Letters to the Editor

To the Editor,
Thank you so much for your January 19 editorial about returning to in-person Town Meetings, as it fits nicely with something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately - community. Or, more precisely, how the sense of community seems to be slowly slipping away.
The...
To the Editor,
 The idea of having virtual meetings and Australian ballot to be the norm is contrary to Vermont ideals. Town Meeting is a democratic institution that we need to hold onto.
I know they say this is temporary but I have found that the temporary sometimes becomes...
To the Editor,
The members of Deerfield Valley Rescue, Inc. would like to invite everyone to join us at American Flatbread, 183 Route 100, in West Dover, on Tuesday, January 31, from 4 to 9 pm.
American Flatbread will donate a portion of every flatbread sold that evening to...
To the Editor, 
We have just celebrated Martin Luther King’s birthday.  I think that he was among the greatest of all Americans.  In 1966 he spoke about injustice in health care and called it the most shocking and inhuman of all inequalities.  There is much evidence that the care of the...
To the Editor,
As 2022 ends, I wanted to take stock of the work my office has done over the course of the year.
 The mission of my office is to hold state government accountable by making sure programs are working effectively and that state government is operating efficiently. I’m...
To the Editor,
Grace Cottage Family Health & Hospital would like to extend a public thank you to the Deerfield Valley Rotary for providing a grant to support its emergency department expansion project. This project will improve patient privacy, comfort, security, and care.
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To the Editor,
Legislative leadership has laid out their agenda for this session. Despite the dire state of health care - almost half of Vermonters under the age of 65 are “underinsured” - it is clear they have no intention of doing anything meaningful to address the state’s health care...
To the Editor,
The priorities of the legislative health committees in both the Vermont House and Vermont Senate were recently reviewed in the media. Apparently neither committee’s plans involve dealing with the state’s crisis in health care, which I had thought would be a priority for...
To the Editor,
Thank you to all who have donated calendars, cards - Christmas and all-occasion - and miscellaneous items to the veterans in Bennington. 
Every year our project, through the Daughters of the American Revolution, is to collect these items along with notepads, game...
To the Editor,
Since the merger between Vermont PBS and VPR and the subsequent name change, I have been referring to the organization as “Vermont Public Whatever” because it most definitely describes and means nothing whatsoever.
My suggestion, made to a longtime VPR reporter as...

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