brattleboro Select Board member Tim Wessel's letter about a petition to end the municipal use of heating oil published on July 11 made some fair points about the current Select Board's use of funds to replace the oil boiler in … more
Editor of the Reformer:This year has seen a shocking escalation of an anti-immigrant agenda. Families and communities are being ripped apart. Even people who have called our country home for years are living in fear.The United States was founded by … more
Editor of the Reformer: After reading the details of Mike Faher's July 9 story, "Anti-nuclear group doubts clean-up plan," it is clear the New England Coalition, a long-time antagonist of nuclear power, is skeptical of NorthStar's ability to … more
Editor of the Reformer: As I drive on Guilford St, (the section near Memorial Park) for the third time today, I am struck once again by the impact of the hand-made signs that remind us of the 25-mile speed limit. Now, I always slow down to 25 mph. I … more
Editor of the Reformer:Like other members of the Putney Community Garden, I was heartbroken after last week's hail storm to see that my garden was largely devastated just as the plants were beginning to thrive. As the word spread, good neighbors … more
Editor of the Reformer:In the last week of May, the South Newfane/Williamsville Fire Department members decided to cease operations. The SNWFD was formed in 1946 by Barret Bush, Cheney Williams, Mert Coleman, and Bernard Stone.For me, I am saddened … more
Editor of the Reformer:Regarding "Brattleboro seeks panhandling solutions," this article could've been titled, "Area Property Holders Maintain: People Who's Basic Needs Go Unmet Are the Real Problem Here" or perhaps, "Locals with Power to Select … more
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