Letter

To recuse or not to recuse

Dear Editor, It has come to my attention that a certain self proclaimed “political junkie” is castigating our newly elected Selectman Jim Haff for involvement in reorganizing the operational management of the Green Mountain National Golf Course (GMNGC). He states […]

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Letter

Vote “yes” on fire department bond

Dear Editor, Lately much has been made about the cost of the proposed land purchase for the new Public Safety Building. Having been on the Firehouse Committee I can state unequivocally the committee exhausted all possible sites available with the […]

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Letter

Self-aggrandizement over good judgment?

Dear Editor, In response to John Paul Faignant’s letter of May 5, 2016, in the Rutland Herald entitled “Rose Kennedy passes hard test”– First of all Mr. Faignant is obviously biased in his assessment of Ms. Kennedy’s judgment. Either that […]

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Letter

A tragic accident and nothing more

I am greatly disheartened that the state has chosen to bring felony charges against Craig Mosher in the tragic accident that resulted in the death of John Bellis. Craig Mosher is an outstanding individual whose tireless and timely response to […]

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Letter

Whose 1 percent is it, anyway?

Dear Editor, In the wake of the recent election it has come to my attention that a certain prominent member of the community has made some proprietary statements to the Killington Pico Areas Association (KPAA) concerning the 1 percent options […]

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Letter

Slip lane or stop lane?

Dear Editor, The inexorable march towards eliminating the West Hill Road slip lane advanced further at the Aug. 4, 2015, Select Board meeting wherein Chet Hagenbarth, town facilities and road manager, introduced his “West Hill Road signage package,” which included […]

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