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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: Kitchel, Farber for Falmouth council

    With Town Council candidate Ned Kitchel we have an opportunity to bring back a member of the Falmouth community who once served in this important role, who understands the importance of listening carefully to all sides of an issue, who represents fairness, and who possesses keen common and busine...

  • Letter: No free ride in Falmouth

    Please vote no on Question 1 relating to the Falmouth library move to the Plummer/Motz-Lunt site, which includes other costly items to Falmouth residents. If anyone truly believes this is a freebie ("tax neutral") then I have a bridge I'd like to sell them. Our real estate taxes are alre...

  • Letter: Andrews for Falmouth School Board

    I am very happy to give my support to Jan Andrews for Falmouth School Board. My interactions with Jan over the last few years have shown her to be a very level-headed, thoughtful person, willing to consider viewpoints other than her own. And I have no doubt she will bring those traits to the Fal...

  • Letter: Yes on 1 in Falmouth

    For two years I was a member of the Falmouth Community Facilities Planning Committee whose recommendations to the town were the seed of the upcoming Question 1 referendum. I left that process with admiration for town staff, my fellow committee members and for the town itself. The process was so r...

  • Letter: Pryzant for Falmouth School Board

    I met Eydie Pryzant almost 19 years ago when she moved to Maine with her husband and young son. As Eydie’s family grew, now three children ages 15 to 20, she immersed herself in the Falmouth schools as a parent volunteer. Throughout the years, Eydie has regularly attended School Board meet...

  • Letter: Re-elect Pierce in Falmouth

    We urge Falmouth voters to re-elect Teresa Pierce to theTown Council. Teresa has been a thoughtful and strategic councilor, working to balance the needs of individuals in our growing community with the pressures of business growth and development. Teresa’s input on developing the Route 1 ...

  • Letter: Re-elect Larson to Falmouth board

    Focus on the big picture with attention to detail. Excellent interpersonal skills. Budget development experience. Ability to make hard decisions. Workhorse. Just a few of the qualities Analiese Larson brings to this year’s Falmouth School Board election. I know. As a past School Board membe...

  • Letter: SAD 51 budget meets needs

    Supporting a school budget is more than an annual appropriation; it is an investment in the future.  As a former superintendent of schools and educator for 35 years, I believe a strong correlation exists between the quality of education, and the future of our country. The SAD 51 Finan...

  • Letter: Hazard for Falmouth School Board

    I am writing to extend my support for Falmouth School Board candidate Karyl Hazard. With three young children, Karyl plays an active role in the school system and stays up to date on all the important issues. She attends many board meetings and often shares her thoughts publicly. One of Karyl'...