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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: Rowe for governor

    As an observer of recent debates and advertising supporting gubernatorial candidates, I can’t help but be impressed with their willingness to commit time and energy to public service. It says a lot for Maine that we can field such a strong set of candidates. I have also found it more...

  • Letter: Re-elect Rodden in Falmouth

    We are writing in strong support of Bonny Rodden for re-election to the Falmouth Town Council. Our support is based on her intelligent, careful and pragmatic work on the council over the past three years. We value the balance Bonny has brought to issues of taxes and economic development; s...

  • Letter: Support the SAD 51 budget

    Voters in School Administrative District 51 would do well next month to resist being swept up in the current anti-tax sentiment, especially for their own public school district. Our schools are a valuable resource for Cumberland and North Yarmouth. Greely High School was one of four schools in ...

  • Letter: No justification for Falmouth facilities proposal

    Falmouth's Facilities Planning Committee recommends spending more than $9 million to move Town Hall and the library and open a new recreation center. But the cost of renovation is far higher than new construction and the site is a non-conforming use. It would be more fiscally responsible to retu...

  • Letter: Rodden, DiBiase for Falmouth council

    I am writing to encourage Falmouth voters to support Bonny Rodden and Barbara DiBiase in the June 8 Town Council election. It’s been an enormous privilege to serve with fellow Councilor Bonny Rodden over the past three years. She has consistently shown amazing energy, thoughtfulness and p...

  • Letter: Freeport Library takes a hit

    It is important for the residents of Freeport to know that two of the Freeport Library's stalwart staff members are taking “early retirement” – a part of the town’s efforts to present a zero increase in the next budget. The employees will become part-time staff, creating ...

  • Letter: Falmouth should elect DiBiase

    As a Falmouth resident, teacher and parent concerned about a healthy and sustainable future for our town, I'm glad to be able to recommend Barbara DiBiase, a wonderful new candidate for Town Council. Barb DiBiase has experience working for the town as energy and sustainability coordinator, and s...

  • Letter: Payne, Varney, Murray for Falmouth

    I enthusiastically support Tony Payne, Faith Varney and Dave Murray for Falmouth Town Council. As you know, Tony is seeking re-election for a second-three year term. I have worked with Tony for all of his first term. Tony has demonstrated to me that he is fiscally conservative and able to ...