Letters to the Editor

To the Editor,
After years of institutional mismanagement and months of fostering confusion, misdirection, and outright fabrications, the Marlboro College Board of Trustees and its president are set to close down the 70-year-old institution and transfer its $35 million remaining endowment...
To the editor,
I am so honored to work in a town that is determined to serve its community to its best every day. 
This weekend I was unsuccessful in my attempts to deliver an electric wheelchair to one of my clients.  One of my helpers suggested I try the road crew in Wilmington,...
To the Editor,
The fourth grade at Aviston Elementary, located in southern Illinois, is learning about the United States and the different environments, climates, resources, and highlights found in each region.  
The kids in the class think it would be fun to receive postcards,...
To the Editor,
An open letter to legislative decision makers:
Please make every effort to ensure that S.54, the cannabis regulation bill provides strong equity and inclusion provisions.  The current bill fails to provide a sufficiently robust framework and fails to allocate any...
To the Editor,
Fifty million Chinese locked down! Fifteen countries affected! Three confirmed cases in the US! These dramatic headlines announce one more pandemic caused by our abuse of animals.
Indeed, 61% of the 1,415 pathogens known to infect humans originate with animals. These...
To the Editor,
Working with nine Vermont public schools and three town boards of authority, I am filled with sadness and shame and outrage! 
Public trust in our institutions is the foundation of democracy. Without it we can only create scapegoats in the place of justice, and...
To the Editor,
I am running for selectboard in Whitingham and hope this letter enables folks to know me better.
For the past eight years, I’ve enjoyed serving on the Whitingham Planning and Zoning Commission and the Whitingham Economic Development Group. I’ve worked with internet...
To the Editor,
CUD? What is this thing we will be voting on at Town Meeting? Communications union districts allow two or more towns to join together as a municipal entity for a means of building internet communication infrastructure. The benefits of creating a CUD are the following:...
To the Editor:
Whitingham residents are presented with a great opportunity to bring fresh ideas, professional insight, and renewed energy to the Twin Valley Unified Union District School Board. Three candidates on the ballot deserve your vote. 
Christy Betit is a Whitingham native...
To the Editor,
Note: This letter was sent to legislative leaders,  chairs of the House and Senate education committees, and  the directors of  Vermont’s education professional organizations.
On Monday, February 10, the Windham Central Super Board met to discuss the recent “Pupil...


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