Maybe it is finally time to follow these rebellious legislators and at last start prioritizing humanity over costs.
Tag: Letters to the editor
Letter to the editor: Ageism is a socially accepted threat to financial security
Intentionally creating a multigenerational workplace gives rise to varying perspectives, meaningful mentorship opportunities, and enhanced problem-solving, more so than a workplace that doesn’t.
Letter to the editor: What about the real state of the nation?
What happens when a society like this elects leaders whose main — often sole — goal is to reduce taxes for those who are prospering?
Letter to the editor: Burton, Higher Ground underestimate neighbors’ concerns
These neighbors share concerns about noise, traffic and safety, and support CRZ's efforts to see that these issues are addressed.
Letter to the editor: Shocked by lack of oversight over construction projects
The fact that there is no licensing required for plumbers, electricians and contractors is shocking — but licensing is required to work on someone’s nails!
Letter to the editor: Most patriots remember our fallen every day
The commentary distracts from the true reason for Memorial Day.
Letter to the editor: Why the musical chairs in Vermont health care?
As members at the top continue to change places, it is quite hard to follow. And is it legal and customary to do so?
Letter to the editor: The electric grid is getting cleaner every year
Anything that uses electricity becomes cleaner without any modification to it.
Letter to the editor: Why is DCF’s youth ‘detention facility’ still up for debate?’
DCF may “prefer” to call it something else to evade town zoning, but its Newbury proposal is a secure detention facility by its own definitions.
Letter to the editor: Spray foam works if it’s used properly
There have been many alarming mistakes made, with foam and all other kinds of insulation, but all of them could have been prevented.