Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, RIAC is now denying the accuracy of the rendering presented at the Freight Advisory Committee meeting last week. The rendering shows the terminal moved to the north encroaching on … more
To the Editor, RIAC is now denying the accuracy of the rendering presented at the Freight Advisory Committee meeting last week. The rendering shows the terminal moved to the north encroaching on … more
To the Editor, RIAC is now denying the accuracy of the rendering presented at the Freight Advisory Committee meeting last week. The rendering shows the terminal moved to the north encroaching on … more
To the Editor, Jennifer Rourke is seeking the Democratic nomination for Senate District 29. As reported by Adam Zangari, Rourke describes herself as “not one of those ‘haves’, … more
Dear Editor Schuler, I write today in the capacity of Chairman of the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation Board of Commissioners. Having followed your recent coverage of the departure of … more
To the Editor, A very loud vociferation to Mayor Picozzi for speaking truth to power. There is no doubt that RIAC is hedging its bets and hiding its true intentions. By their refusal, … more
To the Editor, I am writing this letter as a response to and affirmation of the letter from Ken Dooley recently  published in the Beacon and to express my deep appreciation for the … more
To the Editor, Currently, Rhode Island has no state laws protecting forests. This has led to Rhode Island holding the unfortunate distinction of being the only state in New England where no … more
To the Editor, Last May, Representative Joe Shekarchi sponsored an exciting new presence in Rhode Island, the Life Science Hub. The Hub is where biotech companies that wish to set up shop in … more
To the Editor, To the collectivists in this country (i e the Progressives and the Liberals) Trump will always be considered the Howard Roark ( from Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead) of politics - to … more
To the Editor: The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a man of God. As Lorraine Potter-Cooper reminds us, his “Christian faith was the power source for his life’s work and his … more
To the Editor, On Thursday, Jan 11, 2024, at the International Court of Justice in the Netherlands, South African delegates presented their charge of Gazan genocide against Israel and the next … more
To the Editor, Some years ago, I think in the 1990's, I read an open letter which was published in the New York Times and written by the Central Rabbinical Congress Of The U.S.A. and Canada, … more
To the Editor, It has been very obvious from reading local papers over the last few weeks how much of a tussle Rhode Island Green Airport and the City of Warwick have found themselves in. … more
To the Editor, According to the General Laws of Rhode Island, the number one duty of a school committee is: “To identify educational needs in the community”. Based on the low … more
To the Editor, On Monday, January 8, 2024 I sent an email to Rhode Island Speaker of the House K. Joseph Shekarchi. My email was in reference to restoring meaningful cost-of-living adjustments … more
To the Editor, Martin Luther King Day is a national holiday to remember and honor Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his work for racial justice.  He was an ordained minister, as was his … more
To the Editor, The biblical Goliath apparently felt free to wreak havoc wherever he wished, simply because of his size. The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) and the Federal Aviation … more
To the Editor: Bob Grant has written a timely, but troubling, commentary on the status of the Warwick Public School System.(“School presentation a good start, yet so many questions”, … more
To the Editor, Do you ever park your car next to a space spewed with broken car window shards?  You can see that it's not a broken bottle but rather the remains of a car break-in. Whoa. Bad … more
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