July 1, 2016 RSS feed / Letters

Opinions can be offered without being nasty

To the editor:   Last week’s paper had a mean-spirited letter to the editor disparaging the character of Jay Kilbourn, chairman of Kennebunk Light and Power. More...

Why the self-fulfilling prophecy of failure?

To the editor:   Judging from the tenor of a letter to the Post, “Plenty of Room at the Schools,” one would surmise that the acrimonious debates of recent years about school closings, building rehabilitation and construction, were st More...

Campaign was part of national effort

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A refresher course on dam removal

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Civil dialogue is encouraged

To the editor:   In a letter in the Post, (a response to my letter on the many reasons to keep the Mousam River we know and love intact), I was comforted by remembering Aristotle’s quote, “Criticism is something we can avoid easily b More...

Arundel voters send message, loud and clear

To the editor:   On June 14, an overwhelming majority of Arundel’s citizens, in the largest June voter turnout ever, decided by a 3-1 margin that withdrawal from RSU 21 is not in our town’s nor our children’s best interest.&nbs More...