Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer,We did it! We made our goal. We are delighted to be writing this to thank everyone for your generous support for the renewal of the first floor of the PutneyCares Activities … more
Editor of the Reformer,It was a picture-perfect day for Grace Cottage Family Health & Hospital's 13th Annual Tour de Grace on Saturday, July 7, and 141 bicycle riders, an all-time record number … more
Editor of the Reformer:The Reformer's June 6, 2018 Editorial Opinion, "Act 46's second act" states three false facts.The first fallacy declared is, "[t]he state is not going to rescind Act 46."Many a … more
Editor of the Reformer:We're fortunate in Dummerston, Putney and Westminster to have Mike Mrowicki seeking his 6th term in the legislature.Mike has his priorities right on issues facing the State and … more
Editor of the Reformer:Each Christmas my wife and I send two of our children for a "weekend get-a-way" as a respite from their 7, 6, 4 and 3 year old children. We present them with a gift card from a … more
Editor of the Reformer,I am writing to express my support for Emilie Kornheiser's candidacy for State Representative. I've lived in Vermont for 27 years, and in Brattleboro for 21 years. I have been … more
Editor of the Reformer,Outside of an academic and constitutional discourse, public interest in any form of speech thought of as hateful is emotionally tied to the fear that it can be and too often is … more
Editor of the Reformer,I first met Cindy Jerome 21 years ago; she was President of the Brattleboro Food Coop Board and I was a new board member. Leadership rested thoughtfully and capably on her … more
Editor of the Reformer,I am writing to urge the re-election of Michael Mrowicki to represent Windham, District-4 in the Vermont House of Representatives. I've had the privilege of knowing Mike since … more
Editor of the Reformer,Perhaps someone can explain this tariff business for me. My math isn't so good, but my calculator tells me that 25 per cent of $100 is $25. So for every $100 worth of steel the … more
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