Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:I read with interest the front page coverage Tuesday of the Department of Public Utilities hearing on the Eversource rate increase filing held at the Berkshire Athenaeum on Monday, April 10.Having attended the hearing, I found the … more
To the editor:Mike Ward's proposal to make the proposed Morningside Walmart something special comes as a refreshing way to recast a dreary acknowledgement that Pittsfield's economic future is looking grim.The idea of settling for a superstore in … more
To the editor:I am a 16-year-old sophomore at Pittsfield High School. I am heartbroken to learn that the Trump administration is proposing to eliminate funding for 21st Century Learning Centers, which provides after-school programs for 1.6 million … more
To the editor:I am a consistent reader and an occasional voter in The Eagle's daily "Two Cents Poll." I realize that it is not a scientifically constructed poll, nor does The Eagle claim it to be. Be that as it may, what fascinates me most is that … more
To the editor: I just observed/acted in the town Democratic caucus where local connection won over background/expertise. The position was on the Planning Board, and the nominee, Matt Carlson, is a locally born, recent new resident with a long, fine … more
To the editor:As part of our annual science fair at Brayton Elementary in North Adams, I like to invite high school students to participate in the judging. After contacting McCann Tech Principal Justin Kratz, he provided us with eight great students … more
To the editor:At Easter many people will impulsively buy a cute baby bunny that may appear in a pet store or through an advertiser or breeder. If bought for a child, unless the child is at least 8 years old and is very responsible, a toy stuffed … more
To the editor:Why is everyone so concerned about the aesthetics of the proposed Walmart Supercenter? Have you seen the old Kentucky Fried Chicken building? Waterstone is willing to build on a brownfield! Let them.In accordance with the almighty … more
Letters to the EditorWriters are limited to one letter per 30-day period. The Eagle reserves the right to edit all letters for length, style and content. Writers should confine letters to 400 words in length.All letters to the editor must include a … more
To the editor:The Elder Nutrition Program, more commonly known as Meals on Wheels, has been in the news a lot lately. Locally, this program is administered by Elder Services of Berkshire County and encompasses two components, home delivered meals … more
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