October 25, 2013 RSS feed / Letters

Read ballot question

To the editor:   The group that is led by our mayor is going around manipulating the truth about the referendum question on the ballot for the Waterfront Protection Ordinance. More...

Money overpowers message

To the editor:   The voters of South Portland are reeling from the onslaught of mailers, leaflets, robo calls, paid canvassers and an overwhelming volume of street signs filled with misinformation and scare tactics from high-priced lawyers and c More...

Details need to be corrected in article

To the editor:   This letter is in regard to the recent article in the Sentry entitled “SPCTV Moves Ahead” by Sean P. Milligan and is intended to clarify some of the information presented therein.  More...

Spending on facility wasteful

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Keep her clean, livable

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Vote for air, water, fish

To the editor:   I know everyone is very confused about the Waterfront Protection Ordinance and the big oil guys disguised as Portland Pipe Line Co.  More...

Don’t open ‘box’

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Reader changed mind

To the editor:   I flipped a of couple times on tar sands/ Waterfront Protection Ordinance.  More...

Two supported for council

To the editor:   We are writing to express our support for Maxine Beecher and Carol Thorne for South Portland City Council. More...

WPO needs to be defeated

To the editor:   I feel the need to respond to the “Another View Editorial” that was published Oct. More...

Candidate thinks for himself

To the editor:   I’m writing in support of Tom Blake’s candidacy for reelection to the South Portland City Council.  More...

Alabama’s issue could be city’s issue

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Fire union is misinformed

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Keep tar sands out

To the editor:   The prospect of an ordinance designed to keep tar sands out of Maine, being defeated is a terrifying one. It is not either an environmental issue or economic one, but a dire threat to both Maine’s economy and environment. More...

Big oil deceives

To the editor:   On Tuesday, Nov. 5, South Portland voters face a stark choice. If the Waterfront Protection Ordinance passes, the city’s waterfront will remain as it is. More...

Voter backs mayor

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Questions answered

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