Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer:What have we been lacking in Montpelier over the last several years? Common sense. Year after year, politicians have racked up the cost of living with new taxes and fees on hardworking Vermonters. They haven't lived within … more
Editor of the Reformer:The Bellows Falls Village Annual Meeting Day is May 15 in the Bellows Falls Opera House at 7 p.m. Warned Articles 4 and 5 surely need taxpayers' attention. Something alarming has happened to the village annual budget in terms … more
Editor of the Reformer:"Library Director Resigns and Leaves Early," proclaims the headline in the Friday, April 28, edition of the Reformer. This statement is inaccurate. The Reformer headline should have read; "Vernon Library Director, Kris … more
Editor of the Reformer:In 1995 my husband and I moved to Dummerston, pregnant with our first child, dreaming of the good life. We had bought a parcel of land which was too expensive for our modest budget, but was perfect for the solar and wind … more
Editor of the Reformer:This is a letter of gratitude to the many individuals in our community who attended and supported the recent screening of the documentary film, Life, Animated, a coming-of-age story about a young man on the autistic spectrum, … more
Editor of the Reformer:Green Up Day is today. More than 22,000 people in Vermont will participate in Green Up Day. And that's just the people who signed up. Many, including myself, just go out and clean up their community without signing up. It's a … more
Editor of the Reformer: As most of you may know, today is Green-up Day. Thousands of people all over Vermont will go out of their way to pick up trash. Everyone should participate in Green-up Day this year. It may not be the most ideal way to spend … more
Editor of the Reformer:On May 10 we recognize our school nurses by celebrating National School Nurse Day.School nurses dedicate themselves every day to ensuring that families throughout Vermont can send their children to school with the peace of … more
Editor of the Reformer:Help make a better community and safer environment on Green up day, Saturday, May 6. Green up day is a very special day for cleaning. This clean up day isn't only in Brattleboro. It is in all towns of Vermont. Green up day is … more
Editor of the Reformer:Everyone should participate in Green up day this weekend on May 6. It got started in 1970 by a lot of volunteers helping out our green state and doing their part even though it wasn't their trash. You are probably wondering … more
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