Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:Only the most vile, heartless and despicable human being would propose, via a federal "budget blueprint," that funding for the Meals on Wheels program be eliminated because "it has not been proven effective."I truly hope that all those … more
To the editor: Using the official 2010 Census numbers, there are 157 million women in the U.S. Using the most liberal estimate of the total number of women protesting Saturday (1.5 million) around the entire United States and, in fact raising that … more
To the editor:If we were starting a new city, we would probably appoint a planning board and give it the charge of doing whatever it takes to make our main street vibrant to attract residents and visitors to shop and dine in the new downtown area. … more
To the editor:In his Jan. 25 letter to the editor, it seems Jim Balfanz, perhaps picking up on the latest iteration of truth emanating from our new administration, has provided local readers with an example of "alternative math." Using his own … more
To the editor:First let me state my admiration for the magnificent display of support for the ideals that have come to characterize the best of American culture (Four Freedoms march and rally, Jan. 8.) What took me aback, however, was the front page … more
To the editor:I believe that the Pittsfield City Council dropped the ball by not opposing the installation of expensive parking kiosks. At $7,600 each for the 45 kiosks, this costs money that could have been used to help city residents with their … more
To the editor:It's been a while since I raised a Christmas prayer, so after I give belated thanks for all I have, I'll add a PS: Let there be method in Donald Trump's madness, and may he - and all of us - be ever mindful of the … more
To the editor:When I read in The Eagle that the Great Barrington select board decided to all but make the town a sanctuary city/town, I had a few questions for the board.When an illegal immigrant who lives … more
To the editor:We are writing to say thank you to the management and staff of the Colonial Theatre, as well as to the actors who performed so beautifully in the "sensory friendly" rendition of "A Christmas Carol" on the evening of Sunday, Dec. … more
To the editor: Regarding Crowne Plaza's auction, could it be made into senior living and/or condominiums? With walking access to area restaurants, parking, grocery store, movie house, library and museum, it certainly would be an attractive piece of … more
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