Tag Archives: Kip Dalury

Letter
January 15, 2016

Won’t you be my neighbor?

Dear Editor,

Will the town of Killington consider a residency requirement for the new town manager?

In the old days, selectmen ran towns but 100 years ago the state of Vermont created the select board-manager form of government. After the town of Killington (then Sherburne)…

Letter
October 15, 2015

State created dangers a result of bureaucrat’s inaction

Dear Editor,

I support David Rosenblum who called out leaders on road safety. Rosenblum is a stalwart volunteer for the town and I fully understand his frustration with paid bureaucrats’ inaction. I’d wager things would play differently if said bureaucrats resided in the town locale.

Letter
July 2, 2015

When it comes to PEG-TV, Rutland’s gain is Killington’s loss

Dear Editor,

Rutland’s PEG-TV recently announced the retirement of their long time executive director. The three-station juggernaut has been a success that hopefully will continue. They last reported revenues of $750,000 and $1.4 million in assets with a well-paid and benefitted staff. But that success…

Letter
June 26, 2015

Roundup out of the OK corral

Dear Editor,

Interesting front page story about the “war” on weeds in this past week’s edition (June 18-24) and the growing use of “economic poisons” as pesticides are known in the trade. Blockbuster products such as Monsanto’s Roundup have been exposed before.

If the state…