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  • Letter: Denno has right background for Legislature

    As a Cumberland resident, I am grateful we have a candidate like Democrat Dale Denno prepared to represent our community in House District 45. Dale has the skills and experience to make our government more cost-effective and responsive to all Maine citizens. With an extensive business background,...

  • Letter: Denno for Cumberland state representative

    Democrat Dale Denno, a long time Cumberland resident, is getting my vote for state representative in House District 45. Dale has worked in the public and private sector, and contributed countless hours to public service. In his various roles, he has had the opportunity to successfully work with b...

  • Letter: Falmouth will benefit from Question 1

    I am impressed and grateful that the Falmouth Town Council was able to develop a plan to keep the Lunt/Plummer site in civic use without raising our taxes. As a result, I am voting yes on Question 1. What really appeals to me about this plan is that the town cannot increase property ta...

  • Letter: No on Question 1 in Falmouth

    Six reasons for Falmouth to vote no on Question 1 on June 14: 1 — Depressed Real Estate Market with no relief in sight. 2 — Expensive surprises often found when renovating old buildings. 3 — Shaky and unknown future for libraries. 4 — Need to fu...

  • Letter: Orestis for Falmouth council

    I am writing to add my voice to the people in Falmouth supporting Chris Orestis for the Town Council election on June 14. Chris is a political moderate very much in the tradition of Maine politics where he grew up. Too often today we see our elected officials taking extreme positions that cater...

  • Global Matters: My own private Egypt

    In this paschal season, Jews have concluded the ritual observance of Passover, which celebrates, at its most basic level, the survival of the Jewish people in the face of Egyptian oppression. Of course, even now, thousands of years after the fact, the seder meal and the observance of the h...

  • The Universal Notebook: In concert with Neil Young

    Music, I am sorry to say, has not been a big part of my life since I graduated from college 40 years ago. Live music never was. Since I attended the Newport Folk Festival in 1966, I can probably count on two hands the number of concerts I have attended – Bob Dylan a couple of times, ... 3

  • Letter: Support Falmouth library, town center

    I encourage the voters of Falmouth to approve the renovation and reuse of the land and buildings at Lunt and Plummer-Motz schools. We have a unique opportunity to convert the Lunt building into the Falmouth Memorial Library and potentially turn Plummer-Motz into our Community Center.

  • Letter: Dill will bring experience to Senate

    Maine faces tough economic challenges that demand strong, intelligent and responsible leadership. Rep. Cynthia Dill has shown such leadership during her legislative service in the Maine House and will bring this valuable experience to the Senate. Cynthia is an effective legislator and a st...

  • Letter: South Portland mayor backs Dill

    I encourage voters, first, to get out to vote in the Senate District 7 special election on May 10. Second, I urge you to vote for Democrat Cynthia Dill. Cynthia is a smart, articulate, outspoken woman who knows the issues, understands the challenges and represents her constituents with both knowl...