Letters to the Editor

To the Editor,
Congratulations to Sen. Becca Balint and attorney general Charity Clark. The League of Women Voters of Vermont applauds you as ground-breaking women.
The League of Women Voters of Vermont congratulates Sen. Becca Balint for her unprecedented victory as the first woman...
To the Editor,
Any war is a tragedy, especially for civilians.
Since February the bitter war in Ukraine has diverted attention from the past seven-plus years in which the US has facilitated war and supply blockades in Yemen. The longterm virtual famine of Yemeni civilians is one...
To the Editor,
Thank you to everyone who participated in the November 2022 general election here in Windham-6. Thank you to each voter who considered my candidacy for state representative. Thank you to those who trusted me with your vote. I have all your voices, all your stories, with me...
To the Editor,
I would like to address items in the article printed last week pertaining to “School, family at  odds over bus stop.”
I was listening remotely and heard the situation differently. To start with the family’s suspicion of the executive session, it did not seem to fit...
To the Editor,
Voters of Windham County, I am humbled and incredibly grateful to be entrusted with the opportunity to represent you in the Vermont Senate.
This campaign has taken me to every corner of our county and has opened my eyes to the nuances of the challenges we face. It has...
To the Editor,
The month of November is Native American Heritage Month, honoring the First Nations people of this country. But how much does the average American know about the original inhabitants of this land? Or about what has happened since white man first stepped foot on American soil...
To the Editor,
Would you rather drown in a flood or burn in a forest fire? Fortunately, the Democrats and President Biden have passed and signed the Inflation Reduction Act, which earmarks $369 billion for energy initiatives to combat climate change. This gives some hope that you will...
To the Editor,
The recreational trapping season in Vermont started on Saturday, October 22, and runs through March 31, 2023. This includes the use of baited steel-jawed leghold and body-gripping kill traps as well as cage traps that are set underwater that drown multiple animals at once....
To the Editor,
What does the health care staffing crisis mean for the most vulnerable?
Take South Burlington Community Housing, also known as Anderson Parkway, a cooperative living arrangement. Residents  with mobility impairments live in 10 one-bedroom apartments. By pooling their...
To the Editor,
Due to a change in plans, I have to correct the information that I published in the spring “End of heating season” letter. The couple who will be taking over the management of Deerfield Valley Community Cares will not be able to assume full-time control until next summer. ...

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