Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: In 1930 I moved to Warwick with my newly widowed mother, Amelia Furey. She bought a cottage on Scandia Avenue. My aunt Annie and uncle Joe Lizotte shared the backyard with us. They … more
To the Editor: Once again, the public has been misinformed on the subject of the proposed hotel to be constructed on Station Street, on the outskirts of Apponaug Center. Mr. D’Abate is … more
To the Editor: The City Council passes a law to force the clearing of snow off city owned sidewalks by the owners of property behind those sidewalks. Most people work and many times the storm … more
To the Editor: Posnegansett Lake, or Arnold’s Pond, in Lakewood is one of Warwick’s natural gemstones. Its placid waters once delighted summer swimmers and winter skaters for decades. As … more
An open letter to Mayor Avedisian, Col. McCartney, City Council members and School Committee members: Ladies and Gentlemen, In view of the recent events of the “alleged” outrageous theft … more
To the Editor: I would like to thank the patrons of Sunoco gas station, Broad Street, Cranston, for their continued donations of change to support the Children with Cancer fund. Also the … more
To the Editor: Wake up, Warwick residents, to the fact that we are destroying our most important resource in our city. That resource is our abundance of water. Most of the water bodies in Warwick … more
To the Editor: Regarding your article in Tuesday’s Beacon entitled “Chief outraged by loss of forfeiture funds,” I have a few things to say. These civil and criminal … more
To the Editor: I have just returned from a three-day stay at Kent Hospital. Their staff deserves the highest rate of A-plus for their excellent and courteous service. Rosetta … more
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