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: 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: 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
To the editor: Thank you to Patricia LeBoeuf for highlighting the dementia training taking place throughout Massachusetts in The Eagle of Jan. 23.I am the chair of the Berkshire County Walk to End Alzheimer's committee. More importantly, I am the son … more
To the editor:Regarding your Feb. 4 editorial "Details needed on nursing home workers' pay hikes," we feel it's important to put the information in context to ensure that readers understand that the nursing home provider community expects to fulfill … more
To the editor:We are all well aware of how President Trump continuously attacked America's weaknesses during and after the time he won the election. He also claimed that he alone knows how to fix its problems and make America great again. Let me … more
To the editor: Adams and Cheshire are at a crossroads, to say the least. This crossroad is located at the school district. Nearly 50 years ago, the two communities came together to form one regional school district. That district has endured changes … more
To the editor:Letter writer Bill Arienti ("Solar fields take toll on environment," Feb. 10) is up in arms, protesting the supposed damage caused by solar installations. He states that "no one seems to care about the trees being cut and land being … more
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:First, congratulations on great improvements to the paper!I write with concern over the Pittsfield school budget staff reductions. I have the highest respect for Superintendent McCandless and am sure that the cuts are the least … more
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