Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: This Thursday marks the final deadline that the International Charter School gave to the Warwick City Council for a decision on our proposal to purchase and occupy the currently … more
Rep. Joseph M. McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, Cranston) has introduced legislation for a tax credit for homes that are made accessible to the elderly and disabled. Dubbed the Rhode Island Livable Home Tax Credit Act, the bill (2018-H 7142) would provide more
To the Editor:The sad saga of poor leadership by the Warwick School Committee and the Superintendent of Schools continues.The latest travesty is the School Committee’s search for $1.3M to cover … more
Open letter to Mayor Avedisian: I am writing to ask you to leave the Republican Party. The abhorrent behavior of our president is only surpassed by the enabling Republicans in Congress and around the country. By all accounts, having lived in Warwick for more
To the Editor: In the past two weeks there has been a lot of exciting news regarding Warwick's growing reputation as a great home for businesses. A January 11 Beacon article highlighted the rebirth of Rhode Island Mall. The space that has held far too more
To the Editor: The Republican Cranston City Council members abdicated their responsibility to govern for the common good and inexplicably denied the pleas of constituents to openly discuss and vote on a resolution that supports restricting concealed more
To the Editor: My hometown of Warwick should know that Mayor Scott Avedisian cares about families. On Jan. 2, I wrote to Gov. Gina Raimondo and to the mayors and town council presidents of our state's 10 most populous cities and towns. I asked each of more
To the Editor: I was born in New York City in 1948. That would make me part of the baby boomer" generation. I have read recently letters to the editor asking where has the country that I grew up in gone. Here are a few examples of how it has become the" more
To the Editor: The budget for the City of Warwick is about $300,000,000. More than half of that goes to the School Committee. Now, let's be clear. It doesn't go to the schools. It doesn't go to education." It doesn't go to the "students" and it" more
To the Editor: How do the needs of our children not get lost in the seasonal flood of requests to support other good causes? Our local kids - and many of our families need help. Working parents need a safe, affordable, and constructive site for their more
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