Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer:I am writing because I have seen all of the letters and heard the words discouraging the Act 46 merger of the local school systems. I understand people's concerns. I have been … more
Suggestion ignored?Editor of the Reformer:We have a new library director, Starr LaTronica, and many changes have happened since she took over this role. Some of the changes are very nice, but there … more
Editor of the Reformer:A recent article ("Expert advocates for more hunting," Oct. 23) gives a misleading sense of trends in U.S. deer populations and suggests that the need for "more deer hunting" … more
Editor of the Reformer:Thank you so much for your consistent attention to the desires of the town voters in regards to banning the plastic bag in Brattleboro. On March 7, I was encouraged by the … more
Editor of the Reformer:I made the scene at the Vermont School Board's Association's sparsely attended annual meeting at the Lake Morey Resort a week or so ago, where 31 voting members, out of however … more
Editor of the Reformer:Fifty years ago we chose to make our home in Dummerston because of the reputation of the Dummerston School. Our children and grandchildren have gone there. We also chose … more
Editor of the Reformer:I write to encourage members of our community to vote against consolidating our local school boards into a centralized mega-board. A consolidated board would remove the power … more
Editor of the Reformer:The vote to approve the mega-merger of our union school districts will be on the ballot Nov. 7.I urge all my neighbors to vote no on this proposal for these reasons: The … more
Editor of the Reformer:We live in the most wealthy country in the world and our government can't muster up funds for tarps for the citizens of Puerto Rico, who have been ravaged by hurricane Maria … more
Editor of the Reformer:On Aug. 2, the Wilmington Select Board adopted a new traffic ordinance for the town. Part of that ordinance prohibits overnight parking from 2 to 6 a.m. between Nov. 15 and … more
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