Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, Each morning before we left for school we would ask the kids, do you have your backpack, lunchbox and water bottle? Great. Let's get in the car and go to school. Now, it's, does everyone have a clean mask? Do you have a backup mask? more
To the Editor: Regarding your July 15 editorial on climate change, you write: "This is what the advancing state of manmade climate change looks like . wildfires, hurricanes, droughts, unrelenting rainfall and other abnormal weather patterns will continue more
To the Editor: Can't ignore the big picture of climate change The proposed solar ordinance before the City Council fails to address the issue of climate change and how it is impacting our city and state. Climate change is real and happening faster than more
To the Editor: The well-done Beacon article, "Reflections on a new administration," by Arden Bastia (June 24, 2021) highlighted our new Superintendent of Warwick Schools Lynn Dambruch along with the new Assistant Superintendent William McCaffrey. They more
To the Editor: Thank you Leslie Derrig and Jane Kenney Austin for alerting us in your letters of July 8, 2021, to the critical solar ordinance up for consideration at the July 19th Council meeting. Who knew! Who knew that our city is considering allowing more
To the Editor: Eight of the top 10 students at Pilgrim HS are young women and nine of the top 10 at Toll Gate HS are young women. Why is this? I think it's safe to assume that women and men are of equal intelligence. Could it be that women work harder more
To the Editor: My father was my best friend. He passed away at 93 over 10 years ago and I still reflect on his words today. He taught me how to study. He taught me about life. He taught me about "manners." He taught me about "girls." He taught me how to more
To the Editor: "They glazed paradise and put up a solar park." With apologies to Joni Mitchell, I wonder what future generations will think of the current rush to approve taxpayer subsidized solar developments in our city? It's a reckless rush that will more
To the Editor: Lately I have been feeling kind of down. I thought it might have been the weather. Some days hot and dry some days wet and cold. Then the other day when driving down Airport Road and Post Road, I suddenly realized the reason for my more
To the Editor: A risky solar ordinance - one that puts every scrap of residential and open space land in Warwick on the table for commercial solar development - is on a glide path to passage at the next City Council meeting. Warwick has lots of solar more
To the Editor: Being an American is mostly an accident of birth, aside from new immigration. There is no requirement to think a particular way. No opinion makes someone more "American" than any other opinion. No flag waving, no prejudice, no belief, no more
To the Editor: Three cheers for Slocum Realty. As is their custom, they were out in the neighborhoods yesterday placing American flags on lawns in preparation for the Fourth of July celebration. Their patriotic gesture is a service to the community that more
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