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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Letter

Transparency???

Dear Editor, My second question about transparency in Killington was what are the town’s plans to fix the issue that the auditor pointed out about not having enough funds to sustain government operations for approximately two months? The response we […]

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Letter

Vermont’s vanishing landscape

Dear Editor, Concrete and asphalt do not constitute progress. Progress is having the vision to reserve fertile and open land for any number of agricultural purposes. Progress is assisting former vibrant downtowns to become healthy again by focusing economic activity […]

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Letter

Transparency??

Dear Editor, My letter to the editor in the July 16-22 edition was a simple question of transparency. I asked why the auditor’s report showed (on page 9) a $815,491 debt from Irene. Nowhere did I mention this money was […]

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Letter

New Prosper Valley School begins action phase

Dear Editor, On June 2, 2015, Governor Shumlin signed into law Act 46 of 2015. This landmark education legislation calls on school boards and administrators to lead changes in their districts and supervisory unions that will result in greater opportunities […]

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Letter

Proposed rate increases should be rejected

Dear Editor, The Affordable Care Act, despite its name, is not making health care affordable. One in five people in Vermont are struggling with medical bills. Meanwhile, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont, as a “non-profit,” will receive a tax […]

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Letter

Performance attendees spoil enjoyment of others

Dear editor, The musical performances at the Killington Library on Thursday evenings in an informal setting are meant to provide entertainment and enjoyment to locals and visitors alike. There were several groups in attendance at last Thursday’s event who coalesced […]

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Letter

Solar siting needs to be regulated

Dear Editor, The Solar Energy Industries Association recently stated there are 72 solar companies in Vermont. Looks like they are swooping in buying up land and desecrating our environment with these ugly panels and their hardware. When there are no siting […]

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