Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Attention taxpayers: Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur wants all of us taxpayers to contribute/pay large sums of money for sewers in his ward. For these past years, he has preyed on other areas in Warwick, demanding everything possible to pay more
To the Editor:Regarding Tammie Dickerman’s letter of July 11 “The Main Avenue, Greenwood East section has lost much in community to the Providence airport. Many living here have no … more
To the Editor: Hillary Clinton represents everything that is wrong with the political class. "The Donald" represents everything that is wrong with American society. The Washington war party of corrupt and babbling fools represents the moneyed interests. more
To the Editor: June Flori sent a letter to the Beacon about the difficulties in using the roundabout, which she mistakenly calls a rotary. A roundabout calls for reduced speeds due to the smaller diameter than a rotary. This is so typical of people in more
To the Editor: It used to be an easy, pleasant ride on a Sunday morning from Coventry to Sts. Rose and Clement Church in Warwick. Not anymore. We now have to deal with the challenge of the mind-boggling rotary in Apponaug. more
To the Editor: Thank you, Mr. Cervone, for your heart-felt apology. I'm glad you accepted that your thoughts on former-President Obama taking less affluent taxpayers with him on his vacation trips were positively inane. It's comforting to learn that more
To the Editor: Medical care for our veterans has been a hot topic for a lot of years and going back to World War I and II. So there are a lot of years to perfect the operation and administration of healthcare to our vets, yet I have not heard of anybody more
To the Editor: It's been a few years since I was honored by being elected President of The Pontiac Village Association (PVA). This experience has given me more knowledge of the diverse folks in our neighborhood as well as a better understanding of how more
To the Editor: Like many Rhode Islanders, I'm no stranger to hard work. I've been a farmer, small business owner, artist and art teacher, and as a mom, I work hard every day to create a brighter world for my daughters. It's been a particular kind of joy more
To the Editor: Seeing the longest day of the year, June 21, is behind us it brings me to reflect on the brevity of life. At this time, when life and all of nature are in full flower, the summer … more
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