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Letters to the Editor   Jul 27, 2015
Working for you To the editor: I would like to once again thank all of the voters for electing me as a Town Councilor in … more ...
Malcontents, or concerned citizens? To the editor: I just read an editorial written by the Plainville Republican Town Committee Chair praising our volunteer Town Council … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Jun 23, 2015
Selfless effort appreciated To the editor: While my family has resided in Plainville for many years and has always enjoyed our well-cared-for Norton Park, recently, … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Jun 15, 2015
Don’t feel too bad for businesses To the editor: I am writing this letter, not to belittle businesses, only to point out a few things … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Apr 20, 2015
Hummel’s wonderful legacy To the editor: I was saddened to learn of the passing, earlier this month, of a Plainville icon, Ruth S. Hummel. Hummel’s … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Apr 14, 2015
Budget deserves voters’ support To the editor: The Plainville Town Council and Board of Education have completed their work on the 2015-2016 budget. The spending … more ...
Demolition is the answer To the editor: Several years ago my voice was among those who wanted to save the old high school for our … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Mar 31, 2015
Message sent To the editor: Plainville residents, elected leaders, local and state law enforcement officials, and caring individuals from across the state are to be … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Mar 24, 2015
It’s about time To the editor: In the end, time was the culprit that sealed the fate of old Linden building. Things began to go … more ...

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Letters to the Editor   Mar 18, 2015
Where’s the Town Council? To the editor: I am not a disgruntled nor overzealous town resident, so please excuse my bluntness when I ask where … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Mar 10, 2015
Where is the drop zone? To the editor: Last week, actor Harrison Ford was involved in a small plane crash. Luckily, he was okay, and … more ...
Demolition is the wrong answer To the editor: Let’s turn the Old Linden Street School into a Community Center for the people. After a recent … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Feb 17, 2015
Make your voice heard To the editor: After the November election, and question on the fate of the old Linden school, the two parties went … more ...
Writer wrong on Robertson To the editor: I am writing in response to the Dec. 18, 2014 Letter to the Editor regarding Robertson Airport. The … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Dec 30, 2014
Listen to the majority To the editor: Well it finally happened. At the Dec. 15 Town Council meeting, a Town Council member motioned to have … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Nov 13, 2014
Watch the winners To the editor: Whew! This election is over. As usual, the victors are jubilant. The losers are not, and they will be … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Oct 24, 2014
Support for Michalik To the editor: I enthusiastically support State Senate candidate Rob Michalik. Through Rob’s experience in economic development and his ability to work … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Oct 16, 2014
Support for Michalik To the editor: Though I am a former Republican member of the Plainville Board of Education, and Rob Michalik is a Democrat, … more ...
Support for Michalik To the editor: It takes more than a nice person to be a State Senator. Most of them are nice. For the … more ...
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