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Letter to editor: Shrewsbury bag ban is anti-business

The Shrewsbury town meeting members who voted with glee for Article 13 to ban traditional plastic bags should be ashamed they were led like lemmings to impose one of the worst anti-business by-laws in the history of the town by progressives with a personal agenda. Next they will seek to ban all plastic bags, plastic water and juice bottles, and once they make the town The People's Republic of Shrewsbury, like Cambridge and Concord, they'll likely push for Sanctuary Status.

Letter to the editor: The Career Politician

To the Editor: Could there ever be a better time to take up the banner of term limits in Washington, D.C.? Our system of government was...

DePalo for Shrewsbury BOS

To the Editor: Moe has been an integral part of the tremendous growth in our town since his first year as selectman. Mr. DePalo knows...

Letter to the editor: Musical/dancing fountains at Dean Park open for season

To the Editor: The Donahue family wish to express their deep appreciation to Tom Falzoi who has done the choreography, selected the music and spends...

Reelect Moe DePalo for Shrewsbury BOS

To the Editor: I write in support of the reelection of Moe DePalo to the Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen.  I have known Mr. DePalo as...

City council should vote “no” on funding Ward Park construction

To the Editor: In Marlborough's "Open Space and Recreation Plan" Ward Park is listed as a protected parcel. The plan tells that the reason land...

Letter to the editor: Kane: ready to lead from day one

To The Editor: I am supporting Hannah Kane in her in her quest to become state representative from Worcester's 11th District. Hannah is the best...

Letter to the Editor – Vote “No” on Shrewsbury library expansion

To the Editor: There is a huge library being promoted in Shrewsbury. It is known that paper books are being replaced by digital books and...

Letter to Editor: Don's allow changes to cell tower bylaw

To the Editor: On Monday, April 22 at the Northborough Annual Town Meeting, we will have the chance to vote on a very important article.?...

Shrewsbury library vote is for debt exclusion, not override

To the Editor: The appearance of "Vote No on Proposition 2 ? Override" and similar signs throughout Shrewsbury are based either on a misunderstanding of Massachusetts Tax Law at best or disingenuousness at the worst. The signs are intended to refer to, and defeat, a Library Renovation Debt Exclusion question that will come before Shrewsbury voters on November 5th should a Special Town Meeting approve it on October 21st.