Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer:The Public Service Board has come up with sensible and rational rules relating to industrial wind noise and proximity to neighbors. It is high time.Our most precious Vermont resources are not intermittent wind, but the … more
Editor of the Reformer:The terrible act of a white supremacist in Portland, Oregon, has disgusted, saddened, and outraged millions of Americans. This cowardly and twisted killer murdered 2 and injured 1 man because they spoke up for two teen-aged … more
Editor of the Reformer:Is it time to revisit early voting procedures? Over the past several years, early voting has grown and for the most part made voting an easier and more accessible process. Given the recent special Congressional election in … more
Editor of the Reformer:We are writing to express support for Select Board members David Schoales and Brandie Starr, who spoke in favor of active recruitment of people of color for town jobs here in Brattleboro, at the May 2 Select Board meeting. We … more
Editor of the Reformer:For thousands of years, Native Americans lived on the land now known as Dummerston, and made decisions by consensus. Since the town of Dummerston was founded by Europeans about 265 years ago, direct democracy has continued … more
Editor of the Reformer:Recent articles on NorthStar's bid to take over decommissioning of the Entergy Vermont Yankee site have raised some questions for me. The issue surrounds "rubblization, which, according to Wikipedia, is a "technique that … more
Editor of the Reformer:Community Hope & Action would like to publicly extend their support to the Lott Family at this time and to reinforce our commitment to instilling hope by creating opportunities to support and connect everyone within the … more
Editor of the Reformer:I loved seeing the article on the Guilford Gravel Grinder. Full disclosure: I also raced in it. It was a great race and I'm delighted to see that it warranted some news. It brings racers (and their dollars) into the area which … more
Editor of the Reformer:I would like to pass along my thanks to the many people who helped the Green-Up Vermont effort on that rainy day, March 6th in West Brattleboro. The day actually began the evening before, when I began to ask around about … more
Editor of the Reformer:White Anglo-Saxon protestant immigrants established the U.S. on land already long occupied by non-whites. For many irrepressible reasons, the white population dominated -and asserted its culture. It even suppressed other … more
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