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  • Policy Wonk: Thanks to LePage, Maine leaks revenue in 2 ways

    Gov. Paul LePage is nothing if not relentless in pursuit of a tea party fiscal agenda. He would directly cut state taxes (primarily for wealthy individuals and corporations) and indirectly give money to corporations by expanding and/or creating new tax expenditures, i.e., tax forgiveness, ...

  • Letter: Han has the qualities for Falmouth board

    Voters in Falmouth have a great chance this year to elect a hard-working and conscientious candidate to the School Board. Cindy Han has significant volunteer experience in the school system and her three children are current Falmouth students or recent graduates. As the former chairwoman of the b...

  • Letter: Scarborough recycling bins not for trash

    Throughout the Scarborough there are bins that are set up to collect specific items for recycling. Not only do they help our environment, but most of them help nonprofit organizations. Take the DARE bins that you see in Scarborough and Saco, for example. We are fortunate to have businesses tha...

  • Letter: Brunswick officials have wrong priorities

    The comments of Brunswick Town Manager Gary Brown and Councilors Margo Knight and Joanne King are off base. Knight says that policies should not be set that have,”unintended consequences like creating financial hardships for a property owner.” King states, “In this economy how a...

  • Letter: Councilor backs Pols in Brunswick

    I support Councilor Benet Pols in the race for the at-large seat on the Brunswick Town Council that I have held for the past three years. He has served District 7 quite well during his first term on the Brunswick Town Council and is more than capable of representing the entire town. Pols...

  • Letter: Arno in Freeport District 2

    Freeport citizens have an opportunity to vote for an outstanding candidate for Town Council in District 2 on Nov. 8. Kate Arno is a listener who is committed to working on the issues Freeport people feel are the most important to make this community a vital place to live and work. She has ...

  • Letter: Migliaccio deserves re-election in Freeport

    The town of Freeport needs councilors who combine both business knowledge and understanding of the uniqueness of our town. Councilor Joe Migliaccio fits this bill. He uses his business expertise to examine town projects and expenditures and is willing to ask the relevant questions to make...

  • Letter: Legislator endorses Egan in Freeport

    I am convinced that Kristina Egan has the skills to bring together the conflicting perspectives consuming so much of the Freeport Town Council’s time. She values involving all citizens, including those with active concerns, in the town’s big decisions. At the same time, she strikes me...

  • Letter: Arno for a change in Freeport

    I know Kate Arno and she is a very thoughtful, articulate woman. She will serve the citizens of District 2 and Freeport well when she is elected to the Town Council. She is knowledgeable about the issues and the challenges that Freeport will face in the coming years. She is committed to m...

  • Letter: Migliaccio in Freeport District 3

    Nov. 8 is our chance to choose who will represent us in town government. I hope that the Freeport District 3 residents reflect upon the strong contributions that Joe Migliaccio has made and re-elect him to the Town Council. Joe demonstrates a strong commitment to his district by listening to ou...