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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: Beem sees pension crisis through smoke, mirrors

    As typical of every spendthrift liberal, Edgar Allen Beem wants to slay Chicken Little. He disconnects himself with fiscal sanity and tries to reinvent Economics 101. In this spirit he refuses to recognize the fiscal insanity of his liberal icons. Does he remember Sen. Kennedy's bleating that S... 5

  • Letter: LePage fails the humility litmus test

    Gov. LePage's contempt for much of the population that differs from his point of view, is at once alarming and quite disturbing. A litmus test for any public servant that wants to lead and serve the common good should be love and tolerance for others. What we have here in Maine, is a governor ...

  • Letter: Vote for Maietta in Senate District 7

    We have a special election coming up May 10 and we will have two choices, a Democrat or a Republican. The last Democrat said he is moving away because he couldn’t find work here in Maine. How pathetic is that? If a sitting senator cannot find work here in Maine we are in trouble. I trul...

  • Letter: Orestis brings good experience to Falmouth council

    I have known Chris Orestis for a number of years. I was thrilled to learn he is running for Falmouth Town Council. His experience as a business owner will bring an important perspective to the council. As a business owner myself, I respect his responsible approach to ...

  • Letter: Orestis will make Falmouth schools a council priority

    We moved to Falmouth because we believed the town's public school system would give our children access to a superior education. Over the last several months, we have followed and contributed to the discussion on the 2012 school budget. We overwhelmingly support the budget and full-day kin...

  • Letter: Falmouth library, campus deserve support

    As a trustee of the Falmouth Memorial Library for the past four years, I have been deeply involved in addressing the space needs of our library. Circulation and usage have outpaced the growth of our town, to the point that our library does not meet state or national standards for space or access...

  • Letter: 'Town center' will make Falmouth proud

    Congratulations to the Falmouth Town Council and staff on marshaling balanced information and public comment. We are persuaded that the proposed Falmouth "town center" will provide a long-needed multipurpose facility. It will serve all ages. It's good economics: well-planned use of valuable sp...

  • Letter: Falmouth pantry values help from USM

    As part of the annual Day of Service through the University of Southern Maine on April 15, the Falmouth Food Pantry benefited from the hard work of Jennifer, Bradley, and Levy. We want to thank them for their thorough scrubbing of every storage unit, reinforcing many wobbly shelves, cleaning the ...