Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer:Given the Republicans' historic endorsement of local control I find it ironic that Governor Scott has proposed state takeover of local education. I don't know which is more bizarre, his takeover proposal or the no-new-taxes … more
Editor of the Reformer:Kids love to play "Opposite Day" — the day during which everything one says actually means its contrary. (If you have small children in your life, you may have experienced this.)Opposite Day is less charming and … more
Dear Editor of the Reformer I am responding to an advertising insert in the weekend edition of the Reformer (Jan.) from the Vermont Right to Life Committee Inc.I object to your readership being accosted by narrow ("scientific") divisive single issue … more
Editor of the Reformer:The ongoing battle between the wealthy one percent and the rest of the people for control of the government appears to have concluded with the capitulation of democratic government to the autocratic rule of capital. This was … more
Editor of the Reformer:In failing to receive responses from Hannaford's to my feedback cards, I think I need to bring my concerns to a wider audience.I've been very disappointed in their house-made foods, which would be very convenient if they were … more
Editor of the Reformer:Someone has to speak up against the proposed sale of Entergy Vermont Yankee to a decommissioning company that prides itself on its relationship with AREVA. AREVA is in rough fiscal shape today thanks to its inability to … more
Random thoughts on our current cultureEditor of the Reformer:Observing the development of the Women's March I find myself wishing it could be for something rather than against. Its purpose is not clear; mostly it seems to be against Trump. Is that … more
Thanks for the coverageEditor of the Reformer:I'm very pleased to see the Reformer (and probably other papers of the region) is giving plenty of space to the Women's March and far less to Mr. Trump's temper tantrums. I think we've already had far … more
Editor of the Reformer:Are we at a turning point in Brattleboro in how we look at budgets and energy? Are we starting to look more deeply at the longer term, and at life cycle costs and not just initial investment? Does that approach line up better … more
Editor of the Reformer:I wanted to thank those who set up and served the Charlie Slade Christmas breakfast, as it was good and nice to have.— Carol Owen,West Brattleboro, Jan. 2Editor of the Reformer:On behalf of the family of Grace Beverly … more
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