We also learned that he had gotten the Bronze Star. I remember him once being annoyed at someone’s irritation that he was getting “free” benefits from the GI Bill. As he said, it wasn’t free.
Tag: Letters to the editor
Letter to the editor: Substitute teachers aren’t ‘teachers’
Many, many substitute “teachers” are not teachers any more than the fellow who’s been given a gun and badge is a cop.
Letter to the editor: Timely, important issues about spray foam
This method of making a home energy-efficient is being pushed by contractors.
Letter to the editor: There is a lot to be said about a small school
The only issue I see for present day is that tiny schools may not have the technology a larger school would have. That can be a pretty big deal in today's world.
Letter to the editor: Bar for prosecuting police is set dangerously low
In policing, we are expected to know how to handle every moment, every crisis, and to make split-second decisions where life and death hang in the balance with surgical precision. This is simply not possible as part of the human condition.
Letter to the editor: Highly successful role for closed-cell spray foam
The vastly lower potential for moisture issues, and higher insulation value, is what led me to closed cell foam.
Letter to the editor: With reorganization proposal, our colleges will become extinct
The thought of doing this is not for our students or our economy. I strongly feel Mike Smith is another puppet.
Letter to the editor: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can help with long Covid
It would be a shame if folks who are suffering remain in the dark about a simple, effective treatment that can help them regain their health.
Letter to the editor: We need data on problems with spray foam insulation
Without any centralized clearinghouse for data on benefits and problems with various building technologies, we are all left to rely on anecdotal evidence and hope for the best.
Letter to the editor: Close in the Moran plant; convert auditorium to housing
We need creative thinking to repurpose for Burlington's current needs. It’s not that difficult.