December 16, 2010 RSS feed / Letters

Another Solution For Cluster Flies

Letters / Dec. 16, 2010 /

Over many years, I have found that the best (and cheapest) remedy for getting rid of cluster flies is to put clear plastic cups of water with a few drops of dish detergent on top of each lower window. Read More

Sidewalks Tough For Wheelchairs

Letters / Dec. 16, 2010 /

I would like to bring it to the attention of the town that there are places on the sidewalks of Randolph that are very difficult to maneuver in the winter when there is snow and you are in a wheelchair.  Today, as I was returning home Read More

Town Should Stay ‘Flowerific’

Letters / Dec. 16, 2010 /

What's this about a "Flower Fight" at the Randolph Selectboard meeting? I'm sorry I missed it! Fortunately I understand it was quite a cordial discussion. Read More

Storage Facility In Wrong Place To the members of the Randolph farmer’s market, and concerned citizens:

Letters / Dec. 16, 2010 /

It is my intention to inform you, if you don’t already know, that the Randolph Union High School intends to construct a storage facility that would measure 42’6” x 65’6” and stand more than 16’ tall at the Read More

Tax Breaks for All Is the ‘Fair’ Way

Letters / Dec. 16, 2010 /

The concept of a "fair" government in the U.S. has become warped. What it should mean is that the government does not hinder or offer advantage to any person or group; in other words, equal opportunity. Read More

Flowers Enjoyed

Letters / Dec. 16, 2010 / By Entire Town

First of all, thank you and kudos to the Randolph Garden Club for establishing the beautiful hanging baskets downtown, which so many of us have enjoyed and appreciated (and very generously supported) for so many years. Read More

Road Laws Need More Enforcement About the “30 means 30 mph” letter, in prior issue of The Herald:

Letters / Dec. 16, 2010 /

There seems to be a major disregard among young people (and some older ones) that “they” don’t have to obey laws and/or common sense about their fellow citizens. Read More

Tax Compromise:

Letters / Dec. 16, 2010 /

Why the Uproar?  It is not surprising that President Obama agreed to a deal with the Republicans that extended unemployment benefits for two million Americans, provided a 2% payroll tax decrease for the next year, an extension of t Read More

Ainsworth Doth Protest Too Much I am writing to express my disappointment over David Ainsworth’s decision to ask the legislature to review the legality of the election results of

Letters / Dec. 16, 2010 /

After a recount and a Superior Court judge’s ruling over a questionable absentee ballot, Sarah Buxton was, indeed, confirmed the winner of that race. Mr. Read More