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  • Letter: Yarmouth town councilor knows value of communication

    Thank you to the Yarmouth Town Council and, more specifically, Counselor Andrew Kittredge, on increasing the communication being distributed to residents. The use of social media is a fantastic vehicle for getting information out to the public to invite participation with those issues and decisio...

  • Letter: Did Brunswick officials violate their own policy?

    After reading the Oct. 31 issue, I am finding difficulty in understanding the “concern” of Brunswickk's town councilors. An article states “since the policy was enacted in 1995, town managers have allowed employees, on a largely informal basis, to collect extra vacation time.&rd...

  • Letter: Return Nelson to the Legislature

    We urge Falmouth voters to return Mary Nelson to the Legislature. As a former Falmouth town councilor she knows the possible negative effect laws passed in Augusta have on towns and cities. Both on the Falmouth Town Council and in the House of Representatives she has shown her ability, lea...

  • Letter: Return Webster to the House

    In a time in which the economy is changing in a volatile manner, the citizens of Freeport and Pownal need someone who will represent their concerns and ideas. They need a candidate with a proven track record, a candidate who knows the ropes in Augusta, a candidate who will listen. They need an ef...

  • Letter: Corthell, Carlsen for Scarborough council

    Please join me in voting for Kerry Corthell and Iver Carlsen for Scarborough Town Council. In 2008 their opponents all voted to prohibit the Conservation Commission from commenting on plans for development in Scarborough, as the Commission had done for over 10 years. This was done to punis...

  • Letter: Richard deserves support

    Mark Richard has such a positive outlook on life that I know it’s hard for him to see or speak the negative. I can only imagine the challenge Mark feels as he answers the call of our state. It’s a negative fact that our state finds itself in a bit of a mess and I cannot imagine a mor...

  • Letter: Richard for District 112 representative

    Mark Richard, candidate for House District 112, has a clear vision for Maine. Mark grew up here, raised his children here, went to school here, and chose to stay in Maine. His mission and vision is to make our home state a place of prosperity. A place our children will be able to raise their fam...

  • Letter: Re-elect Governali in Cape Elizabeth

    Confident that he will continue to serve our community judiciously, collaboratively and passionately, I eagerly support Councilor Frank Governali's candidacy for Cape Elizabeth Town Council. At a time when we continue to face fiscal difficulties, Frank will be able to provide invaluable in...

  • Letter: Tepler for Topsham representative

    Election Day is coming soon and I would like to express my support for Denise Tepler, who is running for state representative in House District 60. I have known Denise for 26 years and have seen her at work on a variety of projects, from raising her three wonderful daughters, to her involvement ...

  • Letter: Harris in House District 113

    It is time to send an experienced businessman to Augusta. We need to elect someone who has a track record for creating jobs, managing and meeting a weekly payroll, and ensuring that his customers are always satisfied. That person is Jason Harris. Recently, Jason undertook a major environme...