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Letter: Not so scary

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

I’ve got to say I haven’t had as good of a laugh as I had today in a little while. I just finished reading Mr. Carville’s letter of Oct. 22. I’m still in stitches. Imagine people thinking that communists (read socialists, etc.) are bent on undoing our way of life. Who could possibly think that the commies only want to feed the poor, educate the underserved, and promote social justice?! … 0

Letter: Asking for your vote

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Over the course of this campaign, I have demonstrated my ability and commitment to the 1st Franklin District. From my announcement in March, signature gathering in every town, and then knocking on more than 6,500 doors, to the mail-pieces, radio ads, campaign website, fair booths, lawn signs, town recaps, and the debate at Frontier Regional, I have proven that I am the best … 0

Letter: Effective representation

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Whately has been in the news recently due to a dispute between the town and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). The Mill River has been eroding its bank in the vicinity of Whately’s wells and the town needs to take action to prevent the loss of its drinking water supply. The town, in close collaboration with the Conservation Commission, developed a … 0

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Letter: His record shines

Monday, October 27, 2014

I am writing to support Steve Kulik for re-election as state representative for the 1st Franklin District. His strong work ethic in the Legislature, accessibility to constituents, and 21 years of delivering for western Mass. residents should make it an easy decision for voters to keep him in … 0

Letter: Bring change to the 1st

Monday, October 27, 2014

The November 2014 mid-term elections offers voters in the 1st Franklin District a unique opportunity to elect individuals who will prioritize the current issues for Massachusetts voters, especially those issues that relate to the economy, education and taxes. It is for that reason that I am supporting Dylan … 0

Letter: Kulik delivers

Monday, October 27, 2014

In recent memory, only one western Mass. member of the House of Representatives has risen to the post of vice chairman of House Ways and Means: Steve Kulik. He has used that position to help small businesses, nonprofit organizations, farmers, cities and towns, and human services groups. Steve … 0

Letter: Fighting for us

Sunday, October 26, 2014

After nearly destroying our economy, I’m sure there are lots of folks on Wall Street who expected to go to jail — but didn’t. I’m sure there are many investment brokers who work hard and make a lot of money, but I’m not sure if we in our … 0

Letter: Kulik’s vital work

Sunday, October 26, 2014

There is, at last, real progress being made to bring high-speed Internet service to the people in unserved towns in western Massachusetts. A key reason for that progress is the work and advocacy over many years of State Rep. Steve Kulik. Efforts to solve this problem culminated in … 0

Letter: Make it Steve Kulik

Sunday, October 26, 2014

For the Massachusetts House of Representatives, I choose Steve Kulik for re-election in November. I feel Steve has mastered an understanding of the culture, needs and desires of a huge majority of us living in these hills and valleys we call home. I have come to know Steve … 0

Letter: Let’s elect Korpita

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Voters in the 1st Franklin District of Massachusetts have a unique opportunity to elect a talented, intelligent, energetic and experienced person in Dylan Korpita to represent us in Boston. Raised in Deerfield, Dylan has a deep appreciation and understanding for the people and the small rural towns which … 0

Letter: Orwell sums it up

Friday, October 24, 2014

Citizens of Greenfield, MA, USA: Congratulations on your new, 24/7 surveillance cameras overlooking the village square. You are well on your way to becoming a safe community. Thank goodness you had the foresight to build a constabulary far from the town center, lest all that expensive homeland security … 0

Letter: Fossil fuels divestment

Friday, October 24, 2014

Climate activist and eco-philosopher Joanna Macy counsels that it is imperative to celebrate any step we make in contributing to the well-being of our world. Certainly many steps were taken by the over 400,000 people, including many from the Greenfield area, who participated in the Peoples’ Climate March … 0

Letter: Ebola politics

Friday, October 24, 2014

Well. Today’s word (10/18) from the Associated Press is that the World Health Organization has decided it “bungled efforts to halt the spread of Ebola in West Africa.” Then they state “the agency’s own bureaucracy was part of the problem ... it pointed out that the heads of … 0