LETTERS: 10.20.16

A Call For Republicans To Take A Public Stand On Trump Editor: As you know, this November voters in Vermont will have a variety of choices on the ballots they cast, from president down to more local races like state representative and justice of the peace. Unfortunately this year we have a candidate at the […]

LETTERS: 10.6.16

Enjoyed The Bridge’s Food Issue Editor: Thank you for your latest food issue. We enjoyed the article on the Woodbury Community Store. The day we read the article was beautiful and sunny. A good time for a ride to check it out. When we got to the store, my husband’s first words were, “They have […]

LETTERS: 9.15.16

Thank You For Participating  In Movie Event Editor: A big thank you to everyone who attended the Movie on the State House Lawn: “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” We were so pleased with the turn out and hope everyone had a wonderful night! Thanks to Ben and Jerry’s for the ice cream, and to Montpelier […]

LETTERS: 9.1.16

LETTERS: 9.1.16

Save The Ridgelines: Support Phil Scott Editor: Phil Scott believes renewable energy is critical to our future and the future of our planet. But Vermont’s current energy policies are doing damage to our environment and to our economy. Today we are destroying Vermont’s ridgelines and landscape by building helter skelter industrial wind projects so that […]

LETTER: We Love ‘em to Death

Editor: Today’s 10 highest grossing box office releases are about animals,including: “Finding Dory,” “The Jungle Book,” “Zootopia,” “The SecretLife of Pets” and “Kung Fu Panda.” Nearly half of our households include a dog and nearly 40 percent have a cat. Two thirds of us view them as family members and cherish them accordingly. We love […]

LETTERS: 8.4.16

Letter to Dot Helling To Dot Helling: I was reading your article in The Bridge regarding Toy Town which was originally owned by Marina (my father’s sister) and her husband Joe Angulo. I remember as a little girl visiting Toy Town with my family and was always intrigued by the miniature Capitol building which they […]

LETTERS: 7.21.16

Concerned About Blanchard Park Editor: Have you been to ‘Danger Park’ in Montpelier? A place where dealers who sell drugs, cigarettes and alcoholic beverages lurk. A playground located on top of the woods, where no one can observe or hear what is going on. The unattended children are perfect prey for pedophiles. Children frequently use […]

LETTERS: 6.16.16

Regarding A Bear in Hubbard Park: Take Down Your Bird Feeders Editor: I just called Ben Kilham in New Hampshire and we spoke at length. To me it was like speaking with a god. The Bear God. First: if he’s here in Montpelier, he is NOT the offspring of one of Ben’s relocated bears. However, he […]

LETTER: Train Young Writers. Join Me in backing “The Breeze”

LETTER: Train Young Writers. Join Me in backing “The Breeze”

To the editor: There is nothing so gratifying as seeing your name in the newspaper. Like many “wise sayings” this statement is not universally true. For example, the young people of Washington County are not eager to see their names in the all-too-common accounts of accidents, arrests, and sentencing. Neither of course are the adults […]

LETTERS: 6.2.16

Cemetery Lot Prices To Increase Editor: Montpelier’s largest cemetery, the Green Mount Cemetery on Lower State Street, has cemetery lots — both full burial lots and cremation lots — on beautiful sites for sale. Prices for these lots will be going up in August, so if you or someone you know is potentially interested in […]