Local News

Local races shaping up

By Stephen Seitz Except for Killington, there doesn’t seem to be much excitement in area races for local office on the east side of the Green Mountains this year. Killington town clerk Lucrecia Wonsor said that former selectman Jim Haff […]

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Letter

Haff time!

Dear Editor, It’s that time of year again. It’s voting time. And I, Jim Haff, have put my name back on the ballot for another year. Just as last year, I’m just letting you know (a little earlier this year) […]

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Opinion

Local elections deadlines approach

By Stephen Seitz Town meeting is right around the corner, and the period to run for local office has begun. While there are still some towns like Reading and Bridgewater which conduct business by electing officers from the floor, most […]

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Letter

Simpler question

Dear Editor, I started this letter to the editor sometime in June or July. It was intended to be a question to the town manager, his first and only response was a press release. Then, the chair of our Select […]

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Letter

You decide

Dear Editor, My question on transparency (two books, two reports, two financials) gets really confusing when the town is not using one set of financials for all. In the 2013 Town Report “Goodnight Irene” on page 5, it states: “By […]

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Letter

The answers should be simple

Dear Editor, In response to Patty McGrath’s attempt to answer my questions in her letter to the editor in last week’s edition, Oct. 28-Nov. 4: Patty, first off, I say two books, you say two reports, isn’t that the same […]

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Letter

Outstanding questions

Dear Editor, It’s been some time since I last wrote. I’ve been waiting for answers to my questions. The question seems to be simple: why does the town of Killington have two sets of books for financials? I’ve asked our […]

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Opinion

Transparency?????

Dear Editor, I’m waiting on some answers from past letters to the editor, which my understanding Killington Selectboard Chair Patty McGrath has stated: “I also plan to continue to write letters monthly to The Mountain Times to address citizens concerns […]

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Letter

Transparency????

Dear Editor, I’ve asked two simple questions. Killington Selectboard Chair Patty McGrath believes she’s answered them. As a voter, I do not. To summarize my point: page 7 of our town report lists a Town of Killington Debt Summary, which […]

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