January 10, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Gaming us?

To the editor: After reading in the Jan. 2 edition that Kestrel Aircraft Co. is negotiating with development officials in Wisconsin, steam is still coming out of my ears. More...

Exaggerated view

To the editor:  In her Jan. More...

Humane services

To the editor: I am permanently disabled because of multiple sclerosis. More...

Job creation myth

To the editor: I would like to point out that when politicians talk about protecting the job creators ( meaning businesses), they are also talking about job destroyers. More...

Out of whack

To the editor:  State Rep. Seth Berry and the rest of the Democrats are looking at the welfare mess they created in Maine through rose-colored glasses and trying to put a positive spin onit.  More...

Fickle GOP?

To the editor:  Many people have observed that in this go- around, the Republican Party demonstrated a fickle side of its character. More...

Bullied by NNEPRA

To the editor: When I received notice that a 60,000- square- foot train garage would be built 25 yards from our backyards, I had no doubt that Brunswick would never allow it. More...

Keep Armory board

To the editor:  I commend Bath City Councilor Kyle Rogers for introducing the order at the last council meeting to have a board of directors manage the Bath Armory building. More...

Target war, not poor

To the editor:  I spent most of Dec. 14 in Augusta listening to public testimony on Gov. Paul LePage’s proposal for cutting Health and Human Services funding. The speakers made some very strong points:  More...

A great comfort

To the editor:  I was in a car accident on the morning of Dec. 17 on Route 1 in Woolwich. More...

Our loss

To the editor: I believe the expression goes that things come in threes. For our sake, I hope it stops there, as we have lost three remarkable men in the Mid-coast area in the past few weeks. More...

Victory for consumers

To the editor:  Kudos to President Obama for standing up for consumers last week and making a recess appointment of Richard Cordray to head the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  More...

Meter concerns

To the editor: I am writing because of the huge amount of confusion about Central Maine Power’s push to put so-called “Smart Meters” on our homes. More...

Help with project

To the editor: Each member of our fifth grade class is working on a project called the “Parade of States.” We are responsible for gathering as much information as we can from a number of sources. More...

Please return coat

To the editor:  Whoever you are, please return my coat to Daigle Funeral Home and get your own coat.  I could not believe it on Friday, Dec. 16, when I got ready to go to the cemetery for the committal service that my coat was gone.  More...

A profitable hoax?

To the editor:  Is global warming a hoax? Does it help drive the price up and increase big oil profits?  The thought came to me the other day. Fuel efficiency almost tripled since the 1970s, but what has the price done? More...

Approves of ban

To the editor: I’m so glad that the Brunswick Town Council voted to ban the sale and personal use of fireworks in town. Fireworks are dangerous in the wrong hands. More...

We are to blame

To the editor:  In an article you recently ran concerning hearings on proposed Maine Department of Health and Human Services reductions, a speaker noted that a society is judged on how it cares for its poor.  I disagree. More...

Thanks to a quality town

To the editor:  There are times when the word “final” can be associated with “reflection,” and seldom does someone thank a voting public after an election loss.  More...

War is not over

To the editor:  I was taken aback with The Times Record’s choice of “War is over” as the headline for the Dec. More...