June 17, 2010 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

Animal control odds against us

Hurray for us! We cut our town budget last night! We changed our full-time animal control officer to a part-time position. We are, after all, in difficult financial times and cutting the budget of government has become the national outcry. More...

Residents proud of Pemberton community

I would like to respond to a letter to the editor that ran in the June 10 issue. It held many complaints about the area of Arnold Avenue, and also about the sign at Pemberton Apartments. More...

Thanks to FTM volunteers

I would like to acknowledge all of the people who worked many long hard hours and had many meetings to make this year’s Town Financial Meeting run as smoothly and as fairly as possible – the Board of Canvassers, the staff at Town Hall, M More...

Shabby deal for ACO

I’m writing to commend the Town Council on their brilliant squeeze play last night. Of the 604 remaining people, how many were aware of the new figure offered to the ACO of $26,981.00? More...

Time to act on LNG is now

On behalf of the Jamestown LNG Working Group, I am writing to publicly thank the Town Council for giving us the valuable time during its May 17 meeting to present our findings and research with regard to the Hess Weaver’s Cove Energy LNG proje More...

Come and enjoy ‘paint Beavertail’event

On June 24, 25, 26 and 27 of June, a significant event is scheduled at Beavertail State Park and on the grounds of Beavertail Light Station. More...

Quick Q&A on the windmill project

Q. Why did Jamestown government stray from their mission of providing basic services to consider the windmill project? A. Good question. Q. Isn’t the $2 million return over 20 years a good deal? More...

Abuses continue on North Main Road lots

I read the letter regarding “Preserve the Neighborhood” in the June 10 issue of the Jamestown Press, and I understand just how the letter writer feels about certain properties and how they impact the quality of life, health and prope More...