Tag Archives: Richard Kropp

Letter
August 31, 2017

A bloated firehouse

Dear Editor,

The following is in no way to disparage those who put in their effort to select a site, nor negotiate the sale price for the proposed firehouse. The following are facts we the citizens need to consider. An acre of land is 43,560…

Letter
January 25, 2017

No response regarding senior pass inquiry

Dear editor,

Well as you would expect, not a word was heard from the mountain with regard to the previous letters requesting the mountain to provide a senior taxpayers’ residential ski pass. I never thought it would be an easy task, but you never know. My…

Letter
January 11, 2017

Mountain vs. seniors, part two

Dear Editor,

The response from people I received after my letter was published in last week’s edition, was overwhelmingly positive everywhere I went—skiing Thursday and Friday, at Choices Friday night, the Deli on Route 4, everywhere—not one negative remark. But this is not just one…

Letter
February 11, 2016

Route 4: more dangerous than it looks

Dear Editor,

A few weeks ago I submitted my thoughts and concerns about the 50 mph speed limit over the Sherburne Pass, after that horrific accident that took three lives. The feedback I received was extremely positive. All who I spoke with agreed…

Letter
February 9, 2016

Affordable housing considered in context

Dear editor,

The following is one man’s opinion, mine. The issues that were of most importance discussed last night were: 1) affordable housing, 2) the new firehouse, 3) the pool, 4) hiking and biking trails, and the rest were bringing up the rear. Let’s take…

Letter
January 15, 2016

The road to disaster

Dear Editor,

I guess it is hard to prevent accidents before they happen, such as that horrific one that occurred in our town last week. What could we have done? Anything?

Well, my friends, disaster has been staring us right in the face. While returning…

Letter
June 11, 2015

“The Case of the Slip-pary Selectman”

Dear Editor,

This past Tuesday during “Citizens’ Concerns,” Pat Linnemayr brought up the subject of the West Hill Slip Road. She, like many of the citizens of Killington, want to keep the slip road.

Last year, in just two days Vito Rasenas collected over…