October 11, 2013 RSS feed / Letters

Planning board member urges a no vote Nov. 5

To the editor:   How South Portlanders want to govern themselves will be decided by the vote on the Waterfront Protection Ordinance in November.  More...

Resident has stake in city

To the editor:   I have no stake in the waterfront from a business standpoint, but I do have a stake in our fine city. I pay property taxes.  More...

Voter has changed mind

To the editor:   Please consider carefully as you decide on your position regarding the proposed Waterfront Protection Ordinance coming up on the November ballot.  I am a resident and local business owner and have great respect for and am p More...

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Let’s protect all by voting for ordinance

To the editor:   We who live in South Portland are all part of a moment in history when we can make a huge difference for the future, not only for our beautiful city, but for all of Maine – not to mention the whole northeast and frankly, t More...

Reader was inspired by child

To the editor:   One of the most powerful moments of my summer was attending a city meeting in South Portland that discussed the tar sands issue. More...

Retiree will vote for ordinance

To the editor:   I am a retired teacher, recently settled in South Portland, and I will vote for the Waterfront Protection Ordinance on Tuesday, Nov. 5.  More...