Letters to the Editor

To the Editor,
It was Tuesday night and not too many restaurants were open in this area. I told my foodie friend I’m taking you to a surprise restaurant that served her favorite dish, stuffed shrimp scampi style. 
Living here 20 years she had no idea where we were going. I told her...
To the Editor, 
Readsboro Hometown Redevelopment offers thanks to everyone who helped with the holiday pop-up store. 
Donations of merchandise came from residents. Norma-Jean Marchegiani, of Readsboro, and Carolyn Miller, of East Lime, CT,  were major craft donors. Furnishings were...
To the Editor,
Bringing up yet another state-funded study on education funding is bound to induce eye-rolling around the Deerfield Valley. Nonetheless, I urge local residents to become familiar with the recent Pupil Weighting Factors Report that was championed, in part, by our local...
To the Editor,
Kudos to Lauren Harkawik on her lovely article about Lisle Hill Road, the original development of Wilmington on that road.  I knew the road had been called Town Hill Road and always wondered how it morphed into Lisle Hill Road.  Thanks to her article I now know that and a...
To the Editor,
What an interesting article on Wilmington’s Town Hill! I will look forward to more articles from The Deerfield Valley News as we approach Old Home Week, July 30 through August 2.
For your readers who may not be familiar with Old Home Week, it is a town celebration...
To the Editor,
On Friday, January 17, the Dover sixth grade took a mathematical field trip to Pizzapalooza in Marlboro. We have been studying ratios, rate, and proportion. Our studies included calculating tax, discounts, and tips. Sara Jasinski, owner of the restaurant, invited the sixth-...
Editor’s note: The following was read into the public record at Thursday’s facilities committee meeting in Wilmington. 
Before I start, many of you on the board and committee are friends, so I’m hoping you just got romantically swept up in the fanciful dream of a shiny new building and don...
Editor’s note: The following was read into the public record at Thursday’s facilities committee meeting in Wilmington. 
Before I start, many of you on the board and committee are friends, so I’m hoping you just got romantically swept up in the fanciful dream of a shiny new building and don...
To the Editor,
Preserving a defunct historical district is prolonging the death phase of our town.
When a human dies, modern day society buries or cremates its dead. We treat the newly deceased with dignity. But in Wilmington, we keep them on life support indefinitely. We let them...

Bruce Mullen
Editor’s note: The following was read into the public record at Thursday’s facilities committee meeting in Wilmington.
Before I start, many of you on the board and committee are friends, so I’m hoping you just got romantically swept up in the fanciful dream of a shiny new building and don’...

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