Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer:I offer a perspective on Act 46 for those who are still undecided.First, sub-optimization occurs when, in a large operation, one sub-element succeeds in maximizing its performance to the detriment of overall performance. If … more
Editor of the Reformer:First I want to thank you for standing by your principles and rejecting the untenable nomination of Jeff Sessions to the office of Attorney General. As I said in my earlier message, Sessions along with a number of other … more
Editor of the Reformer:Back in January of 2012 President Barack Obama invited the Boston Bruins, 2011 Stanley Cup winners, to the White House. Bruins star goaltender Tim Thomas sent his regrets by releasing the following statement: "I believe the … more
Editor of the Reformer:I recently attended the Act 46 school consolidation informational meeting in Westminster for the Northeast Supervisory Union Schools. I have had my doubts about Act 46 and consolidating schools since the legislature passed the … more
Editor of the Reformer:I want to say thank you to the wider community for their continued love and support of me. A lot of people know me and know my situation. I am almost independent and that's thanks to my mom and to Families First and to the … more
Editor of the Reformer:I am not a Muslim, but I will register as one, if need be; I am not a Jew, but I will register as one, if need be; I am neither Black, Brown, Yellow, nor Red, but I will register as each, if need be; I am not a transgender, … more
Editor of the Reformer:At this season of budgeting starts in our Legislature, I'd like to highlight the very positive work that is done by our local Parent Child Center here in Brattleboro.After almost 30 years in existence, these facilities are … more
Editor of the Reformer:Ever since Jan. 20, it has become apparent to me that I need a personal strategy so that I can withstand the onslaught that is the Trump presidency. The magnitude of our work as social activists feels overwhelming and … more
Editor of the Reformer:The U.S. is losing an average of 6,000 acres of open space every day, according to www.tpl.org/ourland. In Dummerston, in 1960, there were about 300 houses. Today, there are about 800. Almost all of those new houses were … more
Editor of the Reformer:After many years of banking with TD Bank, I find it necessary to close my accounts. I will no longer do my banking at TD bank in protest of the bank's investment in Energy Transfer Partners and the DAPL pipeline in North … more
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